The steamroller that is the Elizabethtown football team continued to flatten anything in its path Friday night.
Clay Games threw for 184 yards and two touchdowns, and the ground game racked up 206 yards rushing as No. 1 ranked Elizabethtown opened the Class 3-A playoffs Friday night with a 63-7 victory over visiting Thomas Nelson.
After being pushed back from this past week, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s football playoffs are getting ready to get under way this week.
Playing for Elizabethtown High School, Elizabeth Godfrey has been on the court for plenty of volleyball matches against district foe Central Hardin over the years. Now she’s becoming a Bruin herself, albeit at a different school.
The rollercoaster ride that has been the 2020 Kentucky high school football season added a new twist Saturday when it was announced the start of the playoffs would be pushed back by a week.
The 2020 high school tennis season may have been disrupted by COVID-19, but Elizabethtown tennis coach Karen Henson still received recognition for her work.
To say the 2019-20 season for Elizabethtown boys’ basketball ended strangely would be an understatement. Just days after winning their first 5th Region Tournament championship since 2005 and a few days before they were set to play Ashland Blazer in the state tournament, the Panthers’ postsea…
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