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Today's Sports

  • Holes-in-one for Brown and...

    A pair of life-long Taylor Countians scored holes-in-one last month — one at home and one on the road.
    Tommie Brown picked up his third career ace while playing No. 18 at Campbellsville Country Club on June 6.
    Brown, who used a 9-iron, was playing with Buck Roberts and Fred Waddle. (Brown spent much of last week watching his three grandsons play in a 13-14-year-old baseball tournament in Georgetown and was headed to Prestonsburg for more action over the weekend.)

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  • Post 82 advances to Fourth...

     

  • Little League 10s advance to...

     

  • Sharpe makes it six straight in...

     

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  • Who wins this all-star game?

    My first Major League Baseball game on television or in person seems like yesterday.
    I believe I watched my first game during the 1962 season, Nellie Fox stands out, before my sixth birthday and I do remember watching the 1963 World Series with the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees.
    The first games I was ever fortunate enough to watch in person were in 1969 and 1970 when M.B. and Alma Gaskins and their son, Frank, took me to historic Crosley Field to watch the Cincinnati Reds.

  • Despain dominates Lake...

    Campbellsville’s Elliott Despain picked up his second feature event victory of 2011 in dominating fashion by scoring the win in the modified feature at Lake Cumberland Speedway in Burnside on Saturday.
    Feature results: Elliott Despain, Keith Denny, Steve Beck, Jared Reams, Tommy Hargis, Virgil Parriman, Kevin Hess, Jim Preston, Lester Decker, Ben Petrey, Mikah Reams, Gary Thompson, Jeff Rawlings, Jeff Hamby, Tim Patrick, Travis Preston, Stacy Decker, Alan Slater.

  • Tungate claims NASRA 3K at...

    Tim Tungate of Campbellsville claimed his biggest win of the 2011 race season by picking up the $3,000-to-win National All Star Racing Association event on Friday at Clinton County Speedway in Alpha.
    Other local racers that competed in the A-Main event include Jeff Watson (finished sixth), Johnny Wheeler (eighth) and Justin Rattliff (24th).

  • Little League 11-12s go 2-2 in...

     

    Campbellsville’s 11-12-year-old squad was won two and lost two at the Little League District 5 Tournament at Marion County.
    Campbellsville, coached by Adam Bottoms, scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to down South Hardin 13-12 on Saturday.
    On Sunday, the local contingent fell to Washington County, who drew a first-round bye, 6-5 in nine innings.
    Campbellsville bounced back to upend Marion County 7-3 on Monday before being eliminated by Russell County 6-2 on Tuesday night.