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    Senior forward Chanel Roberts recorded a double-double as the North Hardin Lady Trojans knocked off visiting 5th Region foe Nelson County, 69-58 on Monday.

    Roberts had 25 points and 13 rebounds for the Lady Trojans (16-4), who won their second straight.

    Freshman guard Tamiah Stanford added 14 points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals, while junior guard Kiera Jones had 11 points and three steals.

    Senior forward Brianna Edmunds scored nine points, while junior forward Morgan Barrick chipped in with seven points and five rebounds.


    Natalie Miller is Elizabethtown’s anchor.

    Emotionally and literally.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Holtsclaw runs to...

    All Wade Holtsclaw wanted was one more carry.

    After recording just one rushing attempt in the first half of Saturday’s National Guard Border Bowl, the frustrated John Hardin senior made a plea to the Kentucky All-Stars coaching staff during halftime.

    “I told the coaches if they just put me in one more time, I could show them,” Holtsclaw said. “I told the coaches at half if they’d give me an opportunity in the second half, I could show them what I could do and they did. The first series I started heating up.”


    A new year brought the Elizabethtown Community & Technical College Barons men’s basketball team a pair of accolades – their first overall winning streak and their first home-court winning streak.

    After beating Asbury University’s junior varsity in their previous game Dec. 14, the Barons completed a sweep of the Eagles with a 77-62 win Saturday night at T.K. Stone Middle School.





    ELIZABETHTOWN Results from Thursday’s duals at Dix-E-Town Lanes:

    Team Scores

    North Hardin 2,208, Central Hardin 2,187

    Individual Scores

    Player, School                  Game 1  Game 2   Total


    Four players scored in double figures as the North Hardin Trojans rolled to a 70-55 win over 5th Region rival Taylor County on Saturday.

    Sophomore guard Tyronn King had 20 points and five assists, while senior guard Ruben Gosa chipped in with 15 points, five assists and two steals.

    Junior guard Khalil Rasheed added 15 points and eight rebounds and senior guard Scotty Sterusky scored 12 for the Trojans (13-6), who led 29-14 after the first quarter.

    Senior forward Tyler Landry had eight points and six rebounds.


    The North Hardin Lady Trojans built a double-digit lead, watched it turn into an eight-point deficit and then rallied to knock off Louisville Eastern on Saturday.

    North Hardin trailed by eight with just over 3 minutes remaining, but came back to top Eastern, 54-51 in the Shoot for the Cure at Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park.

    Senior forward Chanel Roberts led the Lady Trojans (15-4) with 26 points, 12 rebounds and two steals, while junior guard Domeneque Taft added 11 points and four assists.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Central, LaRue,...

    Central Hardin, LaRue County and Meade County are heading to the KWCA State Duals.

    All three teams qualified Saturday for the prestigious event this month in Louisville.

    Meade County went 3-0, topping Central Hardin, 44-22 in the final during the Section 1 (large school) Duals at Graves County. The Green Wave also beat Daviess County, 72-9 and Graves County, 78-6.


    The LaRue County Hawks nearly experienced déjà vu Friday night at home against 18th District rival Hart County.

    After getting out to a huge lead and holding on for a four-point road victory in December against the Raiders, the Hawks had it happen again. This time, they watched a pair of 17-point leads whittle down to four before emerging with a 46-38 win.

    “Can’t you just put ‘Hawks win’ and go on?” sighed veteran LaRue County coach Paul Childress. “Do you really have to write anything about this one?”


    With one half of the LaRue County Lady Hawks’ dynamic duo sidelined with an injury, the tandem’s other half took over at point guard and took over the game Friday night against visiting 18th District rival Hart County.

    Junior Ivy Brown had game highs in points (33), rebounds (eight), steals (six), assists (four) and blocks (two), matching LaRue County senior center Alisha Durbin as the Alexis Brewer-less Lady Hawks rolled past the Lady Raiders, 66-25.