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High School Sports

  • Coach Bell changes formation, strategy

    Though losing 10 seniors who had been together from jayvee through varsity to graduation last year, new LaRue County High School’s boys’ head soccer coach Derek Bell feels optimistic looking at this season’s Hawks.

    “On the plus side the enthusiasm and drive by the team should make up for the continuity of the now departed seniors,” said Bell.

    With different people employing different skills sets, Bell has adjusted his on-field strategy.

  • Lady Hawks a favorite for Region

    With seven varsity players returning, LaRue County High School volleyball coach Ben Schell can all but dispense with teaching and explaining the basics of the game in favor of more in-depth work on winning.

    “Our biggest strength as a team at this point is our experience at the varsity level,” said the Lady Hawks’ coach. “We will have more competitive practices because several players will be competing for playing time.”

  • LaRue County Cross Country Schedule

    Aug. 29 Green County                            
    Sept. 7    Central KY Run For The Gold (E-Town Sports Park)
    Sept. 14 Fairgrounds Frenzy (Hardin County Fairgrounds)        
    Sept. 26 Green County                            

  • Sandidge expected to lead cross country team

    Cross country running offers competitive opportunities for the individual as well as the team that other sports lack, according to LaRue County High School coach Jim B. Phelps.

    “In cross country, an athlete can race against himself from race to race and try to get better,” he said. “As a team, I hope we will be competitive.  I think we have the potential to make a good run in region this year if everyone works hard leading up to November.”

  • Young Hawks open with four-on-the-road

    LaRue County High School head football coach Josh Jaggers had mixed feelings as he discussed the status of this year’s Hawks varsity team.

    “I really like our depth, to be honest,” the coach in his second year at the Hawks’ helm said. “We are deeper with available bodies than we were last year, but that depth is just so young and inexperienced.”

    Among the positive points is the effort he’s seeing from his two quarterbacks, Koy Lindsey and Hunter Griffin.  

  • LCHS Varsity Football Schedule

    Aug. 16        Breckinridge     scrimmage      HOME     7:30 p.m
    Aug. 24        Washington County                 AWAY     8:30 p.m.
    Aug. 30        Hart County                            AWAY     8 p.m.

  • Great grappler
  • All-Star Allison
  • State Track
  • Basketball camp at Transy