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High School Sports

  • SOCCER: Hawks earn berth in Region Tourney

     LEBANON — The fifth time was the charm for the LaRue County boys’ soccer team. So was the sixth time.

    Senior Alex Cook had five goals and one assist and fellow senior Marshall Metcalf had one goal and two assists as the second-seeded Hawks beat the third-seeded Campbellsville Eagles, 7-0 in the 18th District Tournament’s late semifinal Tuesday at Marion County.

    Senior Ricardo Collado added two assists for the Hawks, while senior Mason Morgan had one goal and one assist and junior Jacob Hurt had one assist.

  • PHOTO: Adam Sandidge wins Railsplitter Run

     Adam Sandidge, a junior at LaRue County High School, raced to the finish line to win the 5K Railsplitter Run Sunday at Lincoln Days. Sandidge said he finished the run with his best time

  • SOCCER: Hawks whip Tigers

     Oct. 2 was another senior night, another victory for the Hawks soccer team.

    The Hawks have played against three other teams enjoying senior night and emerged victorious. This night was no different. 

    The Hawks whipped the Tigers of Bardstown 8-0. 

    Honored by their teammates, families and friends were nine seniors: Ryan Abell,

  • SOCCER: Lady Hawks prepare for district

     18TH DISTRICT GIRLS' SOCCER TOURNAMENT AT MARION COUNTY. LaRue County is a victory away Wednesday night from the first region tournament berth in the program’s six-year existence.

    The second-seeded Lady Hawks (5-7-2, 2-1-1) meet the third-seeded Hart County Lady Raiders (7-4, 1-2) in the late semifinal at 8. LaRue County beat the Lady Raiders, 6-2 on Aug. 27 in Munfordville. Junior Shelbi Brooks and sophomore Rachel Wolf each had three goals and one assist for the Lady Hawks.

  • SOCCER: Hawks enter district tournament

     18TH DISTRICT BOYS' SOCCER TOURNAMENT AT MARION COUNTY. The fourth-seeded Taylor County Cardinals (4-16, 3-3) meet the fifth-seeded Hart County Raiders (1-10-1, 1-5) in tonight’s quarterfinal at 6. Taylor County beat the visiting Raiders on Aug. 23, 1-0 as sophomore Jordan Nicholas scored off a pass from senior Justin Smith.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Hawks begin district play tonight

     18TH DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT AT CAVERNA. Green County is going for its 10th straight title as the tournament semifinals open tonight.

    The top-seeded Lady Dragons face fourth-seeded Caverna (0-6) at 6, while second-seeded LaRue County (4-2) – which has reached the final six straight years – takes on third-seeded Hart County (2-4) at 7:30. The final is at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

    LaRue County swept Hart County in both regular-season meetings, winning 25-13, 25-6, 25-4 on Aug. 24 and 25-9, 25-18, 25-15 on Sept. 18.

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks back on track with win over Henry County

    Since scoring 47 points in their season-opening win over the Adair
    County, the LaRue County Hawks have been in an offensive slumber.

    Entering Friday night, LaRue County had scored just 57 points in its
    next five games and gone 1-4 in that stretch.

  • SOCCER: Hawks thump Taylor

     The visiting Hawks (14-6) matched North Hardin with the most wins in the 14-team region by thumping the Taylor County Cardinals Thursday (4-16), who have dropped six straight.

    Seniors Ricardo Collado and Alex Cook each had two goals and one assist for the Hawks, who have won nine straight. Senior Mason Morgan added one goal and one assist and senior Marshall Metcalf had two assists.

    LaRue County outshot Taylor County, 23-1.

  • Cross Country Results - Sept. 6

     Cross Country

    LaRue/Hart Dual

    VARSITY RESULTS

    5k BOYS

    1. Sandidge, Adam – 19:04.00       

    2. Thompson, Colton – 21:12.00       

    3. Dunn, Brent – 24:12.00       

     

    5k GIRLS

    1. Durbin, Kristina – 26:01.00                 

  • Perez: No time off for talented athlete

     Raymundo Perez had a choice — football or soccer. Only the sly LaRue County junior found another option.

    Both.

    Soccer players who kick for the football team are far from uncommon. Fellow LaRue County student Curtis Milby does it. As do North Hardin’s Justin Musselman, John Hardin’s Jacob Drexler and Fort Knox’s Cody Lewis.

    However, none of those four actually play the field during football.