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High School Sports

  • Lady Hawks defeat Louisville Southern

    The Lady Hawks Soccer Team defeated Louisville Southern 8-0 Aug. 20.
    The visiting Ladies (1-1-1) downed the Lady Trojans in their season opener behind three goals and one assist from Nancy Howell.
    Paige Nalley also had a hat trick, while Shelbi Brooks had two goals.
    Megan Smith and Abby Modrowski both had two assists, while Brooks and Sydney Price each had one assist.
    Loss to North Bullitt
    LaRue fell to North Bullitt 7-3 on Aug. 17.
    Smith scored twice and Modrowski once.
    Junior keeper Kasey Wells made 10 saves.

  • Hawks fall to North Bullitt in Forcht Bowl

    The LaRue County Hawks drew first blood in their football opener with the North Bullitt Eagles Saturday in the Forcht Bank Classic on the campus of Campbellsville University.
    Despite an aggressive start, the Hawks fell to their former district foe 26-7.
    In the opening LaRue drive, it looked like it could be a long night for North Bullitt.
    After North Bullitt’s opening possession resulted in a punt, LaRue County went 40 yards in seven plays with Newberry covering the final five yards for the score.

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks fall to North Bullitt

    NORTH BULLITT 26, LARUE COUNTY 7

    By Chris Megginson / Campbellsville University Sports Information

  • LaRue County Golf Results

    18th District Cup at Caveland Country Club – 3188 yards – Alternate Shot Format
    • Kyle Meredith/Jesse Hornback 3 up with 1 to play over Cody Smith/Jackson Riffle (Hart County)
    • Mason Shipp/Justin Riffle (Hart County) 2 up over Cameron Dawson/Austin Hite
    • Overall 18th District Cup Point totals through two weeks:
    LaRue Co - 3
    Caverna - 3
    Green Co - 1
    Hart Co - 1
    Next match: Thursday at home vs. Nelson County.

  • Lady Hawks’ soccer motivated for a better season

    Give Becky Hawkins this – the LaRue County Lady Hawks’ coach is honest almost to a fault.
    The Lady Hawks went 6-7-4 last season, getting outscored 54-26 and going winless (0-6-2) against 9th District teams.
    “Last year our main goal was not to get mercy ruled. That’s how low of a skill level we had,” Hawkins said. “Now our goal is to play a good game and work hard as best we can. Hopefully that hard work will pay off.”

  • Lady Hawks defeat Caverna, prepare for ‘Volley for the Cure’ fundraiser

    Sophomores Ivy Brown and Allison Evans combined for 18 kills to lead the homestanding LaRue County Lady Hawks to a 25-15, 26-24 win over 18th District rival Caverna Aug. 11.
    Brown had 10 kills and one ace, while Evans had eight kills and two blocks for the Lady Hawks (2-0 overall, 1-0 district).
    Junior Lauren Meredith added 11 assists. Junior Miranda Hornback had two kills and one ace.
    Coach Ben Schell said it’s “always good to pick up a district win early in the season.”

  • Golf team shows steady progress

    The LaRue County golf team has competed in four meets this fall and despite some “pretty common errors” in the first tournament, is showing progress, according to Coach Justin Craft.
    “Many kids lack consistency early in the season, and that’s an area we will look to improve upon as the season progresses,” Craft said.

  • Lady Hawks Volleyball schedule

    Aug. 11         7 p.m.         H      Caverna
    Aug. 16         5 p.m.         A           Hart
    Aug. 18         7:30 p.m.    A    Marion
    Aug. 22         7:30 p.m.    H         North Hardin

  • Lady Hawks return one starter for fall

    For the past three years, LaRue County has been a force to be reckoned with on the 5th Region volleyball scene. Since coach Ben Schell took over in the 2008 season, the Lady Hawks have averaged more than 23 overall wins and more than 17 region victories per season, appearing in the region tournament every year.

  • Lady Hawks attend soccer camp

    The Lady Hawks Soccer team recently attended camp hosted by Cambellsville University’s women’s soccer coach, Thom Jones.
    The Lady Hawks  worked exceptionally hard and are already making big changes on the field.
    Coach Jones’ wealth of knowledge has not only inspired this team, according to Lady Hawk Coach Becky Hawkins, but also changed the way they think about how the game of soccer is played.