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High School Sports

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Region draws

    GREENSBURG - For the first time in five seasons, there will be a different championship game pairing in the Girls' 5th Region Basketball Tournament.

    At Sunday morning's draw meeting for the eight-team, single-elimination tournament, the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers and the Marion County Lady

  • Hawks are District Champs

     MUNFORDVILLE — LaRue County senior point guard Kelton Ford had a game-high 22 points to go along with seven rebounds and a game-high six assists as he led the top-seeded Hawks to a 65-49 win over the second-seeded Caverna Colonels on Friday night in the championship game of the Boys’ 18th District Basketball Tournament at Hart County.

  • LADY HAWKS ARE DISTRICT CHAMPS

      MUNFORDVILLE — LaRue County junior wing Ivy Brown scored 19 of her game-high 32 points in the final 15:03 as the top-seeded Lady Hawks pulled away from the third-seeded Caverna Lady Colonels, 61-40 on Friday night in the championship game of the Girls’ 18th District Basketball Tournament at Hart County.

  • 5th Region Basketball schedule

     Fifth Region Basketball

    BOYS: Hart County High School

    Quarterfinals on Monday, Feb. 25

    Quarterfinals on Tuesday, Feb. 26

    Semifinals on Friday, March 1

    Finals on Saturday, March 2

     

    GIRLS: Green County High School

    Quarterfinals on Wednesday, Feb. 27

    Quarterfinals on Thursday, Feb. 28

    Semifinals on Sunday, March 3

    Finals on Tuesday, March 5

  • Coulter steps up as Hart County goes down in first round of District Tournament

     MUNFORDVILLE — Kelton “Putt-Putt” Ford’s surge ended Tuesday night, but Dustin Coulter’s recent upswing didn’t.

    Facing a 2-2 box defense with a chaser specifically on him, Ford’s couldn’t extend his streak of games with at least 17 points. However, Coulter picked up the slack as the top-seeded LaRue County Hawks pulled away from the fourth-seeded Hart County Raiders, 50-28, in the Boys’ 18th District Basketball Tournament’s opening semifinal at Hart County High School.

  • Lady Hawks contend for District Championship

     MUNFORDVILLE — The LaRue County Lady Hawks avoided another letdown at the hands of the Hart County Lady Raiders on Tuesday night by not letting up.

    The top-seeded Lady Hawks opened the game with a 15-0 run before cruising by the fourth-seeded Lady Raiders, 54-11, in the opening semifinal of the Girls’ 18th District Basketball Tournament at Hart County High School.

    “I think that was the start we were looking for,” said LaRue County star junior wing Ivy Brown. “It was good.”

  • Lady Hawks, Hawks advance in District Tournament

    The Lady Hawks advance to district championship after a commanding 54-11 victory Tuesday over Hart County. Ivy Brown outscored Hart on her own with 22 points. Alexis Brewer had 18.

    They are also guaranteed a slot in the 5th Region Tournament.

  • Five Mat Hawks medal as Canter closes coaching career

     After a bad first day, the LaRue County Mat Hawks bounced back on day two of the Kentucky High School State Tournament in Lexington to finish in the top 10 of the state as they ended the tournament in ninth place overall and having five wrestlers take home state medals.

  • DISTRICT BASKETBALL: Lady Hawks ranked 12th in state

     If the LaRue County Lady Hawks need any extra motivation heading into their postseason debut tonight in Munfordville, all they need to do is take a glimpse at their past.

  • District Tournament begins tonight

     No team in the history of the Boys’ 18th District Basketball Tournament has won the title five straight times, although history looks it will be made this week at Hart County.

    Led by star senior point guard Kelton Ford, the top-seeded and four-time defending champion LaRue County Hawks appear primed to make that history.