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Today's Sports

  • 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.

  • LaRue finishes strong in Special...

    Several students from LCHS FMD teacher Casey Sidebottom’s class participated in the Special Olympics on Saturday, October 27. They participated in the Special Olympics area 4 singles bowling tournament at Kingpin lanes in Jeffersontown. Those that participated are Robert England, 1st place; Shelly England, 5th place; Noah Cromwell, 1st place, and Evan Grubbs, 5th place. 

  • Cross country teams compete at...

     KHSAA State Cross Country Championship - Organization License

                      2018 KHSAA Class 2A State Cross Country Meet                  

  • LCHS students win Fishing...

    The team of Wyatt Pearman and Evan Morris from LaRue County High School took the win for Fishing University’s “Make Me A Star” high school team challenge on October 28-30 at Watts Bar Lake in Kingston, TN.

    The win came with a 4-year tuition scholarship from Bethel University as well as a spot on the Bethel Wildcats Fishing Team, the number one college team in the country, the $10,000 Nick Huntley Memorial College Scholarship and wonderful prizes from each of Fishing University’s sponsors. The pair had a total weight of 12.55 pounds.

  • LCMS boys basketball season tips...

    The LCMS Boy’s 8th grade basketball team began their season last Thursday, October 25 as they traveled to Caverna to take on the Colonels of Caverna Middle School.

    In the first quarter the Hawks jumped out to a commanding 24-2 lead as the Hawks had seven players enter into the scoring category to jump start the Hawks offense. In the second quarter the Hawks continued to add to their lead as they took a 44-19 lead into halftime.

  • Football Hawks fall short to...

    After a convincing win at Edmonson County in their previous game, the Hawks were looking to keep their winning ways rolling as the Campbellsville Eagles and their impressive (8-1) record paid a visit to a very soggy Hawk Field on Friday, October 26. However, that wasn’t the case as the Hawks fell short to the Eagles 14-8.

  • Cross country teams make it to...

    For the first time since 2004, the boys and the girls’ LaRue County cross country teams have made it to the state cross country championships.

    Boys CC recap and state tourney preview

  • Fishing University to feature...

    High school teams from across the country and Canada participated in a three-month social media fishing challenge to earn college scholarships and one team was from LaRue County.

  • LCMS Boys Basketball Preview

    The 7th grade boys’ basketball team finished 18-6 last season and lost a nail-biter to the TK Stone Panthers in the post-season championship game. Now with that team being 8th graders, there is a lot of anticipation and expectation as this group continues to grow, gets stronger, and learns how to be great teammates.

  • LCMS Girls basketball lose to TK...

    As week eight of the girl’s middle school basketball schedule rolled around the LCMS Lady Hawks only had one game on their schedule as they hosted the Lady Panthers from TK Stone Middle School.

    The 7th grade Lady Hawks began the night of basketball as both teams struggled offensively in the first quarter of play, but the Lady Hawks found themselves down by a score of 6-2. The Lady Hawks would get the offense going in the second quarter as Katelyn Williams dropped five points for the Lady Hawks but the Lady Hawks went into halftime down by a score of 13-9.