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Today's Sports

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks fall to Green...

    LaRue County was anything but special on special teams Friday night in the Hawks’ 32-20 road loss to the Green County Dragons.

    The Hawks (1-3) gave up a kickoff return touchdown for the second straight week. They also allowed the Dragons (3-1) to score three touchdowns from more than 35 yards out.

  • Football boosters sponsor...

    The LaRue County High School Football Boosters will have a barbecue dinner 5-7 p.m.  Sept. 16. Tickets are $6 and will include sandwich, your choice of two sides, dessert and drink. The dinner will take place just inside the field if weather permits or in the LCHS cafeteria in case of rain. Kickoff against Nelson County will be at 7:30 p.m.

  • COLLEGE WRESTLING: Floyd to...

    Campbellsville University Tiger Wrestling has added 10 more recruits for the 2011-12 recruiting class, including LaRue County High School graduate Shelby Floyd.

    Floyd was a state runner-up his senior year, losing to fellow Tiger commitment, Joe Whalen, a graduate of Henry Clay High School.

    Another wrestler with local ties is Kyle Terry, a Central Hardin High School graduate.

    CU head coach Franky James said a pair of transfers with eight incoming freshmen bring the total number of recruits to 18.

  • Sports Shorts: Updated 09/06

    Kentucky Capital Senior Games begin Wednesday in Frankfort
    The Kentucky Capital Senior Games will be held Sept. 7-11 in Frankfort.
    Entry fee is $20 for one sport or $25 for more than one sport. Divisions include swimming, cross country, horseshoes, golf, table tennis, tennis, shuffleboard, road race, archery, badminton, racquetball, bowling, cycling, track and field, basketball and volleyball.
    Each competitor is guaranteed a Kentucky Capital Senior Games T-shirt. Register online at www.unitedwayfranklincounty.org.

  • Green County All-Comers

    SEPT. 1
    BOYS’ RESULTS
    4. LaRue County (94)
    13. Lucas Pepper - 10:38.00
    21. Randy Young - 11:29.00
    22. Ryan Hornback - 11:41.00
    26. Brent Dunn - 12:20.00
    31. Nick Chantharasinh - 13:07.00
    GIRLS’ RESULTS
    2. LaRue County (39)
    2. Amarah Reed - 11:18.50
    4. Kristina Durbin - 11:58.02
    7. Kaelyn Herrin - 12:59.03
    11. Amanda Brewer - 14:02.16
    12. Sierra Schmidt - 14:02.72

  • Cross Country Schedule

    Sept. 8   5 p.m.     H     LaRue County Weekday                 Classic
    Sept. 13 TBA     A     Keene Invitational
    Sept. 15 TBA     A     Taylor County All-Comers
    Sept. 17    A    Central Hardin Invit.
    Sept. 29    A    Green County All-Comers

  • Cross country runners begin...

    First-year cross-country coach Jackie Harley has plenty of talented runners at her disposal, including senior Michelle Seymour and junior Amarah Reed.
    Other returnees for the Lady Hawks include sophomore Sydney Price and freshmen Christina Durbin, Amanda Adyani, Kaelyn Herrin and Harley Keller.

  • Hawks defeat Cougars 9-0

    “Oh, What a Night!”  is an oldie, but goodie song that best describes the jubilation of the LaRue County High School boys soccer team on Aug. 30 as they defeated the Cougars of Bullitt Central, 9-0.

  • Hawks lose to Spencer by 1

    LaRue County coach Rodney Armes deemed it probably the most embarrassing loss of his 16-year career.
    The Hawks’ special teams’ mental and coaching mistakes cost them and left the team reeling Friday night.
    Host Spencer County scored two touchdowns off LaRue County special teams’ mistakes and stopped senior halfback Drew Newberry’s conversion run attempt with 3:58 left to hang on for a 21-20 victory.

  • Golf team takes District Cup

    LaRue County High School’s varsity golf team laid claim to the 18th District Cup title last month, giving the school bragging rights over district rivals Hart, Caverna and Green County High Schools.
    First year Hawks head coach Justin Craft said the crown, LaRue’s first since Cup match-play competition began four years ago, was a team accomplishment that was good for the kids.
    “We’re a young team, and it’s good to see these kids win trophies,” said Craft, an LCHS alumnus in his second year of teaching at LCHS.