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Today's Sports

  • Hawks get 20 wins

    The Hawks varsity baseball team finished the regular season with a 20-14 record this past week, making it the third straight year the Hawks have finished the season winning at least 20 games.

    The Hawks started this past week by rallying from seven runs down in the sixth inning to beat the Glasgow Scotties 13-10 on Monday, May 15.

    The Hawks scored their final ten runs in the last two innings of the game which included a two run home run from Dalton Skaggs.

  • JV Hawks end season 9-2

    The JV Hawks baseball season came to a conclusion on Wednesday, May 17 with the Hawks picking up a tough win over the visiting Nelson County Cardinals.

    Bryson Arnette picked up the win for the Hawks on the mound as he tossed a complete five inning game only giving up one run. The game stayed tied at 1-1 heading into the bottom of the fifth inning until Chase Puyear knocked in Bryson Cobb from third base to give the Hawks a 2-1 victory.

  • JV Hawks end season 9-2

    The JV Hawks baseball season came to a conclusion on Wednesday, May 17 with the Hawks picking up a tough win over the visiting Nelson County Cardinals.

    Bryson Arnette picked up the win for the Hawks on the mound as he tossed a complete five inning game only giving up one run. The game stayed tied at 1-1 heading into the bottom of the fifth inning until Chase Puyear knocked in Bryson Cobb from third base to give the Hawks a 2-1 victory.

  • Glow run/walk is April 22

    The annual LaRue County Track and Cross-Country 5K Glow Run/Walk is scheduled at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 22 at the LaRue County High School cross country course.

    The race will start and end at the high school. Preregistration continues through April 15. LaRue County students can register for $15 each and out of county students and adults can register for $40 each. After April 16 through race day, the cost is $20 each for LaRue County students and out of county students and adults are $50 each.

  • Sports shorts - April 12, 2017

    Golf Scramble

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce will host their annual golf scramble on April 21, 2017. For more information, please contact the Chamber office at 270-358-3411.

    LaRue County Park and Recreation Board

    The LaRue County Park and Recreation Board meets at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at the Park. For more information, call Brience Willian at 270-735-1763.

    Pickleball LaRue County

  • LCHS freshman baseball goes 1-2

    During the spring break the LCMS Freshman Baseball team traveled to Bullitt East to compete in the Bullitt East Spring Break Bash.

    On Monday, April 3, the Hawks took on Louisville Eastern and came away with a 14 to 4 victory. The Hawks were led at the plate by Evan Morris who had 3 hits and 3 RBI. Tripp Chapman, Wyatt Pearman, Bryson Arnette, and Kaleb Graham also collected 2 hits each. Derek Heath got the win in relief of Wyatt Pearman with Bryson Arnette securing the save. 

  • Hawks back to winning ways

    The LaRue County Hawks varsity baseball team returned back to their winning ways after going 3-0 this past week with wins over Hart, Meade and Washington Counties.

    The Hawks dominated the Hart County Rebels on Wednesday, March 29 by a score of 14-2.

  • Lady Hawks are now 9-1

    The Lady Hawks varsity softball team lost their first game of the season after getting shutout 10-0 to the Jeffersontown Lady Chargers on Saturday, April 1.

    The Lady Hawks couldn’t get on the scoreboard as they managed to get six hits in the game with no runs. Pitcher Kellee Cundiff gave up seven hits and three walks in two innings while Sara Calhoun gave up three hits.

    Head Coach Rocky Cundiff said that any loss is tough and that this loss was a combination of several bad things that came together all at once for the Lady Hawks.

  • LaRue County Hawks track results...

    Head Coach Jamie Hardin said they did not have a full team as several middle school varsity competitors were given the option to compete or not due to it being a late night. Several 7th and 8th graders were going on a Washington D.C. trip and several of them had minor injuries and weren’t are not at 100 percent.

    Thomas Nelson meet March 28

  • Playing with a servant’s heart

    The late Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Life’s most urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” Senior Hawks Baseball player Robert Absher has always had a servant’s heart and has been the epitome of a team player over the last four years.

    Absher is referred to as “Cheese,” partly because he is typically smiling and also because former teammates Koy Lindsey and Turner Cottrell nicknamed him that to avoid confusion with another teammate, Robert Thompson.