Today's Sports

  • Larue County Cross Country...

    9-14-17 Cow Days Festival – Greene County High School

    Girls Varsity 5K

    15 Emily Pearman 23:34.45

    18 Alexis Summitt 23:47.68

    30 Jada Hunter-Hays 24:30.95

    40 Laila Gross 25:09.67

    47 Avery Murray 25:40.85

     55 Clair Keller 26:55.13

     78 Alaura Allardice 31:25.16

     79 Michaela Miller 31:38.34

    Boys Varsity 5K

    24 Cameron Mullins 19:48.54

    29 Gabe Fortier 20:09.33

  • LCHS Boys Soccer - September 20...

    The LCHS boys varsity soccer team played in the Barren County Trojan Classic last weekend. They went 0-2 in the tournament and they are now 3-8 on the season. They played Fort Knox on Tuesday and the results of that game will be featured in the September 27 edition of The LaRue County Herald News. Their next game is away this Thursday against Thomas Nelson at 7 p.m.

    LaRue Co. 2 vs. Warren East 3 9/16/17

    Goals by David Galas and Temo Dahmen had one each.

    LaRue Co. 0 vs. Barren Co. 3 9/15/17

    No stats available for this game.

  • LCHS Golf - September 20, 2016

    Scottie Invitational 9/16/17

    LaRue County - 332

    Cameron Lasley - 77

    Chandler McLaughlin - 82

    Taylor Eastridge - 88

    JT Holcomb - 92

    Keaton Puckett - 85

    Campbellsville Country Club 9/14/17

    LaRue County - 159

    Cameron Lasley - 42

    Chandler McLaughlin - 37

    Taylor Eastridge - 38

    JT Holcomb - 51

    Keaton Puckett - 42

    Carson Childress - 50

    Chase Childress - 48

    Jacob Gentry - 43

  • Sports Shorts - September 20,...

    Alumni night

       The LaRue County Hawks football team will have their third annual Alumni Night during the Hawks home football game against the Adair County Indians on Friday, September 22. Tailgating with Hawks football alumni will be on the front lawn of LCHS from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. with kickoff for the game at 8 p.m. Light snacks and drinks will be provided during the tailgate and all Hawks football alumni will receive a free pass to the game. The alumni will be recognized at halftime.

    ARK Golf scramble

  • LCMS football loses to T.K. Stone

    The LCMS Football team suffered their second loss of the season at the hands of T.K.Stone on Tuesday, September 12 in Elizabethtown in a rain-soaked affair.

    At half-time, the Hawks were down by 14-0, but three turnovers and tackling issues led to a 30-0 defeat at the hands of T.K.Stone. The Hawks are 2-2 on the season and they prepare to host Stuart Pepper Middle School from Meade County on Wednesday, September 20. Kick-off is set for 5:30 p.m.

  • LCHS volleyball 3-0 in district

    The LCHS Lady Hawks varsity volleyball team are 3-0 in the district after picking up a 3-0 win against Hart County on Thursday, September 14.

    Presley Brown had 12 kills, seven digs and two blocks; Jessi O’Bryan got 24 assists and three aces; Breea Kirkpatrick added 23 digs and four aces and Katelynn Lafollette had five kills and a dig.

  • Volleyball for a Cure
  • LCMS basketball picks up wins

    The Middle School Lady Hawks opened up the fourth week of their Middle School schedule hosting the Lady Trojans from North Middle on Tuesday, September 12.

    The 7th grade Lady Hawks tipped off the double-header with some positive momentum from their big win against West Hardin the previous week and that momentum continued to show against the Lady Trojans.

  • Seventh grade Hawks pick up...

    The West Hardin Lakers traveled to LaRue County on Tuesday, September 5 to take on the LCMS Lady Hawks.

  • LCMS football beat East Hardin

    The LCMS Hawks football team defeated the visiting East Hardin Rebels by a score of 8-6 on Wednesday, September 6 at the LCHS football field.

    The Hawks jumped on the scoreboard first in the first quarter as Cutter Boley found Dylan Thompson for a seven yard touchdown pass topped off with a two point conversion run play by Kellen Bowen. With three minutes left to play in the fourth quarter, the visiting Rebels found the end-zone to cut the lead to 8-6, but Landon Bentley stopped the two point conversion securing the 8-6 victory for the Hawks.