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  • WRESTLING: John Hardin wins...

     

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    The News-Enterprise

    Senior center Alex Jones scored 25 points to lead the homestanding Elizabethtown Lady Panthers to a rout of No. 9 Louisville Sacred Heart on Friday, 72-50.

    Jones also had a game-high 10 rebounds to go along with four assists, four steals and one blocked shot.

    Sophomore guard Natalie Greenwell added 15 points and senior guard Dorian Downs chipped in with 13 as the No. 4 Lady Panthers (22-2) won their eighth game in a row and snapped Sacred Heart’s five-game win streak.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: John...

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — This wasn’t the happy homecoming Nelson County coach Artie Braden was hoping for Friday night. Braden was John Hardin’s first head basketball coach, compiling a 119-83 record in seven seasons.

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    The News-Enterprise

    A night after suffering their worst loss – a 30-point defeat at Taylor County – of the season, the LaRue County Hawks bounced back to snap a two-game losing skid.

    It didn’t come easy as the Hawks rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit to post a 73-62 victory over visiting Logan County on Saturday night.

    Senior Bryan Bault led LaRue County (19-5) with 23 points and six rebounds. Senior Tyler Hornback had a solid all-around game with 14 points, seven rebounds, five assists and two steals.

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  • PREP WRESTLING: Frost isn't...

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — Glenn Frost isn’t your average heavyweight. At 5-foot-7 and 230 pounds, the John Hardin High School junior knows he’s at a disadvantage every time he steps on the mat. “One thing I have a problem with at heavyweight is they’re so much bigger. I’ve got to really wear them down first befor

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  • KENTUCKY BASKETBALL OPINION:...

    LEXINGTON – The shot heard around the Commonwealth.

    With Kentucky riding a three-game losing streak and its postseason hopes possibly hanging in the balance, junior guard Jodie Meeks – like he has done so many times this season – put his team on his back and hit arguably the biggest shot of the Wildcats’ season.

    Coming out of a timeout with 12 seconds remaining, Meeks rushed to the left side of the key and flung up a prayer that was answered. Yes, flung. It wasn’t the usual pretty jump shot Big Blue Nation has grown accustomed to watching.

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  • PREP BASKETBALL: E'town...

    The News-Enterprise After a solid night shooting in the first half, the Elizabethtown Panthers only got better against visiting 5th Region rival Marion County. Elizabethtown shot 63.6 percent from the field in the second half and routed the Knights to win its second consecutive game, 69-37 on Monday. Senior forward Derek Pfeiffer led the Panthers (8-12) with 15 points, two rebounds