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The John Hardin Bulldogs believe they will handle success better this time around, a lesson they learned the hard way.
When they beat Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park for their first win of the season, the Bulldogs followed it up with one of their worst performances in a 27-20 overtime loss to Louisville Iroquois.
Over time, coaching staffs don’t become like family — they are an actual family.
The amount of time coaches spend together week after week, especially during the season, far outweighs the amount of time they’ll spend with their wives and children. That’s just part of the job.
For eight weeks, the Central Hardin Bruins and Meade County Green Wave have rung up the wins, most of the time making it look easy.
The teams have combined for just one loss — and that was to top-ranked Louisville Male — with each winning five games by double digits.
The LaRue County Lady Hawks advanced to the Girls’ 18th District Soccer Tournament championship — and secured a spot in the 5th Region Tournament — for the third straight year Thursday night.
At the start of the season, Meade County cross country coach Larry Garner felt there was a gap between his Green Wave and the boys’ teams at Central Hardin and North Hardin.
Eli Escoffery is ready for things to get back to normal for the Fort Knox Eagles.
With fall break behind them, the Eagles should be at full strength when they host Class 2-A, District 4 rival Thomas Nelson at 7:30 tonight at McAdams Field.
Cameron Pellegrino has only been a LaRue County Hawk for a few months, but he realizes the importance of tonight’s game against Elizabethtown.
The Hawks and Panthers are longtime rivals, and the junior hopes to add his name to the long list of players who have helped LaRue County beat Elizabethtown over the years.
This is how the 2014-15 season started for the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers: turnover, missed 3-pointer, missed 3, turnover, missed 3, missed layup, missed 3 and another missed 3.
The worst part? The Lady Panthers were powerless to stop it.
Even gamblers know the long shot can pay off.
It's rivalry week! Chuck Jones and Ryan O'Gara preview the Meade County/Central Hardin showdown for the Class 6-A, District 2 title.
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