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Today's Sports

  • Lady Hawks 2-1 on the week

    The Lady Hawks broke John Hardin’s four-game winning streak April 12 with an 8-7 victory at home. The team jumped out to an 8-1 lead and depended on their defense and pitching to notch their seventh victory of the season.

  • Green County All-Comers Meet...

    LARUE TEAM RESULTS

    Boys’ (9 Teams)

     3. LaRue County – 107 points

    Girls’ (9 Teams)

     5. LaRue County – 69 points

    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

    Girls’ 100-Meter Dash, 26 Competitors

     2. Justine Scroggins, 13.38

    13. Shaila Winston, 14.68

    24. Jasmine Bryant, 17.00

    Girls’ 200-Meter Dash, 29 Competitors

     3. Justine Scroggins, 28.45

    15. Shaila Winston, 31.23

    27. Jasmine Bryant, 36.54

  • Bourbon City Speedway Go-Kart...

    April 10

    OHV LITE

    First-#21 Kevin Lee; second-#23B Carter Bergin; third-#4 Lucas Chaudoin; fourth-#55 Zachary Osborne; fifth-#21B Brandon Lucas

    sixth-#A2 Jimmy Anderson; seventh-#23 Theresa Bellah; eighth-#2 Billy Dickens; ninth-#00 Greg Wooten; 10th-#664 Matt Henon

    OHV ROOKIE

    First-#72 Mason Grant; second-#39 Hunter Boddy

    JR. GOLD

    First-#77 Cody Kneisler; second-#M80 Matt Underwood

    OHV SUPER HEAVY

  • Sports Shorts

    Youth Soccer Association to meet

    The LaRue County Youth Soccer Association meets every third Tuesday of the month at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School in the guidance room. The next meeting is April 20.

    Umpires needed

    Youth girls’ softball is seeking umpires for the upcoming season. Those interested should call Regina Devers after 4 p.m. at 234-6217.

  • Lady Hawks good sports after...

    The Lady Hawks traveled to Panama City Beach last week to take on Bay County’s finest teams. They came back with one win and three losses, but learned a valuable lesson – a softball game is not life and death, it’s simply just a game.

  • KHSAA seeks new board member

    The Kentucky Department of Education is seeking an individual to serve on the Kentucky High School Athletics Association Board of Control to fill a vacant position.

    The KHSAA is the Kentucky Board of Education’s designee to manage statewide interscholastic athletic programs. The Board of Control supervises KHSAA, establishes staff salaries, sets goals for the association and has the authority to set rules and review proposed changes to the KHSAA constitution and bylaws.

  • Hawks go 3-2 during Florida...

    The LaRue County Hawks baseball team went 3-2 during spring break as they competed at the Florida Beach Bash in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

    Caldwell clobbered

    Sophomore Slade Owens scattered three hits and two walks in five innings to lead the Hawks to a 12-3 win April 5 over Caldwell County. He struck out two and didn’t allow a run.

    Sophomore Kyle Sheeran had three singles, an RBI and a run scored, while Owens had two singles, two runs scored and two RBIs for the Hawks.

    Washington washed up

  • Hawks back on top with win over...

    After back-to-back losses to John Hardin (4-3) and Barren County (11-10), LaRue County Coach Chris Price was glad to put one in the win column March 29 against the North Hardin Trojans 9-1. 

  • Lady Hawks win two before...

    At the beginning of the season, the Lady Hawks listed a few goals: To protect the home field, concentrate for the full game and dominate when the opportunity arises. 

    The team took care of business March 29 when the Lady Commanderettes visited Hodgenville. The Lady Hawks overwhelmed Washington County 16-3 in five innings.

  • Hawks open season with wins over...

    In their first game of the season, the LaRue County Hawks varsity baseball team defeated the Caverna Colonels 12-1 in five innings at Horse Cave March 22. 

    “It was a good win to start the year,” Coach Chris Price said. “We are just trying to get better. We made a lot of mistakes tonight but they were mistakes that you make when you don’t have a lot of experience. None of these guys have much varsity experience. We just want to see progress.”

    Price said the defense was “fair but needs to improve.”