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Today's Sports

  • Lady Hawks lose two straight...

    The LCHS Lady Hawks varsity basketball team lost to Adair County and Green County this past week.

    The Lady Hawks lost to the Green County Lady Dragons last Friday night 56-28.

    The Lady Dragons doubled the score in the first quarter with a 22-9 lead and they led 35-13 at the half. The bleeding didn’t stop for the Lady Hawks in the second half as they trailed 54-17 at the end of the third quarter. The Lady Dragons put the game away in the fourth quarter with a score of 56-28.

  • LCMS basketball Hawks finish...

    The 7th and 8th Grade Basketball teams travelled to TK Stone MS and West Hardin MS this past week.  

    On Tuesday night both teams played at TK Stone Middle Schools.  The 7th grade team lost by a score of 34-19.   TK Stone led by 4 points at the half and used a 16-6 second half to stretch the lead and win the game.   The 8th grade team also lost to TK Stone by a score of 42-31.

  • Meet the new LCHS track head...

    Jobie Hooper will take over the boys track program at LaRue County High School. Hooper has been assisting with track the last three years at LCHS with former coach Orion Tucker. A 1984 graduate of Del City High School in Del City, Oklahoma, Hooper was a standout football player and track hurdler. He also played baseball and wrestled while in High School.

  • LCHS girls freshman results

    The LCHS freshman Lady Hawks lost to Nelson County 33-21 last Monday, January 4 and they lost to Green County 48-28 on Monday, January 11. They are now 2-5 on the season and their next game is away against Central Hardin on Wednesday, January 13 at 6:30 p.m.

    Scoring in game against Nelson County:

    Kristen Boone 13, Emma Bell 3, Ameena Wells 3, Chloe Childress 2 and Bella Thurman 2.

    Scoring in game against Green County:

    Kristen Boone 15, Emma Bell 8, Holly Yingling and Chloe Childress 2 each and Ameena Wells 1.  

  • LCHS girls JV basketball results

    The LCHS JV Lady Hawks defeated Green County 42-30 on Monday, January 11. They are now 2-4 on the season and their next game is at home on Monday, January 18 against Bullitt Central at 6 p.m.

    Scoring in game against Green County:

    Kristen Boone 14, Jessi O’Bryan 11, Sara Warren 6, Sophie Akin 5 and Savia Brashear 4.

  • LCHS boys basketball freshman...

    The LCHS boys freshman team defeated Nelson County last Monday by a score of 50-36.   The Hawks were down 17-15 at the half but use a 23-7 third quarter run to take a 14 point lead into the 4th quarter.   The Hawks hit 7 three pointers in the second half to help seal the game.  

    The Hawks are now 3-1 on the season and their next game is at home on Thursday, January 14 against Hart County at 7 p.m.

    Scoring in game against Nelson County:  

  • Lady Hawks win final game of...

    The LCHS Lady Hawks varsity basketball team ended a two game losing streak in the South Central Bank Halton Classic with a 58-40 win against the Caverna Lady Colonels last Wednesday.

    The Lady Hawks came out firing on all cylinders with as they led 12-4 at the end of the first quarter and 22-16 at halftime. The Lady Hawks kept the pedal to the floor in the second half as they led 33-27 at the end of the third quarter and they put the game away in the fourth quarter with a final score of 58-40.

  • Hawks lose to North Bullitt in...

    The LCHS Hawks varsity basketball team lost to the North Bullitt Eagles 65-56 in the LaRue County Holiday Classic championship game last Wednesday.

  • Hooper hired as LCHS track head...

    LaRue County Athletics Director David Dawson recently announced the hiring of Jobie Hooper as the LCHS head boys track coach.

    Hooper is a 1984 graduate of Del City High School in Del City, Oklahoma where he played football, wrestling, baseball and track. He played football and track at Bethany College in Linsborg, Kansas from 1984-1989.

  • Mat Hawks compete at Takes Creek

    The LaRue County Wrestling team competed at the Tates Creek Invitational on Saturday, January 2. The team placed seventh place out of twenty teams. Four out of the nine Hawks wrestlers placed in the top four in their weight classes.

    Head Coach Eric Burrell said he was happy with the way the Hawks wrestled, despite several key starters were still missing due to injury.