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Today's Sports

  • LCHS Mat Hawks qualify for state...

    Qualifying for the State Duals has been a rite of passage over the years at LaRue County and the LCHS Mat Hawks added another notch to that tradition last Saturday by winning the Section 6 Duals in the small-school division.

    LaRue County edged Louisville Doss, 33-31 to win its sectional and qualify for the Kentucky Wrestling Coaches’ Association State Duals for the third straight season.

  • LCMS Mat Hawks win championship

    The LCMS Mat Hawks travelled to John Hardin High School last Saturday and won the 2016 KSWA District 2 Championship.

    The individual bracketed tournament, which is comprised of eight teams, is the first of three tournaments remaining for the Hawk wrestlers this season. The tournament advances the top 4 placers at each weight to the Region 1 Championship in Cadiz on Saturday, January 23. During the region championship, each wrestler will compete to advance to the KSWA State Championships on Sunday, February 7 at the Louisville Convention Center. 

  • Arnette competes in national...
  • Lady Hawks beat Hart Co.

    The LCHS Lady Hawks varsity basketball team picked up a much needed 65-47 win last Friday against Hart County.

    The Hart County win put the Lady Hawks record at 6-12 on the season and 3-3 in district action.

  • LCHS Mat Hawks qualify for state...

    Qualifying for the State Duals has been a rite of passage over the years at LaRue County and the LCHS Mat Hawks added another notch to that tradition last Saturday by winning the Section 6 Duals in the small-school division.

    LaRue County edged Louisville Doss, 33-31 to win its sectional and qualify for the Kentucky Wrestling Coaches’ Association State Duals for the third straight season.

  • LCMS Hawks compete in conference...

    The 7th and 8th grade Boy’s Basketball Teams started conference tournament play this past week.  

    On Monday night, the 7th grade opened play against North Middle School. The Hawks opened up a 20-8 halftime lead and cruised to a 39-21 victory. The Hawks moved the ball very well on offense to get multiple easy shots and played solid defense. The Hawks were led in scoring by Kaleb Graham with 16 points.

  • Hawks lose two strait district...

    The LCHS boys varsity basketball team lost two district games last week bringing their record to 8-8 on the season and 1-4 in district play.

    The Hawks lost a close 54-46 game to Hart County Raiders last Friday night.

    The game remained close in the first half with the the Radiers leading 15-9 at the end of the first quarter. The Hawks were able to tie the game 22-22 at halftime. In the second half, the Raiders regained a 35-32 lead at the end of the third quarter and they went on to win the game in the fourth quarter with a final score of 54-46.

  • Sports Shorts

    Soccer registration

    Youth Soccer Association Spring 2016 registrations are from 10 a.m. to noon on January 23 and 30 at the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School cafeteria. Registrations are for ages 2 to 18 and a birth certificate copy is required.

    Pickleball

    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

  • LCHS JV and Freshman results

    JV and freshman results

    Boys JV

    The LCHS Hawks JV team beat Hart County 51-24 last Thursday and they are 3-3 on the season. Their next game is away at 7 p.m. on Thursday, January21 at Green County.

    Scoring from the game against Hart County: Noah Davis 20, Dailliss Cox 9, Kendrick Weather and Isaiah Sublett both had 5 each; Keaton Puckett, Austin Long and Blake Shleton all had 3 points each and Phillip French got 2.

    Boys Freshman

  • Gifted and relentless

    To whom much is given, much is required. This quote from the Bible reminds me of certain athletes at LaRue County High School who have been blessed with a great deal of talent, whether it be on the playing field or in the classroom. Such is the case for Sophomore Mallory Williams who is a gifted athlete, but is relentless in her efforts to be better than the day before.

    Williams discovered her love for basketball on the playground during recess.