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Today's Sports

  • Fighting for the ball
  • Tour de LaRue draws 225

    About 225 recreational cyclists turned out for the 10th annual Tour de LaRue on Sept. 21 at Hodgenville Elementary School. Participants ranged from toddlers to seniors and in many cases the entire family joined in the event. Riders chose from three different routes with the longest being 6.5 miles through rural LaRue County.

  • Sallee’s Family Taekwondo...

    Sallee’s Family Taekwondo kicked off a new camp function at LaRue County’s Sportsman’s Lake in August.

    Students from Randall Sallee Jr.’s two American Taekwondo Association certified schools, one located in Hodgenville and the other in Campbellsville, attended. Parents were encouraged to attend and participate in the events along with their children.  

  • SOCCER: Meet the Lady Hawks

     Having brought home an 18th District runner-up trophy last season, LaRue County High School’s girls’ soccer team is taking it one game at a time this year, according to girls’ head coach Laura Kudrna.

  • Hawks to make ‘tactical changes’

    The Hawks defeated Hart County Monday, Sept. 9, 5-1.

    LaRue County High School Soccer Coach Derek Bell said the game was played in four, 20-minute quarters due to the heat index. It took some getting used to.

    The Hawks struggled, finally settling into their game, playing the ball on the floor pass and move as they eased past Hart County.

    “From a coaching standpoint it was nice to finally see the players get together and act as a team everyone working for the result that counted.”

  • Middle School Cross Country Team
  • Lady Hawks set school record...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks continued their school-record winning streak in a 1-0 victory over 18th District rival Marion County on Saturday.

    Junior midfielder Rachel Wolf notched the game-winner in a shootout for the Lady Hawks (8-1, 3-0 district), who won their eighth straight.

    LaRue County hasn’t lost since a season-opening 4-0 setback to 5th Region rival John Hardin.

    Junior keeper Sierra Mullins made six saves, recording her third straight shutout.

  • Livewirez
  • Sports Shorts - September 18,...

    Gender equity public comments
    There will be a gender equity public comment session 3-3:30 p.m. Sept. 18 in the LaRue County High School library.

    Saint Jude Charity golf scramble

  • Hawks at first home game Friday

    The LaRue County Hawks had a great first half against Green County Friday night. But a pair of fumbles in the second half turned the tide and the Hawks (0-4) fell, 50-21.

    At halftime, the Hawks were down 21-14. Senior wideout Michael Neal scored on a six-yard run in the first quarter and sophomore running back Marquis “Tootie” Franklin scored on a one-yard run on third-and-goal just before halftime.