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  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: John...

    The John Hardin Lady Bulldogs went 4-2 and finished runner-up in Saturday’s Marion County Invitational.

    John Hardin went 3-1 in pool play, defeating Bardstown (21-25, 25-16, 15-9), Thomas Nelson (25-20, 25-14) and Corbin (25-13, 25-27, 15-10) and losing to Marion County (25-17, 25-18) to earn the tournament’s No. 2 seed.

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER: John...

    After a slew of lackluster offensive performances the last five games, the formerly ranked North Hardin Trojans decided a change was in order heading into Saturday night’s road showdown with the John Hardin Bulldogs.

    North Hardin shifted senior Kage Rhodes to attacker and flanked him with fellow seniors Stevie Packer and Devin Sowells on the wings.

    With the Trojans finally rocking and rolling offensively again, Packer packed one heck of an emphatic punch.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: John...

    The John Hardin Bulldogs had a lackluster first half, but one play turned it around and it changed the complexion of the game.

    On the final play of the first half, junior quarterback Patrick Anderson threw a 40-yard Hail Mary pass to senior Dorian Collins to turn a deficit into a 14-10 halftime lead and the Bulldogs rolled from there to a 28-10 victory over the Meade County Green Wave on Friday night at Hamilton Field.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: Central...

    Led by its sophomore trio, the young Central Hardin Bruins grew up quickly Friday night on the road against cross-town rival Elizabethtown.

    Running back Christian Sylvester had three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving), running back Chase Hicks ran for two TDs and quarterback Koree Krupinski ran for a TD and threw for another – in all of 42 seconds – as the Bruins pulled away from the Panthers, 51-20.

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  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: North...

    North Hardin’s defense cemented coach Brent Thompson’s first win.

    That’s just what he wanted all along.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: LaRue...

    Josh Jaggers was an emotional wreck.

    In a 10-second span, he went from a feeling of dread to sheer euphoria Friday night.

    The visiting Spencer County Bears attempted a short field goal attempt with less than 30 seconds remaining. But senior kicker Tyler Fleig missed wide left from 35 yards and LaRue County ran out the clock in a 14-12 win in Jaggers’ home debut.

    As the Bears (1-2) lined up, the Hawks (2-1) couldn’t help but think about last season when Spencer County beat them, 21-20.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER:...

    There has been a change in command for the ninth-ranked Elizabethtown High School girls’ soccer program.

    Jerry Crabtree stepped down Friday morning as coach after handing principal Steve Smallwood a letter of resignation. First-year assistant Pat Black, a former Elizabethtown boys’ head coach, was promoted to interim coach later in the morning after a meeting with athletic director Doug Barnes.

    Both Smallwood and Barnes confirmed the personnel changes during an interview with The News-Enterprise after school Friday.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: LaRue County...

    LaRue County has already gotten over last week’s 28-0 road loss to the Shelby County Rockets. Yet last year’s 21-20 road loss to the Spencer County Bears is still a sore spot for the Hawks.

    Last year, the Hawks outgained the Bears in yards, 260-230, and blew a couple of leads to allow the Bears to end a 19-game losing streak dating to 2009. The win was the first for Spencer County coach Mike Marksbury, a former Fort Knox assistant.