Today's Sports

  • Volleyball district opens tonight

    District volleyball action begins tonight at Green County High School.

    LaRue County opens 16th District play against Hart County in the late game that's scheduled to start at 7 p.m. CDT. The host Lady Dragons face Caverna at 5:30 p.m.

    LaRue has defeated Hart in their two regular season meetings.

  • LaRue-North Bullitt game...

    The LaRue County-North Bullitt varsity football game, which opens the Class 4A district season for both teams, has been postponed.

    After a day of rain and more in the forecast, the game was moved to Saturday. Kickoff is at the same time: 7:30 p.m. at LCHS.

    The Hawks are 4-2 on the season with wins over Campbellsville, Green County, Elizabethtown and Glasgow.

    North Bullitt has a 2-4 record with wins coming against South Oldham and Waggener.

    It is the first of three consecutive district game for LaRue, which will determine its postseason opportunities.

  • Golf scramble is benefit for St...

    The South Dixie for St. Jude Charity Golf Scramble will be 10 a.m. Oct. 10 at the LaRue County Country Club. Entry fee is $50 per person. Deadline for entries was Oct. 4. A cornhole tournament will follow the scramble at 4 p.m.

    For more information, call Tommy Locke at 369-0167 or 358-3710.

  • Hawks' homecoming hopes...

    LaRue County dropped its homecoming game to the fifth-ranked Central Hardin Bruins 51-41 Friday.

    Even though the Hawks were disappointed, Coach Rodney Armes saw promise that may carry through to the district games that start next week.

    “I was real pleased that our guys didn’t give up,” Armes said. “We were down 24-7 at one point and they could have, but they didn’t.”

    The Hawks had the lead only once in the game 7-0 on a Ryan Wafford seven-yard run.

  • LaRue loses football shoot out

    After trailing 24-7 in the first half, LaRue County pulled within three points late in the fourth quarter before dropping a 51-41 decision Friday  to unbeaten Central Hardin.

    The homecoming crowd at Hawk Field enjoyed an offensive shoot out.

    First-half errors, including a fumble and blocked punt, put LaRue in a hole. But the team's powerful run game fueled a rally. Central Hardin led 44-41 late in the fourth quarter when the Hawks forced a punt. That drive stalled on a fourth-and-two stop minutes later.

  • Cox takes fourth in golf tourney

    Last week, 70 amateurs and 16 professionals teed it up at Richmond’s Gibson Bay in the 2009 PGA National Resort Kentucky Senior Open.

    In the Pro Division, Steve Cox of Hodgenville tied for fourth with a total score of 142. He won $275.

  • Soccer Hawks roll over opponents

    The LaRue County High School boys' soccer team have been on a successful run.

    The boys defeated Kentucky School for the Deaf 2-0 Sept. 15; Campbellsville 5-1 Sept. 16; Monroe County 4-0 Sept. 19; and tied Fort Knox 0-0 Sept. 17.

    In four varsity matches, the Hawks emerged with three shutouts and an 11 to 1 scoring margin.

  • Lady Hawks whip Washington in...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks volleyball team bounced back from a disappointing loss to district rival Green County with a victory over Washington County and a championship at a Bowling Green tournament.

    Tuesday, the Lady Hawks beat the Commanderettes in straight sets 25-15 and 25-8. 

  • Ryan Durbin, Michelle Seymour...

    The LaRue County High School’s boys' cross country team competed at the annual Central Hardin Invitational at Freeman Lake Park.

    Ryan Durbin was the top finisher for LaRue, taking 25th with a time of 19:47.05 on the 3.1-mile course.

    Truman Padgett was 46th; Spencer Reed was 50th; and Blake Heibert was 58th.


    The Lady Hawk harriers also competed in the event.

    Michelle Seymour was the top finisher for LaRue in 15th place with a time of 23:44.47. Amarah Reed was 25th; Alisha Durbin was 43rd.

  • 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