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Today's Sports

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL WRESTLING: Hawks...

    On Saturday, the LaRue County Middle School Mat Hawks traveled to Elkhorn Middle School to compete in a 16-team dual competition. The Mat Hawks finished in third place defeating some top teams in the state in the process.

    “Saturday was a tough competition,” said head coach Dan Heady. “I was proud of the way we competed. We were missing two starters and had an injury during the day which meant we were short-handed for most of the day. The guys battled hard and we had a good showing.”

  • Upcoming sports

    LCHS golf meeting
    There will be a golf team meeting 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27 at the LaRue County Golf Course for any LaRue County student interested in playing golf this upcoming season. For more information, contact Jorge Venegas or Justin Craft at 358-2210.

    Chili supper before Homecoming

  • Donald Sprowles retires from...

    Donald Sprowles, who is retiring Dec. 31 as director of LaRue County Parks and Recreation, could be called the poster child of multi-tasking.

    Starting at age 13, when his 39-year-old father died of a heart attack, Sprowles, who lives on Ferrill Hill in Buffalo, has always taken on added responsibilities.

    Residing on a farm in the Levelwoods area, Sprowles continued the farm operation after his father’s death as well as attended school full time, first at Levelwoods, then at Buffalo High School where he graduated in 1955. 

  • Basketball teams start season...

    High school basketball season has arrived.

    The Hawks and Lady Hawks will kickoff the upcoming basketball season Friday, Nov. 19 with their annual Blue and White Night at LaRue County High School gym.

    The event begins with a fundraiser chili supper 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. Blue/White activities begin at 7 p.m.

    There is no admission charge. Tickets to the chili supper are $5 each and includes chili, sandwiches, dessert and drink.

  • Lee is a finalist for Iron Man

    Alex Lee, a senior running and defensive back on LaRue County’s Hawks football team, has been named one of 10 finalists for the Army Iron Man of the Year that honors Kentucky’s best two-way high school football players.

    Lee, 6-1, 205 pounds, earned the week-three Army Iron Man of the Week after rushing for 104 yards with a touchdown and grabbing an interception in LaRue County’s 19-7 win over Shelby County.

  • Football: Hawks defeat Butler...

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  • FOOTBALL: Hawks lose in playoffs

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  • Chris Allen named tennis coach...

    Chris Allen, LaRue County High School’s new boys’ and girls’ tennis coach, was a high school freshman when he developed his passion for the sport.

    “I was in P.E. when we played tennis as part of our class,” he said. His teacher, Jamie Hardin, observing his play, suggested he try out for the Hawks’ team, which he did.

  • Valerie Whitlock competes for...

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