PREP ROUNDUP: E’town baseball holds on against Glasgow | Sports

The Elizabethtown baseball team came back late to win its third straight game Thursday evening.

Hosting Glasgow, the Panthers fell behind 6-3 in the top of the sixth inning but retook the lead with four runs in the bottom of the inning to ultimately win 7-6.

Greyson Hainer led the team in runs with two. Ryder Gregory, Jordan Price, Austin Jennings, Luke Presta and Noah Brown each had one.

Gregory and Price both had two hits. Jennings, Hainer, Bryce Estes and Hendrix Thomas all added one.

Price, Estes, Hainer, Thomas, Carter Moberly and Jake Williams each had one.

Reed Sherrard pitched for 5.1 innings and had eight strikeouts, eight hits and six runs. Hayden Willett came on for 0.2 innings and added one strikeout and one hit.

Drew Wilson added a strikeout in one inning.

Elizabethtown (4-3) heads to Taylor County for a 5:30 p.m. game tonight.

FORT KNOX 13, WHITEFIELD ACADEMY 9. The Eagles returned home from Whitefield Academy with a victory over the Wildcats Thursday.

Jacob Vaughn led the way with three runs. Joseph Smith, Isaiah Morrison and Mason Willis followed with two each. Sebastian Miller, Kenlin Ortiz, Korbin Ortiz and Mason Dowling all had one.

Smith and Miller both had four hits. Vaughn added three. Morrison and Willis both connected on two hits. Kenlin Ortiz, Korbin Ortiz and Javier Rodriguez followed with one each.

Miller and Vaughn both had four RBI. Willis followed with three. Smith and Jaydon Harris both added one RBI.

Morrison pitched a complete game and had seven strikeouts, 16 hits, nine runs and six walks through all seven innings.

Fort Knox (2-3) hosts Burgin for a 6:30 p.m. game Monday.

MEADE COUNTY 9, THOMAS NELSON 5. The Green Wave made it two wins in a row with a home win over the Generals Thursday.

Meade County (3-3) travels to LaRue County for a 6 p.m. game Monday.

SOUTHERN 3, NORTH HARDIN 2. It went to an extra inning, but the Trojans came up just short in Louisville Thursday.

Shane Fleming and Manie Wimberly each had one run.

Jose Resto-Santos led the team in hits with two. Wimberly, Caleb Trotta, Caleb Riffle, Colin Hamilton, Jaxon Lente and Ayden Chamberlain each had one.

Resto-Santos had both of North Hardin’s RBIs.

Trotta spent seven innings on the mound for the Trojans, striking out seven batters and holding Southern to three hits and two runs. Bailey Moore followed in the bottom of the eighth inning and gave up a run and a walk.

North Hardin (2-5) heads to Bardstown for a 5:30 p.m. game this evening.

SOFTBALL

CENTRAL HARDIN 14, CAMPBELLSVILLE 0. The Lady Bruins returned home from Campbellsville with a five-inning shutout victory over the Lady Eagles Thursday night.

Lynlee Britain, Kennedy Taylor, Alyssa Gent, Madyson Jones and Allie Link each had two runs. Carlee Perry and Lilly Padgett both added one.

Jones and Padgett led the team in hits with two each. Taylor, Link and Avery Strader all had one.

Jones was Central Hardin’s RBI leader with five on the game. Taylor and Perry both added two. Padgett and Strader both had one RBI each.

Emma Watkins pitched all five innings for the Lady Bruins, striking out five batters and holding Campbellsville to three hits and one walk.

Central Hardin (4-0) takes on Holy Cross Louisville at 4 p.m. Saturday.

LaRUE COUNTY 20, WHITEFIELD ACADEMY 1. The Lady Hawks needed just four innings to return home with a blowout win over the Lady Wildcats Thursday.

Isabelle Hayes and Maleah English were the team’s top run-scorers with three each. Erin Hornback, Isabella Rivera, Abigail Morgan, Paige Evans, Payton Druen and Reagan Hornback all followed with two runs. Alaura Allardice and Brooklyn Skaggs both had one run.

Rivera, Morgan, English, Druen and Ellee Price all had two hits. Hayes, Evans, Allardice, Skaggs and Hornback each followed with one.

Rivera, English and Druen all had three RBI. Evans, Allardice and Price each had two. Morgan, Hayes and Hornback all followed with one RBI.

Maleah English pitched for two innings, striking out three batters and limiting Whitefield Academy to one hit and one run. Hayes came in for the last two innings and had four strikeouts, two hits and one walk.

LaRue County (2-1) welcomes Washington County for a 6 p.m. game tonight.

MALE 9, ELIZABETHTOWN 3. The Lady Panthers came up short at home against the Bulldogs for their first loss of the season Thursday.

All three runs came on a sixth-inning home run from Alyssa Philpot.

Kylie McKinney pitched a complete game and had seven strikeouts, nine runs and 10 hits.

Elizabethtown (2-1) hosts Butler at 6 p.m. this evening.

CAVERNA 16, JOHN HARDIN 11. The Lady Bulldogs returned home from Horse Cave with a loss to the Lady Colonels Thursday.

John Hardin (1-2) travels to Bardstown for a 6 p.m. game Monday.

BALLARD 15, NORTH HARDIN 0. The Lady Trojans were held scoreless in a three-inning loss to the Bruins Thursday, marking their third straight shutout loss.

North Hardin (1-3) welcomes Elizabethtown to kick off both teams’ 17th District schedule Monday.

WASHINGTON COUNTY 24, FORT KNOX 0. The Lady Eagles opened their season with four-inning home shutout loss to the Commanderettes Thursday.

Fort Knox (0-1) heads to Elizabethtown for a 6 p.m. game on April 11.

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