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Today's Sports

  • Paden named NWC’s Regional...

     

  • Lady Hawks defeat Hart 6-2

     

  • PHOTO: Blair's Block

      Sophomore Holden Blair, goalkeeper for the Hawks’ soccer team, blocked a shot during recent play. The Hawks are 3-2 on the season.

  • PHOTO: LaRue County High School...

     The LaRue County High School Cheerleaders are front from left, Brigitte Skaggs, Taylor Dawson, Jayma Whitlock, Haley Dragoo, Emily Armes; middle, Allyson Hutchins, Gabriela Garcia, Kristen Kells, Meredith Lindsey, Darienne Grimes, Mallory Skaggs; back, Emma Bowling, Brittany Blair, Savannah Long, Hayley Cecil and Rachel Armes. Absent from photo: Sierra Mullins.

  • FOOTBALL: LaRue falls to Shelby

    LaRue County didn’t get off to the best start Friday and the Hawks’ night didn’t get much better.

    Host Shelby County scored on its first two possessions before the Rockets pulled away for a 28-0 win at Robert Doyle Stadium and their first season-opening victory since 2007.

    It was also a frustrating night for LaRue County’s boys’ basketball team as its senior backcourt of Gabe Shirley (quarterback) and Kelton Ford (wide receiver) both suffered ankle injuries and didn’t return.

  • SOCCER: Hawks win season opener

     The first week of soccer matches saw good fortune for the Hawks of LaRue County High School. 

    The Hawks soccer team opened the 18th district season play Aug. 13 with an impressive 8-2 victory over the visiting Campbellsville Eagles. On the attack, seniors Alex Cook, Rico Collado and Marshall Metcalf continued their assault on the record books.

    Collado gathered his troops and fed a diagonal-running Metcalf with a pinpoint pass. At 5:32 p.m., Metcalf's score was perhaps the first score in the state.

  • Deer season begins Sept. 1

     When Kentucky’s 2012-13 deer season opens with the beginning of archery hunting Saturday, Sept. 1, there will be plenty of reasons for hunters to be optimistic.

    Last deer season was arguably the state’s best ever. A record 68 bucks taken in Kentucky qualified for entry into the Boone & Crockett record books, a record for the state.

  • Hawks’ 47-7 triumph settles...

     

  • Price steps out of baseball

    Until recently the sight of Chris Price working after hours at the baseball field was as common as a LaRue County Hawks 18th District Championship.

    Winning district has become expected in LaRue County baseball over the past decade and so has Price.

    The Hawks have captured 11 consecutive district titles.

  • Looking at each spot in Hawks...

     With Josh Jaggers now at the helm of LaRue County High School football, it will be a brand new system that will greet Hawks fans this season, but one that sticks to football fundamentals.