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Dodd Caudill named Boys Soccer Head Coach

Over the last ten years soccer has been a part of the LaRue County High School Athletic program there has been several transitions take place. From the initial coed team, the splitting of the boys and girls program, and to being assigned to a district by the KHSAA, the Boys program was introduced to their


written July 4th During this time of the year we are reminded of the many sacrifices that our great military forces have endured over the years. We as a country cannot say thank you enough for the freedoms we share. As I reflected over the weekend all the things I am thankful for I wanted


The LaRue County Girls Basketball program will host a youth camp July 20-23 at the LCHS gym. Grades 5-8 are from 8:30-10:00 while grades k-4 are from 10:30-12. Camp is open to girls entering grades k-8. Cost is $35 which includes a tee-shirt. For more information please contact Simon Ford @ (270) 528-1421 or Danielle

LaRue County High School Athletics debuts new website

The LCHS Athletic Department is pleased to announce that a new athletic website has been launched and will feature all thirteen sports programs. LaRue County is only 1 of 20 schools throughout the state that are using Varsity News Network as their sole source for High School Athletics. Varsity News Network is based out of


The LaRue  County Boys Basketball program will host a youth camp July 20-23 at the LCHS gym. Grades 1-4 are from noon – 2:00 while grades 4-8 are from 2:15-4:15.  Camp is open to boys entering grades 1-8.  Cost is $35 which includes a tee-shirt.  For more information please contact Head Coach Paul Childress @


Over the last week several Hawk baseball players, along with a Lady Hawk softball player received recognition for their outstanding accomplishments on the field. Sophomore Cameron Dawson, Junior Colby Skaggs, and Senior Emillee Cundiff had the opportunity to showcase their talents in all-star games while Koy Lindsey was recognized for his baseball performance this past


LCHS Girls Basketball Team gets a visit from former LaRue standout Ivy Brown during WKU Team Camp. (photo by Coach Rogers)

LCHS Cheer welcomes Danielle VanderMolen & Jennifer Thrasher

The LaRue County Cheer Program is transitioning into new leadership this spring. Danielle VanderMolen will oversee the LCHS Competitive Cheer Program while Jennifer Thrasher will assist. The LCHS Cheer Program has had tremendous success over the last ten years and Head Coach VanderMolen is excited about the opportunity. “My hopes for LCHS cheerleading program would

Hawks “Bleed Blue” for the week

Traditionally summer basketball has consisted of teams getting together for practices and then attending a week-long summer basketball camp on a University campus. These camps are usually very expensive for individuals and more focus is put on competing against other teams. So, instead of loading up and traveling to a summer basketball camp, Head Coach