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  • Lady Hawks enjoy recordbreaking...

    The Lady Hawks Soccer team has had a season that is unmatched in the history of LaRue County High School.

    Already boasting 12-recorded wins, with eight single games won in a row, they have topped the previous records for consecutive wins and total wins in LCHS soccer history.

    Having an outstanding season well under way, the Lady Hawks seniors said they “couldn’t ask for more.”

    Captain Courtney Johnson, who plays defense, said this season has been a testament to how hard all of the girls have worked as a team.

  • CROSS COUNTRY
  • Green County All-Comers

    GIRLS
    3. LaRue County (81)
    3. Durbin, Kristina – 23:11.73
    18. Pearman, Emily – 25:12.87
    19. Grimes, Alexis – 25:37.90
    27. Herrin, Kaelyn – 27:17.53
    29. Brewer, Amanda – 27:49.10
    32. Carson, Gabby – 28:16.81
    33. Martin, Samantha – 28:29.03
    BOYS
    3. LaRue County (85)
    15. Thompson, Colton – 20:17.89
    16. Cecil, Jacob – 20:30.95
    24. Goodin, Dylan – 21:38.10

  • Oct. 1 Jack Mitchell Invitational

    Boys’ Varsity (5,000 Meters)
    88 Runners –  7 Teams

    4. LaRue County (106)
    1. Sandidge, Adam – 16:48.34
    17. Thompson, Colton – 19:19.30
    25. Cecil, Jacob – 19:37.55
    33. Goodin, Dylan – 20:36.15
    40. Metcalf, Stiles – 20:57.05
    42. Young, Randy – 21:08.95
    Girls Varsity (5,000 Meters)
    52 Runners  –  6 Teams
    3. LaRue County (77)

  • LCHS hosts Title IX comment...

    A gender equity public comment session was held Sept. 18 in the LaRue County High School administrative conference room.

    Athletic Director for LaRue County High School David Dawson and Kentucky High School Athletic Association representative Gary Lawson hosted the session to answer questions regarding Title IX.

    Title IX was passed in 1972 through a series of education amendments. The federal law prohibits gender discrimination in education programs that receive federal government funding, and applies to both academic and athletic programs.

  • Lincoln cheer
  • Homecoming a bust for Hawks

    Things went from bad to worse pretty quickly Friday night for homestanding LaRue County.

    Committing all five of their turnovers on five consecutive possessions in the first half, with four leading to touchdowns by Russell County, the winless Hawks could never get anything going as the Lakers rolled to a 55-6 win for LaRue’s homecoming.

    The opening kick was squibbed so it wouldn’t go to Russell County’s standout senior tandem of Blake Ellis and Evan Fletcher.

  • Hawks roll on Senior Night

    The Hawks were missing a pair of key seniors Oct. 2 but managed to defeat Campbellsville 3-1.

    Senior Night looked like it would be a long night when the team fell behind early on. However, goals from seniors Curtis Milby and Raymundo Perez – and a first-ever varsity goal by Casey Brooks – led to a win.

    Brooks played as a striker for the first time.

    “The team played finally as just that – a team each working for the other. It was a most rewarding game,” said Head Coach Derek Bell.

  • Lady Hawks extend winning streak...

    The Lady Hawks extended their winning streak to 12 with a win over visiting Hart County Wednesday. The following evening, Green County snapped their streak.

    HART
    Senior middle hitter Ivy Brown had 12 kills and 10 digs and senior middle hitter Alley Evans had nine kills and nine digs as LaRue’s Ladies defeated 18th District rival Hart 25-13, 25-18, 25-17.

  • Athletic trainer discusses team...

    Though the injuries that have plagued LaRue County High School’s varsity football team this season are more numerous than last year according to certified athletic trainer Kyle Oldham, it’s hard to pinpoint a specific reason.

    “Teams can expect a certain number of injuries every year,” said Oldham, who works out of Hardin Memorial Hospital’s sports medicine department.

    “But I don’t see any trends this season either in the kind of injuries or the team positions in which they have occurred.”