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High School Sports

  • Durbin fourth in Green All-Comers

    The LaRue County Cross Country Season got off to a “hot” start Thursday as the team traveled to Greensburg to compete in the six-team Green County All-Comers Meet. Temperatures exceeded 95 degrees, therefore the meet was modified to a 1.7 mile course instead of the usual 3.1 length.

    Both the girls and boys finished second overall in the six-team event.

    Senior Kristina Durbin came in fourth with a time of 12:18 in the modified event. Emily Pearman was seventh followed by Alexis Grimes (10th) and Clair Keller (13th).

  • Lady Hawks defeat C’ville, Thomas Nelson

    Aug. 25 – LaRue County 2 sets, Campbellsville 1 set

    The Lady Hawks were able to hold off the home-standing Lady Eagles 2-1 Monday night. LaRue won the first set 25-20 while Campbellsville answered with a 22-25 win to force the third and final set.

    The Lady Hawks responded with a 25-16 third set victory to secure their third win on the season.

    Junior Keeahna Bowen led the way with 20 assists and 5 aces. Allyson and Tessa Yingling both had seven kills for the Lady Hawks.

  • SOCCER: Nunn leads Lady Hawks to win

    When North Hardin hosts LaRue County on Sept. 8, it’s a safe bet the Lady Trojans will do a better job of marking Gillian Nunn.

    Because on Saturday afternoon at LaRue County, the Lady Hawks’ sophomore forward did whatever she wanted against them.

    Nunn scored all her team’s goals in guiding LaRue County to a 4-1 win over its 5th Region rival.

    “They were trying to pressure us, but we had some good passes and breakaways through their defense,” said Nunn, who recorded her third multi-goal game of the young season.

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks defeat Hart

    Junior running back Hunter Griffin caught a 44-yard touchdown from senior quarterback Caleb Sheffer with 1:17 left in the game Friday night to lift the LaRue County Hawks to a 33-28 win over the visiting Hart County Raiders.

  • New head coach for competitive cheer squad

    For the LaRue County High School Cheerleading program, change is a common theme. To be a successful competitive cheer program it is necessary to make small and sometimes big changes in routines and positions often throughout a season. This year the program will undergo a change in leadership and personnel.

  • Dawson's Sports Week in Review

     Monday, Aug. 18

    • Volleyball vs. North Bullitt:  Lady Hawks come from a 1-2 set deficit to defeat the Lady Eagles in the first game of the season 3-2.

     

    • Girls Soccer at John Hardin (lost 2-7)

    Gillian Nunn scored two goals while Natalie Wolf and Nichole Thomas with the assist on each goal.  Goalkeeper Sierra Mullins with 11 saves. 

     

    • Golf at Green County Country Club

    18th District Cup

    Par 36 - 3267 yards

    Alternate Shot

  • Summer practices indicate fall success

    This season the LaRue County High School Boys’ Cross Country Team will arrive at meets with a solid young group of experienced runners. Gone from last year’s team will be Adam Sandidge who wrapped his senior season up with his second region championship and a top-five finish at the KHSAA State Cross Country Meet.
    Sandidge is a freshman at Campbellsville University and is part of the cross country team there.

  • 2014 Cross Country Schedule

    2014 CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE
    Aug. 28    - GREEN COUNTY ALL-COMER
    Sept. 6    - CENTRAL KY RUN FOR THE GOLD (E’TOWN SPORTS PARK)
    Sept. 9 - WARFARE CLASSIC     (THOMAS NELSON HIGH)
    Sept. 11     - LARUE CO. ALL-COMERS (HODGENVILLE ELEMENTARY)
    Sept. 16     - BERNIE KEENE INVITATIONAL (NELSON COUNTY HIGH)
    Sept. 20     - FAIRGROUND FRENZY    (HARDIN CO. FAIRGROUNDS)

  • GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: Three starters return to run

    The LaRue County High School Girls’ Cross Country team looks to have a nice blend of youth and a few veterans to lead the way this season. Fourth-year Coach Jackie Harley is expecting a building season with the girls’ program.  

  • Hawks look to future, put ’13 season behind

    Each and every one of us go through struggles in our daily lives. To say Head Coach Josh Jaggers went through a three-month struggle with his 2013 varsity football season is a huge understatement.

    This year’s 2014 Hawks football team remembers the pain and struggle experienced last season, and is determined to right the wrong that took place last year going 0-11.