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Today's Sports

  • Hawks clobber Caverna, pluck...

     The visiting Hawks struggled from the arc and the free-throw line, but still managed to pick up a 65-45 win Jan. 22 over the Eagles of Louisville Evangel Christian.

  • Wrestling coach to be recognized...

     Longtime Mat Hawk head coach Gary Canter will coach his last home wrestling match tonight.

  • "Killer B's"...

     “Chemistry, rebounding and unselfishness.”

  • Mat Hawks take third in state...

     Heading into the 2013 State Dual competition many around the state expected LaRue County to finish as one of the top four teams in Kentucky in the small school division. When the dust settled, the Mat Hawks took home the third-place trophy.

  • Youth wrestling results

     Results from the youth wrestling tournament at Meade County on Jan. 27:

    Thomas Hoppes, 2-1 (second place)

    Colby Padilla, 0-2

    Gabe Fortier, 2-1 (third)

    Jake Heady, 0-2 (third)

    Gavin Ferguson, 2-1 (third)

    Lucas Barnes, 1-1 (second)

    Dylan Thompson, 1-1 (second)

    Conlee Crossno, 2-0 (first)

    Dalton Rutledge, 2-1 (second)

    Noah Davis, 2-1 (second)

    Parker Anderson, 1-2 (third)

    Jesse Walters, 1-1 (second)

    Hunter Harrison, 3-0 (first)

  • Hawks defeat Louisville Evangel...

     The visiting Hawks struggled from the arc and the free-throw line, but still managed to pick up a 65-45 win over the Eagles of Louisville Evangel Christian.

    LaRue County was 3-of-19 on 3-pointers and 14-of-30 from the line.

    Senior guard Kelton Ford led the Hawks with 21 points, seven rebounds and four steals, while junior forward Kody Key-Close added 17 points and five steals.

    Senior guard Dustin Coulter chipped in with 10 points and two assists. Junior guard Thomas Harman scored nine points.

    LARUE COUNTY 65, EVANGEL CHRISTIAN 45

  • Upton man lands life devoted to...

     Being born and raised on a dairy farm had a great influence on Upton resident Chris Hines, who pursued his passions of working and fishing as he got older, overcoming obstacles along the way.

    Hines is a professional fisherman, a city councilman and a business owner.

    “From a young age, I knew what hard work was,” said Hines, 38. “That was something instilled in me at a young age.”

  • PHOTO: Future Hawks

     Youth league basketball players and coaches were recognized at a recent varsity basketball game. Right, Coach Reuter, Luken Bailey, Jamie Grimes and Ashlin Bailey. 

  • Sports Shorts - Jan. 23, 2013

     Saddle Club plans awards banquet

  • PHOTO: Newby kid in town

     Eighth-grader Seth Newby put up a shot in a recent game. The team recently won the district championship.