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  • CHS rebounds with pair of road...

    The Eagles of Campbellsville made it two straight with road victories at Metcalfe County on Saturday and another win at Burgin on Tuesday.
    CHS, rebounding from a district setback at Adair County a day earlier, conquered the Hornets 66-43 on Saturday as junior A.J. Vaught paced the Eagles with team-high numbers of 18 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and three steals.
    Campbellsville scored 24 points out of the gate in Edmonton and concluded with 16 and 18 third and fourth frames.

  • Lady Eagles chalk up No. 9


  • Lady Cards divide close decisions


  • TCHS uses late free throws to...

    Taylor County made it 22 victories in 26 outings with a 74-66 victory over Lincoln County in the Jock Sutherland Classic at Lafayette on Friday night.
    After trailing by eight (20-12) at the first-quarter stop, the Cardinals stayed in front for most of the fourth period until the Patriots cut it to two (68-66).
    However, TCHS hit six straight free throws for the final margin. The Cardinals were led by Brandon Berry’s 25 points while Quentin Goodin added 16 (11-12 free throws), Cam Morgeson 14 and David Sloan 11.

  • Feb. 12-March 11 games

    Thursday, Feb. 12
    HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL — Washington County at Campbellsville (7:30).
    HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL — Washington County at Campbellsville (6:00).
    UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S & MEN’S BASKETBALL — Campbellsville at Pikeville (6/8).
    Friday, Feb. 13
    HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL — Bethlehem at Campbellsville (7:30), LaRue County at Taylor County (7:30).

  • Taylor Co. pulls away in second...


  • CU takes pair from Lindsey


  • Three-point second dooms Eagles

    Campbellsville’s seasonal bugaboo continued as the Eagles could not overcome a three-point second quarter and dropped a 59-48 crucial district decision at Adair County on Friday night.
    The Eagles (10-13) needed the victory to avoid Fifth Region favorite Taylor County in the first round of the 20th District Tournament in two weeks in Paul J. Coop Gymnasium.
    However, after starting with a 16-12 deficit in the first frame, coach Tim Davis’ club trailed 29-15 at half-time due to the Indians’ 13-3 second frame.

  • Lady Cards fail to score in OT...


    Taylor County ended regulation on a 19-7 run, but did not score in overtime to fall at Marion County 47-38 on Friday night.
    The Lady Cardinals (10-14) trailed 31-19 midway in the third quarter, but used four Sarah Botkin free throws to ignite the comeback.
    Rachel Shoemaker, who finished with 21, tallied 11 of TCHS’ 12 fourth-period points and knotted the game at 51.4 and 26.3 in regulation.
    Marion County hit seven of eight free throws in overtime.