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Today's Sports

  • Lady Hawks win first 18th...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks won their first 18th District Soccer championship by beating Marion County 2-1 in a thrilling shootout Thursday night.

    For the second straight year, LaRue County (15-2-2) advances to the 5th Region Tournament.

    Senior defender Peyton Gardner made the final penalty kick to give LaRue County the win over the Lady Knights.

    Freshman attacker Gillian Nunn scored in regulation off an assist from junior midfielder Rachel Wolf.

  • Jack Mitchell Cross Country...

    The Jack Mitchell Cross Country Invitational was held Tuesday, Oct. 1 at the new cross country course behind Hodgenville Elementary. Over ten schools participated in this growing run meet and the Middle School Boys Team from LaRue County placed first in the event. The meet is held annually and is named after long-time LaRue County track coach Jack Mitchell who continues to coach from the sidelines!
     

  • Cameron Dawson competes at state...

    LaRue County’s Cameron Dawson played last week in the KHSAA State Golf Tournament.

    The freshman’s day started with an uncharacteristic triple bogey and he did’t settle down until the back nine. Dawson ended up with a 12-over-par 84 to miss the cut by five strokes.

    “I haven’t had much experience playing at 7 in the morning,” Dawson said. “The course was wet and playing really long. The wind started to pick up on the seventh or eighth hole. That made it even more difficult.”

  • LCMS beats Campbellsville for...

    LaRue County Middle School won the Central Kentucky Middle School Athletic Conference Bowl on Oct. 5.

    The Hawks defeated Campbellsville Middle School 14-12 in overtime.

    The Eagles took a 6-0 lead in the second quarter on a 7-yard pass from Tyrion Taylor to Tristan Johnson. However, the visiting Hawks knotted the score two minutes later and the game stayed tied throughout regulation.

  • Lady Hawks 2-1 in Henderson...

    The Lady Hawks defeated the visiting John Hardin Lady Bulldogs Oct. 8, 25-21, 25-23, 25-17.

    LaRue County fought off rallies from John Hardin in the first and second sets and then cruised to a win in the third set.

    The Lady Hawks start four seniors and have 13 wins in their last 14 matches, so it’s usually pretty easy for them to identify their mistakes.

  • Special teams plays costly...

    The LaRue County Hawks won the statistics battle Friday night, but they still lost the scoreboard war against Henry County.

  • Hawks fall to Bardstown

    On Monday the LaRue County Hawks traveled to Bardstown. Bardstown sought revenge for an 8-0 defeat on Hawks Senior night last year.

    The game was what the Hawks expected—physical but fair, total commitment from both teams desperate to show they wanted to win—with Bardstown striking first blood. The Hawks leveled the score shortly before half time with a goal from Senior Curtis Milby.

    Half time came and for the first time this season, the coaching staff had nothing to do as the Hawks were playing an almost perfect team game.

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks face Henry...

    Another week, another key player gone for the winless LaRue County Hawks.

    This time it’s senior end/linebacker Michael Neal, who suffered a leg injury Tuesday in an auto accident. Neal was one of the few Hawks to have started every game, carrying the ball 26 times for 64 yards and a touchdown, leading the team in receptions (four) and receiving yards (115), recovering a fumble and leading the team in total tackles (27) and solo stops (20).

  • Railsplitter Run
  • Sports Shorts - October 9, 2013

    HMH Run for Fun
    Hardin Memorial Health will sponsor a 5K Run for Fun 9 a.m. Nov. 9 at Freeman Lake Park, Elizabethtown. Race is chip timed for accuracy. Register at www.hmh.net. Free long-sleeved T-shirt for pre-registered participants. Non-refundable entry fee before Oct. 26 is $20. Late registration is $30. Top-three male and female overall finishers will receive cash prizes and a trophy. First is $100; second is $75; third is $50. All proceeds will fund Lakewood Elementary’s Project Fit America Program.

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