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Today's Sports

  • Tigers trounced 70-28 at Belhaven

    Records were set on both offense and defense, but the moments of flash were few and far between for the Campbellsville University Fighting Tigers on Saturday in a 70-28 Mid-South Conference West Division loss at Belhaven.
    “We got beat by a team that was much better than us,” CU head coach Perry Thomas said. “Obviously, we made some mistakes that contributed to it, but not that many.

  • Riggs, Rafferty 1-2 at boys...

     

  • Eagles taste victory

     

  • TCMS takes two of three from CMS

     

    Taylor County Middle School won the sixth- and eight-grade games while Campbellsville took the seventh-grade tilt in girls' basketball action on Thursday night.

  • Boyle breaks Taylor's streak

    Taylor County found out early Friday that perennial 4A-power Boyle County, despite three losses in its first five games, still packs a potent punch.
    The Rebels (3-3, 1-0) accumulated 535 total yards to just 139 for the Cardinals and posted a 53-0 home-field win.
    The Cardinal defense held the Rebels in check early, giving up only a three-yard QB Casey Whittle touchdown through the first quarter and forcing two Boyle County punts.

  • Lady Cards sweep Lady Eagles

    Taylor County won all three sets to defeat visiting Campbellsville 25-13, 25-19, 25-14 in high school volleyball on Tuesday night.

    The Lady Cardinals also won two hotly-contested junior varsity encounters.

    Campbellsville hosts Adair County on Thursday while Taylor County will travel to Thomas Nelson.

  • Cards one of five unbeaten 4A...

     

  • Friday night football foes

    Paris at Campbellsville (Friday at 7:30)
    The Greyhounds (3-1) own wins over Jackson County, Paintsville and Trimble County by a combined 121-34 before falling last week at home to Nicholas County (57-20).
    Freshman James Clark (No. 3) and senior Marcus Champs (No. 4) have rushed for 330 and 233 yards, respectively, while senior Nathaniel Stevens (No. 5) has passed for 334 yards and five touchdowns.
    Campbellsville leads the overall series 2-1 after last year’s 32-0 win in Paris.

  • Heartland golf titles go to TC...

     

  • Five early scores push Green...

     

    Green County rolled to a 28-0 half-time cushion and led 34-0 before Campbellsville scored en route to a 58-28 Cow Bowl triumph at Campbellsville University on Thursday night.
    The Dragon trifecta of Evan Jaggers, Elliott Taylor and Weston McDermott accounted for 48 of the GCHS points while Josh Roe had two Eagle scores and Hayden Webb and Kendon Young one apiece.
    Campbellsville plays its last pre-district game when the Eagles host Paris on Friday.