Today's Sports

  • Eric Burrell named head...

    A former LaRue County High School Mat Hawk will take over the wrestling program this fall.

    Eric Burrell, a 2004 LCHS graduate and three-time regional wrestling champ, was hired Thursday as head coach. He takes the reins from his mentor, retired coach Gary Canter.

    Three candidates were interviewed, according to Athletic Director David Dawson.

  • LaRue County Youth Baseball to...

     The LaRue County Park & Recreation is hosting the Cal Ripken District 7 Tournament for the 8 year old and 11 year old divisions. 

  • Sports Shorts - June 26, 2013

      Coach Paul Handley’s basketball camp

  • Caven named tennis coach at LCHS

     As Terry Caven returns to his prep school alma mater – LaRue County High – to coach tennis, he brings with him experience that includes regional and college championships.

  • Free basketball camp available...

    Coaches Paul Handley and K.C. Goodin will sponsor a free basketball camp for students in grades 1-9 from 8 to 11:30 a.m. June 27-29 at Coach Handley’s house, 1982 Campbellsville Road, Hodgenville. Sign-up is 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 26 at Coach Handley’s house.

    Each camper receives a free T-shirt at end of camp. Donations from businesses or individuals are appreciated. For more information, call 270-723-8183 or 270-358-4283.

  • PHOTO: French receives...

     Phillip French received the Outstanding Sportsmanship Award for displaying that trait throughout his years as a LaRue County Little Leaguer. He is shown with his coach, Matt Darst.

  • McKamey leads Lone Oak
  • At State
  • Sports Shorts

    Flaget Memorial Hospital will present the second annual HeartChase on June 22 to benefit the American Heart Association.

    The event will span about a mile around downtown Bardstown and participants will pass through 10-15 checkpoints along the way. At each checkpoint, they will be required to answer health trivia questions and find clues before they can proceed.

  • Engstrand takes football helm at...

    Chris Engstrand, a 1997 LaRue County High School graduate, has been named head football coach of the Green County High School Dragons.

    The 2001 Campbellsville University graduate goes to Green County from Fairdale High School where his Bulldogs posted a 5-16 record during his two-year tenure there.

    Prior to that, his Henry County teams amassed a 28-19 record in four seasons (2006-09).