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Softball and baseball district tournaments

By Bobby Brockman



For the first time ever, the 20th District Tournaments will not only be hosted by the same school, they will also be scheduled where softball and baseball parents and fans can watch each game.
Campbellsville High School athletics director Tim Davis announced last week that the 20th District Softball Tournament on the Lady Eagles’ field a the Durham Campus will be played Monday-Wednesday with 5:30 starts each night.
Also, the 20th District Baseball Tournament at Campbellsville High will have 7 p.m. starts each night.
The Fifth Region Softball Tournament begins on Memorial Day at Hart County while the Fifth Region Baseball Tournament also starts Monday, May 26 at Central Hardin.

20th District Softball Tournament
Monday, May 19

5:30    Taylor County vs. Campbellsville
Tuesday, May 20
5:30    Marion County vs. Adair County
Wednesday, May 21
5:30    Championship game
20th District Baseball Tournament
Monday, May 19

5:30    Campbellsville vs. Marion County
Tuesday, May 20
5:30    Taylor County vs. Adair County
Wednesday, May 21
5:30    Championship game

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Taylor County chalked up its 29th and 30th baseball victories over Casey County (6-0) on Thursday and at Bardstown (5-2) on Friday.
Tyler Frogge struck out 10 while tossing a two-hitter, with no walks, vs. Casey County.
Frogge, Daniel Carney and Jack Miller had two-hit games vs. the Rebels with Frogge and John Robert Wood knocking in two runs apiece.
The Cards managed only four hits (a double by Noah Scott and singles by Carney, Frogge and Hunter McQueary) against Bardstown with Frogge and McQueary getting RBIs.
Dalton Brown earned the mound win with Scott getting a save.
• Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals  (27-6) posted their 11th and 12th straight triumphs by besting Glasgow 4-2 (with Karissa Mings going the distance for the win) on Thursday and North Hardin 5-2 on Friday.
• The Lady Eagles from Campbellsville are 16-12 after a 13-9 road win over John Hardin on Friday night.
• After rain-outs on Wednesday and Thursday, Campbellsville’s baseball Eagles (16-15) lost its Senior Night Game 8-4 to LaRue County on Friday.
The Hawks scored five runs in the second on two hits, two walks and two Eagle errors and three more in the sixth on no hits and three CHS errors.
Campbellsville had cut the lead to 5-2 with a pair of runs, but left the bases loaded in the fifth frame and got two more in the bottom of the sixth inning.
Before the 20th District Baseball and Softball Tournaments begin today, Taylor County was slated to host North Bullitt on Saturday while Campbellsville traveled to John Hardin and Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals visited Woodford County.