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Lady Hornets beat Trigg, fall by one at OHS

        Bailey Poole scored 18 points and Emma Morris hit four 3’s during a 47-26 win for the Lady Hornets over Trigg County Saturday at HCHS.  The contest was the last of four games played in the House Insurance Coaches vs. Cancer Shootout. Poole got rolling early as the senior point guard scored seven…

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Lady Hornets win All “A” Regional

      The Lady Hornets followed up their big win last week with another huge victory when they won the All “A” Classic 3rd Region Tournament at Cloverport on Wednesday, Jan. 4. Hancock County came from behind to win 37-26 over Edmonson County in the title game. “I thought we looked a little flat…

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Defense key in Lady Hornets 50-35 win over McLean Co.

    Lily Roberts scored 18 points and the Lady Hornets varsity played well on the defensive end of the court to win 50-35 over McLean County here Saturday. “I thought we played our best overall team defense of the year,” HCHS coach Kevin Husk said. “We’ve been battling sickness all week and only had…

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Lady Hornets win big at Whitesville Trinity

  It was a great start to the season for the Lady Hornets when they took an impressive, 68-40 victory over the Lady Raiders at Whitesville Tuesday. “We had a great night. We have a ton of room to get better so it’s exciting to come out with a win while knowing you can still…

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HCHS Varsity teams take the floor

The Hornets and Lady Hornets varsity teams begin their seasons next week when they go on the road to Owensboro and Whitesville. The Hornets are projected as a top 4 team in the 3rd Region this year as Hancock County returns four starters from last season. Head coach Mike Orr has eight seniors, two juniors…

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Lady Hornets battle in loss to Daviess County

It was a back-and-forth game from tip to horn when the Lady Hornets opened the season against the Daviess County Lady Panthers here Tuesday. The HCHS girls battled from behind to win two quarters, but eventually fell 75-66 to the ladies from the 6A school. “There’s a lot of good things to take from this…

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