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Today's Sports

  • Brewer, Myrks play at State AAU...

    Next Level claimed the 16s title in the State Basketball AAU Tournament.

    The team defeated Hoop Dreams, Derek Smith All-Stars and The Ville at the KBA facility in Lexington.

    LaRue County High School basketball standouts Jordan Brewer and Anthony “Smurf” Myrks play for Next Level.

    The two are sons of former University of Louisville player James “Boo” Brewer.

    Brewer has accepted the head coaching job at Bardstown and his children plan to follow him there, he told the Herald in a recent interview.

  • LaFollette wins feature race at...

    Bluegrass Speedway held the seventh annual Jerry Rucker Memorial May 29. The event is named in honor of a Hodgenville driver. Portions of the admission fee are reserved for a scholarship for his children.

    Dustin Neat of Dunnville picked up his second win of the season and his second win in the JRM to collect $2,000.

    Shane LaFollette of Hodgenville won his second UMP Street Stock feature of the season.

  • New Hope resident claims first...

    Robbie Settles of New Hope claimed his first win at the Shorty Gardner Memorial at Bluegrass Speedway June 5. Other feature event winners included Tim Tungate of Campbellsville, Jason Wheatley of Loretto and Timmy Glazer of Bardstown.

    The seventh annual event was held in honor of Gardner, formerly of Hodgenville. Gardner was a long-time supporter of the Sportsman division at Bluegrass Speedway and ran his own wrecker at the track on many race nights.

    SUMMARY

    WBRT 1320-AM UMP Sportsman (9 entries)

    Top Qualifier- Billy Meredith 18.899

  • Zajdel takes seventh at State...

    Sophomore Shana Zajdel was the only KHSAA State medalist for the LaRue County High School track and field team. She finished seventh in the triple jump (32-05) in Class 2A competition in Louisville.

    Zajdel was the team’s highest-seeded competitor (sixth with a jump of 33-00).

    Her win gave two points to the Lady Hawks, allowing them to finish 35th. The Lady Hawks were Region 2 runners-up.

    Zajdel competed also in the long jump, placing 20th.

  • Clemons named to All-Tournament...

    The LaRue County Hawks varsity baseball season came to an abrupt end in the first round of the 5th Region Tournament against Washington County 5-3.

    The Hawks defeated the Commanders in the regular season 14-2 in five innings. 

    “It was a tough way to end a good year. It’s tough playing a team you run-ruled earlier in the year. We became complacent after the early lead. The mental edge just wasn’t there. We hit entirely too many pop-ups and fly balls,” said Coach Chris Price.

  • Track and Field Region 2A results

    Girls 100-Meter Dash

    11. Shaila Winston

    13. Tiana Phillips

    Girls 200-Meter Dash

    13. Sydney Holt

    14. Shaila Winston

    Girls 400-Meter Dash

    8. Nancy Howell

    9. Haley Holt

    Girls 800-Meter Dash

    3. Amarah Reed

    7. Meagan Williams

    Girls 1,600-Meters

    3. Amarah Reed

    5. Michelle Seymour

    Girls 3,200-Meters

    1. Kristina Durbin

    3. Michelle Seymour

    Girls 100-Meter Hurdles

    7. Bethany Akin

  • Hawks win District Tourney, fall...

    The LaRue County Hawks won their ninth consecutive 18th District Baseball Tournament last week with defeat of Caverna 10-2 in semifinals and Green County 8-2 for the championship.

    The games, played at American Legion Park in Greensburg, were a prelude to the 5th Region Tournament which began Monday in Hodgenville.

    District: Green County

  • Three Lady Hawks play at State...

    The LaRue County High School tennis program ended a successful season by sending three players to the KHSAA State Tennis Tournament in Lexington last week.

    Sophomore singles player Michelle Seymour qualified for State for the second consecutive year.

    The doubles team of Nancy Howell and Paige Nalley, both sophomores, qualified for their first appearance at State.

  • Brewer's new job leaves...

    James “Boo” Brewer has traveled the world playing professional basketball. Now, after spending some time in LaRue County, he is returning home in the hopes of having an impact on high school basketball players.

    Brewer, 40, was recently hired as the head coach of the boys’ varsity basketball team at Bardstown High School, his alma mater. He graduated from Bardstown in 1988 and went on to become a star basketball player at the University of Louisville. After that, Brewer played professional basketball in Europe for 13 years.

  • Sports Shorts

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