Today's Sports

  • LCHS soccer results - August 30...

    LCHS girls soccer results

    The LCHS Lady Hawks Girls’ Soccer team are now 4-1 on the season. Their next game is away on Wednesday, August 30 against Marion County at 6 p.m.

    LaRue Co. 10 vs. Monroe Co. 0 8/26/17

    Goals: Kirsten Harper and Natalie Wolf had two goals each and Olivia Hazelwood, Marisa Cecil, Lindsey Bauer, Elena Espinosa, Kylee Nunn and Katey Cook were all credited with one goal each. Assists: Chloe Sisneros and Elena Espinosa one each. Goalie Whitney Bauer was also credited with the shutout.

  • LC cross country results -...

    Green County All Comers Meet – 8-24-17

    Middle School Girls 2700 Meter Run

    1 Day, Isabella W4 LaRue County 12:38.69

    3 Garris, Josie W5 LaRue County 12:55.84

    25 Thompson, Kinsey W6 LaRue County 16:22.84

    30 Burks, Jillian W6 LaRue County 17:32.11

    No Team Score


    Middle School Boys 2700 Run

    8 Miller, Reed M8 LaRue County 11:46.39

    9 Gross, Brock M6 LaRue County 11:51.04

    11 Skaggs, Jake M8 LaRue County 12:02.25

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  • LCMS Girls’ Basketball starts...

    Week one of the Girl’s Middle School basketball season is in the books as the Lady Hawks faced off with the East Hardin Rebels and the T.K. Stone Panthers last week at the LCMS gym.

  • Sports shorts - August 30, 2017

    Volley for a Cure

  • Being dependable

    One of my greatest sources of quotes comes from the master motivator Zig Ziglar. He said “Ability is important in our quest for success, but dependability is critical.” LCHS senior cross country runner William Pearman has proven that in the classroom and on the course to be just that, dependable.

    Pearman started running cross country as a 7th grader in 2012 and he has been a varsity runner since 2014. LCHS Cross Country Head Coach Jim B. Phelps thinks highly of his lone senior.

  • LCHS volleyball at .500

    The LCHS Lady Hawks volleyball team are now 5-5 record after going 3-3 in the Boyle County Invitational on Friday, August 25 and Saturday, August 26.

    The Lady Hawks started the tournament off with a 2-1 (25-16, 8-25, 16-14) loss to Wayne County, 2-0 loss to Lincoln County (25-22, 25-17) and another 2-1 loss to Lincoln County (24-26, 25-22, 15-13). The Lady Hawks rebounded in their last three games of the tournament with a 2-0 (25-22, 25-22) win against Owen County, 2-1 (16-25, 27-25, 15-13) win against Whitley County and a 2-1 (18-25, 25-12, 15-5) win against Casey County.

  • Hawks edge Russell Co. 20-7

    It wasn’t as easy as the blowout win against Marion County, but the LaRue County Hawks varsity football team picked up a 20-7 win against the Russell County Lakers on Friday, August 25.

    The Hawks still had a solid game with 268 total yards on offense with 247 yards rushing and 21 yards passing. The Hawks defense held the Lakers to 214 total yards with 124 yards passing and 90 yards rushing.

  • Slow and steady

    We have all heard the expression “Slow and steady wins the race.” Typically, slow and steady doesn’t fit the image of athletes, but in the world of golf where humility is tested on regular occasions, that is how senior Hawks golfer Taylor Eastridge goes about the game and in life.

    Head Golf Coach Justin Craft describes Eastridge as an extremely calm kid.

    “It can be hard as a coach sometimes to tell whether he is playing well or not. His demeanor is very even keel, whether he is even par or twenty strokes over par,” Craft said.

  • LCMS Football Hawks roll in home...

    The LCMS Football Hawks began their 2017 season on Tuesday, August 15 as they hosted the West Hardin Lakers.

    It didn’t take the Hawks very long to put points on the board as Will Ray ran a touchdown in for the Hawks with 4:19 left to go in the first quarter. The Hawks struck a second time in the first quarter with .39 seconds remaining as Dylan Thompson ran a touchdown in that put the Hawks up by two scores heading into the second quarter.