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Today's Sports

  • LCHS golf results - August 9,...

    Heritage Hills Golf Course

    August 7, 2017

    Bullitt East - 188

    Meade County - 177

    LaRue County - 179

    Cameron Lasley - 39

    Taylor Eastridge - 46

    Chandler McLaughlin - 48

    JT Holcomb - 46

    Carson Childress - 48

    Chase Childress - 48

    Keaton Puckett - 42

    Jacob Gentry - 49

    Osyrus Peace - 51

    Butler Invitational

    August 5, 2017

    LaRue County - 343

    Chase Childress - 94

    Carson Childress - 81

  • Sports shorts - August 9, 2017

    Annual Nathan McCurry Memorial Bowl Bash

    The annual Nathan McCurry Memorial Bowl Bash is at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 12 at The LCHS football field. Admission is $5 and t-shirts will be available for $12 each with $3 per shirt being donated to the Scout McCurry’s Scholarship Fund. There will also be a welcome for the new LaRue County Middle School football coach Raymond Bates.

    LCHS Boys Basketball Golf Scramble

  • Emily Skaggs new LCMS...

    Beginning this fall, the Girl’s Middle School Basketball program will enter the 2017 season with a new head coach and her name is Emily Skaggs.

    Emily is a former LaRue County Hawk girls’ basketball player and a 2006 LCHS graduate. Throughout her playing career at LaRue County, she had the opportunity to gain basketball knowledge under several coaches including Lisa Drake, Peter Distefano, Renata Kuchowicz, and Travis Wootton.

  • A true team player

    A true team player wants the same amount of light to shine on everyone. A simple, but powerful quote that correlates with the attitude of Senior Lady Hawk Soccer player Natalie Wolf.

    Wolf has been playing soccer since she was eight-years-old. Her older sister Rachel had a positive influence on her growing up.

    “Because I would watch her play her games and I wanted to be able to do what she could,” said the fun-loving Wolf.

    This season she was voted one of two team captains for the Lady Hawks and is expected to lead on and off the field.

  • LC Royals win tourney
  • LCHS football Boys in Blue event
  • LCHS golf results - August 2,...

    Beechwood Tiger Golf Tournament – 7/31/17

    Twin Bridges Golf Club

    LaRue County - 348

    Cameron Lasley - 82

    Taylor Eastridge - 85

    Chandler McLaughlin - 92

    Chase Childress - 89

    Carson Childress - 97

    David “Big Daddy” Parsons Classic – 7/29/17

    Campbellsville Country Club

    LaRue County - 350

    Cameron Lasley - 86

    Taylor Eastridge - 85

    Chandler McLaughlin - 87

    JT Holcomb - 92

    Osyrus Peace - 102

  • Sports shorts - August 2, 2017

    Annual Nathan McCurry Memorial Bowl Bash

    The annual Nathan McCurry Memorial Bowl Bash is at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 12 at The LCHS football field. Admission is $5 and t-shirts will be available for $12 each with $3 per shirt being donated to the Scout McCurry’s Scholarship Fund. There will also be a welcome for the new LaRue County Middle School football coach Raymond Bates.

    LCHS Boys Basketball Golf Scramble

  • Hawks in Blue event is Aug. 4

    The LaRue County High School football team will kickoff their season with third annual “Hawks in Blue” event at the LaRue County High School on Friday, August 4 at 7:30 p.m.

    Hawks in Blue will feature a scrimmage between this LCHS Hawks football team as well as a service recognizing the players of LaRue County youth football.

    The scrimmage will begin at 6:30 p.m. on the LCHS football field. The LCHS cheerleaders will also be at the scrimmage. A welcoming ceremony for Head Coach Josh Jaggers will also take place during the event.

  • A source of great strength

    There is a quote from the ancient Chinese philosopher that reads “Silence is a source of great strength.” Senior Hawks Football player Bryson Cobb has been just that, a source of great strength over the last three seasons.

    Cobb has been playing football since the first grade when his father Tino introduced him to the game. He enters his senior season having played three sports including baseball and basketball.