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Today's Sports

  • Region Champs - Built for...
  • Comeback Hawks win region

    Vince Lombardi, the famous Green Bay Packers coach that led his team to victories in Super Bowl I and II, once said, “Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is”.

  • Hawks football team is thankful

    In the movie Friday Night Lights, Coach Gary Gaines is talking to his team at halftime of the Texas state championship game, and is expressing to his team that his heart is full. In other words his heart his full because he is thankful for the opportunity to coach his team of young men.

    Such is the case for Hawks Head Football Coach Josh Jaggers who has endured a roller coaster type season, and over the last three weeks has won three playoff games putting them in the state semi-finals for only the second time in school history with the other time being in 1991.

  • LCMS Boys Basketball face stiff...

    As the fourth week of LCMS Boys basketball began the Hawks first traveled to Elizabethtown as they took on the T.K. Stone Panthers on Monday, November 13.

    The 7th grade Hawks began the night of action falling behind the Panthers by a score of 10-8 after one quarter of play. Alec Silva paced the Hawks in the first quarter of play by connecting on three out of five free-throw attempts. In the second quarter the Panthers turned up the offensive pressure dropping 18 points in the quarter as they extended their lead to 28-16 at halftime.

  • Blue and White Night

    The annual Blue and White Night was held at the LaRue County High School gym on Saturday, November 17. Both the LCHS Boys and Girls basketball programs introduced their players, which included freshmen through varsity squads. The middle school teams were also introduced. Both the Boys and Girls Varsity Teams also had an intrasquad scrimmage. More pictures will be featured in the November 28 edition of The LaRue County Herald News. photos by terry sandidge

  • Hall of Fame inductees announced

    The first inaugural class of the LaRue County High School Athletics Hall of Fame was recently announced.

    Since June 2018, the LaRue County Hall of Fame Committee has been meeting to establish the LCHS Athletic Hall of Fame. They have been taking nominations for the inaugural Class. Seven players, two coaches, and one contributor attained the two-thirds vote by the committee.

  • Blue/White Night is Saturday

    The 2018 Hawks and Lady Hawks basketball teams will kickoff the upcoming seasons with their annual Blue and White Night at the LaRue County High School gym this Saturday, November 17.

    Activities will begin in the gym starting at 6 p.m. Both the Boys and Girls basketball programs will introduce their players, which will include freshmen through varsity squads. The middle school teams will also be introduced.

  • LCMS boys basketball keeps...

    As week two of the boys middle school basketball season tipped off the LCMS Hawks faced two conference opponents that began last Monday, October 29 as the Hawks hosted the Greenwave from Stuart Pepper Middle School.

    The 7th grade Hawks would begin the night of basketball action falling behind 8-7 after the first quarter of play as Daniel Allen sustained the Hawk’s offense by dropping five points in the first quarter. In the second quarter of play the scoring for the Hawks started to balance out as the Hawks took a 17-14 lead into halftime.

  • Hawks win playoff game

    The Hawks beat the Union County Braves 48-29 last Friday at home during the first round of the class 3A playoffs.

    Although the Braves were seeking revenge as they lost to the Hawks last season in the opening round of the playoffs 14-0, but their revenge just didn’t happen. The Hawks always managed to stay one step ahead of the Braves in the game last Friday as they never lost the lead throughout the game.

  • LCMS boys basketball keeps...

    As week two of the boys middle school basketball season tipped off the LCMS Hawks faced two conference opponents that began last Monday, October 29 as the Hawks hosted the Greenwave from Stuart Pepper Middle School.

    The 7th grade Hawks would begin the night of basketball action falling behind 8-7 after the first quarter of play as Daniel Allen sustained the Hawk’s offense by dropping five points in the first quarter. In the second quarter of play the scoring for the Hawks started to balance out as the Hawks took a 17-14 lead into halftime.