The Meade County girls’ basketball team grabbed a 52-51 home victory over Bardstown Tuesday evening.
Ahead of Monday night’s game at John Hardin, Central Hardin girls’ basketball coach Kristina Covington-Jones was a somewhat worried about how her team would get going against the Lady Bulldogs. The schools were closed for Martin Luther King Day, so the players would not be there at the usual…
No. 6-ranked Louisville Butler outscored host Central Hardin, 17-7 in the final eight minutes to leave with a 53-41 victory Saturday.
It was business as usual for the Panthers Monday night. Hosting Hart County, Elizabethtown went up early and led by double digits from near the game’s start to its finish in an 82-53 victory.
Elizabethtown’s two prolonged defensive stands coupled with Central Hardin turnovers and missed shots equaled a 53-41 17th District victory by the Panthers Friday evening inside the Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.
Central Hardin had two long droughts on offense and Elizabethtown parlayed them into a 53-41 17th District victory Friday evening inside Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.
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