High School Sports

  • Volleyball Results

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks volleyball team is 3-1. Their next match is against Thomas Nelson at home this Thursday, August 27 at 7 p.m.


    LaRue 2 Campbellsville 0


    Cidney Neagle: 6 kills and 2 aces; Chloe Owen: 3 kills, 3 aces and 5 digs; Presley Brown: 3 kills and 1 block; Breea Kirkpatrick: 4 aces and 4 digs and Keeahna Bowen: 15 assists.


    LaRue 3 North Hardin 0


  • Boys Soccer results

    1-1 on the season. Their next match is Thursday, August 27 when they travel to Glasgow. Game time is 6 p.m.



    LaRue 0 Marion 5

    Stats not available at the time of publication


    LaRue 7 Hart 0

    Scoring: Ethan Hawkins 3, Dalton Skaggs 3 and Thomas Williams 1

    Assists: Ethan Hawkins 2, Chase Watson 2

    Saves: Cameron Pelligrino 61-1 on the season. Their next match is Thursday, August 27 when they travel to Glasgow. Game time is 6 p.m.



  • Girls Soccer Results

    The LCHS girls soccer team is now 1-2 on the season, Their next match is at home on Wednesday, August 26 when they take on Fort Knox at 5:30 p.m.


    LaRue 10 Breckinridge 0

    Scoring: Allison Bauer 1, Gillian Nunn 5, Nichole Thomas 3 and Hattie Ward 1

    Assists: Gillian Nunn 1 and Hattie Ward 1


    LaRue County 1 North Hardin 6

    Scoring: Gillian Nunn 1

    Saves: Whitney Bauer 6


    LaRue County 2 John Hardin 5

    Scores: Gillian Nunn 2

  • LCHS Golf Results

    Battle at the Bridge. Saturday, August 15

    Old Bridge CC - Danville, KY

    Par 72 - 6532 yards

    LaRue County – 336

    Cameron Dawson – 72

    Taylor Eastridge – 82

    Cameron Lasley – 94

    Hunter McLaughlin – 88

    Tristan Waddle - 100 

  • Hawks participate in scrimmages
  • Bowen plans to leave her mark

    The Lady Hawks Volleyball team 2015 season motto is simple, “Leave Your Mark.” For senior Keeahna Bowen “leaving her mark” is off to a great start and she hopes to continue it throughout the 2015 season.

    Bowen finished her summer vacation by attending a one week mission trip to Haiti before the demands of volleyball season began, and also gave her a new perspective on leadership.

  • Griffin prepared for new offence

    Many of us struggle with change from time to time, whether it be a new job, a new school, or even a new boss; there is always that apprehensiveness that attaches itself to the specific change. As the LaRue County Football team has undergone a leadership change in the hiring of Tony Hatmaker, one Hawk senior in particular has completely bought in to what the head coach is providing. Hunter Griffin will be one of the Hawks six seniors expected to lead the way this season as the Hawks prepare for their season to begin next week.

  • It's football time in LaRue - Hawks in Blue
  • LCHS Fall sports preseason underway
  • Caudill named LCHS soccer head coach

    During the past 10 years since soccer became a part of the LaRue County High School Athletic program, several transitions have taken place. From the initial co-ed team, the splitting of the boys and girls program, and to being assigned to a district by the KHSAA, the boys program was introduced to their new Head Coach last week, Dodd Caudill.

    Caudill replaces Derek Bell who guided the Hawks for three seasons before being offered the John Hardin boys program in May. Caudill brings plenty of soccer experience to the still-young soccer program.