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Today's Sports

  • Wrestling State Duals canceled

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  • Hawks defeat region rivals 56-51

    It felt like tournament time Jan. 22 when the Central Hardin Bruins came to invade the LaRue County Hawks’ territory in Hodgenville. It was a tough battle the entire game as LaRue County jumped out to an early lead and lead 31-17 at the half.

    Central Hardin came back in the second half, outscoring the Hawks 13-3 to keep the game close, but the Hawks won 56-51. 

  • Lady Hawks Basketball Schedule

    Dec. 4      Away    Campbellsville                   7:30 p.m.

    Dec. 5  Away    Nelson County Tip-off    1 p.m.   

    Dec. 8    Home    Nelson County         7:30 p.m.

    Dec. 11  Home    Hart County                    6:30 p.m.

  • Lady Hawks fall to Central, Adair

    The LaRue County High School Lady Hawks dropped two games last week, falling to Central Hardin 53-56 Jan. 22 and Adair County 54-42 Jan. 23.

    LaRue County (10-9) led for most of the early part of the game before Central Hardin (6-13) closed the first half with a 9-0 run behind four points and an assist from Lauren Norton to take a 27-23 lead into halftime.

  • Hawks Basketball Schedule

    Dec. 5    Away    Casey County                       4:30 p.m.

    Dec. 8    Home    Breckinridge County             8 p.m.

    Dec. 11   Home    Hart County                       8 p.m.

  • Mat Hawks finish second at Five...

    The LaRue County Mat Hawks took second Jan. 17 at the Five Star Classic at Lexington Lafayette.

    Lafayette won the event; Central Hardin was third, followed by Tates Creek and Franklin County.

    Hawks who won first-place medals include Nick Paden at 112 pounds with final win by forfeit; Shelby Floyd at 135 pounds with final win over Tates Creek; Shawn Hull at 145 pounds with final win over Franklin; and Drew Newberry at 215 pounds with final win over LaFayette.

    Bernard Ray took second at 171 pounds, dropping his final match to Franklin.

  • Mat Hawks compete at State Duals...

    The LaRue County High School Mat Hawks are ready to make a run at the school’s fifth dual state championship title Saturday at Henry Clay High School in Lexington. The team has moved up the rankings and find themselves heading into Saturday’s competition as the number two ranked team in the state.

    “Rankings don’t mean much,” said head coach Gary Canter. “It just helps identify some of the better teams in the state but they don’t mean that we are the very best in the state. That is what Saturday is about.”

  • Cheerleaders flying high

    The LaRue County High School cheerleaders won their division at Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors competition Saturday. The squad competes at state KAPOS Feb. 20 at Western Kentucky University. On the squad are Leann Carothers, Savannah Hines, Danielle Evans, Gabriela Garcia, Erin Duvall, Whitney Graham, Whitney McDowell, Niccole Carter, Kim Swears, Olivia Dulak,  Emily Armes, Haley Dragoo, Taylor Dawson, Gracen WIlliams, Whitney Heath, Amber Murphy, Shelbi Brooks and Brigitte Skaggs. Coaches are Tara Wooden and Renee Wright.

  • Hawks defeat Adair, Hart

    LaRue County improved their record to 9-6 and 4-0 in district play with a 73-58 victory over Hart County Jan. 15 at Hart County.

    Sophomore guards Kyle Sheeran and Jordan Brewer scored 16 points while Kyle Meredith came off the bench to score 12. Jason Carlberg and Tyler Nall each scored eight, Anthony Myrks scored six points and Kelton Ford, five. 

    Defeat Adair   

    The win came on the heels of a 50-47 victory at home to Adair County Jan. 12.

  • Lady Hawks fall to Hart and...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks lost to 18th District rival Hart County, 57-41 Jan. 15 and Bullitt Central 53-47 Jan. 16.

    Bullitt Central

    Junior forward Lyndsay Whitlock scored 19 points, but it wasn’t enough for the Lady Hawks as they let a five-point halftime lead slip away.

    Eighth-grade wing Ivy Brown chipped in 11 points and had nine rebounds, while sixth-grade guard Erin Boley scored five. Alexis Brewer, Valerie Whitlock, Shana Zajdel and Nancy Howell rounded out the scoring. Brewer hit the team’s single three-point attempt.