Today's Sports

  • Campbellsville University holds...

    Twelve boys from the Lincoln Village Detention Center visited Campbellsville University for a basketball clinic on April 10.
    Dr. G. Ted Taylor’s Christian Coaching class hosted a Gospel-driven basketball clinic for the 12 juveniles in the Powell Athletic Center. Mike Smith, recreational director at Lincoln Village and a CU student, said, “We had these 12 young men who had to be on good behavior all week in order to come.” Because of their good behavior, the boys were allowed the outing to CU.

  • Track and Field

    Green County Track and Field All Comers
    Six teams
    April 11

    Girls 100 Meter Dash
    4. Shaila Winston, 14.54
    13. Logan Grant, 16.97
    16. Mahaleigh Embrey, x17.98   2
    Girls 200 Meter Dash
    6. Destinee Young, 31.18
    12. Cindy Martinez, 33.87
    16. Mahaleigh Embrey x37.92
    Girls 400 Meter Dash
    2. Amarah Reed, 69.47
    4. Delaina White, 74.36
    13. Hannah Harry, x1:31.14   
     Girls 800 Meter Run

  • Sports Shorts updated 4-18-12

    Youth baseball golf scramble
    A golf scramble to benefit LaRue County Youth Baseball will be 9 a.m. April 21. Cost is $50 per player; four people per team. Cash prizes for first, second and third places; $10,000 hole-in-one prize. Hole sponsors needed, $50, and one person from business plays for free. For more information, call Derek Ford at 270-491-0669 or Clarence Baker at 270-268-5726.

    Benefit bike ride at Chaney’s Dairy Barn, Bowling Green

  • Fun Day kicks off youth softball...

    The LaRue County Youth Softball League will kick off their season Friday, April 27.
    Opening ceremony begins at 6 p.m. with introductions of all teams.
    A weekend tournament begins after the ceremony.
    Fun Day is Saturday, April 28, which includes face painting, games, bouncy houses and an auction of items donated by parents and businesses around town.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Hawks snap six-...

    The Lady Hawks lost three and won one during spring break at the 17th annual Florida Beach Bash.
    The Ladies lost April 8 to North Laurel, 1-0.
    On April 9, the team lost 5-3 to Louisville Assumption.
    Senior Megan Smith hit an inside-the-park home run and also singled twice, while senior Brittany Enlow went 3-for-3 with two singles and a double.
    Sophomore Brigitte Skaggs gave up five hits, two earned runs and one walk in seven innings. She struck out two.

  • TENNIS: Seniors providing...

    With four senior girls who first-year co-coach Allison McDowell describe as “great leaders,” and with a boys’ squad that, at least in the top three spots, returns with plenty of experience, the LaRue County High School tennis teams are in the midst of their season with the girls’ squad even with six wins and six losses while the boys are 3-9.

  • Tennis Results- April 16

    April 16
    Marion County 5, LaRue County 0
    Alex Spalding (MC) def. Ryan Abell (LC) 6-4, 6-3
    Noah Swencki (MC) def. Keiren Bowen (LC) 6-2, 6-3
    Jonah Gillespie (MC) def. Nicholas Chantharasinh (LC) 6-0, 6-0
    Jacob Burdette/Durbin Richardson (MC) def. Zachary Lee/Trevor Sanders (LC) 6-3, 6-1
    Ryker Cassidy/Michael Spalding (MC) def. Kyler Hart/Lucas Pepper (LC) 7-6(7-4), 7-6 (7-3)
    Brandon Blandford/Jesus Berlanga (MC) def. Tyler Skaggs/Austin McCreery (LC) 8-5

  • BASEBALL: Hawks continue winning...

    Junior Cole Hughes threw a two-hitter to lead the LaRue County Hawks to a 3-1 win over host Fort Walton Beach (Fla.) on Wednesday in the Florida Beach Bash.
    Hughes (4-0) struck out eight while allowing one unearned run, two walks and two singles.
    “It was a great outing,” said LaRue County coach Chris Price. “He’s been that solid all year; he just hasn’t thrown against a very good team until tonight. It was good to see.”
    The Hawks (10-3) scored all their runs in the top of the second on two wild pitches and a squeeze play.

  • Sports correspondent needed

     The LaRue County Herald News, a 4,600 circulation weekly newspaper, is looking for a correspondent to cover LaRue County High School sports.

    Good communication with coaches, players and newspaper staff is a must. The ideal candidate would have their own photography equipment and be able to provide photos with their stories. However, it is not a requirement.

    Payment will be on a per-story/per-photo basis.

    Some travel outside LaRue County may be required during tournament season.

  • PHOTO: Meredith just missed