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High School Sports

  • Cross Country Results

     CROSS COUNTRY

    BERNARD KEENE INVITATIONAL - BARDSTOWN

    Sept. 11

     

    BOYS

    X. LaRue County (NTS)

    6. Adam Sandidge – 18:13.09

    57. Randy Young – 22:03.31

    78. Brent Dunn – 23:11.81

     

    GIRLS

    6. LaRue County (171)

    19. Kristina Durbin – 24:36.09

    36. Kaelyn Herrin – 27:21.03

    42. Harley Keller – 27:54.34

    46. Amanda Adyani – 28:58.72

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks fall to Green

     Friday night’s football game got off to an early start.

    School officials decided to move the game up an hour to 7 p.m. as inclement weather was forecast for the area.

    The Hawks fell behind 27-6 but almost managed a comeback against the Green County Dragons. LaRue’s final touchdown tying the game was called back with 3 minutes left in the game. The Dragons won 27-21.

    The Dragons scored a touchdown four minutes into the game. They went into halftime with a two touchdown lead.

    Neither team scored in the third quarter.

  • PHOTO: Ashley Long honored

      The LaRue County High School cheerleaders honored Ashley Long and Richard Marshall during Friday night’s football game with Green County as they promoted community awareness of childhood cancer. Ashley was diagnosed with leukemia three years ago. She has undergone two bone marrow transplants as part of her treatment. Richard is fighting neuroblastoma.

  • SOCCER: Hawks blank Burgin

     After a week-long layoff between games, the LaRue County Hawks were sluggish at the beginning of the Sept. 6 contest with Burgin.

    Bus travel, heat, weather, field conditions  –  good excuses for a weaker team.  But, the Hawks wanted none of that. Frustration was wearing thin on their faces and shoulders. Finally, in the 17th minute, senior Mason Morgan delivered a long throw-in to the waiting feet of fellow senior Alex Cook. Cook was standing near the penalty mark, turned and shot before the ball touched the ground.

  • PHOTO: Lady Hawks Soccer

     Members of the Lady Hawks soccer team are front from left, Head Coach Laura Kudma, Rachel Wolf, Logan Grant, Kasey Wells, Jacilyn Hazlewood, Assistant Coach Becky Hawkins; middle row - Shelbi Brooks, Peyton Gardner, Courtney Johnson, Abby Modrowski, Sydney Price; back row - Madison Eads, Nicole Childress, Mariah Wiseman, Carley Higdon, Haleigh Gregory, Nichole Thomas, Calea Tharp, Savannah Brooks, Hannah Murray, Alexa Herron, Hattie Ward, Gillian Nunn, Courtni Price and Haley Pellman.

  • VOLLEYBALL: LaRue wins 3 in Slam Jam

     The Lady Hawks’ volleyball team went 3-1 last week in their Abraham Slam Jam tournament.

    LaRue’s Ladies knocked off Fort Knox (25-16, 25-8), Warren East (25-8, 25-21) and East Jessamine (25-12, 25-18) en route to the tournament semifinals, where they fell to eventual champion South Warren (25-18, 25-16).

    South Warren defeated Marion County in three sets (25-18, 22-25, 25-14) to win the championship, avenging a two-set loss earlier in the day to the Lady Knights.

  • FOOTBALL: LaRue falls to Green

    The visiting Green County Dragons led the Hawks Friday night by 21 points going into the fourth quarter.

    The Hawks made a major comeback, scoring 21 points before losing by six points (27-21).

    LaRue County (2-2) will play a non-conference game against Nelson County next Friday.

  • LaRue vs. Green: Football game moved to 7 p.m.

     Tonight’s football game against Green County has been moved to 7 p.m., according to Superintendent Sam Sanders.

    Inclement weather is expected to move into the area and school officials thought it best to schedule the game an hour early.

    The game will be played at Hawk field.

    Also at the game, the LaRue County High School cheerleaders will honor Ashley Long as they promote community awareness of childhood cancer.

  • HAWKS SOCCER: Team photo

  • SOCCER: Hawks fall to E'town

    After eight straight games under Murphy’s Law – what can go wrong will go wrong – Travis Richardson and the slumping Elizabethtown Panthers finally had something go right Tuesday.
    Richardson had one assist and two goals, including the game winner in the final 4 minutes, as the All-State junior striker helped the visiting Panthers finally hold off the LaRue County Hawks, 4-3 in the area rivals’ inaugural meeting.