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KHSAA WRESTLING STATE MEDALISTS

The LaRue County Wrestling Team capped a great season at the KHSAA State Wrestling Championships this past Friday and Saturday. The Hawks finished 16th Place as a team overall and 7th in the small school division and had three individual state placers. The Hawks wrestled well throughout the tournament with every wrestler qualifying winning a

COACH SLAVEN GETS #100

Head Coach James Slaven got his 100th career win Monday night in a 52-41 win over Campbellsville.  Congrats Coach Slaven!  

LADY HAWKS SENIOR BBALL PLAYERS RECOGNIZED BEFORE THE GAME TONIGHT

THE FANTASTIC FOUR “Obstacles are put in the way to see if what we want is really worth fighting for,” an unknown author once said. Four Lady Hawk senior basketball players (Mallory Williams, Sara Warren, Presley Brown and Sophie Akin) have experienced more obstacles than the average teenage athlete has, not least of which is

REGION 2 CHAMPS!

PHOTOS BY GUIN MONT-ETON The LaRue County Mat Hawks did what they were supposed to do Saturday at Owensboro High School:  win the Region 2 Wrestling Tournament.  The Hawks placed six in the finals and won four championship matches, and proceeded to run away from the competition, accumulating 214.5 points. It was back-to-back championships for

KANE HARRIS SIGNS WITH CAMPBELLSVILLE U.

Congrats to Kane Harris who signed his letter of intent to play college football @ Campbellsville University. @laruecofootball @joshjagg        

HAWKS WRESTLING REGION SEEDS COME OUT

106 Corey Westover 5th 113 Thomas Hoppes 2nd 120 Chris Morton US (unseeded) 126 Jabin Hite 4th 132 Austin Shaffer US 138 Noah Davis 1st 145 Luis Serrano US 152 Dalton Bell 1st 160 Ethan Johnson 4th 170 Thomas Boone 3rd 182 Isaac Johnson 2nd 195 Conner Lambert 6th 220 Pablo Hernandez 4th 285 Tucker Shelton

MAT HAWKS POST STRONG SHOWING AT STATE DUALS

The LaRue County Hawks had a busy week on the wrestling mat. Due to the weather Sectional Duals were rescheduled for Wednesday Jan. 24th. The Hawks faced down 3 opponents, defeating John Hardin 48-21, Taylor County 50-28, and Fort Knox 78-3. The Hawks won their 4th Sectional Dual title in 5 years, giving them #1

BLAKE SHELTON SIGNS WITH CAMPBELLSVILLE U.

Senior Baseball player Blake Shelton has signed a letter of intent to play baseball with Campbellsville University in the fall.  Pictured with Blake: FRONT L-R:  Ricky Shelton, Chris Shelton, Blake Shelton, Joanna Shelton, Roy Meals BACK L-R:  Head Baseball Coach Eric Allen, Principal Denise Skaggs, Campbellsville Asst. Coach Carter Sibley, Athletic Director David Dawson  

KENDRIK WEATHERS

KENDRIK WEATHERS “You can’t start a fire without a spark.” American singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen wrote in one of his biggest hits of all-time Dancing in the Dark.  LaRue County Boys Basketball senior Kendrik Weathers is the spark that starts the fire for the LaRue County Hawks team. Weathers has assumed and solidified his role on

WARREN BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD WITH 8-3 POINTERS!

Senior Lady Hawks Sara Warren connected on 8 three point shots last night in a 30 point win against Bullitt Central.  She surpasses Whitney Brooks who made seven in one game.

HAWKS TAKE 3RD PLACE AT MICHAEL HERCHENRADER MEMORIAL TOURNEY

The LaRue County Hawks were in action Saturday at Louisville Male for the Michael Herchenrader Jr. Memorial Tournament. 14 teams were represented with 4 being in the top ten in the state. The Hawks had a strong finish of 3rd place behind #7 Madison Central and #2 Walton Verona. The Hawks had 8 finish in

WE ARE FAMILY (PRESLEY BROWN)

PRESLEY BROWN This is the full version of the article that was in the Herald News on Wednesday, January 10 In 1979, Sister Sledge, an American Vocal group recorded the song WE ARE FAMILY.  The first lines of the song “We are family, I got all my sister and me….”  For Lady Hawk Presley Brown

MAT HAWKS WIN DEFENDER OF THE MAT TOURNEY

The LaRue County Hawks traveled to Bryan Station High School in Lexington to participate in the prestigious Defender of the Mat wrestling tournament. The Hawks finished 1st out of 18 teams with 9 of 12 varsity wrestlers finishing in the top four. Seniors Noah Davis and Dalton Bell, Sophomore Tucker Shelton, and Freshman Thomas Hoppes

