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Today's Sports

  • Canter honored for 400th win

    LaRue County High School’s wrestling team, under Fifth Region Hall of Fame head coach Gary Canter’s mentorship, has notched yet another national milestone, grabbing its 400th duals victory.

    “Very few coaches in the country, let alone the state, reach this milestone,” said David Dawson, LCHS athletic director. “By reaching this number of wins, Gary has gone into the top 100 all-time coaches in the history of high school wrestling.”

  • Soccer Boosters collect cans

    The LaRue County High School Soccer Boosters are collecting aluminum cans to pay for practice equipment. The cans can be dropped off at booster meetings 6:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month at LCHS.

    For more information, call 358-5720.

  • LCHS girls out of tournament

    The Lady Hawks girls' varsity basketball season ended abruptly Monday night. In the first-round of the 18th District Tournament, Green County beat LaRue County 59-46.

    Hart County defeated tournament host Caverna 74-56 in the upper bracket game.

    The winners meet for the girls' district championship at 6 p.m. Friday.

    LaRue's season ends with a record of 14-13.

  • Middle schoolers split games

    The LaRue County Middle School basketball teams split a pair of games Jan. 26 against Green County.

    The seventh graders were outgunned 62-29 while the eighth graders battled to a one-point win after the Dragons missed a desperation shot at the buzzer.

  • Hawks record second win vs. Green

    For the second time in four days, LaRue County’s boys’ varsity basketball team played Green County on Feb. 8. This time in Greensburg, the Hawks came away victorious again with a 63-48 victory, closing the district portion of their schedule at 6-0.

    The Hawks entered the game with the top seed in the District Tournament in hand.

  • Mat Hawks aim for state title

    When the season started, they were young, hungry and looking to make a name for themselves. With one week left in the season, these LaRue County Mat Hawks are young and hungry but have made a name for themselves and looking to end the season with the school’s first-ever KHSAA state championship.

    “We have set ourselves up to make a run at we have been preparing for all year long,” says the Mat Hawks’ 215-pound wrestler, Drew Newberry.

  • Lady Hawks close season on slide

    LaRue County ended the girls' varsity season Wednesday with a 64-61 loss to Washington County.

    It was the Lady Hawk's third loss in the last four games..

    LaRue will enter next week's 18th District Tournament with a 14-12 record.

    The tournament will be played at Caverna High School. The Lady Hawks face Green County (18-9) in a first-round game which will determines a berth in the 5th Region Tournament. The game is schedule for 7 p.m. Monday.

    It will be preceded at 5:30 p.m. by Caverna's game with Hart County.

  • Lady Hawks close season on slide

    LaRue County ended the girls' varsity season Wednesday with a 64-61 loss to Washington County.

    It was the Lady Hawk's third loss in the last four games..

    LaRue will enter next week's 18th District Tournament with a 14-12 record.

    The tournament will be played at Caverna High School. The Lady Hawks face Green County (18-9) in a first-round game which will determines a berth in the 5th Region Tournament. The game is schedule for 7 p.m. Monday.

    It will be preceded at 5:30 p.m. by Caverna's game with Hart County.

  • Regional wrestling tourney is...

    At the last meeting of the Hodgenville Rotary Club, the LaRue County Superintendent of Schools took an opportunity to issue a challenge to the high school wrestling team. 

    “Win the 2010 state tournament and bring home to LaRue County its first ever KHSAA state title.”

    “Mr. Sanders asked Eddie and I to bring a few wrestlers and speak to the Rotary about our program,” said head coach Gary Canter. “After we spoke, Mr. Sanders got up and looked at the wrestlers we brought and issued the challenge.”

  • Youth league basketball