Today's News

  • Hawks volleyball goes 3-0

    The LCHS volleyball team picked up three wins this past week against Marion County, Caverna and Hart County.

    The Lady Hawks beat Marion County last Tuesday 3-1 (26-28, 25-21, 25-17, 25-20) and they beat Caverna last Thursday 3-0 (25-6, 25-13, 25-8).

    Head Coach Ben Schell said he is pleased with his team and they played well during their matches last week.

  • LCMS basketball beat North Hardin
  • LCMS football beats North Hardin

    Last Tuesday night the boy’s Middle School football team enjoyed 8th grade night with dominating performances against North Hardin Middle School. It didn’t take long for North to take the lead in the first quarter, but the Hawk’s quarterback Bryce Neagle tied the game with a short touchdown run that was set up after a long reception by Preston Self.

  • Madison Eads always brings her “A” game

    “Bring Your ‘A’ Game” is a common expression in athletics, which means to arrive with a great attitude and ability in order to compete with maximum effort. With a consistent “A” game you can achieve your goals for success. This expression is something Junior Lady Hawks Soccer defender Madison Eads takes very seriously.

  • Sports Shorts - September 28, 2016

    Railsplitter Fun walk/run and 5K

     Lincoln Days Railsplitter Run and Walk is Sunday, October 2. Race begins and ends at 201 W. Main Street (at Walters Ave.) Early registration fee is $15 and $20 the day of the race, $10 for students (under 19 years old). Registration forms can be found at www.lincolndays.org.

    Golf scramble

  • Youth scores - September 28, 2016

    Youth Football Scores

    Flag Division: Won 28 to 20 over New Haven

    7/8 Yr. Old Division: Bye week

    9/10 Yr. Old Division: Won 31 to 0 over Breckinridge County

    11/12 Yr. Old Division: Won 26 to 0 over Breckinridge County

    Youth Soccer Scores

    U10 Panthers lost 2 to 4 against Elizabethtown U10M2.

    U10Panthers defeated Radcliff U10M3 by a score of 10 to 1.

    U10 Panthers lost 12 to 3 against Elizabethtown U10M1.

    U10 Panthers defeated Vine Grove by a score of 9 to 0.

  • Shortening the Breeding Season

    It’s pretty easy for most beef producers to understand that the more calves they sell, the more money they are going to make. Gross income and profitability are driven by the reproductive rate. So, reproductive management is an important but sometimes overlooked aspect of beef cow-calf operations.

    A high reproductive rate in the herd increases the number of calves and can also increase weights at market. A tight breeding season can lower labor costs and the overall cost of production by increasing feed and other efficiencies.

  • 4-H calendar - September 28, 2016

    4-H Teen Club

    The LaRue County 4-H Teen Club will meet at 7 p.m. on Friday, September 30 at the LaRue County Extension Office.  The Teen Club is open to 7th-12th grade students.

    Cotton Candy

    LaRue County 4-H will be selling cotton candy during Lincoln Days on October 1.  If you would like to volunteer to help at the booth, please contact the Extension Office at 270-358-3401.

    Country Ham Auction

  • 4-H fall activities

    Support 4-H during Lincoln Days

    Each year the LaRue County 4-H Program sells cotton candy at Lincoln Days as one of its fundraisers.  Visit the 4-H booth downtown this Saturday during Lincoln Days to enjoy a bag of cotton candy while supporting the local 4-H program.  Cotton candy sells for $2 a bag.

  • Slaven named Lady Hawks basketball coach

    LaRue County Middle School assistant principal James Slaven has been named head coach of the LCHS Lady Hawks varsity basketball team.

    Slaven replaces Kelton “Simon” Ford who resigned on Monday, September 19 after he was indicted for first degree sexual abuse.

    LaRue County High School principal Kyle Goodlett said Slaven takes on coaching duties immediately.