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    Sophomore forward Chanel Roberts scored 23 points, junior guard Brianna Woodson added 21 and the homestanding North Hardin Lady Trojans rallied from 15 points down to beat 5th Region rival Green County on Saturday, 59-53.

    Trailing by 15 in the third quarter, the Lady Trojans (2-3) outscored Green County by 15 in the fourth quarter to pick up their second win in as many days.

    Woodson scored all of her 21 points in the fourth quarter, while freshman guard Domoneque Taft added 12.


    MUNFORDVILLE — According to the at&t SmartPhone commercial, a little girl uses the phone’s internet capabilities to learn that the monster in her closet isn’t real.

    Unfortunately for the LaRue County Lady Hawks, their Munfordville monster that is the Hart County gym is alive and well.

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    LOUISVILLE Results from Saturday’s King of the Bluegrass tournament at Fairdale High School:

    1. LaRue County (280)

    103: 3. Kyle Edlin                                     4-1


    MUNFORDVILLE — Being young and rather inexperienced, the LaRue County Hawks are bound to have their ups and downs.
    Friday was such a night with plenty of downs before an up ending.
    The visiting Hawks opened 18th District play with a 52-47 win over the Hart County Raiders, but it was a victory that came far more difficult than it should have been.


    The Elizabethtown Panthers figured to have an edge in the paint against the Central Hardin Bruins, but it took them awhile to take advantage of it Friday night.
    When they did, though, the Bruins didn’t have an answer for it as the Panthers pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 60-52 victory in the 17th District opener for both teams at Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasi-um.

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    Elizabethtown senior tight end Mitchell Henry is carrying on a family tradition.
    Henry’s grandfather and parents all have ties to Western Kentucky University and soon Henry will as well as he gave a verbal commitment to the Hilltoppers on Friday prior to the Panthers’ basketball game. Players can’t sign until Feb. 2, national signing day.

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    fter toiling in the minor leagues for the last four years, Nathan Adcock has found himself on the fast track to the big show.
    Adcock, the former North Hardin standout pitcher who guided the Trojans to the 5th Region title as a senior in 2006, was selected fifth overall Thursday in the Rule 5 Draft by the Kansas City Royals during the Major League Baseball Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.


    John Hardin went 2-0 over the weekend, picking up a 69-67 win over 5th Region rival Bardstown on Friday and a 76-54 victory over Paducah Lone Oak in the Army Bulldog Classic on Saturday.

    Senior guard Malcolm Foster hit four 3-pointers and finished with 21 points to lead John Hardin (3-0) past Lone Oak.

    Sophomore guard Brandon Price scored 20 points, while junior guard Jeremy Harness had eight and freshman forward Khalil Rasheed had seven.

    John Hardin, which scored 31 points in the third quarter to blow the game open, made 20-of-36 foul shots.


    Central Hardin and Elizabethtown are as different as night and day.

    The Bruins are 3-0. They rely heavily on their perimeter players as they don’t have a dominant inside presence. The Bruins have experience.

    The Panthers are 1-3 after opening the season with a victory over Adair County. They have one of the premier post players in the 5th Region in Mitchell Henry, who is the only Panther with much varsity experience.


    High school basketball one-day events are popular throughout the nation and Hardin County will host two such classics as they’re called Saturday.

    North Hardin will hold the Cameron Irvin Classic, honoring the late Trojan who died in August of last year in an accident. The event is the perfect way to pay tribute to Irvin, according to North Hardin coach Ron Bevars.