MOUNT WASHINGTON — North Hardin’s defense forced five turnovers and was rather stingy again — this time even more than the week before — and the offense rolled up almost 400 yards in Friday’s 40-0 victory at Bullitt East.
Elizabethtown used its offense, defense and special teams to put points on the board en route to a 76-0 Class 3-A, District 3 victory over Nelson County Friday night at Panther Field.
Thursday’s Central Hardin-John Hardin boys’ soccer game was the final regular-season 17th District game for both teams. Coming into the game off a 3-1 loss to Elizabethtown on Tuesday, Bruins coach Austin Varela was hoping his team would come out strong from the start.
LaRue County faces its toughest challenge of the young season tonight in its home opener. After a 21-13 win over Campbellsville in week one and a blowout 48-15 victory over Nelson County in week 2, the Hawks host Bardstown.
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