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Today's Sports

  • LCMS Lady Hawks basketball...

    7th Grade

    Andrea Self, coach

    LaRue 40, Taylor 27 – Cayleigh Allen, 2; Alexis Brewer, 12; Delany Eastridge, 1; Erin Boley, 21; Taylor Burd, 2; Kaylee Bush, 2

    LaRue 51, Russell 20 – Allen, 5; Brewer, 16; Bush, 4; Boley, 24; Burd, 2

    LaRue 18, Adair 30 – Brewer, 16; Boley, 1; Allen, 1

    LaRue 47, Hart 8 – Bush, 6; Brewer, 6; Boley, 18; Shakeya Washington, 1; Burd, 6; Allen, 10

    LaRue 28, Caverna 14 – Bush, 4; Brewer, 8; Eastridge, 2; Boley, 7; Burd, 2; Allen, 5

  • Bardstown wins in flu-forced...

    Landmark News Service

    Bardstown High School's  football team got a second, unexpected bye week Friday — and a win — in the wake of Wednesday’s cancellation of school and all other activities in the Harrison County School System.

  • 3-on-3 basketball tournament set...

    The LaRue County High School girls’ basketball team is hosting a 3-on-3 indoor basketball tournament beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4.

    The event features divisions for men and women of all ages. Games will be held in the high school and middle school gyms.

    Cost is $50 per team with four on a team. Prizes will be awarded.

    For more information, call James “Boo” Brewer at 735-5994, David Brown at 734-2949 or Travis Wooten at 734-1475.

  • LCMS ladies dominate tournament

    Aggressiveness and a strong mentality were top priority for the LaRue County Middle School Lady Hawks Saturday as they hosted a tournament. This tournament included all the teams that will compete in the district tournament at the end of the season. Teams that participated were Hart, Green, Caverna and LaRue. Both the seventh and eighth grade Lady Hawks won the tournament.

    7th Grade

    The seventh-grade ladies started the tournament when they took on Hart County. LaRue won the tip off and immediately took the lead when Taylor Burd put up a three-point shot.

  • Railsplitter Run registration is...

    Registration for the Lincoln Days Railsplitter Run and Walk is 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3. The walk starts at 9:30 a.m.; the run starts at 10 a.m.

    For more information, visit www.Lincolndays.org or call 358-8710.

  • Homecoming celebration is Friday

    Football homecoming is Oct. 2. The Hawks face Central Hardin at 8 p.m.

  • Panthers fold under Hawk attack

    The LaRue County Hawks ruined Elizabethtown’s homecoming Friday, taking away a 35-7 win. The victory brought LaRue’s record to 4-1.

    Assistant coach Josh Jaggers’ Hawk defense kept Elizabethtown wondering if they were even going to cross the goal line. LaRue held Elizabethtown to only 208 total yards.

  • LaRue County looks to slow down...

    Landmark News Service

  • Hawks blast Elizabethtown 35-7

    LaRue County won its third straight and fourth time in five tries this season 35-7 at Elizabethtown. The victory also spoiled the Panthers' homecoming celebration.

    LaRue has one 10 of its last 13 varsity football games with Elizabethtown.

    The Hawks got three touchdowns and 103 yards rushing from Alex Lee. The Hawks' ground attactk gained 258 yards on the night. Marquis Cobb and Jordan Brewer also scored rushing touchdowns for LaRue.

  • Carrie Warren competes in Ironman

    Since she took up running to help her lose weight 10 years ago, Carrie Warren has progressed from jogging a couple of miles near her home at Ovesen Heights to mini-marathons and then to marathons, including New York City’s famous race.

    She stepped up big time, however, Aug. 30 when she completed her first Ironman. The Ironman includes three grueling parts – a 2.4-mile swim followed by a 112-mile bicycle ride and then a 26.2-mile marathon run.