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Today's Sports

  • LCMS Hawks finish regular season

    As the last week of the Boy’s Middle School basketball season rolled around, the Hawks played St. James on the road last Monday night in Elizabethtown.

  • Hawks continue winning

    The LaRue County Hawks varsity basketball team are continuing to win as they picked up three more wins this past week.

    The Hawks dismantled their district opponent, the Green County Dragons, by a score of 67-28 on Saturday, January 14.

    The Hawks struggled some in the first quarter only leading 17-13, but the last three quarters were not the same as the Hawks held the Dragons to 4 points in the second quarter and led 37-17 at halftime.

  • Lady Hawks beat Hart County

    The Lady Hawks varsity basketball team picked up an important 70-44 district win against the Hart County Lady Raiders last Friday, January 13.

    The Lady Hawks got ahead early and never looked back as they led 17-11 at the end of the first quarter and 36-20 at the second quarter. The Lady Raiders cut the lead to 45-31 at the end of the third, but the Lady Hawks finished with a strong 25 points in the fourth quarter to win by a 26 point margin.

  • Sports shorts - January 18, 2017

    LCYSA spring registration

    LaRue County Youth Soccer Association spring registrations will be at the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School cafeteria on January 21 and 28 from 10 a.m. to noon.  Spring age groups are U4 Mixed through U19 Mixed teams.  All girls teams may be available for U10, U12 and U14 age groups.    Either a birth certificate or a passport is required.  Please see our facebook page, our website http://laruecountyyouthsoccer.com/, or email us at lcysa.questions@gmail.com with questions.

    Rookie baseball camp

  • Brown joins 1,000 point club
  • LCHS Mat Hawks win section dual...

    The LaRue County Hawks had a successful weekend winning the section 6 duals at Thomas Nelson High School last Saturday. The Mat Hawks defeated a strong John Hardin squad in the finals.

    Team results: LaRue over Nelson County 82-0, LaRue over Thomas Nelson, 84-0, LaRue over Taylor County 69-10, LaRue over Bardstown 76-4 and LaRue over John Hardin 38-31

  • LCMS Mat Hawks win district

    The LCMS Mat Hawks were able to defend their title as reigning KSWA District 2 champions last Saturday.

    The Mat Hawks were also able to qualify 17 wrestlers for the upcoming KSWA Region 1 tournament, which will be held at John Hardin High School on Saturday, January 21.

  • Mat Hawks finish second

    The LCHS varsity wrestling team finished runner-up in the Defender of the Mat competition on Saturday, January 7.

    Mat Hawks Head Coach Eric Burrell said the Mat Hawks walked away with the second place trophy and several individual medals despite some hardships. Due to five match restrictions, he said some wrestlers were unable to wrestle in their third/fourth place match and were defaulted to fourth place.

  • 6th grade starts league play

    The LaRue County sixth grade travel basketball team began league play in Elizabethtown last Saturday and their first opponent was a team from Bernheim.

    The sixth grade travel Hawks came out of the gate a little rusty after the holiday break and the score at half-time revealed the slow start with a 16-15 lead over Bernheim. In the second half, the Hawks defensive energy came alive and several easy buckets were scored off turnovers. With less than two minutes in the game, the Hawks finally took a six point lead and the final score of the game was 34-28.

  • LaRue/Nelson County youth...

    This past Saturday the Boys Youth League basketball action tipped off and all three sixth grade Youth teams played at Bardstown Middle School.

    Team #1 is coached by Paul Childress and Eric DeVary and they played Bardstown #4 this past Saturday in a close game in which Bardstown #4 came out on top by a score of 43 to 35.

    Landon Colvin led the team in scoring with 11, Carsen DeVary had 8, Jacob Hunter had 8, Carson Childress had 7, and Ethan Sullivan had 1.