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Today's Sports

  • Sports Shorts updated 1102

    Hunter’s Education Class
    The Lincoln Area Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is sponsoring A Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Hunter’s Education Class. There is no charge for the 12-hour class. It meets 6-8:30 p.m. Nov. 3; 6-8:30 p.m. Nov. 4; and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 5. Classes will be held at the Arrowhead Archery Building, 1196 Knob School House Road, Sonora. The instructor for the class is Dave Brockman. Anyone interested in attending should contact Willie Vittitoe at 270-268-1127 or Charlie Wootton at 270-234-6289.

  • Physettes wowed the college...

    In 1963, LaRue County Schools became one of seven school systems in the nation to accept President John F. Kennedy’s fitness challenge.
    LaRue County became a pilot study center for the President’s Council on Physical Fitness. It drew plenty of attention from major newspapers and magazines due to the size of the school district and its rural nature.
    Before then, a local physical fitness program had included only athletes and ninth grade students.

  • Duncan and Johnson join...

    Two former area residents will soon be suiting up for the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League.
    Late last month, the Soul announced the signings of former University of Kentucky offensive linemen Zipp Duncan of Magnolia and Christian Johnson to the team’s roster.

  • Hawks whip Washington County, 40...

  • Hawks whip Washington County, 40...
  • FOOTBALL: Hawks whip Washington

    Senior halfback Cody Thompson rushed for four touchdowns and returned a kickoff for another score as the LaRue County Hawks closed the regular season Friday night by rallying for a 40-31 road win against the Washington County Commanders on senior night at Bennett R. Lewis Field.

  • SCHEDULE: Basketball combined...

    LaRue County Hawks Varsity Schedule

    Dec. 3   Corky Cox Classic          HOME                          T.B.A.  Varsity

  • PHOTO: Flying high

    LaRue County Middle School cheerleaders stunt during a recent game.

  • PHOTO: Poisonous Pink
  • Campbellsville University to...

    Beginning in the fall of 2012, women’s wrestling will become the 25th varsity sports program administered by the Campbellsville University Department of Athletics, CU Director of Athletics Rusty Hollingsworth said.
    Women’s wrestling will be the sixth athletic program started or reinstated in the past four seasons at CU and the 10th in Hollingsworth’s 11 years at athletics director.