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Today's Sports

  • LCMS Girls’ basketball begin...

    The LCMS 7th grade Lady Basketball Hawks traveled to Stuart Pepper Middle School in Meade County on Wednesday, October 18 to take on the Lady Waves in the first round of post-season play.

    In the first quarter, the Lady Hawks kept it close with great defense as they trailed the Lady Waves by a score of 3-5. In the second quarter of play, both offenses got on track after a slow start but the Lady Hawks still trailed the Lady Waves by a close score of 10-13.

  • LCMS Boys basketball starts...

    The LCMS Boys’ Basketball seasons kicks off this week with much excitement and anticipation for both the 8th and 7th grade boys’ basketball teams.

    The 8th grade team has a new head coach, Kody Key-Close and a new assistant coach, Jesse Benningfield. The coaches said they are expecting a much improved team and a much improved record from last year.

  • Sports shorts - October 25, 2017

    Little League basketball signups

    LaRue County boys little league basketball signups will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 26 at the LaRue County High School cafeteria. Boys little league is open to any boy in grades kindergarten through sixth grade. For more information email Paul Childress at paul.childress@larue.kyschools.us

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  • LaRue youth football results

    Flag Football: Hawks 34, Bardstown 18

    7-8 Year Old Division: Bye week

    9-10 Year Old Division: Bye week

    11-12 Year Old Division: Hawks 21, Bardstown Purple 0

  • Hawks lose first game of season

    The LaRue County football Hawks suffered a disappointing 35-13 loss to the Elizabethtown Panthers on Friday, October 13.

    It was the fifth straight time that the Panthers beat the Hawks and the Panthers also secured their third straight class 3A, district 2 championship.

    It was the tale of two halves as the Hawks stayed in the game and actually had the momentum on their side for a short period of time.

  • Lady Hawks win district

    The Lady Hawks varsity soccer team won the 18th district championship on Thursday, October 12 when they shutout the Taylor County lady Cardinals 5-0.

    It was the Lady Hawks first district championship since 2013. The win was also sweet as the Lady Hawks were district runner-up in 2014 and 2015, losing both times to the Lady Cardinals who claimed the district championship in those seasons.

  • Proud to be a Hawk and an...

    Honor, loyalty and commitment; these are values that can be found in the men and women in our armed forces. These are also values that senior Hawk football player Kyle Woosley possesses.

    If you have attended a Hawk football game the last four years, you would notice that, when the Hawks run out to the field before the game, one player, number 14, is carrying the American Flag. The reason is simple.

  • Soccer all tournament selections
  • LCMS youth football results -...

    Flag Football: Hawks 24, Hardin Co. 0

    7-8 Year Old Division: Hawks 38 - Bardstown 6

    9-10 Year Old Division: Hawks 9 - Bardstown Purple 0

    11-12 Year Old Division: Hawks 32 - Hardin County Gators 6

  • LCMS Lady Hawks play St. James

    As the season winds down, the LCMS Lady Hawks played one game last week, hosting the St. James Lady Knights from Elizabethtown on Thursday, October 12 at the LCMS gymnasium. The 7th grade Lady Hawks began the night of basketball with a promising start as they took a 6-5 lead after one quarter of play. In the second quarter, the offense went cold for the Lady Hawks as the Lady Knights took a 16-9 lead into halftime.