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    Elizabethtown senior forward Chris McDonald hit a layup as time expired and five players reached double figures in scoring as the visiting Panthers knocked off Daviess County, 86-85 on Saturday.

    Senior post Mitchell Henry led the way with 24 points and 12 rebounds, while McDonald had 19 points, three rebounds and two assists.

    Senior guard Cory Farrow added 16 points, three rebounds and one steal, and junior forward Janzen Flood had 15 points and one assist.

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    Jauan Akins showed that you can go home again. And he had a swell time doing it Saturday.

    Akins, a North Hardin junior forward who played two seasons for Fort Knox, tormented his former program for a season-high 25 points and senior forward Chris Sterusky added 23 points as the visiting Trojans cruised to an 86-61 win over the Eagles.

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    Matt Nichols is a firm believer that the best things in life – OK, high school hoops – are indeed, free.

    The Central Hardin senior guard scored 11 of his game-high 25 points from the foul line in the final 8 minutes Friday and junior forward Andrew Kinney buried a game-best four 3-pointers, as the host Bruins held off the visiting Elizabethtown Panthers, 58-52, in a critical and slow-moving 17th District contest.

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    The LaRue County Hawks are considered the team to beat yet again in Region 2, but coach Gary Canter readily admits there are still things his team can improve on.

    There wasn’t much fault to be found Friday and Saturday, however.

    With very few miscues, the Hawks went 4-0 in the Region 2 Duals at John Hardin to lock up the region’s top seed for the upcoming Kentucky Wrestling Coaches’ Association State Duals.

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    The LaRue County Lady Hawks appeared to be on their way to an easy victory Friday night, but the Green County Lady Dragons had other plans.

    The homestanding Lady Hawks led most of the third quarter by double digits, but Green County made it interesting before LaRue County pulled out a 47-40 victory to remain in the hunt for the No. 1 seed in the 18th District.

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    Central Hardin senior guard Matt Nichols scored 11 of his game-high 25 points from the foul line in the final 8 minutes Friday and junior forward Andrew Kinney hit a game-best four 3-pointers to finish with 16 points as the host Bruins held off the visiting Elizabethtown Panthers, 58-52 in a critical 17th District game.

    Nichols also had a team-high eight rebounds as the Bruins (5-6, 1-3) ended a three-game losing streak.

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    John Hardin went on a third-quarter defensive blitz.

    The Bulldogs ratcheted up their backcourt press and man-to-man defense up a notch.

    They stuck to their gameplan and wore the Meade County Green Wave out Friday night.

    Leading by just one point at halftime, John Hardin outscored Meade County by 20 points in the third quarter as the Bulldogs rolled to a 67-41 win.

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    LaRue County assistant coach Simon Ford kept telling head coach Paul Childress the Hawks were going to turn it on Friday night, but Childress was beginning to have his doubts.

    But true to Ford’s words, LaRue County erupted in the fourth quarter with 21 points to knock off the visiting Green County Dragons, 59-44 and remain undefeated in 18th District play.

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    John Hardin is off to its best start in school history.

    And the Bulldogs (11-0) are one of only four undefeated teams left in the state.

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    John Hardin rebounded from a disheartening 17th District loss in a dynamic way.

    Disappointed after their 17-point loss to rival North Hardin on Wednesday night, the Lady Bulldogs came back with a hard-nosed defensive effort and rolled to a Thursday evening home blowout win.

    John Hardin forced the visiting Fort Knox Lady Eagles into 39 total turnovers, including 11 in the opening quarter, en route to a 74-22 victory.