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  • PREP WRESTLING ROUNDUP:...

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    WEDNESDAY’S EVENTS

    TSUNAMI DUALS

    BRANDENBURG — Results from the first day of the 10-team Tsunami Duals at Meade County High School:

    Central Hardin (5-0)

    Def. Louisville Moore, 41-25

    Def. Jeffersonville (Ind.), 53-15

    Def. Oldham County, 39-35

    Def. Bullitt East, 76-0

    Def. Louisville DeSales, 51-19

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    Five players scored in double figures as the host John Hardin Lady Bulldogs cruised to a 70-26 win over Louisville Fern Creek on Wednesday in the Pinkham Lincoln Automotive Christmas Classic.

    Junior Michelle Montgomery led John Hardin (4-3) with 14 points and 11 rebounds, while sophomore Tajah Haley had 13 points, seven assists, six rebounds and four steals.

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    Sophomore Nic McDonald hit a pull-up jumper as time expired to lift the Elizabethtown Panthers past the Covington Holmes Bulldogs, 74-72 on Wednesday afternoon in the loser’s bracket semifinals of Central Hardin’s Bluegrass Cellular Holiday HoopFest.

    Elizabethtown (4-3) led by 11 points at the half and still led 72-68 with 15 seconds left before Holmes (7-3) hit a 3-pointer with 14.3 seconds remaining and 1-of-2 free throws with 4.9 seconds remaining.

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    Alex Crowder’s emotion carried the Central Hardin Bruins back from a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter to a thrilling come-from-behind win.

    He helped the Bruins steal the show, as they opened the Bluegrass Cellular Holiday Hoopfest with a last-second victory.

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    The Pinkham Lincoln Automotive Christmas Classic may not have the strongest field, but John Hardin coach Bryan Todd likes hosting the three-day event for one reason: it gives his team four more home games.

    The round-robin event kicks off with three games today at John Hardin. Louisville Fern Creek (1-4) faces Whitesville Trinity (1-6) in the opener at 4 p.m., followed by Henry County (2-4) taking on Clinton County (1-7) at 5:45. The Lady Bulldogs (3-3) then face Fern Creek in the 7:30 nightcap.

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    Senior guard Kaylyn Cecil scored 20 points as the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers remained unbeaten in the Sunshine State with a 45-38 win over Orlando (Fla.) East River on Tuesday in the semifinals of the KSA Holiday Classic in Orlando.

    Cecil hit three 3-pointers and also had three rebounds, two steals and one assist, while eighth-grader Erin Boley chipped in with seven points, nine rebounds and one steal.

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    Senior Jeremy Harness scored 15 points as the John Hardin Bulldogs snapped a two-game losing skid with a 68-60 win over Daviess County on Tuesday night in the T.J. Samson Hospital Christmas Classic at Barren County.

    Sophomore Keon Williams and junior Brandon Price each scored 12 points, while junior Daveon Greene had 10.

    John Hardin (2-2) led 60-44 going to the fourth quarter.

    JOHN HARDIN 68, DAVIESS COUNTY 60

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    Alex Crowder’s emotion carried the Central Hardin Bruins back from a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter to a thrilling come-from-behind win.

    He helped the Bruins steal the show, as they opened the Bluegrass Cellular Holiday Hoopfest with a last-second victory.

  • PREP BOWLING: Both John Hardin...

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    BOYS’ PREP

    MONDAY’S SCORES

    ELIZABETHTOWN -- Results from Monday’s dual at Dix-E-Town Lanes (x-denotes earned 1 team point; in baker, a team has five bowlers rotate, eaching bowling two frames, 1-5, 2-6, 3-7, 4-8, 5-10):

    JOHN HARDIN 7, NELSON COUNTY 0

    Team Scores

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    Andrew Kinney is glad he and the Central Hardin Bruins finally have a break from their 17th District rivals. Well, at least most of them.

    The Central Hardin senior thinks they could use a respite from the pressure involved with district play. Kinney loves Christmas tournament time. New opponents and challenges can breathe new life into a team.