North Hardin volleyball’s first match since Aug. 31 ended in a loss Monday night, as the visiting Lady Waves returned home from Radcliff with a 3-0 match win. Meade County won the three sets by scores of 25-12, 25-13 and 25-15. No statistics from the match were made available.

Meade County (11-3) hosts Nelson County at 6 p.m. this evening. North Hardin (2-11) travels to Fort Knox for a 6:30 p.m. match this evening.

FORT KNOX 2, CAVERNA 0. The Lady Eagles earned their first win of the season Monday, taking down the Lady Colonels by set scores of 25-13 and 25-8.

Aryana Carter-Cintron led the team in assists, aces and kills, with 15, 11 and three, respectively. She also had Fort Knox’s only dig of the night. Anyla Moore had the Lady Eagles’ only block.

Fort Knox (1-10) welcomes North Hardin for a 6:30 p.m. match tonight.

THOMAS NELSON 3, JOHN HARDIN 1. The Lady Bulldogs lost their fifth straight match in a road loss to the Lady Generals Monday.

Thomas Nelson took the first set 25-21, but John Hardin answered in the second set with a 25-22 victory to tie the match at 1-1. The Lady Generals went on take the last two sets, winning by set scores of 25-13 and 25-15 to win the match.

No statistics from the match were made available.

John Hardin (6-14) hosts Marion County at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday as part of the Section 3 Tournament of the Kentucky 2A Championships.

BARDSTOWN 3, LaRUE COUNTY 0. The Lady Hawks returned home to Hodgenville with a loss Monday night, falling to the Lady Tigers by set scores of 25-10, 25-10 and 25-17. No statistics from the match were made available.

LaRue County (4-7) heads to John Hardin Wednesday to face Taylor County in the Section 3 Tournament of the Kentucky 2A Championships. The match is set to start at 6 p.m.


JOHN HARDIN 2, TAYLOR COUNTY 1. The Lady Bulldogs came out on top in the Kentucky 2A Section 3 final Monday night, taking down the Lady Cardinals at Marion County High School.

Talena Harman and Ashley Risner both had one goal for John Hardin. Moana De La Rosa Pagan and Kaitlyn Rowlett both added an assist. Keeper Janiya Drain had four saves.

John Hardin (4-8) is set to visit North Hardin for a 7 p.m. game Wednesday. The Lady Bulldogs’ next Kentucky 2A championship game is yet to be announced.

CENTRAL HARDIN 6, MALE 1. The Lady Bruins held the visiting Bulldogs to one goal on the way to a victory Monday night in Cecilia.

McKenna Johnson had two goals for Central Hardin. Taylor Eidson, Josie Satterfield, Ava Stith and Hannah Robbins each added one. Johnson, Eidson, Maddie Berry and Emma Sanders each had one assist.

In the goal, Elizabeth Craft had two saves.

Central Hardin (6-4-1) travels to Elizabethtown next for a 7:30 p.m. game Wednesday.

MEADE COUNTY 15, GRAYSON COUNTY 0. The Lady Waves earned their second straight double-digit shutout in a road win over the Lady Cougars Monday.

Grace Mattingly and Maddie Clanton both had four goals. Cyia Robertson finished the game with three. Sloane Pollock followed with two goals. Josey Corbin and Addison Poole both had one. Clanton had two assists. Mattingly, Robertson, Pollock, Corbin, Cheyenne Stafford and Roslyn Stull each had one.

Keeper Kerstin Nevitt earned the shutout.

Meade County (8-6) welcomes Marion County for a 7:30 p.m. game Wednesday.


NORTH HARDIN CLASSICAL 5, FORT KNOX 1. The Falcons took down the host Eagles for their first win of the season Monday.

Austin Provens scored Fort Knox’s only goal of the night with Riley Stanley credited on the assist. Morel Enzo Zohoun finished the night with 11 saves. Christian Hinojos added two more.

No North Hardin Classical statistics were made available.

North Hardin Classical (1-1) hosts Heritage Christian for its home opener at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Fort Knox (1-7) hosts North Hardin at 7:30 p.m. tonight.

MARION COUNTY 2, JOHN HARDIN 1. The Bulldogs returned to Marion County High School Monday night to play in the Kentucky 2A Section 3 tournament final, falling in a close one to the Knights.

Ahmed Hammad had John Hardin’s only goal with an assist from Manolo Roman. In the net, Jacob Weiss had nine saves.

John Hardin (3-6) heads to Elizabethtown tonight for a 7:30 p.m. game.

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