Thursday’s Central Hardin-John Hardin boys’ soccer game was the final regular-season 17th District game for both teams. Coming into the game off a 3-1 loss to Elizabethtown on Tuesday, Bruins coach Austin Varela was hoping his team would come out strong from the start.
Lady Bruins coach Justin Maddock was hopeful his team could keep the Lady Bulldogs scoreless down the stretch Wednesday night. At times, he thought they didn’t make it easy on themselves.
North Hardin and John Hardin boys’ soccer came into Tuesday evening’s game looking to get back on track in the 17th District standings, with both teams having lost their district openers.
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.
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