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The fourth time’s the charm.
It doesn’t have as nice of a ring to it, but Central Hardin’s doubles team of Kayla Ditto and Emaleigh Board will take it.
The Central Hardin Bruins showed in the second inning Thursday evening at James R. Aldridge Field how dangerous their offense is.
Zach McKinney was well aware of the situation.
There will be a new singles and doubles conference champion, but the team title is staying with the Elizabethtown Panthers.
Hardin County got a glimpse of the future Thursday at Freeman Lake Tennis Complex.
Elizabethtown junior Nicole Blackstone wore a smile from ear-to-ear as she jogged out to the pitcher’s circle from the dugout Thursday against North Hardin.
Alex Best had a hunch during warm-ups that Wednesday would be a good day for him and LaRue County teammate Preston Howell.
No matter the situation or how big a deficit they’re facing, Kara Decker and the Grayson County Lady Cougars never think they’re out of a game until the final out is recorded.
Senior Alec Taylor threw a complete-game two-hitter, leading the visiting North Hardin Trojans to a 6-0 win over 17th District foe Fort Knox on Wednesday.
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