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When foul trouble started to mount and rob the Meade County Green Wave of some their scoring options, senior John Michael Millay saw an opportunity.
It has been two long weeks away from home for the LaRue County boys’ basketball team.
LaRue County girls’ basketball coach Simon Ford strolled out of the locker room with a feeling he hadn’t experienced in three games.
Tyra Jackson was all too aware of the history: the John Hardin Lady Bulldogs had never beaten 17th District nemesis North Hardin on its home floor.
The Central Hardin Lady Bruins are accustomed to slow starts and having to battle back.
Teams are entitled to an off night. The Central Hardin Bruins are fortunate that was on a night they were still able to win by double digits.
The Elizabethtown Lady Panthers made short work of Taylor County on Friday night.
The Elizabethtown Panthers gave the Meade County Green Wave all they wanted for two quarters, but after halftime, they were able to get some much-needed breathing room.
The road to the State Duals kicks off this weekend for every area wrestling program, and some of them could be faced with an uphill battle.
Jayla Freeman feels as if the John Hardin Lady Bulldogs let one get away from them the last time they faced the North Hardin Lady Trojans.
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