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Today's Sports

  • Don’t ever give up

    Twenty-five years ago, Jim Valvano made his famous speech at the ESPY awards, “don’t give up, don’t ever give up.” This speech is one of the most popular speeches ever given about a coach’s day-to-day battle with cancer.

    For Junior Lady Hawk Softball player Kellee Cundiff, on a smaller scale, the same could hold true about not giving up. Kellee Cundiff has undergone two knee surgeries over the last fifteen months and has continued to keep fighting to play the game she loves.

  • Central Hardin Bruins Relays...

    The LaRue County High School and Middle School track team competed at the Central Hardin Bruins Relays on March 9-10. The following are the LaRue County results from the match.

    Girls Results

    300 meter dash

    Place Name School Time

    21 Martinez, Natalie LaRue County 57.73

    27 Irwin, Zoey LaRue County 1:06.30

    1500 Meter Run

    4 Hunter-Hays, Jada LaRue County 5:58.69

    1600 Meter Run

    2 Pearman, Emily LaRue County 6:01.74

    5 Summitt, Alexis LaRue County 6:25.37

  • Brown named defensive player of...

    Former LaRue County standout and Miss Kentucky Basketball, Ivy Brown, was recently named defensive player of the year in the Conference USA.

    With Brown’s Defensive Player of the Year award, Western Kentucky has now captured that honor in three of its four seasons as a member of the league; Lady Topper legend Kendall Noble won the award twice following the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons. Elgedawy and Givens are the first Lady Toppers to be named Freshman and Sixth Player of the Year since Western Kentucky’s move to the league four years ago.

  • Devastated

    The Hawks season came to an end on Tuesday, March 6 as they lost a tough game to the John Hardin Bulldogs 48-46.

    The Hawks were down by seven points heading in to the fourth quarter and they took a one point lead with a little over 20 second left in the game, but the Bulldogs made a basket and hit a free throw to take the two point lead. With a little over a second left in the game, the Hawks couldn’t convert.

  • LCHS bass fishing begins

    LaRue County High School will have Competitive Bass Fishing beginning this spring. Over the last four years, students have expressed genuine interest in the activity. This past school year several meetings with interested students and parents took place to review and organize the club. With the approval of the LaRue County Board of Education, the LaRue County High School Bass Fishing club was formed.

  • LCMS Lady Hawks volleyball...

    The LCMS Lady Hawk Volleyball team kicked off another busy week of action as they traveled to J.T. Alton on Monday, February 26 to take on the Lady Trojans. The 7th grade Lady Hawks began the night of action by defeating the Lady Trojans two sets to one.

  • Sports shorts - March 7, 2018

    St. Pat’s Day 5K

    St. Patrick’s Day celebrations will continue with a 5K run/walk in Elizabethtown on Saturday March 17, 2018. This fun run/walk is open to everyone. Every participant will receive a custom finisher’s medal. Adult participants will receive a swag bag and t-shirt. Registration costs are $35 through  March 13, and $40 March 13 through race day. Kids registration costs are just $10 but does not include any swag. To register, visit www.stpatsday5k.com.

    New Haven Recreation League

  • Sallee’s Taekwondo competes in...
  • Hawks advance to championship

    The Hawks varsity basketball team has advanced to the 5th region championship after they came out of a dogfight with a 48-45 win on Monday, March 5 against the Adair County Indians in the region semifinals.

    The Hawks had previously beat the Indians 79-62 in the regular season on January 30 and the Indians were looking for revenge in the semifinal.

    It was a low scoring affair as the Hawks lead 8-6 at the end of the first quarter and 17-12 at halftime.

  • Sports calendar

    St. Pat’s Day 5K

    St. Patrick’s Day celebrations will continue with a 5K run/walk in Elizabethtown on Saturday March 17, 2018. This fun run/walk is open to everyone. Every participant will receive a custom finisher’s medal. Adult participants will receive a swag bag and t-shirt. Registration costs are $35.00 through  March13, and $40 March 13 through race day. Kids registration costs are just $10 but does not include any swag. To register, visit www.stpatsday5k.com.

    New Haven Recreation League