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Today's Sports

  • Taylor County keeps rolling with...

    Taylor County High School improved its baseball won-loss ledger to 7-0 with a 5-1 home victory over Hart County on Wednesday and a 13-2, five-inning triumph at Green County on Thursday.
    Jordan Nicholas picked up the complete-game victory vs. Hart County with four strike-outs, no walks while scattering four hits.
    Justice Gregory and John Robert Wood had two-hit games for the Cardinals while Dalton Brown doubled and Tyler Frogge, Daniel Carney and Hunter McQueary singled.

  • Sanders reaches 1,000

    Beauford Sanders reached the 1,000 coaching victory plateau on Saturday when his Campbellsville University baseball Tigers upended Cumberland (Tenn.) University 10-1 on Saturday afternoon in game one of a Mid-South Conference doubleheader.
    Sanders, who won 268 games at North Greenville Community College (now North Greenville University) in South Carolina, has won 732 times at Campbellsville.

  • KCA finishes second at archery...

     

    Kentucky Christian Academy’s archery team came in second place (out of 49 teams) in the elementary division at the Kentucky State NASP Archery Tournament in Louisville on March 18. KCA, who had a team score of 3,171, will be competing at nationals in May.

  • Lady Tigers take two at nationals

     

  • CKTS grabs pair of state 11s

     

  • CHS crushes Caverna 19-2,...

    Campbellsville High School split its last two baseball tilts and stand 2-2 before Monday’s game at Nelson County.
    The Eagles rolled past Caverna 19-2 on the road Thursday night as Zach Durham went 3-5 with four runs batted in and Owen Weeks, Cody Houk and Austin Hash had two hits apiece.
    Chase Thomas had a solo home run to lead off the second and had two sacrifice flies for a three-RBI game and Hash had two singles, a walk and was hit by a pitch for three more RBI.
    Houk and J.T. Holmes had two RBI apiece.

  • Gumm gets baseball win No. 500

     

  • Cards upend Washington County 5-1

    Taylor County scored a run in the first inning and  each in the third and fifth to defeat visiting Washington County 5-1 in the Cardinals’ baseball opener on Monday night.
    Coach Jeff Gumm’s club got a six-inning mound effort from lefty Dalton Brown with Tyler Frogge tossing the seventh.
    Frogge led the Cardinal offensive attack with two singles and three runs cored while Jordan Nicholas doubled and Justice Gregory and Noah Scott added singles. Nicholas, Gregory and Daniel Carney had runs batted in.

  • Lady Cards begin with 10-0 shut-...

     

  • Lady Eagles use big innings for...

    Campbellsville High’s Lady Eagles’ softball tallied two runs in the fourth inning, seven in the fifth and three more in the sixth to knock off John Hardin 12-8 in their season opener at home vs. John Hardin on Tuesday night.
    Coach Weston Jones’ team trailed 3-0 early, but put together the rallies as Paige Dabney went the distance as the Campbellsville pitcher.
    Cassie Squires (two singles) and Kailey Morris (single, double) led the Lady Eagle offensive attack with two hits apiece while Masi Wilson and Keena Angel doubled and Dabney singled.