Today's Sports

  • LCMS Hawks beat West Hardin

    The middle school football Hawks pulled out of West Hardin on Tuesday, August 30 after a hard fought victory.

    After falling behind 0-6 early in the first quarter, Jeremiah Belton returned a kickoff for a touchdown to tie the game 6-6 in the first quarter. West Hardin went into halftime up 12-6, but the third quarter proved to be the winning quarter for the Middle School Hawks.

  • LCMS girls basketball -...

    8/29 vs. West Hardin Middle School

    7th Grade Loss 42 to 19

    Natalie Gentry with 2, Lydia Goode with 4, Paige Evans with 7, Maleah English with 2, and Avery Murray with 5.

    8th Grade Loss 46 to 28

    Bella Thurman with 12, Kelsey Hornback with 9, Paige Evans with 2, and Katelyn Eads with 5.

    8/30 vs. Taylor County Middle School

    7th Grade Win 35-20

    Natalie Gentry with 5, Lydia Goode with 7, Paige Evans with 16, and Avery Murray with 7.

    8th Grade Win 38-17

  • Youth football begins Saturday

    Football is in the air and Saturday, September 10 is the kickoff for the LaRue County Youth Football League.

    According to Scott Clemons, the President and founder of the MKYFC (Mid Kentucky Youth Football Conference) there are 93 kids participating on four different teams this fall. Currently there are six members of MKYFC that includes LaRue County, Breckinridge County, Hardin County, SWNelson, Campbellsville and Taylor County.

  • Living by change, not chance

    The late Jim Rohn said “Your life does not get better by chance, but by change.” For Sophomore Cross Country runner and girls’ basketball player Clair Keller, she is learning that change can be a motivator for success.

    As a young girl Clair grew up participating in sports, particularly basketball and cross country for the last eight years.

    “My mom signed me up for youth soccer and basketball in second grade, and from that point on I just loved to compete,” Keller said.

  • Sports shorts - September 7, 2016

    Annual Fun Run/Walk

    The Rolling Fork Iron Horse Festival along with Thomas Nelson Cross Country Team will be hosting their Annual Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, September 10. If you are interested in participating, please download a registration form at www.newhaven.ky.gov or pick up a form at New Haven City Hall. Pre-Registration is $15 and is due by September 9. Registration after Sept. 9 will be $20.

    Kentucky Partnership for Families and Children

  • Hawks soccer remains undefeated

    The enthusiasm continues for the LCHS varsity boys soccer team as they remain undefeated on the season with five wins and one tie.

  • Hawks lose close game to Russell...

    The LaRue County Hawks football team fell to Russell County last Friday night 34-31.

    The Hawks beat the Lakers last season 20-14, but they played catch-up for most of the game last Friday and trailed as much as 17 points in the fourth quarter.

    The Lakers got on the board early in the game with a 60 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Ben Abrell to receiver Mason Miller. The kick was good giving the Lakers the early 7-0 lead.

  • Hawks volleyball wins tourney

    The Lady Hawks volleyball team won the Boyle County Invitational tournament last Saturday.

    The Lady Hawks went unbeaten during the tournament with 2-0 wins over Owen County, Boyd County and Boyle County. The Lady Hawks also beat Rockcastle County 2-1 before going on to beat East Jessamine in the final game 2-0.

    Junior Presley Brown led the tournament with 100 kills and 21 blocks and senior Kaitlyn Warnshuis had 35 kills and 24 aces. Senior Rachel Armes contributed with seven aces, three blocks and 49 kills.

  • Lady Hawks beat Whitefield

    The LCHS girls varsity soccer team is now 2-3 on the season after going 1-2 last week.

    The Lady Hawks beat Whitefield Academy on Monday 10-0. Gillian Nunn picked up five goals. Makenzi Hornback had three and Natalie Wolf had two. Nunn also picked up an assist in the game and Whitney Bauer had eight saves.

    During the game against Meade County last Wednesday, Wolf, Gillian Nunn and Hattie Ward all scored goals in the game against Meade County. Wolf and Marisa Cecil both had assists in the game while Whitney Bauer picked up nine saves.

  • Worshipping through softball

    The 2016 Fall Church League Softball season is in full swing. Bobby Dobson, the Church League Softball Coordinator continues to be pleasantly surprised by the number of people that continue to sign-up in year three of the league’s formation.