Today's Sports

  • Youth Softball scores 10u

    April 25, LaRue County Cats 7, Etown Fire 8

    April 27, LaRue County Cats 16, Etown Fire 15

  • Sports shorts - May 10, 2017

    Scotts Pitch, Hit and Run

  • Hawks pick up two wins

    Although several games were cancelled because of the weather, the LCHS Hawks varsity baseball team came away with two dominating wins against North Bullitt and Green County.

    The Hawks picked up an impressive 8-2 win against the North Bullitt Eagles on Wednesday, May 3.

    The Hawks already had an 8-1 lead after six innings and they only gave up one more run to the Eagles in the seventh. Matheo Lynn had a triple and three RBIs, Dane Milby had a triple and two hits, Dalton Skaggs had a triple and two hits, Brandon Cecil had a single and two RBIs.

  • LCHS tennis results - May 10,...
  • Embree signs with Berea College
  • Lady Hawks dominate Casey Co. 12...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks varsity softball team manhandled the Casey County Lady Rebels on Friday, April 28.

    The game got ugly quick for Casey County as the Lady Hawks jumped out to a 9-0 lead after three innings and they led 10-5 after the fifth inning. The Lady Rebels would never score again as the Lady Hawks poured on two more runs.

    Kaitlyn Warnshuis had a double with two runs and an RBI. Kourtnee Davenport also had a double with two runs and Savia Brashear tripled to drive in two runs.

  • LCHS tennis results - May 3, 2017
  • LCHS JV and freshman baseball...

    Bad weather kept the Freshman Hawks off the diamond much of last week, but the Hawks were able to squeeze in a double-header last Wednesday, April 26 at Elizabethtown High School against the Elizabethtown Panthers.

    In the first game of the evening, the Hawks were defeated by a score of 10 – 0 as Derek Heath took the loss for the Hawks on the mound after tossing two innings. The Hawks were held hitless throughout the contest while committing three errors for the game.

  • Harp pitches no hitter
  • Improving on a daily basis

    Former NFL quarterback and Super Bowl Champion Steve Young once said, “The principle is competing against yourself. It’s about self-improvement, about being better than you were the day before.” For senior Lady Hawks tennis player Autumn Riggs, it’s all about improving on a day to day basis, whether in the classroom or on the court.

    Riggs has been playing tennis the last two seasons as a doubles partner with Junior Sophie Akin. “I decided my junior year that I wanted to try something new and out of my comfort zone,” Riggs said.