Elizabethtown used its offense, defense and special teams to put points on the board en route to a 76-0 Class 3-A, District 3 victory over Nelson County Friday night at Panther Field.
Elizabethtown’s Griffin Inman goes up for a header in front of Central Hardin’s Dan Torres during the first half of Tuesday’s 17th District game at the Elizabethtown Athletic Complex. The Panthers left with a 3-1 victory.
Elizabethtown girls’ soccer coach Pat Black wanted his team to have more control early in the first half against John Hardin Monday night. It took a little bit longer, but the Lady Panthers adjusted.
It didn’t take long for Elizabethtown football to initiate a running clock Friday night against Thomas Nelson. In fact, there was a running clock before the first half came to a close as the Panthers had put up 40 unanswered points on the Generals by that time.
Coming into the weekend, the Elizabethtown volleyball team had not lost a match yet and only recently gave up its first sets in Thursday’s win over Central Hardin.
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