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Today's News

  • CU squares record with home-field victory

    Bobby Brockman
    sports@cknj.com
     

  • CHS JV grid team rolls over Green Co. 48-0

    Campbellsville High School’s junior-varsity football squad made it 2-0 with an 48-0 home rout over Green County on Monday night.
    Devonte Cubit started the scoring on a 60-yard touchdown run on the game’s first play from scrimmage. Cubit also added the two-point conversion for an 8-0 start.
     Daejoun Smith tackled the Green County quarterback in the  end zone for safety and a 10-0 cushion.
     Cubit then connected with Austyn Thornton for a 35-yard score and Charles Johnson ran in the conversion.

  • CHS JV grid team rolls over Green Co. 48-0

    Campbellsville High School’s junior-varsity football squad made it 2-0 with an 48-0 home rout over Green County on Monday night.
    Devonte Cubit started the scoring on a 60-yard touchdown run on the game’s first play from scrimmage. Cubit also added the two-point conversion for an 8-0 start.
     Daejoun Smith tackled the Green County quarterback in the  end zone for safety and a 10-0 cushion.
     Cubit then connected with Austyn Thornton for a 35-yard score and Charles Johnson ran in the conversion.

  • What happens to Eagles, Cards now the break is over

     

  • Taylor takes down CHS in cross-town boys' soccer

     

    Taylor County used three second-half goals to decision visiting Campbellsville in boys’ high school soccer action on Tuesday night.
    The Cardinals (5-2-2) tallied first on Jordan Nicholas’ goal with 37:05 left in the game and the senior scored again at 22:38.
    Will Miller, who assisted Nicholas’ second goal, made it 3-0 at 19:02.
    Eagle Cass Kidwell helped CHS (2-8) avoid the shutout with a score at 10:11.
    Campbellsville visits Clinton County tonight while Taylor County plays at Elizabethtown.

  • September-October sports calendar

    Little Feet Soccer set for Sept. 30, Oct. 2-3
    Dates for Little Feet Soccer 2014 are: Sept. 30, Oct. 2-3. This is specifically designed for ages 2-4 to learn the fundamentals of soccer, social interaction, shapes, and colors. Registration is now open and will close on Sept. 22. Cost for will be $40. To sign up, go to: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1j6mzaRtMHnV-F69D5T9MCkS84foi9SlxrD9Vr18...

  • Sept. 20-30 upcoming games

    Saturday, Sept. 20
    HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY — Fairgrounds Frenzy, hosted by Central Hardin, in Elizabethtown.
    HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ SOCCER — Brown at Campbellsville, Taylor County vs. Grayson County  in Barren Cup.
    HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL — Taylor County in Anderson County Smash Tournament.
    MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL — Seventh-grade Bowl (TBA).
    UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL — Bethel at Campbellsville (1:30).
    Monday, Sept. 22

  • Early Days for 9-18

     

    TEN YEARS AGO

    Sept. 16, 2004

    Campbellsville University men's and women's cross country teams both brought home second-place trophies at the Centre College Invitational on Saturday.

    Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church's Relay for Life Team members received Platinum Club pins in recognition of their $13,237.51 raised for this year's event.

  • Kirtley, Cofer to wed

     

    Ashley Kirtley of Campbellsville and Michael Cofer of Elizabethtown announce their engagement.

    Kirtley is the daughter of Bobby and Lisa Kirtley.

    She is a graduate of Taylor County High School and Campbellsville University and is employed by the commonwealth of Kentucky as an auditor.

    Cofer is the son of Al and Susan Rider and Quinn and Kathy Cofer.

    He is a graduate of Elizabethtown High School and Bellarmine University and is employed as a teacher and boys' basketball coach at North Hardin High School.

  • Pickin' in the Parking Lot

     

    Taylor County Public Library hosted four local musicians for a Pickin' in the Parking Lot event last Tuesday.

    Father and son duos John Willis and Stewart Graham from Campbellsville and Brian Stevenson and Grant Stevenson from Breckenridge County performed bluegrass music.

    About 160 people attended.