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Today's Sports

  • LaRue County Middle School...

    Aug. 7     LaRue County Bowl Bash - Home

         9 a.m. – LaRue vs. East Hardin

         11 a.m. – Campbellsville vs. Glasgow

         1 p.m. – T.K. Stone vs. Barren County

    Aug. 14      T.K. Stone    Away    2 p.m.

    Aug. 17  Home         TBA

    Aug. 24     Taylor County     Home     6 p.m.

  • Hawks drop to Titans, prepare...

    The new high school in Shelby County, Martha Layne Collins High School, brought its high-powered offense to LaRue County Friday night. Quarterback Brandon Cresap was instrumental in the Titans’ 27-7 victory. Cresap threw two TD passes in the victory.

    LaRue County could only manage one touchdown and that was in the first quarter.  The Hawks had five drives of eight or more plays and had two opportunities to score inside the red zone but came up empty.  

  • Mouser's hat trick helps...

    September has been kind to the LaRue County High School soccer teams, albeit the boys have only played one game. Neither the boys or the girls have lost a game this month.

    The Lady Hawks have provided exciting games and are entertaining to watch.

  • Football: Hawks fall to...

     

    The LaRue County Hawks fell to Shelbyville Collins 27-7 Friday night.

    Junior Drew Newberry had the only TD for the Hawks.

     The Hawks (2-2 overall, 1-1 district) led 7-0 in the second quarter when a fumble immediately swung momentum in the direction of Collins (4-1, 2-1).

    Junior running back Cody Thompson had 99 yards on the ground and senior running back Alex Lee ran for 97 yards.

     

  • Hawks slide past Green County,...

    A wet football field Friday night at LaRue County didn’t work out very well for Green County. The Hawks defeated the visiting Dragons 24-22 despite Green County winning most of the statistical categories. LaRue County, however, won the most important one.

    The Dragon offense produced more total offense with both their passing and their rushing game. Green County picked up 13 first downs while limiting the home team to 11. However, critical penalties hurt the visitors, and they also lost the battle of turnovers by one.

  • Sports Shorts

    Hawks homecoming

    Football homecoming is Sept. 24. The Hawks will take on the Elizabethtown Panthers.

    Rotary fundraiser

    The Hodgenville Rotary Club will host a punt, pass, kick fundraiser at the home football game Sept. 24. Check with any Rotarian for more information.

    Tour de LaRue

    The seventh annual Tour de LaRue bike festival will begin 10 a.m. Sept. 25, rain or shine, at Hodgenville Elementary School. Information about bicycle safety awareness will be provided from schools.

     

  • Cross Country Results Raider...

    F 2,000-meter Run

    14) Clair Keller 10:24.48

    24) Isabella Venegas 11:22.44

    M 2,000-meter Run

    30) Matthew Mullins 10:02.53

    37) Andrew Hutchins 10:37.11

    54) Ezekiel Venegas 12:00.23

    58) Dylan Mullins 12:19.58

    M 3,000-meter Run

    41) Nichola Chantharasinb 13:50.16

    F 5,000-meter Run

    16) Michelle Seymour 23:23.74

    53) Harley Keller 29:21.06

    M 5,000-meter Run

    21) Adam Sandidge 18:48.77

  • Cheer

    LaRue County High School cheerleaders are front from left, Emily Armes, Ally Hutchins, Mallory Skaggs, Olivia Dulak; middle, Gabby Garcia, Kim Swears, Niccole Carter, Shelbi Brooks, Erin Duvall, Brigitte Skaggs; back, Gracen Williams, Taylor Dawson, Whitney Heath, Whitney McDowell, Abby Sullivan, Ramisha Jakes, Sydney Holt, Haley Dragoo and Meredith Lindsey. The squad is coached by Tara Wooden and Renee Wright.

  • Soccer: Meet your Lady Hawks

    If you attend a LaRue County High School girls’ soccer game, you can feel the positive atmosphere that has engulfed these young Lady Hawks.

    The team is loaded with freshmen – eight have started at least one game this season, if not every game. Infuse that with senior leadership by Shelby Mack and Justine Scroggins and senior work ethics by Hannah Partridge and Britney Mack. Then, there is the enthusiasm and spirit oozing out of junior soccer newbie Misty England. Her heart and love for the game is most impressive.

  • Lady Hawks win Slam Jam...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks won their own tournament over the weekend, going 6-0 and improving their record to 20-3. The Ladies defeated Taylor County, Beth Haven, Washington County, Campbellsville and Marion County.

    Taylor toppled

    LaRue dealt Taylor County a sound defeat 25-19 and 25-17. Beth Haven had a 24-20 lead on the Lady Hawks in their match-up, but the Lady Hawks pulled out a 26-24 victory. The Lady Hawks won their second game against Beth Haven 25-21.