Today's Sports

  • Sandidge Honored
  • LCHS wrestling receives new mat
  • Hawks lose second game of season

    The LCHS boys varsity basketball team lost their second game of the season last Saturday, January 7, to the Southwestern Warriors 92-76.

  • Lady Hawks go 1-1

    The LCHS girls varsity basketball team went 1-1 this past week with a win against Adair County and a loss to Bardstown.

    The Lady Hawks picked up a solid 61-46 win against the Adair County Lady Indians on Tuesday, January 3.

  • Sports shorts - January 11, 2017

    Players Dugout Baseball Camp

    The Players Dugout in Elizabethtown will have a baseball camp on Monday, January 16 during Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Times and sessions are set according to the players’ ages. There will be two sessions per age group and they will last 90 minutes each. The two sessions are hitting and fielding. Players have the option of choosing one session for $30 or two sessions for $50. For more information call 270-312-3262 or 270-765-7478.

    LCYSA spring registration

  • Girls freshman basketball...

    LaRue Co. 19 vs. Bethlehem 38 1/4/17

    Scoring: Kelsey Hornback 9, Bella Thurman 7 and Katelyn Eads 3.

  • Girls JV basketball results -...

    LaRue Co. 38 vs. Bardstown 31 1/7/16

    Scoring: Emma Bell 16, Kristen Boone 10, Bella Thurman 7, Lauren Pollard 3 and Bailey Rogers 2.

  • Boys freshman basketball results...

    LaRue Co. 39 vs. Campbellsville 48 1/2/17

    The 9th grade Hawks traveled to Campbellsville and lost by a score of 48-39. The Hawks went in tied at halftime but the second half was all Campbellsville as they outscored the Hawks 27-18. The Hawks struggled to make baskets and made too many second half turnovers.

    Scoring: Warner Bryan 16, Jeremiah Belton 7, Chance Bowen 7, Chase Childress 5 and Jacob Sandidge 4.

  • Boys JV basketball results -...

    LaRue Co. 48 vs. Campbellsville 29 1/3/17

    The JV Hawks defeated Campbellsville by a score of 48-29. The Hawks struggled on offense in the first half finding themselves down 19-15 at halftime. However, the Hawks started out fast in the 3rd quarter with an 11-0 run which helped them to a 33-24 lead at the end of the 3rd quarter. The Hawks outscored the Eagles 15-5 in the 4th quarter for the final margin of victory.

    Scoring: Kendrik Weathers 11, Noah Davis 11, Warner Bryan 6, Bryson Cobb 6, Johnny Key 4, Anthony Adkins 4, Dailliss Cox 3 and Chase Childress 3.

  • LCMS Girl’s Volleyball Preview

    As another season of Girl’s Middle School Volleyball sets to begin, there is much to be excited about according to third year head coach Kendrick Bryan.

    Now that tryouts have been completed, Bryan has 25 volleyball players from the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade classes. He said there are several returning players with experience who know the system they have in place.