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Today's Sports

  • LaRue deer zones undergo changes

    The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed the dates of the 2015-2016 deer seasons and numerous changes to deer and elk regulations in the state at its quarterly meeting Dec. 12.

    Commission members proposed allowing resident hunters 65 or older to use crossbows during the entire archery deer season as well as deer zone changes for several counties including LaRue. They also recommended modifying deer hunting regulations on 10 wildlife management areas and on Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area.

  • PHOTO: Player of the game
  • Cumberland wrestling coach Todd...

    Cumberland University wrestling coach Todd Allen resigned Tuesday, effective immediately, according to Director of Athletics Ron Pavan.

    Allen was in his third season as head coach at Cumberland after leading the program to a sixth-place showing in the NAIA National Tournament in 2014, the best-ever finish for the program at the national tourney, The Lebanon Democrat (Tennessee) reported last week.

  • Hawks light up Livingston, fall...

    Fourteen players scored and the Hawks shot a blistering 67 percent from the field (30-of-45) as they cruised past Livingston Central, 77-44, Dec. 22 in the Beltline Electric Christmas Tournament at McCracken County.

    Senior guard Micah Wiseman scored 13, while junior guard Dalton Metcalf and freshman guard Kane Harris each had 10.

    Sophomore guard Cameron Dawson and freshman guard Bryson Cobb each scored eight for LaRue County, which led 46-19 at the half.

  • BASKETBALL: Hawks defeat...

    Fourteen players scored and the Hawks shot a blistering 67 percent from the field (30-of-45) as they cruised past Livingston Central, 77-44, Dec. 22 in the Beltline Electric Christmas Tournament at McCracken County.

    Senior guard Micah Wiseman scored 13, while junior guard Dalton Metcalf and freshman guard Kane Harris each had 10.

    Sophomore guard Cameron Dawson and freshman guard Bryson Cobb each scored eight for LaRue County, which led 46-19 at the half.

     

    LARUE COUNTY 77, LIVINGSTON CENTRAL 44

  • Carman named MSC Wrestler of the...

    St. Catharine College freshman Brian Carman was named Mid-South Conference Wrestler of the Week, conference officials announced on Tuesday.

    The weekly honor is the first of the season for Carman. He becomes the first St. Catharine grappler to win a conference honor. The Patriots are in their first season of collegiate wrestling.

    The New Haven native and LaRue County High School graduate posted a 3-1 record during the Indiana Tech Warrior Duals over the weekend in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

  • Former Hawks shine for Patriots

    The Patriot wrestling squad at Saint Catharine College continues to show improvement this season as they competed in the Warrior Duals at Indiana Tech University over the weekend. They took on some of the best wrestling squads in the country. Three out of the four teams they faced were ranked in the top 20 and the other, Missouri Baptist, is currently receiving votes.

  • PHOTO: Panther Holiday Hoopfest
  • LaRue falls to North Hardin

    LaRue County’s Lady Hawks fell Dec. 16 to North Hardin’s Lady Trojans, 64-48.

    North maintained the lead throughout the game.

    Freshman guard Presley Brown, who led the Lady Hawks with 17 points, knocked down a 3-pointer before she found senior forward Alyson Yingling for a basket to cut North Hardin’s lead to 31-25 midway through the second quarter.

    That was as close as LaRue County would get, though.

  • PHOTOS: LCHS gym Before and after