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  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs not...

    The John Hardin Bulldogs realize what’s at stake tonight when they play the North Hardin Trojans. If they are going to achieve their ultimate goal, the Bulldogs understand they can’t take the Trojans lightly.

    Sure, it’s the same team John Hardin destroyed in the regular season Oct. 14. The Bulldogs jumped out to a quick 21-0 lead in the first 13 minutes and built a 37-7 halftime margin. That game means little to the Bulldogs now.

  • PREP FOOTBALL OPINION: Could...

    Some rivalries are built over time, while others are born. John Hardin versus North Hardin falls into the second category.

    As soon as John Hardin opened its doors in 2001, the Radcliff rivalry was born. The schools are separated by less than 8 miles. It only takes 12 minutes to get from one to the other. These two schools were destined to be rivals.

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY: John Hardin...

    When Katie Lever’s high school cross country career began at Fort Knox in 2008, she had no idea just how far the journey would take her.

    In her first race, Lever placed 176th in the Rumble in the Jungle in Goshen – taking more than 27 minutes to finish. At the time, Lever didn’t care for running. She was only doing it to stay in shape for softball season.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs'...

    The John Hardin defense is getting back to full strength at the perfect time of the season.

    After linebackers Mark Thompson and Wade Holtsclaw missed more than half the season, both are back now and making an impact. Sophomore cornerback Patrick Anderson is close to returning. It’s exactly the boost the Bulldogs need right now.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: So much for the...

    There’s no road less traveled for Mathew Brownell.

    The North Hardin senior running back’s high school journey has taken him across so many paths and different walks of life. It’s an ironic twist on the famous line of a Robert Frost poem.

  • PRO BASKETBALL: Stallworth...

    Maze Stallworth was pleased to get into collegiate basketball coaching at a young age, but that thrill wasn’t enough to subdue the urge of being back on the court.

    After spending a season as a graduate assistant at alma mater Morehead State, the former John Hardin High School standout sharpshooter left the Eagles’ bench to sign a free-agent contract last month with the NBA Development League.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Despite success,...

    The John Hardin Bulldogs started the season with an offensive explosion. They piled up 558 yards of offense as they rolled to a 56-6 victory over Lexington Henry Clay in Don Franklin Bowl at Lindsey Wilson College.

    John Hardin backed up that performance with a 484-yard outburst against Lexington Catholic in a 47-37 shootout win in the Republic Bank Bluegrass Bowl.

  • PREP GOLF: North sweeps Player...

    North Hardin junior Lydia Gumm has some more accolades coming her way.

    Gumm, the four-time Miss Golf, was named the Kentucky Golf Coaches’ Association Girls’ 3rd Region Player of the Year.

    “That’s a big honor,” Gumm said Tuesday afternoon. “To be named the Region Player of the Year is a great feeling. We’ve got some great players in this region.”

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Line has paved...

    North Hardin’s newest – and youngest – offensive line member has had no trouble fitting in among his elder peers.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Doing it...

    Up until this season, North Hardin senior linebacker Antonio Simmons had always gone up against offensive opponents from way outside.

    But with the Trojans switching from a 4-4 defense to a 3-5 earlier this year, he had to lay off his edge a little bit.