Today's Sports

  • Right place at the right time

    We often hear people say, “You are in the right place at the right time.”  For Senior Hawks Basketball player M.J. Embree, the right place is LaRue County High School and the right time is upon him as he embarks on the upcoming basketball season, which promises to be entertaining to say the least.

  • 7th, 8th grade Hawks pick up wins

    As the fourth week of Boy’s Middle School basketball season began, the Hawks hosted Stuart Pepper Middle School last Monday, November 14 and they traveled to Bluegrass Middle School last Thursday, November 17.

  • Sandidge wins national...

    Former LaRue County Hawks cross-country standout Adam Sandidge paved the way for Campbellsville Tiger cross country last Saturday, winning the NCCAA National Championship in Jackson, Mississippi.

    It was Campbellsville’s athletic department’s 24th overall national championship and 13th NCCAA title.

    Overall, the Tigers placed third of 17 teams in the Division I race.

  • LCMS Mat Hawks start season

    The LaRue County Middle School Mat Hawks started their season on Saturday, November 5 in the John Hardin Veterans Memorial tournament.

    The Mat Hawks finished 6th place overall out of 24 teams in the first tournament of the season. The young Hawks had 16 wrestlers compete in the match against competition from Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Tennessee with six wrestlers placing in the top 5.

  • Dawson signs with MSU
  • Blue/White night is this Friday

    The annual Blue/White night for the LCHS Hawks and Lady Hawks basketball teams is this Friday, November 18.

    The event will begin with a chili supper from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria followed by a scrimmage and other activities in the high school gym at 6:45 p.m.

    Both the boys and girls basketball programs will introduce their players from the freshman through the varsity teams. The LCMS basketball programs will also be introduced.

  • LaRue Co. Youth win Super Bowl
  • Brown is true to herself

    Keeping it simple, keeping it honest and keeping it you. Junior Lady Hawks Basketball player Presley Brown is not only simple and honest, but consistently true to herself.

  • Eighth grade Hawks pick up win

    As the third week of Boy’s Middle School basketball season began the Hawks found themselves on the road this past week traveling to Taylor County as well as to T.K. Stone Middle School.

    Last Monday, November 7 the road test began as the 7th grade Hawks were looking for their first win of the season taking on the Taylor County Cardinals.

  • Sixth grade Hawks fall to Taylor...

    The 6th grade travel Hawks traveled to Taylor County last Monday night to take on the Cardinal’s sixth grade Middle School team.

    The Hawks took an early lead in the first quarter by a score of 7 to 6, but the Cardinals took the lead at the half by a score of 18 to 15. With less than two minutes to go in the contest the Hawks cut the Cardinals lead to one, but the Cardinals pulled ahead with some late free-throws as the Hawks fell to the Cardinals by a score of 42-36.