Today's Sports

  • Freshman basketball results -...

    Hawks 46 vs Etown 32 11/28/16

    The Hawks freshman basketball team opened its season with a 46-32 win over Elizabethtown.   The Hawks jumped out to a 6 point lead at halftime and use a big third quarter to pull away from the Panthers.   The Hawks hit 9 of their 10 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the game.   The Hawks were led in scoring by Warner Bryan with 19 points and Chance Bowen with 11 points.

    Lady Hawks 32 vs. John Hardin 21 11/30/16

  • JV basketball results - December...

    LCHS Hawks 60 vs. Caverna 35 12/1/16

    LCHS Hawks JV team opened the season at Caverna with a 60-35 victory.   The Hawks used a smothering press in the first quarter to jump out to a 22-2 lead.   The Hawks then outscored Caverna 38-33 over the next three quarters for the final margin of victory.  

    The Hawks were led in scoring by Bryson Cobb with 13, Anthony Adkins and Dailliss Cox each had 10.

    Their next game is this Saturday at home against Thomas Nelson at 6 p.m.

    LCHS JV Lady Hawks 43 vs. Meade Co. 41 12/1/16

  • Sports shorts - December 7, 2016


    Pickleball is being played at 5:30 p.m., Mondays and Thursdays at the Board of Education gym on College Street. Pickleball is free to anyone interested in learning the sport, a combination of tennis and ping-pong. All equipment provided.

    LaRue County Park and Recreation Board

    The LaRue County Park and Recreation Board meets 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at the Park. For more information, call Eric DeVary at 270-358-8386.

  • 8th grade Hawks continue to win

    As week six of the Boy’s Middle School Basketball season kicked in, the Boy’s Middle School Hawks hosted Scott Middle School from Fort Knox last Monday, November 28.

  • LCHS competitive cheer prepare...

    We have often heard that the road to success is always under construction. The construction process for the LCHS cheer squad has been a challenging one to say the least over the last six months as their season comes to a conclusion at the KHSAA State Competitive Cheer event this Saturday, December 10.

  • Mat Hawks have good showing in...

    The LaRue County High School Mat Hawks had two good showings in the Oldham County Super Duals last Saturday and the Woodford County Tri-Dual last Wednesday.

    The Mat Hawks finished first in the Woodford County Tri-Dual last Wednesday. The results were LaRue County 48 vs. Woodford County 36 and LaRue County 60 vs. Taylor County 24. Individual results were not available at press time.

    Burrell said that the Woodford County Tri-Duals was the toughest match they have had all season.

  • Sixth Grade Hawks dominate...

    The LaRue County sixth grade Travel Hawks played in Bardstown last Thursday night to take on my Old Kentucky Home’s sixth grade Middle School team and the Hawks walked away with a 45-37 victory.

    The Hawks jumped out to a 20 to 10 half-time lead and continued building that lead by the end of the third quarter with a 35 to 19 lead. In the fourth quarter a lot of missed opportunities let my Old Kentucky Home back into the ballgame before the Hawks were able to hold off a late rally securing the victory.

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  • Lady Hawks 0-2 on season

    The LCHS Lady Hawks started their season with an 0-2 record after losing to Meade County and Central Hardin last week.

    The Lady Hawks lost to Meade County Lady Waves last Thursday 78-61.

    The game started out bad for the Lady Hawks as they trailed 27-8. The Lady Hawks put up 23 points in the second quarter and cut the lead to 42-31 at halftime.

    But things got worse for the Lady Hawks in the second half as they never could come back with the Lady Waves leading 64-43 at the end of the third quarter and they held on in the fourth quarter to win 78-61.

  • Hawks beat Grant Co. 83-63

    The LCHS Hawks varsity basketball team won their first game of the season last Saturday in the Corky Cox Classic as they easily beat the Grant County Braves 83-63.

    The Hawks came out firing on all cylinders as they led the Braves 24-12 at the end of the first quarter and 47-30 at the half.