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Today's Sports

  • Hawks can’t soar against Bears

    Coming off an emotional win the previous week, the Hawks knew they would have their hands full Friday night against a well-coached and an up-and-coming Spencer County Bears team.

    Spencer County Head Coach Mike Marksburry came to Hodgenville clearly upset about the special team’s performance against Shelby County who beat the Bears 39-38.

    “We allowed 24 points off our special teams last Friday night, but I was pleased with how our offense and defense responded,” said Coach Marksburry.

  • Soccer Hawks rocked by Waggener...

    On Thursday the Hawks (3-4) traveled to Louisville to battle a team they were not familiar with. For the first time in school history, LaRue County played Louisville Waggener.

    The Hawks struck early in the game with a goal by senior Miguel Martinez. Waggener answered with five goals of their own.

    Amidst the loss, Head Coach Derek Bell believes many positives were gleaned.

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks clawed by Bears

    The LaRue County Hawks lost Friday 49-14 to the Spencer County Bears.

    Senior Koy Lindsey scored for the Hawks in the first quarter. Junior running back Hunter Griffin added a touchdown in the third quarter.

    UP NEXT: LaRue County hosts Green County at 8 p.m. Friday.

  • PHOTO: A trip with the 'Cats
  • ‘Ultimate Fighter’ Shaine Jaime...

    Cumberland University – Cumberland University wrestling coach Todd Allen has announced the hiring of two-time All-American and The Ultimate Fighter Reality TV show coach Shaine Jaime as the program’s new full-time assistant coach.

    Jaime was a two-time Division II All-American at Central Washington University, placing third twice during his career for the Wildcats.

  • Soccer teams pick up wins, Nunn...

    GIRLS SOCCER

    LaRue County 11, Breckinridge County 1

    The Lady Hawks Soccer team picked up their first win of the season Aug. 25 with an impressive 11-1 victory over visiting Breckinridge County.

    Sophomore Gillian Nunn had a sensational game with four goals. Senior Rachel Wolf and her sister, freshman Natalie Wolf each provided two goals as well.

    Senior Nichole Thomas, sophomore Hattie Ward, and full-time goalkeeper Sierra Mullins also chipped in with a goal apiece.

  • LaRue breaks Hart for 33-28 win

    It was a very successful week for the fall sports of LaRue County High School as we saw some highly competitive contests and some special performances.

    FOOTBALL

    LaRue County 33, Hart County 28

  • Coach Craft provides mid-...

    The 18th District Cup Championship came to a close Monday as LaRue County hosted singles play at the 3,087 par 35 LaRue County Golf Club.

    There was a three-way tie for first place as sophomores Hunter McLaughlin and Cameron Dawson each shot a 39 while Hart County’s Matthew Atwell posted the same score.

    Final standings of the three-event cup championship: Hart County with 14 points, LaRue with 12 and Green Co. with 4 points.

    Mid-season report

  • Durbin fourth in Green All-Comers

    The LaRue County Cross Country Season got off to a “hot” start Thursday as the team traveled to Greensburg to compete in the six-team Green County All-Comers Meet. Temperatures exceeded 95 degrees, therefore the meet was modified to a 1.7 mile course instead of the usual 3.1 length.

    Both the girls and boys finished second overall in the six-team event.

    Senior Kristina Durbin came in fourth with a time of 12:18 in the modified event. Emily Pearman was seventh followed by Alexis Grimes (10th) and Clair Keller (13th).

  • Lady Hawks defeat C’ville,...

    Aug. 25 – LaRue County 2 sets, Campbellsville 1 set

    The Lady Hawks were able to hold off the home-standing Lady Eagles 2-1 Monday night. LaRue won the first set 25-20 while Campbellsville answered with a 22-25 win to force the third and final set.

    The Lady Hawks responded with a 25-16 third set victory to secure their third win on the season.

    Junior Keeahna Bowen led the way with 20 assists and 5 aces. Allyson and Tessa Yingling both had seven kills for the Lady Hawks.