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Kehoe earns all-state golf honors

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Dooley, Janes recognzied by Community Club

By Bobby Brockman

Taylor County High School junior Ellen Kehoe finished eighth in points and earned all-state golf honors last week.
The top 10 boys and girls make the all-state team by compiling points in invitational tournaments, the regional tournament and the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA State Championship.
Kehoe and the other players and their coaches will be honored at Big Spring Country Club in Louisville on Nov. 10 at a banquet sponsored by the Musselman-Dunne and the KY PGA Junior Golf Tours.
TCHS falls in district soccer finals
Taylor County’s boys’ team fell to Marion County 5-1 in the 18th District Soccer Tournament finals on Thursday. Both teams advance to this week’s region.
Don’t worry, be happy
• Who looks sadder or more unhappy on a Major League Baseball diamond — Cincinnati Reds’ first baseman Joey Votto or Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitcher Zack Grienke?
Neither should be because they both make extremely good money. However, the duo looks like it’s pain and agony for them when they are playing.

Dooley, Janes saluted for two+ decades
of service to Campbellsville Community athletics

Terry Dooley and Rick Janes were honored by the Campbellsville Community Club during football games on Oct. 13 for their years of dedicated service.
From 1986-2013, some 27 years, Dooley has been a staple of all Campbellsville Community Club activities.
Not only did Dooley serve as scorekeeper, clock operator and announcer, he was often the first man to arrive and the last to leave.
For 23 years, Janes willingly volunteered his time to coordinate, coach and serve as Club President. He was one of the most successful Community Club basketball coaches and stepped down as Club President in 2011.
Dooley also served as a board member for many years.