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Today's Sports

  • Hawks down Spencer County

    The LaRue County High School boys’ basketball team broke a two-game losing streak Jan. 13 with a defeat of Spencer County, 82-72.

    Senior forward Bryan Bault scored 29 points and had seven rebounds as the visiting Hawks (14-2) returned to their winning ways.

    Senior guard Christian Seymour chipped in with 17 points and four assists, while senior forward Tyler Hornback added 15 points, eight steals, six rebounds and four assists.

    Junior forward Tyler Nall and freshman guard Jordan Brewer each scored eight points.

  • Detre leads Nelson County team...

    Jason Detre wrestled on LaRue County High School’s first State Duals team way back in 1995.

    He’s now head wrestling coach at region rival Nelson County High School.

    On Saturday, Detre – following in the footsteps of his former coach Gary Canter – led his team to its first State Duals appearance by finishing second at the Region 2 duals.

  • Tyler Hornback reaches 1,000-...

    LaRue County and Louisville Eastern were the state’s lone undefeated boys’ basketball teams entering games Jan. 6. Eastern bested Ballard, but the Hawks fell 64-63 at home to Campbellsville.

    The Eagles (8-4) built double-digit leads and still held a 59-47 advantage after Bryton Taylor’s steal and lay-up at 6:59 of the fourth quarter.

    However, LaRue County (13-1) charged back for the third time during the game and used a 14-4 run to trail by only two (63-61) with 1:44 left.

  • Basketball passes on sale

    Season passes for LaRue County’s upcoming high school basketball season are available at the high school.

    The passes cost $20 for students and $40 for adults and are valid for all varsity, JV, freshmen boys’ and girls’ home games during the regular season.

     

  • LaRue outlasts Jeffersonville

    Results from Jan. 14 three-way dual at Central Hardin High School:

    LARUE COUNTY 42, JEFFERSONVILLE 18

    103: Nick Paden (LC) def. White (J), 0:27

    112: Justin Thompson (LC) def. Felker (J), 0:46

    119: Vazquez (J) def. Taylor Albert (LC), 6-4

    125: Watts (J) def. Brandon Ward (LC), 6-2

    130: Shelby Floyd (LC) def. Harbin (J), 8-1

    135: Shaquille Cox (LC) def. Simpson (J), 10-7

    140: Shawn Hull (LC) def. Davis (J), 10-2

    145: Vince Couch (LC) def. Dryden (J), 9-7

    152: Dez Jakes (LC) def. Everett (J), 0:45

  • Lady Hawks rebound after loss,...

    The LaRue County High School Lady Hawks dropped a district game to Green County Friday night, 55-39.

    Sophomore guard Lyndsay Whitlock had six rebounds and team bests in points (13) and steals (six) for LaRue County (7-5, 2-2). Twin sister Valerie Whitlock chipped in with nine points, seven rebounds and two steals, while seventh-grade post Ivy Brown just missed a double-double off the bench with nine points and eight rebounds.

  • LaRue cheerleaders to compete

    The LaRue County High School cheerleaders will compete today at Taylor County HIgh School in Campbellsville and Jan. 31 for a regional title at Central Hardin HIgh School in Elizabethtown.

    The competition is conducted by KAPOS, the Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors.

  • Volleyball skills camp is...

    A volleyball skills camp for girls in grades 5-8 will be 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Jan. 17 in the LaRue County Middle School gym. Cost is $40 for camp and light lunch.

    For more information, call Eddie Paden at 358-3196.

     

  • Jumping Hawks perform Friday at...

    The Jumping Hawks have a public performance scheduled for Friday.

    The fourth and fifth graders will jump at halftime of the varsity boys’ basketball game with Hart County.

     

  • Hawks continue winning streak at...

    Good outside shooting from senior Christian Seymour and some timely late baskets from Tyler Hornback led the LaRue County Hawks to defeat 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.