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High School Sports

  • 18th District softball tournament action

    Three base running mistakes and seven fielding errors haunted the LaRue County Lady Hawks in last week’s 18th District Softball Tournament championship.

    Top-seeded Green County won its second straight district title on May 20 by a 7-3 score at Hart County.

    “I’m sick,” Lady Hawks coach Rocky Cundiff said. “We had two major base-running errors, but I’m more sick over the defensive errors. We spotted them six runs, and you can’t do that. You just can’t play like that.”

  • New coaches at LCHS

    The LaRue County Cheer Program is transitioning into new leadership this spring. Danielle VanderMolen will oversee the LCHS Competitive Cheer Program while Jennifer Thrasher will assist.

  • District Champs

     Top-seeded LaRue County erupted for 11 runs in the first two innings en route to a 14-0 rout of Green County to win the 18th District baseball championship in May.

  • PHOTO: Sportsmanship Award
  • BASEBALL: Hawks keep winning

    MUNFORDVILLE — Nothing is better for a team than controlling its own destiny and the LaRue County Hawks are in that position.
    LaRue County freshman Jaxon Boley shut the Hart County Raiders down and the Hawks scored five runs in the final four innings to pull away for a 6-0 victory in an 18th District game May 5 at Raider Field.
    The Hawks gave Coach Eric Allen a good birthday present, the program’s first 20-win season in his three-year tenure. It’s a big stepping stone for a young team coming off a 10-23 season.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Hawks win Abe Lincoln Classic

    The Lady Hawks blanked Hopkinsville, 5-0, Saturday in the Abe Lincoln Classic.
    Senior Emillee Cundiff struck out seven for the host Lady Hawks who improved their record to 16-13. She allowed one hit and two walks in seven innings.
    Sophomore Kourtnee Davenport went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, while sophomore Chasity Bryant added two singles and a run.
    Loss to Taylor
    The host Lady Hawks blew leads of 1-0 and 4-1 in the first two innings as they fell to Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals 10-4 May 6.

  • COLUMN: No sport like wrestling

    My mother has been nagging me to write something.

    But that’s not why I decided to do it.

    I’ve been inspired by a book by Nolan Zavoral entitled “A Season On The Mat.” The book takes you into the 1996-97 season of Dan Gable and his Iowa Hawkeyes wrestling team.

    I just finished my first year of coaching middle school wrestling with Cody Gibbons.

  • PHOTO: Baseball seniors

    Senior members of the LaRue County Hawks’ baseball team and their parents were recognized. From left, Robert Thompson, Dylan Milby, Koy Lindsey and Turner Cottrell.

  • 18TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT begins Monday

    The 18th District Baseball and Softball Tournaments are set for May 18-19 at Hart County High School.

    The top-seeded Hawks will compete 6 p.m. May 18 against fourth-seed Caverna. Following that game, about 8 p.m., the second-seeded Lady Hawks will take on third-seeded Hart County.

    The baseball championship game will be 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 19. The softball championship game will be at 7 that evening.

    Tickets are $6 each.

  • Saul Marin finds his niche in track

    For many of us, finding our niche in a particular task takes a long time. Some of us find it early in life, while others find it later. I am always seeking out students who are not involved in activities to consider giving a sport a try in hopes they will find their niche. 

    Most of the time I point them in the direction of track, simply because there are 14 events in which kids have an opportunity to excel. For Saul Marin, a freshman at LaRue County High School, it appears he has found his niche in track.