Today's Sports

  • 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

  • LC Boys Track meet results

    Results from the Gator Invitational includes: Matthew Lewis – 1st in 400M, 1st in 200M, and 4th in the long jump. Connor Baker – 1st in long jump, 4th in triple jump, and 4th in high jump. Chase Baker – 3rd in shot put. Chase Hines – 2nd in 1600M.

  • Hawk Tennis 10-0 Campbellsville

    Guys LC 5 – Campbellsville 0

    Singles winner include: Clay Cecil, Alex Donahue, Simon Coy and Chase Childress. Double winners include: Rylee Greenwell/Keaton Knox and Connor Nichols/Biven Turner.

    Girls LC 5 – Campbellsville 0

    Singles winners include: Hanna Bansemir, Kirsten Harper, and Malerie Skaggs. Double winners include: Ariana Silver/Holly Yingling, Lacey Cecil/ Oliva Hazelwood, and Laila Gross/Lili Knickenberg.

  • LCMS Cheerleading Tryouts

    Important information has been released for students that wish to try out for cheerleading at LaRue County Middle School.

    Clinics will be held between 3:30 -5 p.m. on April 8,9,10, and 11 in the LCMS cafeteria. Participants must attend at least 3 clinics to participate in tryouts, and have a sports physical. Tryout forms are available at the school’s front office and must be returned no later than April 8.

  • Hawks finish regular season (23-...
  • Most Outstanding Wrestler Tucker...

    The LaRue County Mat Hawks traveled to Lexington this past Saturday to compete in the Tates Creek Invitational. The team placed 4th place out of 18 teams as the Hawks sent 11 wrestlers to compete with 8 Hawks placing in the top 6 overall.

  • Lady Hawks compete in the...
  • Hacker Jersey Retired

     In an effort to acknowledge and honor some of the players who have contributed to the LaRue County Lady Hawks history, LCHS will be recognizing players whose numbers have been retired. January 4, 2019, Mrs. Verda Dunn Hacker was honored during the game. Hacker played for the Lady Hawks from 1975 to 1981. She was a three-time member of the 18th District All-Tournament Team and was ranked as one of the top 20 players in the state of Kentucky for her senior season.

  • Hawks win Magnolia Bank Classic