Elizabethtown 81 John Hardin 74

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    Elizabethtown 81 John Hardin 74

    #1 John Hardin goes down!!!
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    Jaquious Franklin for Elizabethtown with 30 points.
    Alex Matthews for John Hardin with 33 points.

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    If you’re a John Hardin fan you already know this, but for those not familiar with this rivalry; this is no upset. It is very difficult to win at that gym for various reasons. Always has been for JH. Good win Etown.

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    Elizabethtown 81 John Hardin 74

    Final, per the update thread.

    The Panther Den looked packed tonight and it looks like the folks in attendance got their money's worth and then some.

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    Nobody picked Elizabethtown, therefore an upset. They will meet again in the regular season and probably in the district championship and regions. So a long way to go in this rivalry.

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    Thank you for the updates @Hardin County Preps.

    Congrats Panthers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardin County Preps View Post
    Nobody picked Elizabethtown, therefore an upset. They will meet again in the regular season and probably in the district championship and regions. So a long way to go in this rivalry.
    You’re from Hardin County I assume, so you know this is not an upset; nonetheless it is a great win for the kids at Etown.

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    At Charle Rawlings court, Elizabethtown HS, I talked to numerous people who were predicting John Hardin by 10-20 points in a win. I didn’t talk to anyone willing to pick Elizabethtown.

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    Never underestimate an undefeated team....

    Congratulations to the Panthers.

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    John Hardin has all the tools, but this loss just goes to show that any team can lose on a given night. One of the things that makes Kentucky basketball great, there is a lot of parity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDEaston View Post
    John Hardin has all the tools, but this loss just goes to show that any team can lose on a given night. One of the things that makes Kentucky basketball great, there is a lot of parity.
    I automatically thought that we all assumed this. JH was never head and shoulders above the state, they were just undefeated. I don't want to shower on Etown's parade because they deserve alot of credit for the win; but I just don't see this as this huge upset. Maybe it's because I'm familiar with this rivalry.

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    Can anyone provide stats?

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    JOHN HARDIN (20-1)
    15 20 30 9 - 74

    Alex Matthews 31
    Trevon Harris 20
    Preston Murrell 7
    Devon Rogers 7
    Jalen Tyus 7
    Davente Stone 2


    ELIZABETHTOWN (16-0)
    17 19 21 24 - 81

    Jaquais Franklin 30
    Camden Williams 15
    Jacob Moberly 14
    Alandre Murphy 14
    Khia Sherrard 10
    Myles Fields 8

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    Elizabethtown played without one of the Sherard twins who is a starter and John Hardin has a 6’4 transfer who is from Hardin County but moved away in 7th grade that has now returned named Anthony Bowen. When Bowen becomes eligible he will add another division one player to their lineup.

    These two teams will meet three more times this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyPattern View Post
    Elizabethtown played without one of the Sherard twins who is a starter and John Hardin has a 6’4 transfer who is from Hardin County but moved away in 7th grade that has now returned named Anthony Bowen. When Bowen becomes eligible he will add another division one player to their lineup.

    These two teams will meet three more times this season.
    Bowen was next level when he left. He could flat out play; don't know what he's like now but when he left he was a baller. This will be scary for the state.

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