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High School Sports

  • Haley Holt signs with Lindsey Wilson

     Submitted photo

    LaRue County High School senior Haley Holt signed last week to play basketball at Lindsey Wilson College. Front from left, Tony Holt, Sandy Holt, Haley Holt, Lindsey Wilson College’s varsity women’s coach, Steve Beck; back, LCHS Athletic Director David Dawson, assistant coaches Roy Walker and Tommy Adams, LCHS Principal Paul Mullins and Lady Hawks Coach Travis Wootton. Not pictured is Kyle Baker.

  • Girls’ relay team qualifies for State

     Several LaRue County athletes placed high in the Class 2A Region 2 Track and Field championship last week. The girls’ 4X400 relay team, consisting of Amanda Brewer, Kristina Durbin, Nichole Thomas and Natalie Mullins qualified for the State Track Meet this weekend.

  • Hawks defeat Hart, Washington

     The LaRue County Hawks defeated Hart County 7-5 on May 7.

  • Lady Hawks whip Thomas Nelson in three innings

     The Lady Hawks whipped 5th Region foe Thomas Nelson May 8 in three innings.

  • Ryan Abell qualifies for State Tennis Tourney

     Senior Ryan Abell qualified for the State Tennis Tournament.

  • Track Results

    Lincoln Trail Heartland Conference  - Bardstown, KY

  • Lady Hawks defeat Campbellsville

    LaRue County’s Lady Hawks defeated Campbellsville, 13-2, April 30.
    Sophomore catcher Sierra Mullins went 3-for-3 and drove in four runs while classmate Emillee Cundiff tossed a complete game to lead the host Lady Hawks to the five-inning victory over the Lady Eagles.
    Cundiff walked three and gave up two hits while not giving up an earned run.
    Juniors Peyton Gardner and Courtney Johnson, sophomore Trishtian Cruse (2-for-3) and freshmen Haleigh Gregory and Shakeya Washington also drove in runs to help LaRue County win its third straight game.

  • Hawks rally to beat Trojans

    The LaRue County Hawks defeated the North Hardin Trojans 7-6 on May 2.
    The Hawks fought off a bases loaded scenario in the bottom of the seventh inning for the win.
    Up 7-6, LaRue County freshman reliever Dalton Metcalf’s first pitch sailed over the head of the Trojan batter and Hawks sophomore catcher Koy Lindsey.
    But Lindsey quickly recovered the ball and tossed it to Metcalf, who tagged out North Hardin freshman Gardy Sanchez at home plate and end the game.

  • Sandidge out for season after suffering stress fracture

    Adam Sandidge set a new record for LaRue County High School during the Eastern Relays, held at the University of Louisville’s campus April 26-27, running two miles in 9:52.49; breaking his previous time, which matched Mike Otis’ record of 9:55 set in 1986.
    “Thirty five schools competed in the relays, some out of state,” Sandidge said. “I beat my personal best by 28 seconds; my original time was 10:20.”
    He placed 47 out of 85 competitors and was 26th overall among those who competed from Kentucky.

  • LaRue tennis teams compete in 5th Region Tournament

    Several LaRue County High School tennis players have advanced in the 5th Region Tournament underway at Freeman Lake Tennis Complex in Elizabethtown.
    Good luck to the team as they continue in the tournament.

    FRIDAY’S SCORES –
    May 3
    BOYS’ PREP
    5TH REGION TOURNAMENT ELIZABETHTOWN— Freeman Lake Tennis Complex
    Friday’s First-Round Results

    Singles
     (4) Ryan Abell (LC) def. Joseph Cesare (NC), 6-0, 6-1