High School Sports

  • PHOTO: Senior band members honored

     Senior members of the LaRue County Band of Hawks were honored recently. Front from left, Brittany Eads, Maggie Mather, Sara Rogers, Amber Baptiste, Tricia Gibson; middle, Lindsey Cowles; and back, Emily Perkins, Nathan Hornback and Ashley Whitaker.

  • PHOTO: Adam Sandidge wins Bardstown event

      LaRue County’s Adam Sandidge won the Mid-Kentucky Athletic Conference meet Tuesday at Hillbilly Heaven in Bardstown. Sandidge had a time of 16:56.25.

  • Golf: Recap of 2012 season

     The LaRue County Hawks varsity golf season came to a close on Sept. 29 with the 5th Region tournament.

  • SOCCER: 'The entire region knows your team'

     The LaRue County Hawks won a berth in the 5th Region Tournament with a 7-0 victory over Campbellsville.

  • SOCCER: 'The entire region knows your team'

     The LaRue County Hawks won a berth in the 5th Region Tournament with a 7-0 victory over Campbellsville.

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks fall to Louisville Central

     Josh Jaggers doesn’t believe in moral victories. The first-year LaRue County coach is more inclined to actual ones.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Hawks begin region play tonight

     Postseason volleyball tournament jitters are one issue.

    But that anxiety that hits during the first set of the 5th Region Volleyball Tournament, that’s another.

    You’re facing the best of the best in your area – a team you’ve seen at least once before. You know what’s coming at you, but trying to stop that attack and gain that momentum is much harder than people think.

  • SOCCER: Hawks fall in region opener

    BARDSTOWN - Looking across the Cardinal Stadium sideline Sunday evening
    at host Nelson County High School, it was hard to determine who won the
    Boys' 5th Region Soccer Tournament's late quarterfinal.

    The winning team, eight-time defending 19th District Tournament champion
    Bardstown Bethlehem, looked like it had lost and the losing team, the
    18th District runner-up LaRue County Hawks, was smiling and beaming and

  • Soccer teams fall in district final

     The Marion County Knights held prolific scorer Alex Cook and the LaRue County Hawks in check Thursday night as they won the championship of the Boys’ 18th District Soccer Tournament, 3-1 in Lebanon.

    Cook, a senior striker, scored twice in the teams’ regular-season meeting and had the Hawks’ goal Thursday night, but the Knights had built a 3-0 lead before he found the back of the net with 4 minutes left in the first half. Senior Marshall Metcalf had the assist.

  • SOCCER: Lady Hawks make history - to play in region tourney

     GIRLS’ 18TH DISTRICT SEMIFINAL: LARUE COUNTY 2, HART COUNTY 1. Junior forward Abby Modrowski scored twice – including the game-winner with 23 minutes left – as the Lady Hawks qualified for the Girls’ 5th Region Soccer Tournament for the first time in school history.

    Junior defender Peyton Gardner had an assist for second-seeded LaRue County (6-7-2), which will face top-seeded and tournament host Marion County at 6 tonight in the championship.