Today's Sports

  • Hawks fly high with 15-7 record
  • Lady Hawks make a comeback
  • LC Tennis on a roll

    Monday, April 22 at Bardstown High School

    LC Boys defeat Bardstown 4-1. Singles winners include: Alex Donahue and Chase Childress. Doubles winners include: Rylee Greenwell/Keaton Knox and Connor Nicholas/Biven Turner

    LC Girls defeat Bardstown 5-0. Singles winners include: Hanna Bansemir, Kirsten Harper, and Malerie Skaggs. Doubles winners include: Arian Silva/Holly Yingling, Lacey Cecil/Olivia Hazelwood, and Laila Gross/Lili Knickenberg.

    Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at LaRue County High School

  • Tennis Star from Overseas

    A Roman Author once said “home is where the heart is.” This can mean that our love (our ‘heart’) is focused around the family home. A person’s heart will always be at home. This means that their love, affection and fond memories will always be tied to the place that they live. Such is the case for LCHS’ foreign exchange student and standout tennis player Hanna Bansemir.

  • Sports Shorts

    Golf Scramble

    The 25th annual LaRue County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble will be held on Friday, April 26 at the LaRue County Golf Course located at 1175 Greensburg Road in Hodgenville. For more information call 270-358-3411.

    LaRue County Lady Hawks Softball

    Hit a grand slam and help the LaRue County Lady Hawks Softball, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30, with Chicken Day at Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken in Hodgnville. A percentage of sales will go to the LCHS Softball team.

    Basketball Region Secretary Position

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    Monday, April 15, 2019

    LC Boys beat North Hardin 4-1. Singles winners include: Clay Cecil. Doubles winners include: Rylee Greenwell/Keaton Knox, Connor Nicholas/Biven Turner and Chase Childress/Simon Coy.

    LC Girls lost to North Hardin 3-2. Singles winners include: Malerie Skaggs. Doubles winners include: Lacey Cecil/Olivia Hazelwood.

    Tuesday, April 16, 2019

  • Lady Hawks win 8 straight
  • Hawks go 6 -1

    Mother-nature stepped in early last week causing the Hawks to cancel games between Central Hardin and Atherton, but the weather cleared up late in the week as the Hawks visited the Raiders of Hart County for their first 18th district matchup of the young season. The Raiders and the Hawks were tied 1-1 after two innings of play until the Hawks erupted for fourteen runs through the third, fourth, and fifth inning to defeat the Raiders in five innings by the score of 15-1