Defense was the name of the game for the Lady Panthers Monday night at Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.
Kiarah Dornan was feeling the pressure late Friday evening in Cecilia. Taking on Central Hardin in what had been a back-and-forth game, Elizabethtown’s undefeated start to the season was on the line with the team again trailing the Lady Bruins in the fourth quarter.
John Hardin girls’ basketball lost its second straight game Saturday. Taking on Wayne County, the Lady Bulldogs fell behind early on the way to a 57-34 loss to the Lady Cards.
Elizabethtown girls’ basketball improved to 7-0 on the season Friday night in Cecilia. Taking on Central Hardin in a 17th District matchup, the Lady Panthers came out on top in a back-and-forth battle, picking up a 60-55 win over the Lady Bruins.
There will be no shortage of boys’ basketball at Central Hardin High School this weekend. On Saturday, the school will host the four games of the Will Harris Homes Winter Classic, starting in the afternoon and continuing into the evening.
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