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Today's Sports

  • LaRue boys capture 18th District...

    LaRue County earned a new item for its basketball trophy case. The Hawks fought off some fourth-quarter surges to defeat Green County 59-49 in the championship game of the 18th District boys' basketball tournament Friday.

    Playing on a neutral court in Munfordville, the Hawks won their first 18th District title since 2003.

  • Danielle Brown averaging 9...

    After a solid high school play at LaRue County High School, Danielle Brown has become a solid contributor for the Lady Patriots of St. Catharine College near Springfield.

    Brown, who played her high school senior year for Lady Hawk head coach Travis Wootton, now plays for Lena Bramblett where she averages 9 points and nearly 6.5 rebounds a game.

    “After taking the year off she has really dedicated herself to getting better,” Bramblett said of her redshirt sophomore. “She has confidence on offense that she didn’t have before.”

  • Hawks win tournament

    Good outside shooting from senior Christian Seymour and some timely late baskets from Tyler Hornback led the LaRue County Hawks to defeat of the Central Hardin Bruins. The win brought the Hawks to 12-0 for the season.

    Seymour buried 5-of-7 3-pointers and Hornback scored seven fourth-quarter points as the host Hawks held off the Bruins, 58-48 in the championship game of the eight-team National Guard Holiday Classic.

  • Hawks win tournament

    Good outside shooting from senior Christian Seymour and some timely late baskets from Tyler Hornback led the LaRue County Hawks to defeat of the Central Hardin Bruins. The win brought the Hawks to 12-0 for the season.

    Seymour buried 5-of-7 3-pointers and Hornback scored seven fourth-quarter points as the host Hawks held off the Bruins, 58-48 in the championship game of the eight-team National Guard Holiday Classic.

  • Hawks win tournament

    Good outside shooting from senior Christian Seymour and some timely late baskets from Tyler Hornback led the LaRue County Hawks to defeat of the Central Hardin Bruins. The win brought the Hawks to 12-0 for the season.

    Seymour buried 5-of-7 3-pointers and Hornback scored seven fourth-quarter points as the host Hawks held off the Bruins, 58-48 in the championship game of the eight-team National Guard Holiday Classic.

  • LCHS softball holds tryouts...

    The Lady Hawks softball team will hold tryouts for their freshman team for all girls in fifth through ninth grades 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, in the new sports building on the LaRue County High School campus. The building is behind the baseball field.

    For more information, contact coach Amanda Hayes at 270-234-3303.

    Bring gloves and bat. Cleats are not allowed in the building.

  • Hawks defeat Commanders by 2 for...

    The LaRue County High School Hawks won their homecoming Feb. 17 by defeating the Washington County Commanders 72-70.

    Seniors Tyler Hornback, Bryan Bault and Christian Seymour were introduced for the final time at the LCHS gym as the Hawks completed their final season game.

    The Hawks and Commanders battled toe to toe as both teams came out red-hot matching 3-pointers and easy baskets in transition.

  • Hawks advance in 18th District...

    Bryan Bault hit four free throws with under 30 seconds to go in LaRue’s first-round 18th District game Monday night at Hart County, helping salvage a 53-47 win for the No. 1 seeded Hawks over the host Raiders.

    “He was huge,” said LaRue head coach Paul Childress, speaking of his 6-3 senior. “He’d been struggling from the line all year, but he came through tonight in the clutch.”

  • Mat Hawks take seventh at state...

    The LaRue County High School Mat Hawks qualified 11 wrestlers to the KHSAA State Wrestling tournament in Frankfort Feb. 19-21. First rounds started Thursday morning.

    Overall, the team took seventh. Trinity won the tourney.

    Senior Des Jakes, the 152-pounder for the Mat Hawks went undefeated until the championship round Saturday night, falling to Issac Ervin of Union County, 7-3.

  • Youth baseball signup is Saturday

    Youth baseball signups are 10 a.m-1 p.m Saturday, Feb. 28, in the cafeteria of Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. Enrollment is for ages 4-15.

    For more information, call Ronnie Chelf at 270-268-1115.