Fort Knox coach Kip Rambo was rather succinct after watching his Eagles have their season ended, 90-33 by North Hardin in the 17th District Tournament opener Sunday at John Hardin.
It didn’t come easy for the John Hardin girls’ basketball team against Fort Knox Sunday night in the first round of the 17th District Tournament.
The Panthers were back at the University of Kentucky’s Lancaster Aquatics Center for the KHSAA Boys’ Swimming and Diving Championships and brought home two first-place finishes from the sophomore Hayes. The 200 free relay team also earned a top-eight spot with a seventh-place finish.
It’s no secret the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers have been the odds-on-favorite to capture another 17th District Tournament championship, their 15th in a row since a 56-51 overtime loss to Central Hardin in the 2005 semifinals.
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