Today's Sports

  • Hawks continue to win

    The Hawks varsity basketball team has now won seven straight games after defeating Campbellsville and Green County this past week.

    The Hawks came away with a 76-66 win against the Campbellsville Eagles on Tuesday, January 2.

    The beginning of the game was showing signs of being a blowout as the Hawks led 25-5 at the end of the first quarter. However, in the second quarter, the Hawks hot shooting stalled as the Eagles outscored the Hawks 25-16 to cut the lead to 41-30 at halftime.

  • Lady Hawks win barn burner...

    The Lady Hawks varsity basketball team improved their record to 7-8  on the season after a thrilling 45-43 win against the Bardstown Lady Tigers on Saturday, January 6.

    The game was tied 14-14 at the end of the first quarter, but the Lady Tigers came away with a 25-24 lead at halftime.

    With the game still going back and forth in the third quarter, the Lady Tigers managed to extend their lead by two points with a score or 37-35 at the end of the third quarter.

  • Mat Hawks finish first in tourney

    The LaRue County Hawks traveled to Bryan Station High School in Lexington to participate in the prestigious Defender of the Mat wrestling tournament on Saturday, January 6.

    The Hawks finished 1st out of 18 teams with 9 of 12 varsity wrestlers finishing in the top four.

  • LCMS boys’ basketball falls to...

    The Taylor County Middle School Cardinals traveled to LaRue County on Saturday, January 6 to take on the home-standing Hawks.

  • We Are Family

    In 1979, Sister Sledge, an American Vocal group recorded the song “We Are Family.” The first lines of the song “We are family, I got all my sisters with me.” For Lady Hawk Presley Brown it has certainly been a family affair, following the example of her three older sisters.

  • Canter honored for rugby
  • Freshman Hawks results

    The freshman Hawks beat Green County Dragons 49-40 in a district matchup on Thursday, January 4.

    The Hawks jumped out to a 21-5 lead at the end of the first quarter using their pressure defense and fast break opportunities. The Dragons cut the Hawks lead to 27-17 at the half by creating turnovers against the Hawks.

  • UnCorked and Unstoppable: Corky...

    It was an afternoon filled with laughs, jokes, stories, statistics, rivalries, and heartbreaks on Sunday, January 28 at the Hometown Teams exhbit. It was an afternoon of conversation between four authors about baseball and basketball in the state of Kentucky.

    Each one brought their unique perspectives to the round table conversation in the Lincoln Museum’s Community Room for a presentation about Corky Withrow as a part of the Hometown Teams exhibit on display through February 24.

  • Sports shorts

    Pickleball LaRue County

    A beginners class for pickelball is being held at the Board of Education office on College Street in Hodgenville at 5 p.m. on Sundays. Regular sessions are held on Monday and Thursday at 5 p.m. All equipment is provided.

    Pickleball Nelson County

    Pickleball activities and opportunities in Bardstown are from 9 to 11 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday at the COBEC building on East Muir and First Streets. Enter through the rear of the building and follow signs to the gym.

    Park and Recreation Board

  • JV Lady Hawks results

    The JV Lady Hawks are now 2-6 on the season with a win against Adair County and a loss against Bardstown this past week. Their next game is Tuesday, January 16 at home against Bullitt Central at 6 p.m.

    LaRue Co. 40. Vs. Adair Co. 25

    Scoring: Paige Evans 4, Katelyn Eads 3, Elena Espinosa 4, Bella Thurman 1, Kelsey Hornback 20, Lauren Pollard 3 and Emma Bell 5.

    LaRue Co. 34 vs. Bardstown 37

    Scoring: Paige Evans 2, Katelyn Eads 3, Elena Espinosa 11, Kelsey Hornback 8 and Emma Bell 10.