When the Elizabethtown High School Panthers lost in the Class 3-A state championship game in 2020, head football coach Ross Brown knew that team would face a heavy rebuilding effort with the loss of numerous key players.
After a year that ended in a state championship game, Elizabethtown is ready to return to the field tonight with a new look after the graduation of nearly 20 seniors from the Class 3-A program.
The Central Hardin and Elizabethtown boys’ tennis programs picked up the most selections on The News-Enterprise Coaches All-Area Boys’ Tennis Team, with four each for the Bruins and Panthers.
Central Hardin, which spent the entire season ranked among the state’s top teams and 17th District Tournament champion Elizabethtown, led the way on this year’s All-Area softball teams.
Elizabethtown not only captured 17th District and 5th Region baseball tournament titles this season – the Panthers also caught the eyes of opposing area coaches in All-Area voting.
The John Hardin, LaRue County and Elizabethtown track and field programs convened at the University of Kentucky’s Outdoor Track and Field Complex in Lexington Friday for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Class 2A State Track Meet.
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