Today's Sports

  • LaRue Co. ballfields receiving...

    The LaRue County Parks and Recreation Center is undergoing several upgrades before the 2016 baseball and softball seasons start.

    Eric DeVary, LaRue County Parks and Recreation Center Board Chairman, said the board makes improvements each year in order to make the park a “safer and more user friendly facility.” In recent years, he said they have created more restroom facilities, replaced dugouts and replaced fencing.

  • Doing the right thing

    LCHS Principal Kyle Goodlett has always emphasized to his students and faculty to do the right thing, because it’s the right thing to do. For senior tennis player Preston Howell, doing the right thing all the time has become second nature.

    Head Tennis Coaches Terry Caven and Allison McDowell have watched Howell mature into a model student-athlete, along with displaying outstanding leadership qualities for the tennis program.

  • LCHS Hawks prepare for spring...
  • Sports shorts - March 2, 2016

    Lincoln’s Birthday 5K

    The Lincoln’s Birthday 5K run will take place at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 5 at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. Preregistration is $20 for adults and $10 for children who are school age or younger. On-site registration is $25 for adults and $15 for children. For more information email Misty Bivens at misty.bivens@larue.kyschools.us.

    LaRue County Chamber of Commerce

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Scramble will be held April 22. For more information contact the Chamber office at 270-358-3411.

  • Hawks lose to Caverna

    The LCHS Hawks basketball team lost a close game 54-43 to the Caverna Colonels in the opening round of the 18th district tournament last Tuesday.

    The leading score for the Colonels is Kentucky Mr. Basketball candidate Mason Faulkner who scored 31 points against the Hawks.

  • Lady Hawks fall to Caverna

    The LCHS Lady Hawks varsity basketball team lost a hard-fought game against the Caverna Lady Colonels 68-52 last Tuesday night in the first round of the 18th district tournament.

    The Lady Hawks had to go up against one of the best players in the region in Madison Faulkner, who is a senior for the Lady Colonels. Faulkner scored 43 points in the game.

  • Bigger, faster, stronger

    Bigger, Faster, Stronger. Three characteristicS commonly used among coaches encouraging young players to develop if they want playing time to increase. For Sophomore Ty Morris, those three words have been an offseason focus.

    The last eight months have been dedicated to specifically getting bigger, faster, and stronger for Morris. He is optimistic that the work he has put in will come to fruition for the Hawks Baseball team this season. Morris has grown up around the game of baseball.

  • Former LaRue County star Ivy...

    Basketball has always come naturally to Ivy Brown, a 2014 LaRue County High School graduate who is having a breakout sophomore season as a member of the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.

    As a starter on an NCAA tournament bubble team, Brown is boasting huge numbers and is a major reason the Hilltoppers are 20-5 on the season and 11-3 in the Conference USA.

    Brown, through 25 games, is averaging 12.2 points and a team-best 9.2 rebounds per game, putting her within arms reach of a double-double average.

  • Hawks finish season with two wins

    The LCHS boys varsity basketball team finished their regular season by winning the last two games on their schedule.

    The Hawks defeated the Elizabethtown Panthers 61-57 last Tuesday night.

    After trailing the Panthers 12-13 at the end of the first quarter, the Hawks came back in the second quarter to tie the game 29-29 at halftime. The Hawks came out strong in the second half leading 46-39 at the end of the third quarter. The Panthers attempted comeback in the fourth quarter fell short as the Hawks won the game with a final score of 61-57.

  • Lady Hawks lose final season game

    The LCHS girls varsity basketball team finished their regular season with a 76-60 loss to the Marion County Lady Knights last Friday night.

    The Lady Hawks led 18-16 at the end of the first quarter, but the Lady Knights put up 25 points in the second quarter to lead 41-35 at halftime. The Lady Hawks cut the lead to 51-46 at the end of the third quarter. The Lady Hawks hope of a comeback faded away in the fourth quarter as the Lady Knights put up another 25 points to win the game 76-60.