Today's Sports

  • LaRue cheerleaders to compete

    The LaRue County High School cheerleaders will compete today at Taylor County HIgh School in Campbellsville and Jan. 31 for a regional title at Central Hardin HIgh School in Elizabethtown.

    The competition is conducted by KAPOS, the Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors.

  • Volleyball skills camp is...

    A volleyball skills camp for girls in grades 5-8 will be 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Jan. 17 in the LaRue County Middle School gym. Cost is $40 for camp and light lunch.

    For more information, call Eddie Paden at 358-3196.


  • Jumping Hawks perform Friday at...

    The Jumping Hawks have a public performance scheduled for Friday.

    The fourth and fifth graders will jump at halftime of the varsity boys’ basketball game with Hart County.


  • Hawks continue winning streak at...

    Good outside shooting from senior Christian Seymour and some timely late baskets from Tyler Hornback led the LaRue County Hawks to defeat the Central Hardin Bruins. The win brought the Hawks to 12-0 for the season.

    Seymour buried 5-of-7 3-pointers and Hornback scored seven fourth-quarter points as the host Hawks held off the Bruins, 58-48 in the championship game of the eight-team National Guard Holiday Classic.

  • Mat Hawks defeat top-ranked...

    The LaRue County Mat Hawks defeated the top-ranked team in the state at the Central Hardin Duals Saturday.

    Defending state champion Union County bypassed Trinity in the polls for the top spot in the state just four days before heading to the duals. Union County, loaded with seniors, was defeated 36-37 by the youthful LaRue grapplers.

    The coaching staff scheduled the hardest tournaments early in the season in hopes of aging a very young wrestling team. 

  • Lady Hawks conk Caverna 50-24

    The Lady Hawks (5-4) lost their second game in as many days in the Campbellsville University/Coca-Cola Holiday Classic on Dec. 30. LaRue’s loss came at the hands of Taylor County, 50-37.

    Sophomore guard Valerie Whitlock paced LaRue County with 15 points, while eighth-grade guard Anna Bowling chipped in with 14 points.

    Sophomore guard Lyndsay Whitlock added six points and five rebounds.

    The Lady Hawks led 25-24 at the half before being out-pointed 15-8 and 10-4 in the final two frames.

  • Youth wrestling registration is...

    Sign-ups for the LaRue County Youth Wrestling Club will be 5:30-7:30 p.m. Jan. 8 and 9 at the LaRue County High School cafeteria.

    LCYWC is open to all LaRue County boys 12 and younger as of Dec. 31. The cost is $60 per participant.

    For more information, call Chris Grimm at (502) 724-5953 or e-mail lcyouthwrestling@aol.com.

  • Lady Hawks defeat Blackburn in...

    LaRue County’s Lady Hawks put on runs of 6-2 and 9-2 in the second quarter to pull away from a pesky Blackburn team from Australia 56-33 in the first round of the Holiday Classic at Campbellsville High over the weekend.

    Valerie Whitlock hit two three-pointers in the third frame and cemented a solid 46-24 lead.

    “I knew we’d be a bit sluggish,” said LaRue Coach Travis Wootton. “We haven’t played in a week.”

    But Wootton was pleased with his team’s domination in the third quarter.

  • Seventh-grade ladies are...

    The future is bright for the Lady Hawks’ basketball program. The seventh-grade team had a perfect season, finishing with a 28-0 record. The girls worked extremely hard over the summer playing in many games and AAU competitions with Coach James “Boo” Brewer. They abided by the motto set for them, “Work Hard, Play Harder.”

    The team started its season with an overtime victory at Nelson County. That was the closest any team came to beating them as they ran away with most of their games. The Lady Hawks’ victories averaged 21 points per game.

  • Interested in officiating on the...

    Anyone interested in officiating high school baseball or fast-pitch softball can attend an official’s meeting 9:30 a.m. Jan. 10 at LaRue County High School.

    For more information, call assigning secretary Mike Ash at (270) 465-8962.