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Today's News

  • PHOTO: Watermelon helpers
  • 4-H points system record sheets due

    The 4-H year runs from Sept. 1 through Aug. 31. With the end of the 2010-11 4-H year, it’s now time for 4-H members to submit their 4-H Awards Point System Record Sheets.
    Record Sheets are simply a record of the 4-H activities or events a particular member has participated in during the past year. Points are assigned for various events, depending on the level of participation.  
    Cloverbuds are eligible to submit a record form as well in order to receive recognition. Cloverbuds are ages 5 to 8.

  • October: Time to identify and fortify calves

    For fall calving cows, the calving season is in full swing. Check cows frequently. Identify calves.
    For others, it is time to get everything ready for the fall-breeding season. Line-up semen and supplies and get your bulls ready to go. Put fall-calving cows on accumulated pasture before the breeding season.
    For spring calving herds have a pregnancy examination of cows. Winter feeding costs can be minimized by eliminating open cows prior to winter feeding. Also, obtain weaning weights of your calves.

  • Bluegrass Speedway

    SUMMARY-Bluegrass Speedway
    Bardstown
    Sept. 24

    44 Auto Mart Super Late Models (19 entries)
    Top Qualifier- Aaron Hatton 14.822
    Dash- Tim Prince, Jeff Watson, Dustin Neat, Aaron Hatton, Lee Devasier, Tim Rivers
    1st Heat- Jason Hinkle, Steve Barnett, Tommy Carlton, Jim Price
    2nd Heat- Bill Blair, Jr., Marty O’Neal, David Webb, Jeff Rawlings

  • Sports Shorts: Updated 0927

    Lincoln Days Railsplitter Run and Walk
    For applications or more information about the Railsplitter Run and Walk during Lincoln Days, contact sponsor Snap Fitness, visit www.lincolndays.org or call Lincoln Days office at 358-8710. The event will be held Oct. 1.

    Lincoln Days Cornhole
    The Lincoln Days Cornhole Tournament will be Sunday, Oct. 2 on Lincoln Square. Entry fee per team is $25 with a 90 percent payback. Sign up at 1 p.m. Sunday with tournament starting at 2 p.m. For more information, contact the Lincoln Days office at 358-8710.

  • Hawks best Warren East, 7-1

    The varsity Hawks are truly a sight to behold.
    This week, while competing in the Barren County Trojan Classic soccer tournament, they showed excitement and found heart. Both were missing recently, even during a three-week winning streak.  
    On Wednesday, the Hawks bested Warren East, 7-1. During this match, junior Alex Cook notched four goals.
    Once the game was under control, substitutions were frequent as all eligible players played. Coaching error? Explain later.

  • Lady Hawks compete in Purples Classic

    The Lady Hawks volleyball team fell to Green County 25-17, 25-13 and Washington County 25-14, 19-25, 25-17, last week.
    Green
    Junior Miranda Hornback paced LaRue County with three aces, while sophomore Ivy Brown had two kills and one ace.
    Junior Haley Holt chipped in with two blocks.
    Washington
    Brown paced LaRue County with seven assists, six kills, three blocks and one ace, while freshman Alexis Brewer chipped in with five aces, five kills and three digs.
    Holt added five kills and two blocks, and junior Lauren Meredith had four aces.

  • Lady Hawks whip Bullitt Central

    LaRue’s Lady Hawk soccer team battled the Grayson County Lady Cougars to a draw 3-3 on Sept. 14.
    Senior Megan Smith scored twice and Paige Nalley scored one goal in the game. Sophomore Shelbi Brooks had an assist.
    The Ladies defeated Bullitt Central 5-1 on Sept. 21.
    Smith had a hat trick (three goals) as the visiting Lady Hawks snapped a two-game winless streak.
    Brooks and sophomore Abby Modrowski also scored.
    Junior keeper Kasey Wells made two saves.
    Tie Monroe

  • Young Hawks compete against Hart

    Sometimes, in the broad athletic world, we coaches think we are more important than the game itself. Sometimes we think we are indispensable. Sometimes, we think the players owe us everything.  
    Sometimes, we are the lowest people on the face of the earth.
    As coaches, we have the responsibility of 30 to 50 young student-athletes. Our dream is to train them to be world class athletes. Many of us try to do this by any means possible. Most times, we fail.

  • Cook’s field goal caps Homecoming win

    Junior Alex Cook kicked a 24-yard field goal with 53 seconds left to lift the LaRue County Hawks to a 17-14 homecoming night win Friday against the Warren East Raiders.