The Meade County girls’ basketball team grabbed a 52-51 home victory over Bardstown Tuesday evening.
Three players reached double figures for the LaRue County boys’ basketball team in Monday’s 67-45 victory over 18th District foe Green County on Corky Cox Court.
No. 6-ranked Louisville Butler outscored host Central Hardin, 17-7 in the final eight minutes to leave with a 53-41 victory Saturday.
Prior to Friday night, only one other player in the history of Elizabethtown girls’ basketball had reached 2,000 career points as a Lady Panther. That changed in the second quarter against Meade County when Whitney Hay joined current Oregon Ducks forward Erin Boley on the list.
The John Hardin girls’ basketball team held visiting Valley to three points in the first half — in the final seconds of the first half — and cruised to a 67-12 victory Thursday.
It was a lower-scoring, physical battle for much of Friday’s Class 2-A, Section 3 Tournament game between the LaRue County and John Hardin boys’ basketball teams.
It was a lower-scoring, physical battle for much of Friday's Class 2-A, Section 3 Tournament game between the LaRue County and John Hardin boys' basketball teams.
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