Today's Sports

  • Youth soccer begins

    The LaRue County Youth Soccer season officially began last Saturday with 180 kids playing in 6 divisions.

  • Sophie Akin is True Blue

    Loyal, energetic, inquisitive and vocal. These are a few of the requirements coaches expect their upperclassmen to possess. For Junior Lady Hawks Volleyball player Sophie Akin, these characteristics are evident on and off the court.

    Akin has been playing volleyball since the sixth grade.

    “Coming into middle school I didn’t know what sports I was interested in yet,” Akin said. “So, when all of my friends decided to try out for the volleyball team I thought why not, and fell in love with it the first year.”

  • LCHS golf results - September 14...

    Green Wave Invitational

    Doe Valley Golf Club

    6244 yards - par 71

    (2nd) *LaRue County - 312

    1. Cameron Dawson - 71

    Taylor Eastridge - 79

    Cameron Lasley - 80

    Hunter McLaughlin - 82

    Chandler McLaughlin - 87

    *Tied for 1st place team. Lost via tiebreaker (5th score).

  • Youth football scores -...

    Flag Division Won 41-19 over South Hardin and Lost 28-38 against New Haven

    7-8 year-olds: Won 47-0 over Taylor County

    9-10 year-olds: Lost 18-6 vs Taylor County

    11-12 year-olds: canceled due to inclement weather.

  • Church league softball scores -...

    League Standings after three weeks of play

    Blue Team: 0-5

    Orange Team: 4-1

    Black Team: 3-2

    Purple Team: 3-3

    Gray Team: 4-1

    Lime Team: 1-4

    Green Team: 3-2

  • Sports shorts - September 14,...

    Kentucky Partnership for Families and Children

    Join KPFC in their “Be the One” Golf Scramble at Juniper Hills Golf Course in Frankfort, Kentucky on Friday, September 16 at 1 p.m. ET. To register for either event, go to KPFC’s website at https://kypartnership.org

    Volley for the cure

  • Hawks fall to Adair County 48-10

    The LaRue County Hawks football team lost to the Adair County Indians last Friday 48-10.

    The Hawks stayed with the Indians and kept the game within reach as they only trailed at halftime 21-10. But the Indians came out clicking on all cylinders in the second half with four unanswered touchdowns.

    The only two scores from the Hawks came from a 27 yard field goal from Josh McCourt and a five yard touchdown pass from quarterback Dane Milby to receiver M.J. Embree.

  • LCHS soccer loses three straight

    After starting the season undefeated after six games, the LaRue County Boys Soccer team lost three straight games this past week making them 5-3-1 on the season

    The Hawks lost their first game of the season last Tuesday to the Elizabethtown Panthers 1-3. The Panthers had a 2-0 lead until Dalton Skaggs scored with 29 minutes left to play in the game. But the Panthers would hold off the Hawks comeback and score again to seal the game 3-1.

  • Lady Hawks go 1-1

    After picking up a blowout 10-0 win, the Lady Hawks Girls Soccer team were blown out themselves by Bullitt East last Saturday 0-6.

    During the 10-0 win against Marion County last Wednesday, Gillian Nunn scored five times followed by Makenzi Hornback with three goals and Natalie Wolf with two. Gillian Nunn and Kylee Nunn both had assists in the game.

    The game against Bullitt East didn’t fare as well for the Lady Hawks as they struggled to get going in the 6-0 loss. No stats were available for the game.

  • Hawks volleyball 2-3 in tourney

    The LaRue County Hawks volleyball team finished 2-3 at the Hillard Lyons Fall Classic tournament in Elizabethtown last Saturday.

    The Lady Hawks lost their first two games of the tournament to Christian County 0-2 (25-13, 25-15) and Warren East 0-2 (25-16, 25-21). They rebounded with a 2-1 (18-25, 25-20, 15-13) win against Brown High School and a 2-0 win against Nelson County (25-15, 25-19). However, they lost their final game of the tournament to Breckinridge County 0-2 (25-14, 25-17)