The Cattleman’s Rodeo is one of the highlight events in Lawrence County, but this year the rodeo achieved even more success.
The bats were alive and the balls were flying as Athletics for All annual special needs honor softball game went off without a hitch last Thursday.
Lawrence County had three students sign to continue their careers at UNA this past week. From left to right: Hannah Hensley, Abigail Bogan and Carly Carroll signed to go to UNA. Hensley and Carroll will be joining the Lion’s cheer squad, while Bogan will go to be a part of the UNA dance team.
Lawrence County’s Rebekah Childress was victorious in claiming the individual championship at the Lawrence County golf tournament that took place on April 25.
Football is a game that is won in the trenches. It’s a true statement and one that the East Lawrence Eagles have taken to heart.
It wasn’t pretty, but not all wins are as East Lawrence punched their ticket to the regional tournament in Florence Tuesday afternoon with a 7-5 win over Phil Cambpell.
Perhaps we should call him Mr. Clutch, because that's exactly what Hatton's Connor West was Thursday afternoon. West earned the individual Lawrence County golf championship Thursday, emphasis on the word earned. He narrowly beat out Jack Proctor from Lawrence County to get the win.
“We always know that if we do what we’re supposed to do we have a chance to win. After we’re done the legacy we leave behind can affect others for a long time so we want to leave a legacy of success.”
Lawrence County quarterback Austin Blankenship has found his next home. The senior signed to play football at Huntingdon Tuesday afternoon in a ceremony at Lawrence County High School.
Playing large schools and taking down top 10 teams. That’s what the Hatton softball team is about. At least that’s what any Hatton softball player will tell you.
It didn’t take long for Bradyn Mitchell to get back in the groove for the Hatton Hornets. The youngster recently returned from an injury and quickly made her presence felt.
It wasn’t the kind of game they are used to playing, but a win is a win and Lawrence County pulled out a tough win over North Oldham (Kentucky) 1-0 Thursday.