Today's Sports

  • Big Maroon Club dinner and...

    Campbellsville University will host its Big Maroon Club dinner and auction beginning at 6 p.m. Aug. 11. The event will be in the Winters Dining Hall on campus.
    A silent auction begins at 6 p.m.; dinner is at 6:30 p.m.
    The live auction will feature about 30 items including sports collectibles, golf outings, a week in a three-bedroom condo in Naples and a week’s stay in Aruba.

  • Horse racing a barrel of fun for...

    Lauren Clark still marvels at how her barrel racing career has worked out so well.

    Especially since her favorite – and top prize-winning horse – was bought by mistake.

    When Clark purchased him four years ago, the 2011 Elizabethtown High School graduate thought she’d picked up a horse with the registered name Streaking Six. Instead of streaking to titles, it was seeking gold.

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  • Annual Bike Trek to Shakertown...

    After 25 successful Bike Trek to Shakertown events raising more than $2.5 million to fight lung disease, the American Lung Association is still trekking after all these years. The 26th annual ride, presented by Kindred Healthcare, is scheduled for Sept. 17-19.
    Interested participants are encouraged to register now since space is limited and training opportunities are already underway.

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  • Sports Shorts: Updated 07/19

    Youth softball sign ups
    Sign ups for the LaRue County Youth Softball Fall League will be July 23 at LaRue County Parks and Recreation for girls U6-U14. For more information, contact Jeff Shelton at 358-3384 visit Facebook at LaRue County Youth Softball.
    Lady Hawks Basketball Summer Camp

  • Learning season ahead for young...

    It was hot in the LaRue County High School gym Friday, July 15 when the LaRue County Lady Hawks Volleyball Team had their first official practice and try-outs.  
    Head Coach Ben Schell took the Ladies through their conditioning paces. The workout was very strenuous with a lot of running and other exercises.  
    “Early in the season, we concentrate on conditioning and later on we’ll try to tie those conditioning skills to volleyball,” said Coach Schell.

  • 8’s progress in state tourny

    The LaRue County 8-year-olds All-Stars began pool play for the state tournament on Wednesday playing Beechmont.
    LaRue won 23-0, pounding out 27 hits in four innings.
    Brooks Bracket, Tripp Chapman and Derek Heath went 3-4. Bryson Arnett and Evan Morris went 4-4; Connor Baker went 3-3; Bryce Neagle and Clay Perry went 2-3; Daniel Snodgrass went 2-4; and Layne Gribbons went 1-3.
    In the second game the 8s beat Hikes Point 19-11.