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Today's Sports

  • Lady Hawks whip E'town in...

    When the 2010 version of the Lady Hawks softball team took to the field March 22, the players were ready to start a new chapter in the history book.

    No longer are there players left from the 2005 regional championship team. This team is ready to get back to the top of the 5th Region, and be considered a contender for that trip to the KHSAA State Tournament. 

  • Volunteers needed for Parks and...

    The LaRue County Youth Baseball League is inviting community members to join in the work of preparing the county park for this year’s Little League baseball and softball season. 

    Interested residents can pitch in by contributing needed items, donating funds or by volunteering their time during an upcoming workday Saturday, March 27. The event begins at 8 a.m. at LaRue County Parks and Recreation.

  • Hawks defeat Caverna 12-1

    Kyle Sheeran singled twice and scored three runs, and the visiting LaRue County Hawks exploded for nine runs in the first three innings en route to a 12-1 win Monday in five innings over 18th District rival Caverna.

    Slade Owens singled twice and drove in a run, and Jesse Johnson had two singles, two runs and an RBI for the Hawks, who didn’t have an extra-base hit.

    Kyle Meredith (1-0) struck out two and allowed three hits, one walk and one earned run in three innings.

  • Whitlock and Brown named to...

    Lady Hawks Ivy Brown and Lyndsay Whitlock were named to the 18th District regular season basketball team.

    Whitlock was named to the 18th District All-Tourney Team.

    Brown, an eighth-grader, also was named to the All-5th Region Team.

  • Lady Hawks show a burn to succeed

    Many coaches dream for their players to have a burning desire for the game they play. As a player, I had that burn from grade school all the way through my years at the University of Louisville. My life was softball, my desire was to beat the best, so I can be the best. Secretly, I wondered, did anyone else have that burn like me?

  • Kick In The Bluegrass results

    99 BOYS ATLETICO FLAMES WHITE 6, MADISON UNITED 99 FLYERS 1

    Flames (6):  Micah Linscott 2, Devonta Guillory 1, Tino Morales 1, Miquel Quintana 1, Jared Ray 1.

     

    99 BOYS ATLETICO FLAMES WHITE 8,  99 MOCKINGBIRD GOLD 3

    Flames (8):  Devonta Guillory 2, Jared Ray 2, Tino Morales 1, Simeon Packer 1, Miguel Quintana 1, Own Goal 1.

     99 BOYS ATLETICO FLAMES WHITE 7, OLDHAM COUNTY LEGENDS 1

    Flames (7):  Devonta Guillory 2, Miguel Quintana 2, Rylan Jaquess 1, Tino Morales 1, Jared Ray 1.

     

  • Kick In The Bluegrass results

    99 BOYS ATLETICO FLAMES WHITE 6, MADISON UNITED 99 FLYERS 1

    Flames (6):  Micah Linscott 2, Devonta Guillory 1, Tino Morales 1, Miquel Quintana 1, Jared Ray 1.

     

    99 BOYS ATLETICO FLAMES WHITE 8,  99 MOCKINGBIRD GOLD 3

    Flames (8):  Devonta Guillory 2, Jared Ray 2, Tino Morales 1, Simeon Packer 1, Miguel Quintana 1, Own Goal 1.

     99 BOYS ATLETICO FLAMES WHITE 7, OLDHAM COUNTY LEGENDS 1

    Flames (7):  Devonta Guillory 2, Miguel Quintana 2, Rylan Jaquess 1, Tino Morales 1, Jared Ray 1.

     

  • Kick In The Bluegrass results

    99 BOYS ATLETICO FLAMES WHITE 6, MADISON UNITED 99 FLYERS 1

    Flames (6):  Micah Linscott 2, Devonta Guillory 1, Tino Morales 1, Miquel Quintana 1, Jared Ray 1.

     

    99 BOYS ATLETICO FLAMES WHITE 8,  99 MOCKINGBIRD GOLD 3

    Flames (8):  Devonta Guillory 2, Jared Ray 2, Tino Morales 1, Simeon Packer 1, Miguel Quintana 1, Own Goal 1.

     99 BOYS ATLETICO FLAMES WHITE 7, OLDHAM COUNTY LEGENDS 1

    Flames (7):  Devonta Guillory 2, Miguel Quintana 2, Rylan Jaquess 1, Tino Morales 1, Jared Ray 1.

     

  • LaRue's track team a blend...

    LaRue County High School’s track team enters the 2010 season having several experienced seniors on the boys’ squad while lacking experience among girl tracksters.

    “On the girls’ side, inexperience will be our greatest weakness. Most of our varsity athletes are very young, with several middle schoolers competing,” said Jeremy Blair, who coaches both boys and girls. “The good thing is that our girls aren’t afraid of anything. They compete hard, which is our greatest strength.”

  • Hawks begin baseball season...

    Just as sure as the days get longer and the weather starts to warm, you know it won’t be long until baseball season. Head coach Chris Price and assistant coach Eric Hughes have been working several weeks with a young and inexperienced LaRue County High School baseball team. The Hawks lost 14 players since last year due to various reasons including nine graduating seniors.

    Price, a 1990 graduate of LCHS, is in his 15th year as a teacher and coach (the last six as head coach) and is looking forward to the new season.