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Today's Sports

  • Chamber scramble scheduled

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce will hold its 15th annual golf scramble 10:30 a.m. April 18 at the LaRue County Country Club, 1175 Greensburg Road, Hodgenville.

    First place is $400 plus jackpot.

    Entry fee is $60 per player; $240 per team. For more information, call 358-3411.

  • Chamber scramble scheduled

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce will hold its 15th annual golf scramble 10:30 a.m. April 18 at the LaRue County Country Club, 1175 Greensburg Road, Hodgenville.

    First place is $400 plus jackpot.

    Entry fee is $60 per player; $240 per team. For more information, call 358-3411.

  • Chamber scramble scheduled

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce will hold its 15th annual golf scramble 10:30 a.m. April 18 at the LaRue County Country Club, 1175 Greensburg Road, Hodgenville.

    First place is $400 plus jackpot.

    Entry fee is $60 per player; $240 per team. For more information, call 358-3411.

  • Pro baseball team welcomes...

    Clay Underwood, formerly of LaRue County, will perform the National Anthem on Friday, which is opening night of the Bowling Green Hot Rods' inaugural season.

    The baseball team is a Class A affiliate of the American League champion Tampa Bay Rays. They take on the Kannapolis Intimidators opening night.

    Underwood, who now lives in Horse Cave, was asked to perform follow the success of his current album, New Beginnings and Old Honky Tonks. 

    For more information, contact the team’s ticket office at 270-901-2121 or www.bghotrods.com.

  • Marcum, Wilson join staff at...

    Two students from Sallee’s Family Taekwondo of Hodgenville recently were promoted to the American Taekwondo Association trainee instructor program.

    These students will be responsible for teaching Taekwondo under the direct supervision of the school’s owner/head instructor, Randal Sallee Jr. and David Perkins, assistant instructor.

  • Marcum, Wilson join staff at...

    Two students from Sallee’s Family Taekwondo of Hodgenville recently were promoted to the American Taekwondo Association trainee instructor program.

    These students will be responsible for teaching Taekwondo under the direct supervision of the school’s owner/head instructor, Randal Sallee Jr. and David Perkins, assistant instructor.

  • Marcum, Wilson join staff at...

    Two students from Sallee’s Family Taekwondo of Hodgenville recently were promoted to the American Taekwondo Association trainee instructor program.

    These students will be responsible for teaching Taekwondo under the direct supervision of the school’s owner/head instructor, Randal Sallee Jr. and David Perkins, assistant instructor.

  • Tennis teams face rebuilding year

    After winning their first Regional title in LaRue County history, the tennis team has high hopes of repeating again this year but with a younger squad.

    Fifth-year head coach Chris Estes is returning only two seniors on the girls' squad and no seniors on the boys.

    The entire boys team will be first time varsity players with the exception of Dylan Parr.

    “We’ll be young and rebuilding,” Estes said, “but we have a lot of talent and we’ll get better as we go.”

  • Mayfield combines with teammates...

    It lasted only seven innings and it took four pitchers, but it still goes into Western Kentucky’s record book as a no-hitter.

    Craig Stem, Tyler Gilliland, Harry Stubel and Aaron Mayfield, a LaRue County High School graduate, combined to throw seven hitless innings March 31 as the Hilltoppers clobbered Kentucky Wesleyan 15-0 in a game shortened by a 10-run mercy rule at Nick Denes Field in Bowling Green.

  • LaRue’s shot and...

    The weather was cold, cloudy and rainy, but it didn’t dampen the spirits at the LaRue County High School track and field events March 31. The boys’ shot put and discus throwers led the way with the boys placing one, two and three while the girls won three relays.

    The boys and girls both placed second overall.