High School Sports

  • Cross Country Results

    Mid-Kentucky Conference Championships

    Oct. 21

    Hillbilly Heaven course at the Bluegrass Expo Center in Bardstown


    BOYS 5K

    19. Jacob Cecil – 18:53.25

    34. Christian Silva – 19:56.03

    36. Colton Thompson – 19:58.38

    51. William Pearman – 21:01.02

    62. Stiles Metcalf – 22.23.25

    72. Conrado Gonzalez – 24:14.34

    73. Chance Martin – 24:15.66


    7. Average time – 20:26.39





    Region Appearance: 6th

    Qualified for KHSAA State Meet 5 times

    “I’m hoping to make it to state as a team or individually. I feel like my time could be better but I am enjoying this season more than any of the others so I’m happy.”

    Coach Jackie Harley:

  • Hawks fall to Louisville Central

     The LaRue County Hawks were outmanned Friday by Louisville Central’s Yellow Jackets. The Hawks lost 43-7 in a Class 3-A, District 3 game.

    Central is the top seed in the district, while the Hawks fell to the fourth seed after a home loss to Elizabethtown.

    The Yellow Jackets pulled ahead 28-0 at halftime, then scored nine points in the third quarter and six in the fourth.

    The Hawks scored in the fourth quarter when junior Marquis Franklin ran for a 5-yard touchdown and senior Koy Lindsey kicked the extra point.

  • Lady Hawks fall in Region tournament

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks entered the 5th Region Volleyball Tournament with nothing to lose, especially considering who their opponent was.

    But aside from a few lapses, the Lady Hawks felt they played right with the heavily favored Bardstown Bethlehem Banshees.

    Bethlehem advanced with a 25-18, 25-21, 25-17 victory in the quarterfinals Monday night at Bruin Gym, but LaRue County was encouraged with its performance.

  • DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL: LaRue falls to Green

    The 18th District still belongs to the Green County Lady Dragons.

    Top-seeded Green County dominated second-seeded LaRue County on Tuesday night, rolling to a 25-11, 25-11, 25-6 win in the district tournament championship at Hart County.

    Green County (30-7) won its 12th straight district title, including the last nine in a row over LaRue County (14-17).

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  • Lady Hawks advance in Region, fall to Panthers

    18th District Semifinal

    Lady Hawks 4, Hart 3 (4-1 PKs)

    The Lady Hawks Soccer team earned a hard-fought victory Thursday night in Lebanon as they outlasted the determined Lady Raiders of Hart County. At the end of regulation the score was tied 3-3. After two five-minute overtimes the score remained tied.

    The always entertaining and pressure-packed penalty kicks decided the winner. However, the most exciting part of the game took place with 19 seconds remaining in the game.

  • Hawks fall short of goal

    18th District Semifinal

    LaRue 3, Marion 2

    The Hawks got off to a slow start against host Marion County Tuesday partly due to the very wet and soft field conditions, which proved to be an equalizer for both teams. Marion County put two goals on the board before the Hawks got going.

    Senior Miguel Martinez scored a key goal for the Hawks which proved to be the jump start needed.

    “That was an important goal for our team which seemed to be rather flat from the start,” said Head Coach Derek Bell.