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High School Sports

  • Hawks avenge Adair loss on Hart County

    LaRue County bounced back from one of its worst offensive performances of the season with one of its bests Friday at Hart County.
    Junior guard Kelton Ford led three Hawks in double figures as LaRue County locked up the top seed for next month’s 18th District Tournament with an 88-65 pounding of the Raiders.

  • Lady Hawks hammer Hart, mash Meade

    The Lady Hawks defeated Meade County Tuesday 67-41.
    Junior forward Ivy Brown and freshman guard Alexis Brewer scored 15 points each for the host Lady Hawks, while junior forward Alisha Durbin added 13 points in the win.
    LaRue County snapped its three-game losing streak and ended the Lady Waves’ two-game winning streak. The Lady Hawks also avenged a 55-50 loss to Meade County on Dec. 2 by taking control with defense.

  • LADY HAWKS DEFEAT HART

    MUNFORDVILLE — LaRue County sophomore forward Ivy Brown had game highs in points (25) and rebounds (13) on Friday night as the Lady Hawks finally beat 18th District rival Hart County on the host Lady Raiders’ home floor, 53-43.

  • BASKETBALL: Lady Hawks whip Hart 53-43

    MUNFORDVILLE — LaRue County sophomore forward Ivy Brown had game highs in points (25) and rebounds (13) on Friday night as the Lady Hawks finally beat 18th District rival Hart County on the host Lady Raiders’ home floor, 53-43.

  • No heart in Hart after Hawk victory

    LaRue County bounced back from one of its worst offensive performances of the season with one of its bests Friday at Hart County.

    Junior guard Kelton Ford led three Hawks in double figures as LaRue County locked up the top seed for next month’s 18th District Tournament with an 88-65 pounding of the Raiders.

  • Lady Hawks rout Lady Waves 67-41

     The Lady Hawks defeated Meade County Tuesday 67-41.

    Junior forward Ivy Brown and freshman guard Alexis Brewer scored 15 points each for the host Lady Hawks, while junior forward Alisha Durbin added 13 points in the win.

    LaRue County snapped its three-game losing streak and ended the Lady Waves’ two-game winning streak. The Lady Hawks also avenged a 55-50 loss to Meade County on Dec. 2 by taking control with defense.

  • BASKETBALL: Hawks fall to Adair 47-46

     The host Hawks struggled from the 3-point line Tuesday, hitting just 3-of-23 from beyond the arc as Adair County snapped their six-game winning streak. Adair nudged LaRue 47-46.

    Junior guard Kelton Ford paced LaRue County with 18 points, six steals, six rebounds and three assists, while senior guard Kyle Sheeran had 14 points, two assists and two steals.

    Sophomore guard Kody Key added eight points and five rebounds.

    Kyle Meredith, Tyler Howell and Jonathon Firquin each scored two.

  • PHOTO: Senior wrestlers honored

     The LaRue County High School Mat Hawk seniors and their families were honored during the first night of Region Duals. From left, statistician Courtney Clyde, Shawn Hull, David Masure, Drew Newberry, Nick Paden, Bernard Ray, Eli Meredith, Ethan Hutchinson, Michael Geary and Taylor Albert.

  • Lady Hawks bounce Breck 66-28

    The Lady Hawks overwhelmed Breckinridge County in Harned Jan. 2, 66-28.
    Sophomore guard/forward Ivy Brown posted her sixth double-double to lead the visiting LaRue County Lady Hawks.
    Brown had 25 points (hitting three of five 3-point attempts), 10 rebounds, nine assists and three steals as the Lady Hawks (6-4) won for the sixth time in seven games.
    Junior forward Haley Holt and freshman guard Alexis Brewer each scored 10 points, while sophomore post Allison Evans had eight points and seven rebounds.

  • Key and Ford take spotlight at Green

    Senior guard Kyle Sheeran scored 19 points Jan. 3 to lead four players in double figures as the Hawks cruised past the Campbellsville Eagles, 79-27.
    “This was a game in which a lot of our bench players got some good minutes,” said Coach Paul Childress.
    “Campbellsville is young and a little down right now. We came out a little slower than I wanted, but after a quick timeout we picked up our intensity. We did what we needed to do in this game. I knew we could turn them over with our pressure. The key was converting those into points.”