There will likely be loads of basketball to sit up for at Central Hardin this Saturday as the varsity prepares to host the ladies’ Will Harris Houses Winter Traditional.
Prime 10 groups resembling No. 1 Anderson County and No. 9 Bardstown will likely be on show, with the host Woman Bruins opening the day in opposition to the undefeated Woman Bearcats.
By way of 18 video games, solely three of Anderson County’s victories have come by single-digit margins.
In its return to the courtroom this week after lacking practically two weeks due to winter climate, Central Hardin is 1-1.The Woman Bruins fell 65-43 to No. 2 Elizabethtown on Monday and defeated North Hardin 74-51 on Wednesday.
Saturday’s recreation would be the Woman Bruins’ first dwelling recreation since Feb. 8.
Central Hardin (9-5) and Anderson County will tip off at midday.
Simply as a neighborhood crew will open Saturday’s motion, a neighborhood crew will shut it as properly.
After the two:30 p.m. Bardstown-Rockcastle recreation and the 5 p.m. Bishop Brossart-Bethlehem recreation, John Hardin will tackle Thomas Nelson for the winter basic’s finale.
This would be the two groups’ second assembly of the season, with the Woman Bulldogs taking the primary recreation 58-46 on Jan. 15.
“When had been instructed we had been gonna play them once more, I used to be okay with taking part in them twice,” John Hardin coach Nicki Coleman stated. “It would give us a chance to see the place we had been at first of the season versus the place we’re in direction of the top of the season taking part in in opposition to the identical crew.”
The 2 groups additionally performed twice through the common season final yr and break up the sequence, with Thomas Nelson profitable the primary assembly on Jan. 9, 2020 and John Hardin taking the second on Feb. 8, 2020.
Consequently, Coleman is aware of that beating the Woman Generals the primary time round this season doesn’t assure a win on Saturday. Her focus with the Woman Bulldogs forward of the sport has been to work on what they’ll management.
“We’ve actually tried to work on our deficits in apply. Limiting our turnovers,” Coleman stated. “We’re hoping to proceed in that course and to get extra factors on the board.”
John Hardin (3-8) and Thomas Nelson (4-12) will get issues began at 7:30 p.m.