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Today's Sports

  • Cross Country: Sandidge tops in...

     After he let a potential breakthrough win slip away last year, Adam Sandidge returned to the site of his demise and atoned for it by breaking away for a 13-second victory Saturday in the 59-runner Class 2-A, Region 2 cross country championship.

    The LaRue County junior covered the course at Ephram White Park in 16 minutes, 45.15 seconds to beat his previous season best by more than 10 seconds.

    Last year, Sandidge led the region meet for most of the race before fading down the stretch and finishing third.

  • Cross County: Durbin heading to...

    LaRue County sophomore Kristina Durbin took 12th Saturday in the 68-runner Class 2-A, Region 2 cross country championship. She earned her third trip to next week’s State championship meet.

    Durbin ran the course in 21:40.07.

    The Lady Hawks took eighth in the Region.

    Competing also for the Lady Hawks were sophomore sophomores Kaelyn Herrin (43rd, 24:17.98), Amanda Brewer (48th, 24:36.28) and Amanda Adyani (50th, 24:50.56), freshman Brigid Walters (57th, 26:16.65) and senior Alisha Durbin (62nd, 26:47.51).

  • PHOTO: Tennis tourney raises $2,...

     The LaRue County Elite Open Tennis Tournament held Oct. 20 raised $1,000 for St. Jude Children’s Hospital and $1,000 to purchase tennis equipment for elementary and middle school physical education programs. Superintendent Sam Sanders is fourth from left.

  • Sports Shorts - Oct. 31, 2012

     Boys little league basketball sign-ups

  • Coach recaps Hawks'...

     The 2012 version of the LaRue County High School boys soccer team played like champions and made history.  

  • Adam Sandidge wins cross-country...

     LaRue County’s Adam Sandidge, a senior, won the Mid-Kentucky Conference Championship in cross country  last week in Bardstown with a 30 second lead on the next competitor.

  • SOCCER: Coach is proud of his...

     The 2012 version of the LaRue County High School boys soccer team played like champions and made history. 

    And they were champions, winning the Barren County Trojan Classic Soccer Tournament.

    Alex Cook was named Most Valuable Player and Best Striker of the tournament after scoring seven goals, including both goals of the championship game.  Holden Blair was named Best Goalkeeper of the tournament, allowing only one goal, including a shutout in the championship game.

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks whip Washington...

    Five weeks ago, the LaRue County Hawks were 2-4 following a loss to Warren East. They had lost three straight and things weren’t looking so great for the boys from Hodgenville.

    After Friday night’s 49-7 dismantling of the visiting Washington County Commanders, the Hawks are riding a wave of momentum into the Class 3-A playoffs.

    They’ve reeled off three wins in their last four games to finish the regular season 5-5, a mark that didn’t appear attainable after Warren East won, 38-7 on Sept. 21.

  • CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS

    Jack Mitchell Invitational

    Oct. 11

    LaRue County

     

    Boys 5k Run

    1.  Adam Sandidge, 17:23.88                 

    11. Randy Young, 21:26.75                 

  • PHOTO:LCMS Lady Hawks basketball

     Members of the LaRue County Middle School basketball team are front from left,  Katelyn Boone, Autumn Riggs, Airyl Heath, Kaitlyn Warnshuis, Savia Brashear, Jordan Bradley, Zoie Webb, Kourtnee Davenport; back, Sara Warren, Mallory Williams, Jessi O’Bryan, Rachel Sheffer, Presley Brown, Peyton Murray and Sophie Akin.