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Today's Sports

  • Mat Hawks finish runner-up in...

    The LaRue County Hawks wrestling team participated in the Oldham County Super Duals at Oldham County High School on Saturday, December 2.

    The 16 team tournament featured five top 15 duals teams in the state and the Hawks finished runner-up going 4-1 on the day.

    LaRue County advanced to the semi-finals defeating South Oldham 57-23, Oldham B 70-12, and #12 Apollo 64-12.

  • Hawks win season opener

    The LaRue County Hawks varsity basketball team won their first game of the season beating East  Jessamine Jaguars 65-53 in the Corky Cox Classic on Saturday, December 2.

    The Hawks got off to a slow start falling behind by 6 points, but a couple of three pointers by Noah Davis helped the Hawks take a 14-13 lead after the first quarter.  Mark Goode put up 11 points in the second quarter as the Hawks extended the lead out to 33-26 at halftime.

  • Lady Hawks beat Daviess Co.

    The Lady Hawks varsity basketball team is now 1-1 on the season after beating the Daviess County Lady Panthers 40-35 and losing to the North Bullitt Lady Eagles 66-32.

    The Lady Hawks trailed 16-13 in the first quarter and the Eagles extended their lead to 26-17 at halftime. The Eagles put up 24 points compared to the Lady Hawks 8 points in the third quarter to lead 50-25. The Eagles put the game away in the fourth quarter outscoring the Lady Hawks by 9 points. The final score was 66-32.

  • The laid back athlete of LCHS

    Over the last four years at LaRue County High School, fans have witnessed various athletic team and individual athletic success. However, in between all that success, fans have been privy to one of the best pure athletes to walk the halls of LCHS, in senior Shane King.

    Characteristics such as quiet, unique, competitive, smooth, gifted, and special describe King. Very rarely does an athlete come along with the pure talent that King possesses.

    On the football field, Head Coach Josh Jaggers credits King for a good part of their success this season.

  • LCMS basketball had busy week

    Last week was a busy week for the LCMS Boys’ basketball Hawks as they entered into their sixth week of play.

    On Monday, November 27, the Hawks hosted the North Middle School Trojans with the 7th grade Hawks tipping off the evening.

    In the first quarter, the Hawks started off fast pouring in fourteen points and holding the Trojans to six points. By halftime, the Trojans cut the Hawks lead down to 22-18 as the Hawks struggled with the Trojans full-court defense.

  • Brown leaves behind legacy

    The community is mourning the loss of a well known LaRue County Schools educator and athletics coach who passed away last week.

    Robert Michael “Coach” Brown, 65, of Hodgenville passed away on Saturday, November 25. Brown was well known in the community after serving as a LaRue County Schools educator and sports coach for 36 years before retiring in 2013.

  • LCMS basketball takes on Green...

    Because of the holiday break, the LCMS Boy’s Middle School basketball team had only one game on the hardwood last week and it was a home game against Green County Middle on Tuesday, November 21.

    The 7th grade Hawks tipped off the night of action hoping to move their winning streak to six games in a row. In the first quarter of play the Hawks jumped out to a 12-7 lead as both teams struggled to find consistency on both ends of the floor. By the end of the second quarter, the Hawks had built a 24-13 lead heading into halftime.

  • Fortier wins big
  • Sports shorts - November 29, 2017

    HeartChase

       The American Heart Association, HeartChase will be held on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. and the walk begins at 5:00 p.m. at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown. For more information www.heartchase.org.

    Pickleball LaRue County

    Opportunity for fun and exercise by playing Pickleball for beginners at the Board of Education office on College Street in Hodgenville on Sundays at 5 p.m. There are also regular sessions on Monday and Thursday at 5 p.m. All equipment is provided.

  • First class act

    The great Paul “Bear” Bryant would always tell his teams to “show class, have pride, and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself.” By heeding the words of Bryant, senior Hawks wrestler Dalton Bell has always proven to have a winning attitude.