Darius Harding has played basketball at the high school level and the junior college level. Starting this fall, the former Elizabethtown player takes his talent to the NCAA Division I-level.
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.
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.
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- Third Hardin COVID-19 case identified; one in LaRue
- One of new Hardin cases is Knox civilian employee
- Hardin now at 5 for COVID-19 cases
- Cecilia woman charged with shaking infant
- Sixth positive COVID-19 test confirmed in Hardin
- Beshear praises E’town Kroger
- Inmate’s tip leads to arrest of deputy jailer
- COVID impacts local children
- Local woman creates ‘Giving Spot’
- Court buildings being closed statewide because of COVID-19
- County announces policy change on trash collection
- Scenic drives are way to get out of house
- Exercise is good for physical, mental health
- Attorney plans to appeal Capstraw’s murder conviction
- Elizabethtown secures $115,329 COVID-19 grant
- Social Security payments will not be delayed by pandemic
- TENNIS: Central coach Jody Bingham wins regional USTA award