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Today's Sports

  • Volleyball team breaks Hart

    Senior middle hitters Ivy Brown and Alley Evans combined for 19 kills and eight aces as the visiting LaRue County Lady Hawks rolled past 18th District foe Hart County in three sets Tuesday, 25-12, 25-17, 25-22.

    Evans had 11 kills, while Brown added eight kills, four aces, two digs and one block for the Lady Hawks (7-4, 3-1 district), who won their second straight.

    Sophomore outside hitter Chloe Owen chipped in with seven kills, four aces and three digs, while senior setter Lorren Newby had 30 assists and four aces.

  • Railsplitter Run/Walk returns to...

    The Railsplitter Run, a signature event of the Lincoln Days Celebration, will be held Sunday, Oct. 6.

    The Railsplitter one-mile run and walk begins at 1:30 p.m. A 5K will be held at 2:15 p.m.

    The runs have proven popular with local athletes and others from across the state. Present and past cross country runners from LaRue County High School have consistently supported the event since its beginning.

    Family groups often participate in the fun run.

  • New Archery Team takes second in...

    When LaRue County High School agriculture teacher Chris Thomas learned of an upcoming FFA 3D archery shoot, he asked his classes if any of his students would be interested in participating.

    The four students who responded in the affirmative made themselves, Thomas, and the school proud as they placed second in a field of at least 10 teams, and they also became charter members of LCHS’s FFA archery team.

  • The Band of Hawks took Reserve...
  • All-Comers Meet
  • Hawks outfire Bullitt, 2-1

    The LaRue County Hawks defeated North Bullitt 2-1 Thursday in a hard fought match.

    Senior forward Curtis Milby and senior defender Jacob “Catfish” Hurt each scored as the visiting Hawks (4-6-1) snapped a two-match losing streak.

    The game flowed from end to end with the pitch conditions favoring the home team. The Hawks were struggling to find some cohesion when a free kick gave them the lead – Hurt made the opposition pay the price for committing the foul.

  • They took care of business
  • Fighting for the ball
  • Tour de LaRue draws 225

    About 225 recreational cyclists turned out for the 10th annual Tour de LaRue on Sept. 21 at Hodgenville Elementary School. Participants ranged from toddlers to seniors and in many cases the entire family joined in the event. Riders chose from three different routes with the longest being 6.5 miles through rural LaRue County.

  • Sallee’s Family Taekwondo...

    Sallee’s Family Taekwondo kicked off a new camp function at LaRue County’s Sportsman’s Lake in August.

    Students from Randall Sallee Jr.’s two American Taekwondo Association certified schools, one located in Hodgenville and the other in Campbellsville, attended. Parents were encouraged to attend and participate in the events along with their children.