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Today's Sports

  • Spring sports action

    Lady Cardinals divide games against 18th District softball foes
    Taylor County defeated LaRue County 7-5 on April 26 as Hannah Howard went the first 5 2/3 innings and Karissa Mings recorded the final four outs.
    Haley Franklin’s three-run homer was huge for the Lady Cardinals.
    Last Thursday, Taylor County (21-8) dropped a 2-0 decision at Green County as Kasey Estes struck out 13 for the Lady Dragons while allowing only two hits — a single by Franklin and a double to Hannah Milby.

  • Spring sports action

    Lady Cardinals divide games against 18th District softball foes
    Taylor County defeated LaRue County 7-5 on April 26 as Hannah Howard went the first 5 2/3 innings and Karissa Mings recorded the final four outs.
    Haley Franklin’s three-run homer was huge for the Lady Cardinals.
    Last Thursday, Taylor County (21-8) dropped a 2-0 decision at Green County as Kasey Estes struck out 13 for the Lady Dragons while allowing only two hits — a single by Franklin and a double to Hannah Milby.

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  • Mings-powered Lady Cards crush...

     

    Karissa Mings slugged a pair of three-run homers and Becca Orberson tossed a three-inning shut-out as Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals downed Campbellsville 15-0 in high school softball on Tuesday at Clark Field.

    20th District final softball standings
    Marion County    5-1
    Taylor County    4-2
    Adair County    3-3
    Campbellsville    0-6

  • Cards lead district race at half...

     

  • First sighting of Ballinger left...

    Sports editors aren’t the best judge of athletic talent. But, the old saying “a blind squirrel will find a nut ever once in a while” holds true in at least this one case.
    It was December of 2005 when I traveled to Russell County to watch Taylor County play Marion County in a holiday tournament basketball game.
    The game before that pitted Glasgow vs. Carroll County. I found a little interest in that game since the Carroll County coach, Randy Mefford, had played basketball and golf at Campbellsville College.

  • Ballinger begins new career

     

  • Lady Tigers slide in MSC...

    Georgetown College (30-12, 16-4) swept Campbellsville University (32-18, 14-7) softball in convincing fashion Tuesday afternoon, 6-0, 5-1.
    Jordan Cornett singled in the first and Courtney Turpin singled in the second for CU’s only hits in the first game.
    CU led 1-0 in the second game when Heather Oakley hit her eighth homer of the season. But Campbellsville was relegated to only three more hits  — Bailey Dillender, Brooke Boils and Kristin Benton.

  • CU baseball sweeps Cumberlands

    The baseball Tigers swept their Mid-South Conference three-game series with Cumberlands over the weekend and downed Cumberland (Tenn.) on Tuesday.
    After a 13-3 romp on Friday (behind Chance Kopacz’ four-RBI game), Ryan Richardson and Michael McBride hurled shutouts on Saturday.
    Rusty Devitt improved to 3-0 as CU upended Cumberland (Tenn.) 9-2.
    CU travels to Rio Grande this weekend.