It’s a little later that normal, but the high school swimming season in Kentucky comes to a close this weekend with the KHSAA state championships.
A late April cold spell with scattered snow showers didn’t stop Wednesday’s high school tennis action at the Freeman Lake Tennis Complex in Elizabethown.
Heading into today’s championship round of the Lincoln Heritage Conference Tennis Tournament, Central Hardin has claimed the boys’ team title, while Central Hardin and Elizabethtown are tied at 10 points on the girls’ side in the three-day event.
It took a few innings to get going, but the Lady Panthers punched their ticket to this weekend’s 2-A State Championships Tuesday evening at LaRue County High School.
Cooper Campbell, Seth Yates and Bailey Moore drove in two runs apiece Tuesday night as host North Hardin rolled past Fort Knox, 15-0, in high school baseball play.
The Elizabethtown, Central Hardin, North Hardin, John Hardin, Fort Knox and LaRue County High School tennis teams all met Monday evening at the Freeman Lake Tennis Center to open the 2021 Lincoln Heritage Conference Tournament.
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