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Today's Sports

  • Tigers earn top seed in MSC...

    A win or a University of Rio Grande loss was all Campbellsville University needed to win the Mid-South Conference baseball regular season Sunday. The Tigers got both to win a MSC season or tournament title for the sixth straight season. It is the fourth time in six years CU has won the regular season.

  • A 'Wise' one joins the...

    It may have taken 32 years for the 661 victories, but it didn’t take nearly that long to gain the love and respect of her former players and the adoring admiration of a Lady Tiger fan base.

    Just when it was thought that a coach who retired three seasons ago had won virtually every honor a women’s basketball coach could possibly win, Donna Wise, Campbellsville University’s all-time winningest coach, was inducted into The Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame.

  • Lady Cards improve to 14-5

    Taylor County eighth-grader Becca Orberson pitched the first three innings and seventh-grader Hannah Howard the final three as the Lady Cardinals no-hit the visiting Campbellsville Lady Eagles 10-0 on Tuesday at Steve Clark Field.

    Third-sacker Kasey Gribbins paced the Taylor County offense with three hits, including the game-ender, and a walk while Chelsea Nicholas, Cheyenne Moran and Courtney Hunt had two apiece.

    Karrie Cave doubled while Mariah Holmes and Karissa Mings each singled.

  • Winners on and off the diamond

    Ran into Larry “Pee Wee” Gumm at the Taylor County-Marion County baseball game on Thursday, where oldest son Jeff guides the Cardinals, and the first thing that came to my mind was the Wednesday passing of another legendary baseball coach — Paintsville’s Charlie Adkins, the father of Campbellsville University men’s basketball coach Keith Adkins.

    Charlie, who played professional baseball in the Cincinnati Reds’ organization, won 805 games in 34 years. Gumm, the Green County icon, won more than 1,000 games.

  • Cards can't surpass Marion...

    Taylor County’s rally came up one run short and the Cardinals fell at home to Marion County 7-6 on Thursday.

    The Cardinals (11-9) grabbed a 2-0 advantage in the bottom of the first inning on singles by Levi Smith and Blake Dudgeon around a Logan Tucker double.

    However, the Knights (9-6) had five hits to take a 5-2 lead in the second frame and added single runs in the fourth and seventh.

  • CHS Eagles stay on top in 20th...

    The Campbellsville High School Eagles captured 20th District road games at Marion County on Tuesday and at Adair County on Friday to improve to 4-0 in district play with two games remaining.

    Taylor Levi tossed a two-hit shut-out at Marion County on Tuesday as the Eagles won 3-0.

    Levi had seven strike-outs and allowed only one walk.

    Aaron Schwoebel and Bradley Bates had two hits for Campbellsville while Levi doubled and Brett Kearney singled.

    The Eagles improved to 10-7 overall with a 16-3 shellacking at Adair County on Thursday.

  • Eagles knock off Cards 11-9

    Hayden Neal’s three-run double in the top of the sixth inning gave Campbellsville the lead for good in the Eagles’ 11-9 baseball victory at Taylor County on Thursday.

    CHS (7-6) took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning on a walk to Brett Kearney and a two-run home run by starting pitcher Aaron Schwoebel.

    However, Taylor County (9-6) took a 3-2 advantage in the bottom of the frame on a single by Levi Smith and doubles by Matthew Johns and Aylette Cowherd.

  • Lady Eagles finish runners-up in...

    No. 20-rated Green County waltzed through the Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All “A” Classic Softball Tournament on Saturday at the Campbellsville Middle School field.

    However, a pair of winless teams tasted victory for the first time this season.

    Bardstown started the six-game, one-day tourney with a 10-9 victory over Fort Knox, giving the Lady Tigers their first season triumph after starting the campaign with 11 consecutive losses.

  • Campbellsville Youth Baseball,...

    Trace Creek Park

    5- and 6-year-olds

    Saturday, April 17

    10:00    Lady Wildcats/Lady Canes

    11:00    Lil Bombers/Purple Aces

    Tuesday, April 20

    6:00    Lady Canes/Lil Bombers

    7:00    Purple Aces/Lady Wildcats

    Tuesday, April 27

    6:00    Purple Aces/Lady Canes

    7:00    Lady Wildcats/Lil Bombers

    Friday, April 30

    6:00    Lady Canes/Lady Wildcats

    7:00    Purple Aces/Lil Bombers

  • Mobleys find their way back home

    The summer of 1971 didn’t seem a whole lot different than any other in Campbellsville. Youngsters would get in as many neighborhood baseball and wiffle ball games as possible and also find time to take winners in outdoor and indoor pick-up (3-on-3 or 5-on-5) basketball games.

    This particular August day, a pair of 6-3 twins — one left-handed and the other right-handed — from the Lexington area made their way onto the court at Powell Athletic Center.