SHEPHERDSVILLE - Back-to-back road games for a team without a single returning starter could have been tough last weekend for the Bullitt Central Cougars.
On Friday and Saturday, the maroon and gray traveled to Bardstown and the Cougars split a pair of games.
The first night was a trip to the new school, Thomas Nelson High School in western Nelson County, near Flaget Hospital. That school has no seniors this year, but they still put up a fight before falling to the Cougars 58-51.
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