The Panthers extended their winning streak yet again Tuesday night. Hosting John Hardin for a 17th District matchup, Elizabethtown did not give up a goal on the way to a 6-0 shutout.

Landin Grzelewski got it started with a pair of first half goals. Eli Been followed with one more goal before halftime to make it a 3-0 Elizabethtown lead at the break. Dylan Barnes took it from there, scoring three goals in the second half to finish the night with a hat trick.

Cole Varela recorded three assists. Jonah Shirts and Jagger Ireland both had one assist. Jackson Holt and Camden Rich combined for the shutout in the goal.

John Hardin keeper Jacob Weiss finished with 14 saves.

The win gave the Panthers a regular-season sweep of the Bulldogs, following a 5-0 win on Aug. 14.

Elizabethtown (13-3) travels to Central Hardin next for a 7:30 p.m. game Tuesday. John Hardin (3-7) hosts Bullitt East at 7 p.m. Thursday.

NORTH HARDIN 13, FORT KNOX 0. The Trojans kept their undefeated district record in check with a dominant road win over the Eagles Tuesday.

Rakai Handley and Marcus Washington both scored three goals each to lead the North Hardin attack. Jayden Matthews, Carter Stevens, Jabari Rasheed, Bryan Gearing, Kai Marchiony, Jonathan Chandler and Cayden Logsdon each added a goal.

Gearing, Marchiony and Braedon Herron each had two assists. Chandler, Logsdon, Aaron Mohammad, Vicente Garcia, Ethan Heuke and Luke Lynch all recorded one assist.

In the goal, Christopher Woofter and Joey Stankovich combined for the shutout.

Fort Knox keepers Morel Enzo Zohoun and Christian Hinojos finished with five saves and three saves, respectively.

North Hardin (8-3-1) welcomes Thomas Nelson for a 7 p.m. game Thursday. Fort Knox (1-8) hosts Central Hardin for a 6 p.m. game Thursday.

CENTRAL HARDIN 3, MEADE COUNTY 1. The Bruins ended their four-game skid with a home win over the Green Wave Tuesday. This was Meade County’s third straight loss.

Micah Brown led the way with two goals. Westin Bowman added another. Corbin Durrance and Andrew Hess both had one assist. In the net, Nick Steele had seven saves.

Brycen Schmidt had Meade County’s lone goal. Keeper Mason Powers finished the night with 11 saves.

Central Hardin (5-7-1) heads to Fort Knox for a 6 p.m. game on Thursday. Meade County (5-5-1) welcomes Nelson County at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

LaRUE COUNTY 2, BULLITT CENTRAL 2. The Hawks returned home with a draw against the Cougars Tuesday. Carter Peace and Ashton Silva each had a goal for LaRue County. In the net, Charlie Hite had seven saves.

LaRue County (4-6-1) travels to Grayson County next for a 5:30 p.m. game Thursday.


NORTH HARDIN 10, FORT KNOX 0. The Lady Trojans joined their boys’ soccer counterparts with their own shutout road victory over the Lady Eagles Tuesday.

Madison Yates led the way with four goals. Kiara Loggins followed with three. Olivia Maldonado finished with two goals. Hannah Mehling had one.

Jerica Johnson recorded five saves on the night. Loggins and Mehling each added one. Keeper McKenzie Williams had two saves.

Fort Knox keepers Marissa Mitchell and Abigail Mireles had 12 saves and six saves, respectively.

North Hardin (6-4) hosts John Hardin at 7 p.m. tonight. Fort Knox (1-9) heads to Fort Campbell for a noon game on Saturday.


ELIZABETHTOWN 3, BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY 0. The Lady Panthers picked up their fourth straight win Tuesday, taking down the visiting Lady Tigers by set scores of 25-18, 25-20 and 25-20.

M.E. Hargan finished the night with 23 kills and 21 assists. Avery Powers and Brooke Snider both had 10 digs. Jenna Smallwood recorded six blocks. Kylie McKinney finished with two aces.

Elizabethtown (8-2) welcomes Nelson County for a 5:30 p.m. match tonight.

NORTH HARDIN 3, FORT KNOX 0. The Lady Trojans bounced back from Monday’s loss to Meade County with a road victory over the Lady Eagles Tuesday, winning by set scores of 25-10, 25-11 and 25-16.

Aryana Carter-Cintron led Fort Knox in assists and kills with 18 and three, respectively. Carter-Cintron, Anyla Moore and Isabella Poisson each had one ace. Arianna Powell had both of the team’s digs.

No North Hardin statistics were made available.

North Hardin (3-11) travels to Grayson County for a 6:30 p.m. match tonight. Fort Knox (1-11) visits Meade County for a 7 p.m. match Thursday.

MEADE COUNTY 3, NELSON COUNTY 0. The Lady Waves didn’t give up a set on the way to a home win over the Lady Cards Tuesday, winning by set scores of 25-16, 25-20 and 25-10. No statistics from the match were made available.

Meade County (11-5) hosts Fort Knox at 7 p.m. Thursday.

PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 3, NORTH HARDIN CLASSICAL 0. The Lady Falcons returned home with a loss to the Lady Eagles Tuesday, falling by set scores of 25-12, 25-17 and 29-27. No statistics from the match were made available.

North Hardin Classical (1-4) takes on Cavalry Christian at 8 p.m. Friday to open the Kentucky Christian Athletic Conference tournament.

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