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High School Sports

  • Wrestling tournament delayed due to weather

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association postponed the State Wrestling Championships due to wintry weather.

    The State Wrestling Championships, originally scheduled for Feb. 19-21, will be held March 9-11, according to a news release.

  • State Wrestling Tournament postponed

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association postponed the State Wrestling Championships due to wintry weather.

    “In the interest of the safety and welfare of our competitors, coaches, workers and officials, and to ensure that participation experience for the student-athletes is optimal, the KHSAA has postponed the State Wrestling Championships, originally scheduled for Feb. 19-21, until March 9-11,” according to a news release.

  • 18th District Tournament has contingency plan

    The 18th District Basketball Tournament is scheduled to begin Monday at LaRue County High School.

    LCHS Athletic Director David Dawson said he is “optimistic” that the tournament will take place as planned, however they do have a contingency plan.

    Dates and times

    Monday, Feb. 23 - Girls #1 (Green) and #4 (Hart) at 6:30 p.m.

    Boys #1 (Caverna) and #4 (Hart) will begin 25 minutes following game (about 8:15 p.m.)

    Tuesday, Feb. 24 - Girls #2 (Caverna) and #3 (LaRue) at 6:30 p.m.

  • Mat Hawks take second in Region Tournament

     

    The LaRue County Mat Hawks finished as runners-up in Friday and Saturday’s Region 2 Wrestling Tournament in Meade County.

    The team finished with 185.5 points, behind first-time champion and host team, Meade County.

    North Hardin was third with 172 points, while John Hardin was fourth (147), Apollo was fifth (117.5), Central Hardin sixth (115) and Fort Knox 11th (30).

    Nine Mat Hawks advanced to next weekend’s State Wrestling Tournament.

  • BASKETBALL: Lady Hawks fall to John Hardin

    Lady Hawk senior Alyson Yingling had a team-high 15 points Saturday in the opening game of the Hillbilly’s Tease Valentines Day Shootout at the Dawg Pound.

    Yingling also pulled down 16 rebounds in the Lady Hawks’ 66-40 loss to John Hardin’s Lady Bulldogs.

    John Hardin was in control for most of the game, trailing just once at 5-4 after LaRue County’s Presley Brown buried a 3 off an assist from fellow freshman guard Mallory Williams with 4:01 left in the first quarter.

  • LaRue prepares to host District Tournament

    Both the girls and boys basketball teams at LaRue County High School are looking to right the ship heading into their respective district tournaments, after middle-of-the-road regular seasons.

    Lady Hawks

    It’s been an especially difficult season for the Lady Hawks, as they lost Miss Kentucky Basketball in Ivy Brown, and a player who averaged over 22 points per game in Alexis Brewer.

  • Yingling's transfer a plus for Lady Hawks

    Alyson Yingling has taken an unorthodox route to being a senior starter on the LaRue County Lady Hawks basketball team. Her family moved to Hodgenville from Fairbanks, Alaska, during her junior year. That move would be difficult for anyone, but for a high school student going into her upperclassmen years, it was especially difficult.

  • BASKETBALL: Hawks outplayed at Taylor

    Taylor County posted its 18th victory by double digits and its eighth by 30 or more points by dominating LaRue County 68-27 at home on Friday night.
    Six of seven Cardinals scored in each of the first two quarters as Taylor County built a 43-13 cushion after the Hawks managed only three points in the second period.
    Another three-point third made it 56-16.
    David Sloan led a balanced TCHS attack with 17 points while Ezra Oliver, Quentin Goodin and Cam Morgeson had 12 apiece.

  • PHOTO: Watching the match
  • Hawks burned by Dragons on last-second shot

    The LaRue County Hawks almost pulled off an incredible comeback Friday night, but instead they experienced tremendous heartbreak.

    After trailing by 16 less than 4 minutes in, the Hawks trimmed the deficit to 30-28 at halftime and took their first lead in the third quarter. They battled back from a five-point deficit with 1:24 left to take a 67-66 lead with 9.5 seconds remaining.