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  • PREP FOOTBALL: Catch Us If You...

    Gone are the days of Woody Hayes’ famed 3 yards and a cloud of dust. Gone are the days of seeing college powers such as Oklahoma and Texas running the wishbone. Teams lining up in the I-formation or the Veer seem to be on the way out as well.

    The Wing-T offense might be headed down that same path, but it’s not going out of style at John Hardin, which has used the offense since the program began. The Bulldogs spice it up with their mind-blowing moves, breath-taking cuts and awe-inspiring runs.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs take to...

    cjones@thenewsenterprise.com

    In the first two rounds of the Class 5-A playoffs, the John Hardin Bulldogs haven’t had to leave the friendly confines of Bulldog Stadium.

    But that changes this Friday as the Bulldogs travel to play the Anderson County Bearcats at Hollie Warford Jr. Stadium in Lawrenceburg. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs take to...

    cjones@thenewsenterprise.com

    In the first two rounds of the Class 5-A playoffs, the John Hardin Bulldogs haven’t had to leave the friendly confines of Bulldog Stadium.

    But that changes this Friday as the Bulldogs travel to play the Anderson County Bearcats at Hollie Warford Jr. Stadium in Lawrenceburg. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.

  • PREP BASEBALL: John Hardin'...

     

    When Cody Creamer stepped on the mound to pitch this summer, he could often look in the crowd and spot a coach from Eastern Kentucky University in attendance.

    It showed Creamer the Colonels’ coaching staff was interested in him and he rewarded them Friday in the John Hardin High School library by signing a national letter of intent to continue his baseball career with the Colonels.

  • PREP BASEBALL: John Hardin'...

     

    When Cody Creamer stepped on the mound to pitch this summer, he could often look in the crowd and spot a coach from Eastern Kentucky University in attendance.

    It showed Creamer the Colonels’ coaching staff was interested in him and he rewarded them Friday in the John Hardin High School library by signing a national letter of intent to continue his baseball career with the Colonels.

  • BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY:...

     

    By JOSH CLAYWELL

    jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com

    LEXINGTON — The rafters in Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium are about to get a little more crowded.

    Freshman Hannah Godfrey and sophomore Lexy Hazle each finished in the top 15 Saturday to lead the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers to a Class 2-A runner-up finish during the KHSAA Cross Country State Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park.

  • GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY: E...

    jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com

    LEXINGTON — The rafters in Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium are about to get a little more crowded.

    Freshman Hannah Godfrey and sophomore Lexy Hazle each finished in the top 15 Saturday to lead the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers to a Class 2-A runner-up finish during the KHSAA Cross Country State Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Monroe County...

    By JAMES BROWN
    Glasgow Daily Times
    TOMPKINSVILLE — Monroe County’s bend-but-don’t-let-them-score defense was solid enough Friday night to propel the Falcons to a 35-17 win over the Fort Knox Eagles in the second round of the Class 2-A playoffs.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: E'town falls...

    nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com

    GOSHEN The Elizabethtown Panthers found a way to play themselves back into the game after falling behind early by two touchdowns on the road Friday night.

    Then they played themselves right back out of it.

    Elizabethtown led with less than 10 minutes remaining, but four turnovers and five unsportsmanlike conduct penalties in the fourth quarter alone doomed the Panthers in a 35-20 come-from-ahead loss to the host North Oldham Mustangs in the second round of the Class 3-A playoffs.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: E'town falls...

    nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com

    GOSHEN The Elizabethtown Panthers found a way to play themselves back into the game after falling behind early by two touchdowns on the road Friday night.

    Then they played themselves right back out of it.

    Elizabethtown led with less than 10 minutes remaining, but four turnovers and five unsportsmanlike conduct penalties in the fourth quarter alone doomed the Panthers in a 35-20 come-from-ahead loss to the host North Oldham Mustangs in the second round of the Class 3-A playoffs.