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High School Sports

  • PHOTO: Wrestling All-American

    Griffin Dulak, a freshman at LaRue County High School, traveled to Independence, Missouri, for the Brute Nationals Wrestling Tournament. He placed fifth, earning him All-American status. Griffin is the son of Dave and Kathy Dulak of Hodgenville.

  • Lady Hawks split games in tournament

    The Lady Hawks split their games in the TSCA Classic during spring break.

    LaRue County beat Rossview (Tenn.), 3-2 and Clarksville Academy (Tenn.), 12-2. The Lady Hawks lost to Brighten (Tenn.), 5-3 and Collinwood (Tenn.), 7-1.

    n Brighten rallied to beat the Lady Hawks, scoring four runs in the bottom of the fourth.

    Sophomore Chasity Bryant homered for LaRue County, while junior Shakeya Washington had an RBI single.

    n The Lady Hawks jumped out to a 6-2 lead over Clarksville Academy after three innings and never looked back.

  • Track and Field - April 10 results

    BARDSTOWN — Results from Saturday’s meet at Garnis Martin Field:

    Girls’ Team Scores

    8. LaRue County, 19

    Boys’ Team Scores

    14. LaRue County, 4

     

    Individual Results

    Girls’ 100-Meter Dash

    24. Kalaya Barnes, 16.45

    25. Harley Keller, 16.91

     

    Girls’ 200-Meter Dash

    11. Jackie Rigdon, 28.82

    27. Kalaya Barnes, 34.76

     

    Girls’ 400-Meter Dash

  • Track meet rescheduled

    The LaRue County All-Comers meet set for April 2 was canceled due to inclement weather.
    It’s the fifth meet to be canceled this year, according to Coach Jamie Hardin.
    A meet is scheduled for 1 p.m. April 9 at LaRue County. There will be no high jump or pole vault events.

    Admission is $5.

  • Tennis Results - April 8, 2015

    BOYS
    March 31
    Elizabethtown 5, LaRue County 0
    Singles
    Nathan Henson (E) def. John Michael Lawler (LC), 6-0, 6-0
    Ameer Haider (E) def. Cole Constant (LC), 6-1, 6-2
    Jared Towell (E) def. Sean Smith (LC), 6-1, 6-0
    Doubles
    Faizan Bhatti/Hassan Nasir (E) def. Alex Best/Preston Howell (LC), 4-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-3)
    Hunain Abri/Paul Fiepke (E) def. Jake Gardner/Rylee Greenwell (LC), 6-1, 6-0

    April 1
    Campbellsville 3, LaRue County 2
    Singles

  • BASEBALL: Hawks fall to North Hardin

    The Hawks lost 14-4 Monday to the North Hardin Trojans.
    Everything went LaRue County’s way the first four innings.
    Junior right-hander Colby Skaggs struck out six of the first 17 hitters he faced, including the side in the second. Skaggs pitched around an RBI single by North Hardin senior Trevor Vandermolen in the third, then breezed through the fourth in 12 pitches.

  • TENNIS: Maddie Lee's winning disposition

    Senior Madison Lee has been a great example of a model student-athlete for the LaRue County Hawks Tennis program. Lee carries a 4.0 GPA, assumes various leadership roles at school and has been the #1 seeded girl’s single tennis player the last three seasons.
    Lee has been playing competitive tennis since seventh-grade, and is currently playing her sixth season for the Lady Hawks Tennis program. She credits her brother Zachary for the main reason for playing.

  • Cruse control: Trishtian Cruse leads the way

    When one thinks about Lady Hawks Softball over the past six years, one of the names that come up is senior Trishtian Cruse.  
    Cruse has been an integral part of the program and a consistent leader on and off the field.
    As of Monday, Cruse is batting .667 with 16 hits (12 singles, 2 doubles, 1 triple and 1 inside the park homerun). She has started for the varsity program at shortstop since her eighth-grade season.
    Cruse has had a ball in her hand very early on.

  • Durbin's routine has led to track success

     For the last six years, Kristina Durbin has had a routine that few teenagers would want.

  • BASEBALL: John Selman brings commitment to the game

     The urban dictionary defines the words baseball junkie as someone who eats and breathes baseball. 

    To claim that junior John Selman is a baseball junkie is an understatement. Hawks head coach Eric Allen said, “This day and age there’s not a lot of high school kids that are baseball junkies, but John is definitely that.”

    Baseball has been a big part of Selman’s life since the age of 2. He has been playing on a team since the age of 5.