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Today's Sports

  • Paden and Floyd named NAIA...

    Two former LaRue County Hawk wrestlers were named by the NAIA as academic All-Americans for the 2016 wrestling season. Nick Paden and Shelby Floyd were two of the 55 student athletes from around the country to be awarded this prestigious title.

    Floyd is a 2011 graduate of LaRue County High School and has been wrestling for St. Catharine College for the past three years where he has been wrestling for former LaRue County wrestling head coach, Gary Canter. Floyd started wrestling for the Hawks in middle school.

  • Hard work key to Boley’s success

    In athletics there is a common saying among teams and individuals that if you want to be the best you have to beat the best. Sophomore Hawks baseball player Jaxon Boley fully understands and has embraced this simple philosophy.

  • Meredith wins gold in Atlanta

    Madeline Meredith, the 11-year-old daughter of Andy Meredith and Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Whitney Meredith, competed at the Eastern Sectional Zone Age Group Swimming Championships on March 10 through March 13 in Atlanta.

    Meredith medaled in five events winning gold in the 50 yard backstroke with a time of 27.27 which set a new meet record.

    Competing against 285 swimmers in the 11-12 age division, Meredith finished ninth overall for a high point swimmer. She finished fifth place against 11-year-old competition.

  • Hawks win two; Lady Hawks off

    The LaRue County Hawks varsity baseball team won twice over the weekend, beating Glasgow last Saturday 2-0 and Greenwood 1-0 last Friday.

    Sophomore Ty Morris had an RBI single in the fourth and sophomore Dane Milby scored on an error in the fifth as visiting LaRue County topped Glasgow 2-0.

    Junior Cameron Dawson led off the fourth with a double and came around to score two batters later. Sophomore Jaxon Boley struck out five and scattered four hits in six innings.

  • LCHS Tennis Hawks in Action
  • Boley named Gatorade Player of...

    Elizabethtown senior Erin Boley of Hodgenville was named the 2015-16 Gatorade National Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year last Wednesday during a ceremony in Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.

    WNBA star Maya Moore surprised Boley by presenting her with the award.

  • LCHS tennis - March 23, 2016

    LCHS tennis results – March 23, 2016

     

    LaRue Co. vs. North Hardin – 3/14/16

    LCHS girls lost 1-4

    LCHS boys lost 2-3

     

    LaRue Co. vs. John Hardin – 3/15/16

    LCHS girls won 5-0

    LCHS boys won 3-2

     

    LaRue Co. vs. Bethlehem – 3-17-16

    LCHS girls won 5-0

    LCHS boys won 3-2

     

    LaRue Co. vs. Elizabethtown – 3/21/16

    LCHS girls lost 0-5

    LCHS boys lost 0-5

  • Track results - March 23, 2016

                                Briun Relays - 3/12/2016                           

     Girls 300 Meter Dash

  • Hawks win last two games

    The LCHS varsity baseball team are 2-1 after winning their last two games.

    The homestanding Hawks rallied past the Bullitt Central Cougars 5-4 last Thursday to pick up their second straight one-run victory.

    Bullitt Central led 2-0 after the first, but LaRue County (2-1) took the lead for good by scoring four runs in the fourth and once more in the fifth.

    Sophomores Ty Morris and Dalton Skaggs each had a run-scoring single and senior John Selman hit an RBI double to spark the Hawks’ fourth.

  • Lady Hawks lose four straight

    The LCHS varsity softball team has lost their last four games and they are now 4-4 on the season.

    After the 10-5 win against Thomas Nelson last Monday, the Lady Hawks lost a tough 1-0 game to Adair County Lady Indians last Tuesday. The visiting Lady Hawks were held to just two singles as their four-game winning streak was snapped by the Lady Indians.