Today's Sports

  • Sports shorts - February 15, 2017

    LaRue County Youth Baseball/Softball

    The LaRue County Youth baseball and softball sign-ups for the spring season are now open. Signups are underway at www.laruecountyyouthbaseball.siplay.com or sign up in person on February 24-26 at the LaRue County Parks and Recreation Center. The last day for registration is February 28, 2017. For more information call Jerry McBride at 270-766-8751.

    Golf Scramble

  • Hawks on four game win streak

    The LaRue County Hawks boy’s varsity basketball team had a milestone week winning three games, which included Head Coach Paul Childress picking up his 200th win as the Hawks head coach.

    The Hawks won a close 75-70 win against the Taylor County Cardinals in overtime last Friday, February 10.

    The Hawks only trailed 14-13 at the end of the first quarter, but they fell farther behind in the second quarter as the Cardinals led 34-29 at halftime.

  • Senior night for Lady Hawks

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks varsity basketball team lost two big games this past week

    The Lady Hawks lost a close 44-38 game to the Taylor County Lady Cardinals last Friday, February 10.

    The Lady Hawks kept the game tied 7-7 at the end of the first quarter. However, the Lady Cardinals found the rhythm in the second quarter to lead 27-17. After halftime, the Lady Cardinals held on to their 10 point lead as they led 35-25 at the end of the third quarter and held off a Lady Hawks comeback in the fourth to win by six.

  • 6th grade youth basketball...

    Team #1 fell to East Hardin Red this past Saturday by a score of 47 to 18. Tate Wootton led the team in scoring with 12 points and 1 rebound, Grayson White had 6 points and 3 rebounds, Patrick Butterworth had 2 rebounds, Luke Howell, Scott Bryant, Ryan Clark, and Cameron Williams had 1 rebound each. Team #1 presently has a 2-5 record on the season.

  • Hawks coaches reflect on Etown...

    With a rivalry that has existed for decades, LaRue County Hawks Head Coach Paul Childress and Assistant Coach Paul Handley reflect on the rivalry against Elizabethtown as players and coaches.

    Handley said the rivalry has existed since the consolidation of all the high schools in the county into LaRue County High School in the 1950s. He said “without a doubt” Elizabethtown has always been the Hawks biggest rival.

  • DeVary commits to Columbia

    By Grant Wieman

    Landmark News Service

    LaRue County senior Seth DeVary is smarter than most folks, which is why an Ivy League university asked him to come to its school.

    He’s also a better football player than most, which is why the coaches for the Columbia Lions asked him to suit up for their team next season.

    The 6-foot-5, 285-pounds DeVary signed his letter of intent to do that last Thursday at LaRue County High School.

  • Mat Hawks Tourney preview

    The LaRue County Hawks Wrestling team will travel to Radcliff Friday to begin the Region 2 wrestling tournament at North Hardin High School. Wrestling will begin approximately 7 p.m. this Friday and 9 a.m. this Saturday.

    The Hawks are the projected favorite to win its 12th team region championship. However Meade County, John Hardin, North Hardin and Apollo will provide some stiff competition.

    Here are the Hawks individual wrestlers who will compete in the tournament style format of the region tournament:

  • 6th Grade Boy's travel...

    This past Saturday the 6th Grade Boy’s Travel Basketball team entered into the fifth week of league play in the Elizabethtown Youth League as they defeated the T.K. Girls’ team by a score of 45 to 18.

    Caden Davis and Carson Childress led the Hawks with 10 points each, Luke Trumbo had 6; Tate Wootton, Grayson White, and Cutter Boley had 5 points each and Curtis Ford and Landon Colvin each scored 2 points each.

  • LCMS volleyball results

    By Donnie Davis


    As the second week of LCMS girls’ volleyball kicked in, the Hawks hosted North Middle and St. James this past week.

    Last Monday night the Hawks hosted North Middle to begin their two game home-stand and the Hawks were victorious in both the 7th and 8th grade matches. The 7th grade Lady Hawks began the night by claiming a victory by winning the first two sets (21-9, 21-9).

  • Church Volleyball begins