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Tim Pennington and the Central Hardin cross country teams are preparing to host the largest field for the sixth annual Fairgrounds Frenzy.
Morgan Gattis and Mattie Reding know this isn’t the same John Hardin volleyball team they’re accustomed to facing.
Central Hardin didn’t get its first win over John Hardin until 2014. Now, its senior class is hoping to avoid its first loss to the rival Bulldogs.
Former professional golfer and two-time major winner Hubert Green once said, “Winning breeds confidence and confidence breeds winning.”
Cheyanne Robinson could see exactly what was coming.
LaRue County couldn’t find an answer for Katie Moreland.
Visiting Fort Knox lost to Campbellsville for the second time this season, getting swept 25-17, 25-9 on Tuesday.
Fort Knox (4-13) lost its sixth straight.
Nine players had at least one goal as the North Hardin Trojans breezed past homestanding 17th District rival Fort Knox, 10-0 on Tuesday.
The John Hardin Bulldogs aren’t in to getting anymore moral victories like they had last Friday against Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park or the opening weekend against Bowling Green.
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