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A opponent, this one No. 2-ranked North Hardin at 7:30 tonight. “One thing is we’re gonna be a well-seasoned and tested team once we get through this preseason,” Preston said of games before the important district games.

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Positive cases in schools appear "inevitable." Stopping them from spreading widely is possible, but not guaranteed. It requires careful planning and a swift response, officials said. Continuing in-per

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The fall 2020 high school sports season has brought about changes for all teams across Kentucky. For North Hardin Classical School, it is the start of a new beginning as

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The campus confirmed the principal, one staff member and one student tested positive and collectively came into contact with as many as 82 students.

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Samuel Bennett was just glad to race. The win was icing on the cake. It was more about the competition. “Honestly, I feel like it did feel like a cross country race purely because of the course, because of the kills,

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The North Hardin football team defeated Frederick Douglass 19-17 after a last-second field goal at Frederick Douglass High School on Sept. 11, 2020.

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A limited amount of fans enjoyed viewing a season-opening game between the Frederick Douglass Broncos and North Hardin Trojans with required face coverings and social distancing on Friday, Sept. 11, 2020,

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Hopefully, with everybody following the regulations we’ll do well.” Scott County hosted Bryan Station at the Birds Nest at Great Crossing High School with capacity held to 20 percent and spectators limited to two per event participant,

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Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 high school football season in Kentucky launches this weekend.

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That came Monday evening as the Central Hardin girls’ soccer team blanked host North Hardin, 1-0, as it didn’t take long for 17th District play to commence. “I expected a barn-burner. I knew they were going to throw everything at us for 80 minutes and they did,

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