High School Sports

  • Band of Hawks receive distinguished rating
  • LCHS Band of Hawks compete at Taylor County
  • LCHS golf results - August 31, 2016

    LaRue County Golf Course LaRue Co. Vs. Marion Co. 8/25/16

    LaRue County - 157

    Cameron Lasley - 39

    Taylor Eastridge - 42

    Hunter McLaughlin - 39

    Chandler McLaughlin - 37

    Tristan Waddle – 44

    Other LaRue County Scores:

    JT Holcomb - 42

    Jacob Gentry - 46

    Keaton Puckett – 41

    The LCHS golf team’s next match is at 5 p.m. this Wednesday against North Hardin at home. 

  • Wrestling matches canceled due to snow

    The LCMS and LCHS wrestling matches were cancelled last week because of Winter Storm Jonas.

    LCMS Mat Hawks Head Coach Jack LaRue said his teams match last Saturday has now been postponed until this Saturday because of the storm.

    The LCHS Mat Hawks also had their Louisville Central/Male Tri meet cancelled last Wednesday and the Capital City Classic was cancelled last Saturday because of the snow storms. The matches have yet to be rescheduled.  

  • Hawks steamroll Bullitt Central 63-38

    The LCHS Hawks varsity basketball team went 1-1 last week and they ended the series on a high note by routing the Bullitt Central Cougars 63-38.

    The Hawks were in command of the game from the start as they led 18-5 at the end of the first quarter and 43 to 23 at the end of the second quarter. The Hawks held their 20 point lead after halftime, leading 52-32. The Hawks put the game away in the fourth quarter with a final score of 63-38.

  • Gifted and relentless

    To whom much is given, much is required. This quote from the Bible reminds me of certain athletes at LaRue County High School who have been blessed with a great deal of talent, whether it be on the playing field or in the classroom. Such is the case for Sophomore Mallory Williams who is a gifted athlete, but is relentless in her efforts to be better than the day before.

    Williams discovered her love for basketball on the playground during recess.

  • LCHS Hawks kick off basketball season with Blue/White night
  • Eastridge leading the charge for Lady Hawks

    Any time a team or group of people undergoes change, there is typically a sense of apprehension and or excitement that goes along with it. For the 2015-2016 Lady Hawks, only senior Delany Eastridge has welcomed the change and is looking forward to getting the season underway.

    The mild-mannered Eastridge has been a part of the Lady Hawks Basketball program for the past six years. This will be her third year as a starting guard, but her final season will have a new head coach in charge.

  • LCHS Mat Hawks Prepare for Season

    THe Mat Hawks first home match is Saturday, November 21 at 10 a.m.

  • Football Hawks loose final game

    The LaRue County Hawks football team lost their final game of the season in a close 26-22 battle last Friday to the Green County Dragons.

    The Hawks finished the season with a 2-8 record and a 0-4 record in district play. As a result of being in a five team district and finishing last in the district, the Hawks did not qualify for the district tournament.

    However, the Hawks played with heart during their final game as they were the first to score on a safety when Seth DeVary brought down Dragons quarterback Jaysen Judd in the end zone making the score 2-0.