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Today's Sports

  • Lady Hawks look to soar

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks will undergo some obvious changes this season. The most obvious change will be the absence of two of the most prolific Lady Hawk basketball players in school history. Miss Basketball Ivy Brown has taken her talents to Western Kentucky Universtiy, while Alexis Brewer has transferred to Bardstown High School.

  • Hoop Hawks ready for season

    Ask any veteran basketball coach what is needed for a successful basketball season and one would include talent, size, quickness and a solid basketball IQ. This year’s Hawk basketball team looks to have some of all the ingredients. Time will tell if that develops.

  • PHOTO: Soccer honors
  • PHOTO: Seventh grade basketball
  • Grappling Patriots win first...

    The wrestling squad at Saint Catharine College picked up their first two wins in the program’s history over the weekend at the Campbellsville Duals at Campbellsville University.

    The “Grappling Patriots” went 2-2 in four matches. They defeated Truett-McConnell College 37-18 for their first ever win in program history. They followed that up with another win against Calumet College of St. Joseph, 26-15. The team fell to Indiana Tech University, 18-39 and against St. Andrews University they lost 9-38.

  • Sports Shorts

    Upcoming

    n Saturday, Nov. 29 – Hawks basketball scrimmage vs. Hancock County/Atherton, noon

    n Saturday, Dec. 6 – Corky Cox Classic (Lady Hawks vs. Central Hardin 3 p.m.; Hawks vs. Henry County 7 p.m.

    n Wednesday, Dec. 10 – Wrestling Tri-Meet with Fort Knox and Central) 6 p.m.

    n Saturday, Dec. 13 – KHSAA State Competitive Cheer Competition at All Tech Arena

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  • LCMS Wrestling competes

    The LaRue County Middle School Mat Hawks finished in eighth place Saturday at the Oldham County Super Duals. The team finished 1-3 on the day with wins over Summit View (42-34), and losses to Oldham County (43-42 via tiebreaker), North Oldham (67-12) and Madison County(64-12).

    The following Mat Hawks competed:

    Drew Yingling, 70 pounds

    Gabe Fortier, 75 pounds

    Bryson Puyear, 80 pounds

    Thomas Hoppes, 86 pounds

    Tristin Brown, 98 pounds

    Thomas Boone, 105 pounds

    Josh Harper, 121 pounds

  • Cheerleaders win region

     LaRue County High School cheerleaders are headed to Lexington on Dec. 13 to compete in the KHSAA Competitive Cheer State Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena. It’s the sixth consecutive year the girls have won the right to go to State.

    LaRue County won the seven-squad all-girl small division (six-12 cheerleaders) – the only division with more than two entrants. Twelve schools competed in the 5th Region championships Wednesday night at Bruin Gym in Cecilia. Bardstown took second; Thomas Nelson was third.

  • Cheerleaders headed to State

     LaRue County High School cheerleaders are headed to Lexington on Dec. 13 to compete in the KHSAA Competitive Cheer State Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena.

    LaRue County won the seven-squad all-girl small division (six-12 cheerleaders) – the only division with more than two entrants. Twelve schools competed in the 5th Region championships Wednesday night at Bruin Gym in Cecilia.

  • PHOTO: Youth football champs