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The John Hardin Bulldogs have had a rough week and it doesn’t get any easier tonight.
Playing without two starters Thursday night, the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers turned to the one thing they can always count on — their defense.
It was finally a happy homecoming for Maze Stallworth as the third time was the charm.
A pair of fourth-quarter breakaway dunks – and blocked 3-point shots – highlighted Meade County’s 72-49 win against 11th District rival Breckinridge County on Tuesday.
Junior guard Tyler Durbin hit five 3-pointers and scored 21 points, leading the host Elizabethtown Panthers to an 82-47 win over Thomas Nelson on Tuesday night.
LaRue County junior guard Presley Brown doesn’t like to lose.
What senior James Pitre and freshman Roger McFarlane started for North Hardin on Tuesday night, senior Tony Jackson closed it out for the Trojans.
Senior guard Jada Stinson had a career-best 30 points, outscoring visiting Bullitt Central by herself, in Elizabethtown’s 71-14 win Monday night.
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