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High School Sports

  • Lady Hawks wait another day for final (05/23)

    Another day turned into yet another rain delay for the 18th District Softball Tournament.

    The championship game, which was originally scheduled for Tuesday night at Caverna, was pushed back again – this time to a 1 p.m. start today between top-seeded Green County and second-seeded LaRue County – after heavy rain and storms moved through the region Wednesday afternoon.

    Lady Hawks coach Aaron Howell is plenty tired of Mother Nature intervening.

  • Milby, Dragons end LaRue's streak

    HORSE CAVE With a matchup looming against the pitcher who struck them out 18 times earlier this season, the LaRue County Hawks were primed for another chance.

    They got the opportunity they’ve been waiting for against Green County ace Brennen Milby, but they may have been a little too excited.

  • PREP BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: LaRue, Green meet in 18th finals (05/22)

    Mother Nature wins again.

    The 18th District baseball and softball tournament championship games between LaRue County and Green County were rained out Tuesday and rescheduled for 6 tonight at Caverna – that is, if Mother Nature allows it.

    More rain and thunderstorms are in the forecast for today, meaning both games could get pushed back to Thursday. Because LaRue County and Green County have graduation Friday night, Lady Hawks coach Aaron Howell hopes Plan ‘A’ works out.

  • Ford signs with South Plains
  • Holt signs with Lindsey Wilson

    LaRue County High School senior Haley Holt has signed to play for Lindsey Wilson College as guard for this fall.

    Holt, the daughter of Sandy and Tony Holt, said she was not sure if she was going to continue playing basketball when she started college. However, she became certain she wanted to continue her career when she went to a practice with the college team.

  • Abell falls in first round at state

    LaRue County senior Ryan Abell fell in state tennis tournament play this past Thursday in his first round of play to North Oldham Senior Tyler Kilambi.

    Abell said that nothing felt right to him all day. “My inside-out forehand wasn’t good. He was keeping it in and being aggressive with my backhand. He kept on hitting his inside-out very well. I couldn’t serve all day,” said Abell.

  • Skaggs recognized at Senior Night
  • Asbury
  • TRACK KHSAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS LOUISVILLE—

    CLASS 2-A
    TEAM RESULTS
    Girls
    XX. LaRue County, No team score

    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
    Girls
    1,600-Meter Run
    19. Kristina Durbin, 5:55.77
    1,600-Meter Relay
    20. LaRue County – Amanda Brewer, Kristina Durbin, Nichole Thomas, Natalie Mullins, 4:32.86
    3,200-Meter Relay
    15. LaRue County – Amanda Brewer, Kristina Durbin, Natalie Mullins, Nichole Thomas, 10:37.55

  • Lady Hawks outplay E’town, Fort Knox

    LaRue County’s Lady Hawks held a 1-0 lead through the sixth inning May 14 against Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals.

    The Lady Cards scored all five of their runs in the seventh inning, breaking LaRue’s three-game winning streak with a 5-1 victory.

    Sophomore Trishtian Cruse went 2-for-2 for LaRue, while sophomore Sierra Mullins had an RBI single.

    Sophomore Emillee Cundiff struck out six and gave up five earned runs, five hits and three walks.

    E-town hammered