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Today's Sports

  • Dawson earns berth in Jr. PGA...

    Two good days in Bardstown has a rising LaRue County High School junior bound for the Lone Star State.

    Closing his second and final 18-hole round with a birdie Wednesday (June 17), Cameron Dawson won the 82-player boys’ 13-over division at the 40th Junior PGA Championship national qualifier at Bardstown Country Club’s Maywood Course.

  • Sports Shorts - June 24, 2015

    Pickleball

    Pickleball is being played 5-8 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays at the pavilion behind First Baptist Church on Tonieville Road. Free to anyone who is interested in learning the sport, a combination of tennis and ping-pong. All equipment provided.

    Flaget Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Scramble

    The Flaget Memorial Hospital Foundation will host its fourth annual golf scramble on June 26 at Bardstown Country Club, 130 Maywood Avenue. Both corporate and individual registrations are now available for the event.

  • Hungary Games: Boley shines in...

    For Erin Boley, playing for Team USA in the 2015 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championship for Women earlier this month in Debrecen, Hungary was not only a learning experience but also an amazing adventure.

    “I learned so much more about the game on the court and from the people I met,” said the 6-2 forward/guard who will be a senior at Elizabethtown High School this fall.

  • Sports Shorts - June 17, 2015

    Pickleball

    Pickleball is being played 5-8 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays at the pavilion behind First Baptist Church on Tonieville Road. Free to anyone who is interested in learning the sport, a combination of tennis and ping-pong. All equipment provided.

    LaRue County Youth Baseball/Softball Fun Day

  • LCHS players recognized

    Over the last week, several Hawk baseball players, along with a Lady Hawk softball player received recognition for their outstanding accomplishments on the field. Sophomore Cameron Dawson, Junior Colby Skaggs, and Senior Emillee Cundiff had the opportunity to showcase their talents in all-star games while Koy Lindsey was recognized for his baseball performance this past season.

    Emillee Cundiff

  • Hawks ‘bleed blue’ for the week

    Traditionally summer basketball has consisted of teams getting together for practices and then attending a week-long summer basketball camp on a university campus. These camps are usually very expensive for individuals and more focus is put on competing against other teams.

    So, instead of loading up and traveling to a summer basketball camp, Head Coach Paul Childress decided to do something different, and host his first ever team camp. This team camp took place on the LCMS/LCHS campus. Twenty-five players in grades 9-12 attended the overnight week-long camp.

  • 18th District softball...

    Three base running mistakes and seven fielding errors haunted the LaRue County Lady Hawks in last week’s 18th District Softball Tournament championship.

    Top-seeded Green County won its second straight district title on May 20 by a 7-3 score at Hart County.

    “I’m sick,” Lady Hawks coach Rocky Cundiff said. “We had two major base-running errors, but I’m more sick over the defensive errors. We spotted them six runs, and you can’t do that. You just can’t play like that.”

  • New coaches at LCHS

    The LaRue County Cheer Program is transitioning into new leadership this spring. Danielle VanderMolen will oversee the LCHS Competitive Cheer Program while Jennifer Thrasher will assist.

  • District Champs

     Top-seeded LaRue County erupted for 11 runs in the first two innings en route to a 14-0 rout of Green County to win the 18th District baseball championship in May.

  • PHOTO: Sportsmanship Award