Today's Sports

  • LCHS tennis results from the...
  • LaRue All-comers meet track...


    Breea Kirkpatrick Winner in mile

    Girls Shot Put- 1st Place Beyonca Embree

    Girls Discus- 1st Place Beyonca Embree

    Girls Turbo Javelin- 1st Place Beyonca Embree


    Boy’s High Jump- 1st Anthony Adkins

    Boy’s Triple Jump- 1st Isaiah Sublett

    Boys Discus- 1st Victor Burton

    Boys Shot Put- 1st Chase Baker

    Boy’s Turbo Javelin- 1st Victor Burton

  • Chamber Unites with Golf Scramble

    Spring is sprung and golf swings are expected as The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce hosts their 24th Annual Golf Scramble. The event will be held at the LaRue County Golf Course on Friday, April 27. The golf course is located at 1175 Greensburg Road in Hodgenville.

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  • Lady Hawks go 3-2 in Border War

    The Lady Hawks varsity softball team went 3-2 in the Border War tournament at Monroe County on April 5-6.

    The Lady Hawks beat Cumberland County 9-3, Russellville 6-3 and Smith County 11-3. The Lady Hawks lost two close games to Campbellsville 6-5 and Monroe County 10-9.

  • Hawk Baseball places second in...

    During the week of Spring Break the LaRue County Hawk baseball team traveled to Bardstown to compete in the 2018 Keaton Hall Wood Bat Memorial Tournament.

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    Golf Scramble

       The 24th annual LaRue County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble will be held on Friday, April 27, 2018 at the LaRue County Golf Course located at 1175 Greensburg Road, Hodgenville. For more information contact the Chamber at 270-358-3411.

    Pickle ball LaRue County

    A beginner’s class for pickle ball is being held at the Board of Education office on College Street in Hodgenville at 5 p.m. on Sundays. Regular sessions are held on Monday and Thursday at 5 p.m. All equipment is provided.

    Pickle ball Nelson County

  • Watch out for the quiet ones

    Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.” Hawks Tennis player Clay Cecil exudes a willingness to continue to improve on weaknesses while remaining competitive, quiet, and unassuming.

  • LCMS volleyball season ends

    As postseason play began last week for the LCMS Girls Volleyball team the 7th grade Lady Hawks faced a tough first round opponent in the Lady Panthers from T.K. Stone.

    In the first set the Lady Panthers jumped out quickly taking control of the first set thus defeating the Lady Hawks by a score of (21-5). In the second set the Lady Hawks continued to battle, but the Lady Panthers pulled away for a (21-9) victory securing the match against the Lady Hawks.