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Today's Sports

  • Freshman Hawks are undefeated

    The LCHS freshman Hawks basketball team started their season off with a 2-0 record last week with wins against Campbellsville and Caverna.

    On Monday, the Hawks used their pressing defense to jump out to a 19-11 first quarter lead against Campbellsville. They built that lead up to 16 points before Campbellsville scored the last 6 points of the half. Campbellsville cut the lead to 5 points to start the fourth quarter but the Hawks pulled away over the last six minutes, winning the game with a final score of 50-39.

  • 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.

  • Hawks soccer lose first game in...

    The LaRue County Hawks soccer team had their season end on Wednesday, October 11 after losing to Marion County 6-0 in the opening round of the 18th district tournament.

    There were no goals or assists by the Hawks in the game. The loss gave the Hawks a final record of 3-5 on the season and 1-4 in the district.

    Head Coach Bill Hawkins said they would have loved to have a different outcome, but Marion County always gives them a good game and came out on top.

  • Sports Shorts - October 18, 2017

    St. Jude golf scramble

    The tenth annual St. Jude Charity Bar “B” Que dinner, auction and golf scramble will take place on Saturday, October 21 at the LaRue County Country Club.

    The golf scramble will begin at noon. Entry fees are $240 per team and $60 per player. Pulled pork dinners will be served for $9 each from 4 to 7:30 p.m., dine-in or carry-out.

  • Hawks golf have strong state...

    The LaRue County High School golf team finished 19th out of 24 teams in the KHSAA state golf tournament on Monday, October 2.

    The Hawks shot a team score of 332 on the first day. Only the top 12 teams qualified for the second day and the Hawks missed the cut by 12 strokes. The Hawks were in good shape after the first eight holes, but they had two bogeys and two double bogeys on the ninth hole that set them back.

  • Sports shorts - October 11, 2017

    Golf Team 5K Run/Walk

    The LaRue County Golf teams will be hosting a 5K Run/Walk on the school grounds, at 9 a.m. on Saturday, October 14. The event fee after is $30 and $25 for students looking to participate. Registration forms are available at the High School office and Ron Mather’s office located at 31 Lincoln Square in Hodgenville, or on the events Face book page. All proceeds benefit the golf team, and prize drawings will be held for all participants. For more information about this event, contact Nancy Lasley at 270-505-5410.

    ST. Jude golf scramble

  • Senior night for Hawks teams
  • Hawks football play rival...

    A showdown is in store for two class 3A, district 2 teams this Friday as the LaRue County Hawks football team will take on the Elizabethtown Panthers.

    The game will be played at the Panthers home stadium in Elizabethtown with kickoff at 7:30 p.m. The Hawks are going into the game with a undefeated record of 7-0, while the Panthers hold a record of 6-1.

  • LCMS Girls Basketball lose to...

    The LCMS Lady Hawks were back in action on Thursday, September 28 as they traveled to Meade County to take on the Lady Waves from Stuart Pepper Middle School.

    The 7th grade Lady Hawks tipped off the night of basketball and from the first quarter on the offense struggled against a stout Lady Wave defense. At halftime, the Lady Hawks found themselves down by a score of 8-24, and in the second half the Lady Waves held the Lady Hawks to one point. The Lady Waves added to their lead in quarters three and four and defeated the Lady Hawks by a final score of 42-9.