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Today's Sports

  • Paden and Floyd named NAIA...

    Two former LaRue County Hawk wrestlers were named by the NAIA as academic All-Americans for the 2016 wrestling season. Nick Paden and Shelby Floyd were two of the 55 student athletes from around the country to be awarded this prestigious title.

    Floyd is a 2011 graduate of LaRue County High School and has been wrestling for St. Catharine College for the past three years where he has been wrestling for former LaRue County wrestling head coach, Gary Canter. Floyd started wrestling for the Hawks in middle school.

  • Sports shorts - March 30, 2016

    LaRue County Chamber of Commerce

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Scramble will be held April 22. For more information contact the Chamber office at 270-358-3411.

    5K Glow Run

    The LaRue County Track and Cross-country teams will be hosting a 5k Glow Run at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 30 at LaRue County High School.  For more information contact Coach Jamie Hardin at Jamie.hardin@larue.kyschools.us or call 270-358-2210 during the hours of 11:50 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    LaRue County Park and Recreation Board

  • Hawks win last two games

    The LCHS varsity baseball team are 2-1 after winning their last two games.

    The homestanding Hawks rallied past the Bullitt Central Cougars 5-4 last Thursday to pick up their second straight one-run victory.

    Bullitt Central led 2-0 after the first, but LaRue County (2-1) took the lead for good by scoring four runs in the fourth and once more in the fifth.

    Sophomores Ty Morris and Dalton Skaggs each had a run-scoring single and senior John Selman hit an RBI double to spark the Hawks’ fourth.

  • Lady Hawks lose four straight

    The LCHS varsity softball team has lost their last four games and they are now 4-4 on the season.

    After the 10-5 win against Thomas Nelson last Monday, the Lady Hawks lost a tough 1-0 game to Adair County Lady Indians last Tuesday. The visiting Lady Hawks were held to just two singles as their four-game winning streak was snapped by the Lady Indians.

  • Fundraising goal exceeded for...

    The family of former LaRue County High School Wrestler, Daniel Parker, have exceeded their goal of raising $7,000 to purchase a much needed wrestling mat for the LaRue County High School Mat Hawks Wrestling team in his honor.

    Parker, a 2004 LaRue County High School Graduate and dedicated wrestler, was killed in a car accident in November of 2008.

    Parker’s family wanted to honor his 30th birthday by creating a Go Fund Me account to raise funds for the LaRue County wrestling team and purchasing a new wrestling mat in his memory.

  • Boley named Miss KY Basketball

    When the 2016 Miss Basketball award was announced on March 15, 2016, there was a wide range of emotions for Erin Boley and those closest to her.

    Boley was named Miss Basketball during the ceremony at the Lexington Center. The award, voted on by coaches and media members, is given to the top senior each year. Boley, of Hodgenville, is a senior at Elizabethtown High School.

  • The long road to success

    I have always considered myself fortunate to have grown up witnessing the greatest basketball player of all-time. Michael Jordan tried out for the varsity basketball team as a sophomore, but was cut because he was deemed too short to play at that level. We all know what happened after that.

  • Track results - March 23, 2016

                                Briun Relays - 3/12/2016                           

     Girls 300 Meter Dash

  • LCHS tennis - March 23, 2016

    LCHS tennis results – March 23, 2016

     

    LaRue Co. vs. North Hardin – 3/14/16

    LCHS girls lost 1-4

    LCHS boys lost 2-3

     

    LaRue Co. vs. John Hardin – 3/15/16

    LCHS girls won 5-0

    LCHS boys won 3-2

     

    LaRue Co. vs. Bethlehem – 3-17-16

    LCHS girls won 5-0

    LCHS boys won 3-2

     

    LaRue Co. vs. Elizabethtown – 3/21/16

    LCHS girls lost 0-5

    LCHS boys lost 0-5

  • Spring is in the air