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Today's Sports

  • Adam Lindsey resigns as coach at...

    Coaching three sports for several years took a hit on Adam Lindsey and as a result, he’s decided to give up coaching the sport involving a bat.

    After five seasons in charge of the John Hardin Bulldog baseball program, Lindsey tendered his resignation last week.

  • Dates set for sandhill crane...

    The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission voted June 3 to implement a sandhill crane hunting season beginning this year.
    The Kentucky Legislative Research Commission’s Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee will review the proposal following a public comment period. In addition to state legislative review, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service also must approve the proposal.

  • Nelson County Community Clinic...

    Nelson County Community Clinic 5K walk/run fundraiser will be Aug. 13.
    All race proceeds will be used to provide direct medical and dental patient services for the working, uninsured, low-income residents of Nelson County who qualify for clinic services.
    The race begins at 8 a.m. at Spalding Hall on Xavier Drive. The course is mostly flat and takes runners through Bardstown. No bicycles are allowed on the course. The course will officially close after 60 minutes. Register online at www.rivercityraces.com or call the clinic for registration brochures at 349-5990.

  • Freedom 5K Run/1-Mile Walk...

    The Freedom 5K Run/Walk, sponsored by Taylor Regional Hospital, will be held July 2 and is part of the Campbellsville Fourth of July celebration.
    The race starts in the parking lot at Campbellsville Middle School at 9 a.m. with pre-registration fee of $25. Pre-registration guarantees you a T-shirt and the cost on race day is $20 with registration beginning at 8 a.m.
    The first female and male finisher will receive an award in the 1-mile walk. Classes range from under 14 to 60 and up.

  • Lady Hawks place 12th at State

    LaRue County Middle School sent several athletes to the 2011 KTCCCA Middle School State Championships May 14 at Paul Dunbar High School, Lexington.

    Results

    Girls 4x800 Meter Relay
    12. LaRue County - 11:25.30 (Amanda Brewer, Clair Keller, Abby French, Harley Keller)
    (Out of 36 teams)

    Girls 100 Meter Hurdles
    36. Brooke Heibert

    Girls 4x200 Meter Relay
    44. LaRue - Brooke Heibert, Courtni Price, AnnClaire Gribbins, Natalie Mullins)
    (out of 52 teams)

  • Burrell still on for MMA fight

    A former LaRue County High School wrestler will be showcased in mixed martial arts June 18 in Elizabethtown.
    Eric Burrell is scheduled to go three rounds with an unnamed opponent. The 25-year-old has a 2-0 record.
    Cody Gibbons was advertised in the lineup, but according to a family member, will not be competing.
    The Hardrock MMA 36 Pro/Am event will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Armory, 304 W. Warfield St.
    The event is sanctioned by the Kentucky Boxing and Wrestling Authority.

  • Sports Shorts: Updated 06/14/2011

    LaRue County Park & Recreation pool open
    The LaRue County Park & Recreation pool is open 11 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. Monthly family pass is $30. Admission is $3 per person for age 12 and older; $1.50 for under age 12. No one under the age of 16 will be admitted without an adult. For information about pool parties and group rates, call Paul Newell at 358-9261
     
     New Haven Pool offers season passes

  • Sports Shorts: Updated 06/07/2011

    LaRue County Park & Recreation Board to meet
    LaRue County Park & Recreation Board of Directors will meet 6:30 p.m. June 8 at the park. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information, call Eric DeVary at 358-8386.
     
     LaRue County Park & Recreation pool open

  • PHOTO: Shelby Floyd signs with...

    Recent LaRue County High School graduate Shelby Floyd has signed to wrestle at Campbellsville University. Floyd, the son of Lorrie and Rex Floyd, was state runner-up in his weight division in February. Front from left, Oneta Brooks (grandmother), Lorrie Floyd, Shelby Floyd, Rex Floyd; back, Campbellsville University Head Wrestling Coach Franky James, LCHS Principal Paul Mullins, Assistant Mat Hawk Wrestling Coach Eddie Paden and Head Mat Hawk Coach Gary Canter.

  • REGION SOFTBALL: Lady Hawks fall...

    The Lady Hawks, plagued by errors and a near-perfect game by their opponents, lost their regional championship bid June 1 to Central Hardin’s Lady Bruins.

    The host Lady Hawks fell 11-0 in five innings as the 11th ranked Lady Bruins earned a berth in the state tournament.

    Central’s pitcher, Kristina Krupinski, struck out five and had a perfect game up until the fifth inning when Lady Hawk Brittany Enlow reached second on an infield error.

    Krupinski, was selected as the 5th Region Athletic Directors Association MVP.