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Today's Sports

  • Blue/White night is this Friday

    The annual Blue/White night for the LCHS Hawks and Lady Hawks basketball teams is this Friday, November 18.

    The event will begin with a chili supper from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria followed by a scrimmage and other activities in the high school gym at 6:45 p.m.

    Both the boys and girls basketball programs will introduce their players from the freshman through the varsity teams. The LCMS basketball programs will also be introduced.

  • LaRue Co. Youth win Super Bowl
  • Brown is true to herself

    Keeping it simple, keeping it honest and keeping it you. Junior Lady Hawks Basketball player Presley Brown is not only simple and honest, but consistently true to herself.

  • Eighth grade Hawks pick up win

    As the third week of Boy’s Middle School basketball season began the Hawks found themselves on the road this past week traveling to Taylor County as well as to T.K. Stone Middle School.

    Last Monday, November 7 the road test began as the 7th grade Hawks were looking for their first win of the season taking on the Taylor County Cardinals.

  • Sixth grade Hawks fall to Taylor...

    The 6th grade travel Hawks traveled to Taylor County last Monday night to take on the Cardinal’s sixth grade Middle School team.

    The Hawks took an early lead in the first quarter by a score of 7 to 6, but the Cardinals took the lead at the half by a score of 18 to 15. With less than two minutes to go in the contest the Hawks cut the Cardinals lead to one, but the Cardinals pulled ahead with some late free-throws as the Hawks fell to the Cardinals by a score of 42-36.

  • Sports shorts- November 16, 2016

    Blue/White night

    The 2016 Hawks and Lady Hawks basketball teams will have their annual Blue and White night at the high school gym on Friday, November 18. A chili supper will take place from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the LCHS cafeteria followed by scrimmage and other activities in the gym around 6:45 p.m.

    Pickleball

    Pickleball is being played at 5:30 p.m., Mondays and Thursdays at the Board of Education gym on College Street. Pickleball is free to anyone interested in learning the sport, a combination of tennis and ping-pong. All equipment provided.

  • Youth soccer - November 16, 2016

    The LaRue County U10M3 Panthers defeated the Elizabethtown U10M6 team by a score of 8-3 in the final game of the season.

  • McKamey picks Hoosiers

    For most University of Kentucky fans, playing collegiate athletics for the Wildcats would fulfill a lifelong dream. Michelle McKamey, had other ideas.

    McKamey is the granddaughter of Wilma McDowell and Murrell Smith of Hodgenville and she is the daughter of Sherry and Roy McKamey, who is a former LaRue County High School basketball coach. McKamey, whose whole family are diehard UK fans, recently gave her commitment to continue her tennis career at one of its rivals, the Indiana Hoosiers.

  • LCMS basketball host St. James

    Last Tuesday night the Hawks hosted St. James Middle School as week two of the boy’s middle school basketball season heated up.

    The 7th grade Hawks began the evening looking to bounce back from their loss to East Hardin during the previous week, but the Hawks were playing catchup through all four quarters. By the end of the fourth quarter the Hawks found themselves falling to St. James by a score of 35-12.

    Leading the way offensively for the Hawks was Dawson Smith with 6, Kellen Bowen had 4 and Reed Miller with 2.

  • Slaven taking on LCHS girls...

    The LCHS Lady Hawks Basketball program will transition into their third head coach within the last three seasons.

    James Slaven, who serves as the LaRue County Middle School assistant principal, and has a strong basketball coaching history, is set to lead the Lady Hawks into the 2016-2017 campaign.

    Slaven, originally from Monticello, Kentucky in Wayne County, first got into coaching in 1995 where he served as a 6th grade boys basketball coach. He then transitioned to Louisville to begin his teaching career.