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Today's Sports

  • Sportsmen for Christ plan banquet

    Sportsmen for Christ wild game banquet will be 5:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at South Fork Baptist Church on U.S. 31E. Guest speaker is Jeff Eaton.

    Admission is free. Participants are asked to bring a covered dish. Door prizes will be offered.

    For more information, call 325-3626.

  • Softball Boosters offer soup...

    The Lady Hawks Softball Boosters will host a soup supper Jan. 30 during the Lady Hawks and Hawks basketball doubleheader against the Elizabethtown Panthers.

    The soup supper will take place in the LCHS cafeteria from 5 to 8 p.m. and will cost $5. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance from team members. Cost includes unlimited soups, desserts and beverage.

  • Lady Hawks to retire two jerseys

    Friday night, before the Lady Hawks’ home basketball game, the LaRue County girls’ basketball program will retire two former players’ numbers.

    Jerseys 15 and 42 will be retired in honor of Verda Dunn-Hacker, Class of 1981, and Lisa Phillips, Class of 1990.

    The jerseys will hang in the gym lobby along with the only other Lady Hawk jersey to be retired – Tammy Shelton, number 32, Class of 2005.

  • Central Hardin defeats Hawks

    Falling behind 9-0 at the outset, LaRue County's boys' basketball team lost Friday for only the third time this season. The Hawks dropped a 53-44 decision at Central Hardin.

    LaRue was scoreless until 2:35 left in the first quarter but managed to pull within three at 11-8 by the quarter's end. The same margin existed at halftime at Central led 25-22.

  • Lady Hawks break Hart’...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks accomplished something Friday night that had not been done since Travis Wootton has been coach, nor since most of the current players were in grade school – beat the Hart County Lady Raiders.

    It has been 12 games since the Lady Hawks have beaten the Lady Raiders. LaRue’s ladies last defeated Hart Dec. 12, 2003, in overtime, 66-60.

    It didn’t take an overtime to get the job done Friday night.

  • Hawks defeat Hart 70-54

    The LaRue County Hawks hosted the Hart County Raiders Friday night in the second game of their regular season matchups. The Hawks had a narrow escape in Munfordville in December with a 53-51 win. The Raiders, an up-and-down team which recently defeated Green County, were looking for some payback. 

    After a strong week of practice where Coach Paul Childress pointed out what the team needed to improve, LaRue County found its defensive edge again, constantly harassing Hart County and disrupting what the Raiders wanted to do.

  • Hawks defeat Hart 70-54

    The LaRue County Hawks hosted the Hart County Raiders Friday night in the second game of their regular season matchups. The Hawks had a narrow escape in Munfordville in December with a 53-51 win. The Raiders, an up-and-down team which recently defeated Green County, were looking for some payback. 

    After a strong week of practice where Coach Paul Childress pointed out what the team needed to improve, LaRue County found its defensive edge again, constantly harassing Hart County and disrupting what the Raiders wanted to do.

  • Hawks defeat Hart 70-54

    The LaRue County Hawks hosted the Hart County Raiders Friday night in the second game of their regular season matchups. The Hawks had a narrow escape in Munfordville in December with a 53-51 win. The Raiders, an up-and-down team which recently defeated Green County, were looking for some payback. 

    After a strong week of practice where Coach Paul Childress pointed out what the team needed to improve, LaRue County found its defensive edge again, constantly harassing Hart County and disrupting what the Raiders wanted to do.

  • Lady Hawks fall 49-31

    LaRue County fell victim to Central Hardin's inside attack Friday and lost the girls' varsity game 49-31.

    The Lady Hawks gave up 18 to Central center Katie Fritts and were outrebounded 37-26.

    LaRue scored the first goal but never led again. Lyndsay Whitlock recorded 14 points and 10 rebounds to led the team.

  • Mat Hawks earn No. 1 seed at...

    The Mat Hawks traveled to Danville last weekend and continued their regional dominance by defeating every regional team and claimed the number one seed from Region 2 for the 2009 State Duals championship.

    The top two teams in each region will compete for the title Jan. 31 in Lexington.

    Last year, John Hardin ended the Mat Hawks’ win streak over regional teams.  This year, John Hardin is ranked sixth in the state while the Mat Hawks are ranked fifth. Friday night’s dual looked to be another close affair.