LaRue County football was unable to open the home slate of its schedule in the win column Friday night.
LaRue County faces its toughest challenge of the young season tonight in its home opener. After a 21-13 win over Campbellsville in week one and a blowout 48-15 victory over Nelson County in week 2, the Hawks host Bardstown.
Sophomore Haylie Panter scored a goal and assisted on the other to lead the Central Hardin girls’ soccer team to a 2-0 victory over visiting Meade County Monday evening.
Central Hardin senior Allan Lockwood and LaRue County sophomore Carson Childress each shot 3-over 146 at the Boys’ All-State Championship at the University Club of Kentucky. Both shot 72-74.
Central Hardin senior Allan Lockwood and LaRue County sophomore Carson Childress each shot even par 72 Saturday at the Boys All-State Challenge at the Big Blue Golf Course at the University Club of Kentucky.
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