Today's Sports

  • Chamber hosts 18th golf scramble

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce will host its 18th annual golf scramble on March 30 at LaRue County Golf Course outside Buffalo.
    Rain date is April 20.
    The fundraiser begins with lunch at 11 a.m. Play begins with a shotgun start at noon.
    Entry fees are $60 individual; $240 team. There is a $10 savings on a team entry if prepaid by March 16.
    Mulligans (do-overs) are limited to two per player and cost $5.
    The entry fee includes green fee, cart, beverages, all contests and lunch. A foursome must have a minimum handicap of 45.

  • Mat Hawks win 12th Regional...

    It was the 12th regional title in 14 years for the LaRue County Mat Hawks and the third in a row.
    Regional records fell and were tied on Saturday in Danville as LaRue’s grapplers won the Region 2 title by more than 70 points. They had eight regional champions which tied a regional record, went undefeated in their championship matches, which tied another regional record and had one Mat Hawk – senior Nick Paden – win his fifth consecutive regional championship tying another regional record.

  • Cheerleaders make it to UCA...

    The LaRue County High School cheerleaders competed this weekend in the National High School Cheerleading Championship at the Walt Disney Resort in Orlando.

    The team finished 13th in the Medium Varsity Division Two.

    They were judged on tumbling, stunting, jumps and dance.

    Tara Wooden is the cheer squad's coach.

  • Region 2 Wrestling Results

    Weight: 106
    1st: Kyle Edlin, LaRue County 10 37- 5
    2nd: Lucas McCain, Boyle County 9 37- 9
    3rd: Rayvin Edayan, Fort Knox 11 28- 15
    4th: Henry Crowdus, John Hardin 10 27- 16
    5th: Mason Baker, Anderson County 8 21- 9
    6th: Thomas Skaggs, North Hardin 10 18- 19

    Weight: 113
    1st: Kyle Shults, North Hardin 10 23- 8
    2nd: Andrew Ackley, Nelson County 8 26- 7
    3rd: Nick Coffell, Central Hardin 12 32- 11
    4th: Tanner Mouser, LaRue County 11 14- 14

  • WRESTLING: Shawn Hull looks for...

    Knowing this was his final season as a LaRue County wrestler, senior Shawn Hull wanted to put everything on the line.

    Hull increased his workout regimen and attended several wrestling camps over the summer to get better.

    Hull’s improved work ethic has led him to a 33-1 record – his only loss came in December’s Smoky Mountain Duals in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. – and the No. 1 ranking at 160 pounds by kentuckywrestling.com entering Saturday’s Region 2 Tournament in Danville.

  • New fishing license year begins...

     The new year for fishing licenses begins March 1.

    This coming year presents some new opportunities to catch rainbow trout, blue catfish, redear sunfish, also known as shellcrackers and white crappie.

    Black crappie now dominate the population in Taylorsville Lake, and a good spawn last year should lead to good fishing for blacks in the coming years. Also, three years of white crappie stockings should lead to great fishing this spring.


     District basketball tourneys

    The District Basketball Tournaments will be Feb. 20-24 at Green County High School.

    The schedule is as follows:

    Monday, Feb. 20

    5:30 p.m. –– Girls #1 Green vs. #4 Caverna

    7 p.m. –– Boys #1 LaRue vs. #4 Caverna


    Tuesday, Feb. 21

    5:30 p.m. –– Girls #2 Hart vs. #3 LaRue County

    7 p.m. –– Boys #2 Hart vs. #3 Green


    Friday, Feb. 24

  • BASKETBALL: Hawks defeat Nelson...

     Junior guard Kelton Ford scored 23 points and senior guard Kyle Sheeran added 19 as the host Hawks (17-7) knocked off the Cardinals (6-17) Tuesday for their fourth win in six games.

    Nelson pulled within three points at halftime but the Hawks outscored them 15-7 in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

    Ford also had seven assists and four steals, while Sheeran hit four 3-pointers and had three steals.

  • Girls basketball: NELSON 38,...

     The host Lady Hawks blew a nine-point first-quarter lead as Nelson County's Lady Cardinals rallied to win their sixth straight Feb. 7.

    The Lady Cards took advantage of the early lead to win 38-33.

    LaRue County, which lost its third straight, led 12-3 after the first quarter but was held to single digits the final three periods.

    Sophomore wing Ivy Brown paced the Lady Hawks with 22 points, eight rebounds and three steals. She hit two-of-four 3-point shots. Sophomore center Alley Evans scored five points.

  • Youth soccer program needs...

     The LaRue County Youth Soccer Program is gearing up for a new season and organizers are hoping for plenty of community support.

    According to volunteer Heather Cook, the playing field at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School needs prep work including top soil, seed and straw. If you have a tractor and grader box and are willing to donate your time, contact her at 270-766-8959 or h.cook69@yahoo.com.

    Volunteers and suggestions are needed as well.

    The goal is to have all work completed by March 1.