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Today's Sports

  • Lasley wins Louisville golf...
  • LaRue wrestler finishes in 2nd...
  • Play Ball!
  • Dawson wins award

    By CHUCK JONES

    The News-Enterprise

    LaRue County sophomore Cameron Dawson has made quite a name for himself in high school golf circles, but he also made a monstrous impact on the baseball diamond as well.

    Dawson won his second News-Enterprise Area Sophomore of the Year award, this time in baseball to go with the one he picked up during the fall for golf. He had an outstanding golf season, winning the Boys’ 5th Region Golf Tournament at Elizabethtown Country Club to earn his second consecutive state tournament berth.

  • Koy signs with St. Catherine...
  • Youth Sports Camp

    By David Dawson Correspondent

    Summer Youth Football and Basketball Camps at LaRue County High School are right around the corner. These camps offered at LCHS will serve as a great opportunity for individuals to showcase their talents while seeking instruction from certified high school coaches, along with current high school players.

    FOOTBALL

  • Color Run/Walk next month

    Imagine a 5K race where the object is not so much to see who wins as it is for everyone to have a good time.

    That’s what’s happening Aug. 8 at LaRue County High School when the school’s business and technology students host a first-ever “Taking Care of Business” Color Run/Walk.

  • Former Wildcats Drafted to NBA

    Imagine a 5K race where the object is not so much to see who wins as it is for everyone to have a good time.

    That’s what’s happening Aug. 8 at LaRue County High School when the school’s business and technology students host a first-ever “Taking Care of Business” Color Run/Walk.

  • Sports Shorts

    Pickleball

    Pickleball is being played 5-8 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays at the pavilion behind First Baptist Church on Tonieville Road. Free to anyone who is interested in learning the sport, a combination of tennis and ping-pong. All equipment provided.

    2015-16 Sports Pre-Participation Physicals

  • LCMS moving to a new conference

    After 24 years in the Central Kentucky Middle School Athletic Conference, LaRue County Middle School is moving to another conference that will be more time and fuel efficient, according to Lisa Drake, LCMS athletic director.

    “We feel it is the best move for our student athletes,” said Drake. “We love the fact that our kids will no longer have trips that are over an hour long, as all of the schools in the (Middle School Athletic Conference) are within 30 to 45 minutes.”