Alex Matthews played in four varsity high school basketball games as a John Hardin freshman.
When James Haire took over the boys’ basketball program 25 years ago at Elizabethtown High School, he sure didn’t think he’d still be coaching, suit and tie and all.
2019 was a solid year for Central Hardin baseball. The Bruins kept their losses in the single digits and earned a spot in the 5th Region Tournament.
While the high school sports world in Kentucky awaits some sort of answer because of COVID-19 prior to the dead period ending April 12, administrators, teachers, coaches and athletes are moving forward with the possibility of some sort of spring season until everyone hears otherwise.
Use the links below to find stories by sport for the Bruins from the 2017-2018 season forward.
- Deputy jailer arrested for stealing more than $10,000
- One of latest Hardin cases is 7-year-old boy
- Third Hardin COVID-19 case identified; one in LaRue
- Juveniles break into E’town convenience store
- One of new Hardin cases is Knox civilian employee
- Hardin now at 5 for COVID-19 cases
- Cecilia woman charged with shaking infant
- HMH suspends visitation at hospital, medical offices
- Inmate’s tip leads to arrest of deputy jailer
- COVID impacts local children
- PREP BASEBALL: Bulldogs have mix of experience, youth
- PREP SOFTBALL: Wolfskill to lead Lady Bulldogs in the circle
- PREP COLUMN: Clinic was more than soccer
- E’town creates economic small business stimulus package
- Beshear praises E’town Kroger
- Fort Knox leadership plans live feed to discuss COVID-19
- COVID-19 in a foreign land
- Radcliff closes Saunders Springs to address social distancing