ETHAN & ISAAC JOHNSON

ETHAN AND ISAAC JOHNSON TWIN POWER Motivational speaker Les Brown says, “If you do what is easy, your life will be hard.  If you do what is hard, your life will be easy.” It sometimes takes years for us to figure this out, but not for fraternal twins Ethan and Isaac Johnson. The Johnson Brothers

NEWS ENTERPRISE ALL-AREA FOOTBALL SELECTIONS

The News Enterprise released their annual All-Area Football selections, and several of the Hawks appeared on the list. Congrats Josh Jaggers who was selected as area coach of the year! Congrats Dailliss Cox who was selected as the area defensive lineman of the year. 1st Team Offense includes: Bryson Cobb and Jacob Cundiff 2nd Team

MAT HAWKS TAKE RUNNER-UP @ BOYLE CO. DUALS

The LaRue County Mat Hawks competed at the Boyle County Big Brother Duals in Danville on Saturday. The Hawks came out with a Runner-up finish, falling in the finals to McCracken County in a hotly contested dual. The Hawks defeated Danville, Fern Creek, and Anderson County in pools. They defeated Boyle County in the Semi-finals.

KATELYNN LAFOLLETTE

KATELYNN LAFOLLETTE Actress Evangeline Lilly “The world is full of opportunities, and I want to try as many as I possibly can.” Lady Hawk’s volleyball and cheerleader Katelynn Lafollette could say the same. Lafollette has been involved with the volleyball program for the last four years and the cheer program for the last seven years.

LCHS CHEER SQUAD

2017 LCHS CHEER BACK L-R: Coach Angela Miller, Haleigh Jurcak, Kimberly Vazquez, Alyssa Jones, Haley Dile, Anjelina Cruse, Maddie Cox, Coach Melinda Skaggs MIDDLE L-R: Coach Danielle VanderMolen, Olivia Bingham, Jaide Plouiver, Savannah Smith, Taylor Flatt, Keke Weathers, Tori Stinnett Coach Erin Masure FRONT L-R:  Rachel French, Emily Miller, Katelynn Lafollette, Ashlen Grubbs, Whitney Bauer,

RUTH SORACE RECOGNIZED AS COMPETITIVE CHEER OFFICIAL OF THE YEAR!

photo courtesy of KHSAA Ruth Sorace was honored Saturday as the KHSAA COMPETITIVE CHEER OFFICIAL OF THE YEAR in Louisville.  Sorace coached at Elizabethtown High for 20 years before moving into administration. Sorace has had a huge impact on Competitive Cheer over the last 40 years.  She served as 5th region Chairperson for ten years,

NEWS ENTERPRISE SELECT PREPS NOMINEES

16 LaRue County Hawks atheletes have been nominated for the News Enterprise Select Preps banquet which will take place tonight at First Christian Church in Elizabethtown.  Check out the link to see what each coach said about their selection BASEBALL- DEREK GOODE Eric Allen Everything Derek does defines what a coach looks for in a team

LC CHEER ADVANCES TO STATE!

photos by Terry Sandidge The LaRue County Cheer squad was able to advance to the KHSAA STATE COMPETITIVE CHEER event by winning the all girls medium division yesterday at Nelson County High School.  The cheer squad had a clean routine and was able to edge Thomas Nelson and Adair County for the 5th Region Championship.

BLUE-WHITE NIGHT PICS by Walter Cornett

check out Walter Cornett pics from the Blue-White event.  Thanks Walter for sharing.  Feel free to contact him. http://3pt.pics/lchsbw16 Walter Cornett | Photographer WildcatWorld.com and ThreePointShots.com Email: walter@threepointshots.com Phone: 270.312.CATS  

2016-2017 LC CHEER

Front: Keke Weathers, Whitney Bauer, Andreya Crewz, Hayley Cecil, Kaylee Hornback, Chloe Sandidge, Morgan Jaggers Middle: Madison Cox, Kayla Heath, Samantha Martin, Daisy Graham, Rachel French, Katelynn Lafollette, Lexi Hodges, Anjelina Cruz-Espinoza Back: Coach Danielle VanderMolen, Zoey Irwin, Haleigh Jurcak, Coach Melinda Skaggs, Coach Angela Miller, Ashlen Grubbs, Emily Miller, Coach Erin Masure

LCHS MULTI-SPORT ATHLETES

Most all of us would agree that some of the best times in our lives were the times spent in High School. LaRue County High School on average has 750 students each school year. Of the 750, nearly 300 of those are student-athletes. Of the 300+ student-athletes at least half of those participate in more