The LaRue County Hawks came up short in Saturday night’s Pigskin Classic against the North Hardin Trojans. The Hawks fell 32-6 in their first home game of the season.
“(North) is a very quick team and will make you cover them from sideline to sideline,” defensive coach Josh Jaggers said.
The Trojans run a spread offense and use an aerial attack that is countered by a running game. Usually in a spread offense, it’s the running game that is countered by a passing attack. North had 336 yards passing and 104 yards rushing.