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    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com CECILIA — Junior guard Ashley Hughes made her return for Central Hardin, while freshman forward Aecha Helm might have arrived for the Lady Bruins. The two reserves combined for 13 points and 18 rebounds as the Lady Bruins pulled away from John Hardin, 53-39 in a 17th District game Thursday night on Buckles Court

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    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — North Hardin coach James Slaven has gone back and watched the tape of the first meeting against the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers.

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    WRESTLING PREP WEDNESDAY’S EVENTS NORTH HARDIN TRI-MATCH RADCLIFF — Results from Wednesday's match at North Hardin High School: TEAM RESULTS Meade County (2-0) Def. John Hardin B, 73-0 Def. North Hardin, 47-26 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 103: Chris Aberathy                   &nbs

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    By NATHANIEL BRYAN

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    ELIZABETHTOWN — Some high school senior basketball players feel a sense of entitlement simply because of the time they’ve put in with a program.

    Veteran Elizabeth-town Lady Panthers coach Tim Mudd is glad Chelsea Kauffeld is not one of those players.

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    BARDSTOWN — The Kentucky Wolverines, an eighth-year men’s amateur minor-league summer/fall football team based in Hardin County, will have a team meeting for all interested players and coaches at 1 p.m. Saturday at B.J.’s Bar & Grill (201 Camptown Road) in Bardstown.

    The Wolverines’ acting head coach is former Wolverine and minor-league football veteran Greg Nolan, who is actually a former rival as Nolan played defense for the Evansville (Ind.) Vipers during the Wolverines’ inaugural season in 2003.

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    By CHUCK JONES The midway point of the prep basketball season is here, so how has your team fared? I’ll go through each 17th District team and give a midseason grade based on its record and the schedule each has played. Let’s start on the girls’ side. ELIZABETHTOWN (14-2 overall, 4-0 in district). The Lady Panthers have been better than I thought heading into the s

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    The News-Enterprise ELIZABETHTOWN — Junior guard Natalie Greenwell and sophomore guard Tara Gilpin combined to hit 6-of-8 3-pointers to lead the homestanding Elizabethtown Lady Panthers to a 63-31 win over 5th Region rival Adair County on Wednesday. Greenwell led Elizabethtown (14-2) with 11 points and four assists, while Gilpin chipped in with 10 points and nine rebounds. Jun

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    By GREG CREWS

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    BRANDENBURG — Chea-ney Schwartz may not be the most fundamentally sound player on the court, but he has always had a knack for scoring.

    “He’s always been a good scorer. I wouldn’t call him a shooter, but he’s a good scorer,” Meade County coach Jerry Garris said of his sophomore forward. “He can make three or four wrong cuts and still find a way to put the ball in.”

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    The News-Enterprise Sophomore wing Mary Beth Russell scored 15 points, and freshman guard Renee Stateman just missed a triple-double to lead the homestanding North Hardin Christian Lady Falcons to a 42-16 win over Oak Ridge Christian on Thursday. Stateman chipped in with 10 points, nine rebounds and nine steals for the unbeaten Lady Falcons (7-0), while junior guard