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Today's Sports

  • LCMS basketball wins district...

    LaRue County Middle School Basketball teams are both district champions.

    On Saturday, the Hawks hosted the 18th District Middle School Basketball Tournament.  The 7th grade Hawks defeated Green Co. 48-22 in their first game.  They jumped out to a 33-8 halftime lead and coasted to victory. The 8th grade also defeated Green Co. 46-30. The game was tied at halftime and the Hawks outscored the Dragons 29-13 in the second half to seal the victory. 

  • Hawks and Lady Hawks freshman...

    The LCHS freshman Lady Hawks played Bullitt Central last Thursday. They are now 2-3 on the season and their next game is Monday, January 4 at home against Nelson County at 6 p.m.

    12/17/15 LaRue Co. 29 Bullitt Central 18

    Scoring: Emma Bell 11, Kristen Boone 10, Ameena Wells 3, Chloe Childress and Bella Thurman 2 each and Bailey Rogers 1.

    The LCHS freshman Lady Hawks played Bullitt Central last Thursday. They are now 2-3 on the season and their next game is Monday, January 4 at home against Nelson County at 6 p.m.

  • Hawks and Lady Hawks basketball...

    The Lady Hawks JV team is now 1-4 on the season after playing North Hardin last Tuesday. Their next game is at home on Tuesday, January 6 against Adair County at 6 p.m.

    12/15/15 LaRue Co. 15 North Hardin 28

    Scoring: Kristen Boone 10, Ameena Wells 2, Emma Bell 1, Sara Warren 1 and Jessi O’Bryan 1.

    The LCHS Hawks JV team traveled to Edmonson County last Tuesday. They are now 1-2 on the season. Their next game is away at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, January 5 against Campbellsville.

    12/15/15 LaRue Co. 44 Edmonson Co. 54

  • Lady Hawks lose in Holiday...

    The LCHS Lady Hawks varsity basketball team lost to a Tennessee high school team in the McDonald’s Shootout last Saturday.

    The Lady Hawks were beat 73-45 by the Clay County Lady Bulldogs 73-45 of Celina, Tennessee. The Lady Hawks got off to a slow start as they trailed 13-5 at the end of the first quarter and 37-10 at halftime. The second half was better for the Lady Hawks as they cut the lead to 50-29 at the end of the fourth quarter. But the Lady Bulldogs would pull away in the fourth quarter with a final score of 73-45.

  • LCHS Mat Hawks finish 4th

    The LaRue County High School Mat Hawks attended the Five-Star Classic at Lafayette High School in Lexington last Saturday. Head Coach Eric Burrell said they were missing several wrestlers due to injury and that they participated in an individual tournament, which provided a lot of opportunities for the younger wrestlers on the team.

  • Hawks lost two close games

    The LCHS Hawks varsity basketball team lost two close games last week.

    The Hawks lost to the Caverna Colonels at home last Friday 65-62.

    Colonel guard Mason Faulkner is the leading scorer in Kentucky averaging 42 points a game. The Hawks were able to hold him to 32 points, but that wouldn’t be enough to win the game.

  • Living up to the expectations

    Very rarely do players come along who are identified as a gym rat, which is a player who basically grows up in the gym playing basketball. For junior Derek Goode, that label can be easily placed upon the first year player at LaRue County High School.

  • Sports Shorts

    ECTC Soccer Programs Hosting Informational Meetings for Prospective Athletes

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s men’s and women’s soccer programs are inviting anyone interested in playing soccer for the college next fall to attend an informational meeting in December. These sessions are open to current high school seniors and any current or prospective ECTC student.

  • LCMS basketball defeats North...

    LaRue County Middle School Basketball teams hosted North Middle School last Thursday night in conference action. The 7th grade Hawks defeated North Middle 39-27. They held a two point lead at halftime, but outscored North Middle 22-10 in the second half to help get the victory. The 7th grade Hawks are now 12-1 overall for the year and 7-1 in the conference.

  • Refusing to be complacent

    Whether on a cross country course, wrestling mat, or in the classroom, 10-year-old Abraham Lincoln Elementary School fifth-grade student Gabe Fortier has the same goal, to be better than he was the previous day.

    “My parents say that there is always going to be somebody out there that’s better than you, so to get better at anything you need to show up and do the work,” said the son of Matt and Robina Fortier of Hodgenville. “My coaches have been great at pushing me for my best effort too.”