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Today's Sports

  • Sports Shorts -September 11, 2013

    Taking Care of Business 5K
    The Taking Care of Business 5K will be 9 a.m. Sept. 14 at the LaRue County High School front parking lot. The fundraiser will help business and technology students going to Disney World in November to participate in Disney’s Youth Education Series. For more information, contact Jennifer Bernard at 270-735-3419 or jennifer.bernard@larue. kyschools.us or Kelly Sandidge at 270-234-6165 or kelly.sandidge@larue.kyschools.us.

    Iron Horse fun run/walk

  • Hawks back in winning form

    The LaRue County Soccer Hawks broke a four-match losing streak with two wins last week.

    The team whipped homestanding 2nd District rival Taylor County, 5-1, Tuesday.

    The Hawks took an early lead only to see a fluke goal from Taylor County tie the game at half time. The second half saw the Hawks up the level and add an unanswered four goals.

    Junior midfielder Miguel Martinez scored his first varsity goal for the Hawks and that was followed with a “Beckhamesk” first varsity goal from the half way line by junior defender Trevor Cecil.

  • Hole-in-one
  • Sports Shorts -September 4, 2013

    Volley for the Cure
    The Lady Hawks volleyball team will host the Volley for the Cure on Sept. 5. The freshman team plays at 5:30 p.m. Cancer survivors will be recognized and Mary Jane Stillwell, a breast cancer survivor, will speak immediately after the game. The jayvee and varsity teams play after the recognition.

  • Lady Hawk Volleyball -September...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks went 2-2 on Saturday, losing to Louisville Ballard, 25-18, 31-29 in the silver division semifinals at the First Spike Invitational at the Ohio Valley Volleyball Center in Louisville.

    In pool play, the Lady Hawks beat North Hardin (25-22, 10-25, 15-11) and North Bullitt (no score available) and lost to Jeffersontown (19-25, 25-12, 15-11).

    Senior middle hitter Ivy Brown finished with a team-high 27 kills and six blocks, while senior middle hitter Alley Evans had 26 kills and a team-high four blocks.

  • Lady Hawk Soccer -September 4,...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks soccer team mercy-ruled 5th Region Fort Knox Aug. 28, 10-0.

    Seniors Shelbi Brooks, Peyton Gardner and Sydney Price and freshman Gillian Nunn each had two goals for LaRue.

    Sophomore Nichole Thomas and junior Rachel Wolf also scored for the Ladies.

    Junior keeper Sierra Mullins made one save while junior reserve Harley Keller made five.

  • Cross Country Results -September...

    BOYS’ PREP
    GREEN COUNTY ALL-COMERS

    GREENSBURG— Results from Aug. 29, 43-runner, four-team race at the 2.7-kilometer course at Green County High School:
    2. LaRue County (58)
    8. Thompson, Colton 10:30.69
    10. Young, Randy 10:58.26
    17. Goodin, Dylan 11:10.21
    18. Cecil, Jacob 11:10.68
    19. Metcalf, Stiles 11:11.09
    32. Silva, Christian  12:26.00
    37. Pearman, William 12:50.94

    GIRLS’ PREP
    GREEN COUNTY ALL-COMERS

  • Hawks fall to Hart, 19-16

    Digging out of a two-score deficit, the homestanding Hart County Raiders scored twice in the final 20 minutes Friday night as they rallied by the LaRue County Hawks, 19-16 in the border rivals’ first meeting since 1998.

  • Hawks beginning to mesh as team

    The LaRue County Soccer Hawks lost their opening game on Aug. 20, 9-1, to district foe Marion County.

    Senior forward Curtis Milby scored the visiting Hawks’ lone goal – and first for the team this season.  Casey Brooks had his first assist for the varsity team.

    Junior goalkeeper Holden Blair had 11 saves.

    Quintin Majors, Miguel Martinez, Chase Watson and Milby also took shots.

  • Lady Hawks off to bright start...

    Having brought home an 18th District runner-up trophy last season, LaRue County High School’s girls’ soccer team is taking it one game at a time this year, according to girls’ head coach Laura Kudrna.

    “We analyze our strengths and weaknesses and learn from mistakes,” said Kudrna, who teaches fifth grade at Hodgenville Elementary School.

    “We become better than the last game because we take the time to discuss what we must do to become a more cohesive team.”