High School Sports

  • Boys Soccer Results

    The LCHS Boys soccer team is now 8-5 on the season after participating in the Barren County Trojan Classic September 18-19. Their next match is away on Tuesday, September 24 when they take on Grayson County at 5 p.m.

    LaRue Co. 7 Clinton Co. 1


    Ethan Hawkins 3, Mason Hyatt 1,Dalton Skaggs 1, Chase Watson 1 and Thomas Williams 1.


    Dalton Skaggs 2, Saul Marin 1, Ethan Hawkins 1 and Thomas Williams 1

    LaRue Co. 7 Barren Co. 2


  • Girls Soccer results

    The LCHS soccer team is now 4-5-1 on the season, Their next match is away on September 23 when they take on Bardstown at 6 p.m.


    LaRue Co. 0 Louisville Collegiate 5

    Stats not available at the time of publication


    LaRue Co. 0 Spencer Co. 7

    Stats not available at the time of publication

  • Cross Country Results

    Fairgrounds Frenzy – 9/19/15

     3k Boys Middle 133 runners

    51 Cameron Mullins 13:58, 55 Connor Nicholas 14:03, 63 Silas Taylor 14:22, 71 Jacob Hinton 14:48, 75 Canaan Taylor 15:00, 81 Will Faulkner 15:12, 100 Ricky Locke 15:51 and 102 Grayson Miller 15:52.

    LaRue Co. boys Middle 13th place

    3k Girls Middle 94 runners

    28 Avery Murray 15:24, 29 Alexis Summit 15:25, 32 Lacey Cecil 15:34, 43 Macie Sandidge 16:22, 62 Alaura Allardice 17:34, 81 Kayleigh Graham 19:11 and 86 Chloe Pepper 21:20

    LaRue Co. team 6th place

  • Golf Results

    Rosewood Golf Course – 9/17/15

    3354 yards - par 36

    LaRue County – 178 Marion County - 168

    Taylor Eastridge – 43, Cameron Lasley – 43, Hunter McLaughlin – 48, Tristan Waddle – 48, Jacob Gentry – 48, Keaton Puckett – 48, Chase Childress – 55, Matheo Lynn – 44 and JT Holcomb – 48.

    18th District Cup – 9/16/15

    Green County Country Club

    LaRue (LC), Hart (HC), Green (GC)

    Par 36 - 3252 yards

    Fourball Format

  • Band Camp
  • LCHS players recognized

    Over the last week, several Hawk baseball players, along with a Lady Hawk softball player received recognition for their outstanding accomplishments on the field. Sophomore Cameron Dawson, Junior Colby Skaggs, and Senior Emillee Cundiff had the opportunity to showcase their talents in all-star games while Koy Lindsey was recognized for his baseball performance this past season.

    Emillee Cundiff

  • Hawks shutout by Taylor County

    The LaRue County Hawks dropped to 1-4 on the season following a 27-0 loss to Taylor County Cardinals last Friday, September 18.

    The Hawks were shutout by the Cardinals and they only gained 106 total yards with 60 rushing yards and 46 passing yards. Unlike the Hawks, the Cardinals had a great night offensively with 287 yards rushing and 74 yards passing.

    Hawks Head Coach Tony Hatmaker said it was a tough game for them as Taylor County controlled the tempo of the game.

  • Watson seeks district championship

    Over the last four years Senior Hawks Soccer player Chase Watson has had one goal in mind and that is to be the first to win a district championship for LCHS. Three months ago, Watson wasn’t sure if that goal would be possible with the departure of Coach Derek Bell.

    Enter Head Coach Dodd Caudill, and Watson now believes the Hawks are primed to win the first ever championship for the Hawks ten-year program.

    Watson, a two-year starter, believes they have the right formula to improve on the twelve wins from last year.

  • Hawks lose to Danville

    The LaRue County Hawks football team lost to the Danville Admirals last Friday night 41-14.

    The amount of yards on offense and the inability to get the ball into the end zone would prove to be the deciding factor in the Hawks’ loss as they were shut out by the Admirals defense in the first half with a score of 41-0 at halftime. The Hawks also weren’t able to stop the bleeding on defense in the first half and the Hawks special teams also gave up a 54 yard punt return in the first quarter.

  • Cheerleaders pursue bid for national champion

    This year marks the fifth year in a row that the LaRue County High School cheerleaders will be pursuing a bid for the Universal Cheerleading Association’s National High School Cheerleading Championships. It is the largest and most prestigious cheerleading championship in the United States and showcases cheer teams from almost every state in the nation. The competition will be held at Disney World on February 6-7,2016, and will be featured on ESPN in April.