John Hardin

John Hardin senior quarterback Kadon Wilson looks for an open receiver Friday night against Marion County. CHERI MUNOZ/For The News-Enterprise

Host John Hardin scored early and often Friday night in a 52-0 dismantling of Marion County at Bulldog Stadium.

John Hardin improved to 3-2 with its third straight district win Friday night, setting up a showdown this week at Spencer County with a district title on the line.

The win over Marion County guaranteed a first-round home playoff game for the Bulldogs next month.

John Hardin has scored 178 points the last three weeks, outscoring Marion County, Moore and Valley by a combined 178-6 score.

The Bulldogs jumped ahead 14-0 less than five minutes into the game and led at halftime, 45-0.

See more on the Bulldogs win in Sunday's print edition of The News-Enterprise.

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