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    In the first half Wednesday night, the John Hardin Lady Bulldogs had no shot – figuratively and quite literally – of once again shocking the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers.

    Once John Hardin finally got a ball in the vicinity of Elizabethtown’s goal, Tara Gilpin, Lexy Hazle and the rest of the third-ranked Lady Panthers had already pulled away.

    Gilpin scored three times in the final 47 minutes, Hazle was involved in three goals as well and the visiting Lady Panthers cruised to a 7-0 win over their 10th District rival.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Trojans need to...

    North Hardin linebacker Antonio Jackson is a little miffed.

    Two games into the season and the Trojans’ first two opponents have put up more than 60 combined points.


    The visiting Elizabethtown Lady Panthers snapped Meade County’s seven-match winning streak with an 18-25, 25-17, 25-18 win Tuesday night.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Knox ready for...

    Neither the Fort Knox Eagles nor the Fort Campbell Falcons are where they envisioned being after three games.

    Both teams are 1-2 and struggling to get their programs heading in the right direction.

    Fort Knox is coming off a 42-34 loss to Butler County – its second straight following a season-opening victory over longtime foe Elizabethtown – while Fort Campbell is fresh off a 49-0 setback to Warren Central.

  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Meade boys...

    Meade County junior Chase Long scored off an assist from junior Austin Lancaster with 4 minutes left to lift the visiting Meade County Green Wave to a 2-1 win over Corydon (Ind.) Central on Tuesday.

    Lancaster scored an unassisted goal in the first half for the Green Wave (7-1-1), who won their sixth straight.

    Junior keeper Alex Fackler made three saves in the first half, while senior Alex Poe made two in the second.

    UP NEXT: Meade County plays Kentucky Country Day at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Nelson County Invitational.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Central Hardin...

    Looks like Central Hardin’s volleyball team has found its groove.

    The host Lady Bruins served up a flurry of aces, and a 17th District beat down, Tuesday night.

  • MLB: Mariners call up former...

    Stevie Delabar was planning on leaving Tacoma, Wash., today and flying in to Louisville so he could arrive home in Hardin County tonight.

    Since he’s no longer coming home, his family is coming to see him.

    Delabar, a 28-year-old former Central Hardin High School star pitcher playing for the Tacoma Rainiers – the Seattle Mariners’ Triple-A affiliate – was called into his manager’s office Monday night and informed the Mariners wanted him to pitch in the big leagues.

  • MLB: Royals' Adcock to...

    Unless they make the American League playoffs, the Major League Baseball season ends Sept. 28  for the Kansas City Royals.

    That won’t be the last date this year Nate Adcock takes the mound.

    The rookie pitcher from North Hardin High School is 1-of-6 Royals prospects who will play for the Surprise Saguaros of the six-team Arizona Fall League.

  • FOOTBALL: Thurman hosting...

    Mixing basketball and shrimp has been a good recipe for success for Sonora’s Charlie Thurman. Now he’s going to find out if throwing football into the mix spoils the stew.

    Thurman, who has hosted many area and state basketball legends for nights of reminiscing over Cajun shrimp boils at Claudia’s Tea Room, is hosting his first football legends night Thursday.

    “We already have a full house. We’re up to capacity,” Thurman said Sunday night. “We’ve had a huge response. We’re up over 60 people now.”

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY: John Hardin...

    John Hardin High School senior Katie Lever was named the KYTrackXC.com girls’ Runner of the Week after she finished sixth in last Saturday’s St. Xavier Tiger Run in Louisville.

    Lever broke her personal-record best time by over 1 minute and finished in 19:08, more than 2 minutes faster than she finished in last season’s race.




    GREENSBURG Results from Thursday’s meet in Greensburg: