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High School Sports

  • Lady Hawks enter District tourney after wins over Washington, Campbellsville

    Sophomore wing Ivy Brown had 22 points, four steals and three assists as the visiting Lady Hawks (16-10) held on for their second straight win (48-40) Feb. 14 over Washington County.
    Freshman guard Alexis Brewer added seven points and five rebounds, while junior forward Alisha Durbin and senior guard Nancy Howell each scored six points.
    Haley Holt added five points; Allison Evans had two.
    Campbellsville
    clobbered
    The Lady Hawks clobbered Campbellsville 67-32 Thursday.

  • Hawks end season with victory over Marion County

    The LaRue County High School Hawks defeated Washington County 74-53 Feb. 14 in Springfield.
    Senior Kyle Sheeran led scoring with 24 points and five rebounds; junior guard Kelton Ford had 19 points and six rebounds.
    Junior guard Dustin Coulter scored nine, hitting three-of-three field goal attempts and one free throw.
    Rounding out the scoring were Jackson Venegas with eight; Kyle Meredith, Jonathon Firquin and Tyler Howell with four; and Kody Key with two points.
    Firquin had also three rebounds.
    Marion mashed

  • Hawks win berth in District final

    GREENSBURG - LaRue County didn’t let Caverna hang around this time.
    Senior guard Kyle Sheeran got hot from outside early, the Hawks clamped down defensively and they moved into the 18th District Tournament final for the fourth straight year.
    Sheeran scored a team-high 18 points and three other LaRue County players reached double figures as the top-seeded Hawks rolled past fourth-seeded Caverna, 75-42 in Monday night’s semifinal at Green County High School.

  • Mat Hawks set school records at State Tourney

    The LaRue County Mat Hawks took second place in the small school division and fourth place overall at the 2012 KHSAA State Wrestling Tournament held Friday and Saturday in Lexington.  
    Senior Bernard Ray was a state champion. The Mat Hawks had two state runners-up and five other state placers.

  • STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT: BERNARD RAY WINS STATE

    106 Kyle Edlin 4-2

    113 Tanner Mouser 1-2

    120 Nick Paden 4-1

    132 Raymundo Perez 4-3

    145 Mason Ray 0-2

    160 Shawn Hull 5-1

    170 Caleb Canter 4-2

    182 Bernard Ray 4-0

    195 BJ Carman 5-1

    220 Drew Newberry 4-0

    285  Eli Meredith 1-2

  • PHOTO: Brewer recovering
  • PHOTO: Drew signs with Lindsey Wilson
  • Region 2 Wrestling Results

    Weight: 106
    1st: Kyle Edlin, LaRue County 10 37- 5
    2nd: Lucas McCain, Boyle County 9 37- 9
    3rd: Rayvin Edayan, Fort Knox 11 28- 15
    4th: Henry Crowdus, John Hardin 10 27- 16
    5th: Mason Baker, Anderson County 8 21- 9
    6th: Thomas Skaggs, North Hardin 10 18- 19
     
    Weight: 113
    1st: Kyle Shults, North Hardin 10 23- 8
    2nd: Andrew Ackley, Nelson County 8 26- 7
    3rd: Nick Coffell, Central Hardin 12 32- 11
    4th: Tanner Mouser, LaRue County 11 14- 14
    5th: Zack Phillips, Danville 9 24- 18

  • Lady Hawks top Taylor but fall to Nelson

    The Lady Hawks ended a three-game losing streak Friday with a 55-30 win over Taylor County.
    Sophomore wing Ivy Brown had a double-double and freshman guard Alexis Brewer had a balanced night as the host Lady Hawks hammered the Lady Cardinals (6-16).
    LaRue held Taylor to single digits in three quarters.
    Brown had 26 points, 13 rebounds, three blocks, three steals and two assists, while Brewer added 14 points, seven rebounds and six assists.

  • Mat Hawks win 12th Regional Title in 14 years

    It was the 12th regional title in 14 years for the LaRue County Mat Hawks and the third in a row.
    Regional records fell and were tied on Saturday in Danville as LaRue’s grapplers won the Region 2 title by more than 70 points. They had eight regional champions which tied a regional record, went undefeated in their championship matches, which tied another regional record and had one Mat Hawk – senior Nick Paden – win his fifth consecutive regional championship tying another regional record.