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Today's Sports

  • CU hoop teams take two at home

     

  • Weekend- through Tuesday-night...

    Lady Eagles finish 2-1 in All “A” Shoot-out
    After winning on Friday night, the Lady Eagles of Campbellsville High School defeated Whitesville Trinity 60-33 on Saturday morning  before losing to Cumberland County 51-40 on Saturday afternoon in their All “A” Shoot-out in Paul J. Coop Gymnasium.

  • Ballinger makes big decision,...

     

    First-year Taylor County Lady Cardinals’ head coach Whitney Ballinger won a doubleheader recently.
    After getting engaged to Clay Hooper over the weekend, Ballinger guided her Lady Cards’ hoop team to its first win of the season — a 45-24 home triumph over Fort Knox.
    The Lady Cards raced out to a 12-2 first-quarter lead as Haley Wright scored five during the stretch and Kassie Miller added four.
    Miller led Taylor County with a 10-point game while Wright added eight and reserve Kaylee Pogue six.

  • Bates hits 19 free throws at...

     

    Bradley Bates hit 19 of 27 free throws and finished with 31 points as Campbellsville picked up its third win of the season 70-61 on Saturday afternoon in Monticello.
    Bates, who was also 6-8 from the field, was aided by Tony Barrera and A.J. Vaught, who had eight points apiece, while Damontez Smith scored six. Nine of the 10 Eagles to play reached the scoring column.

  • Lady Dragons score first 10,...

    Green County’s Lady Dragons scored the first 10 points en route to a 57-20 home win over Taylor County on Friday night.
    Reagan Pollock’s lay-up with 54.8 seconds left in the opening frame put the Lady Cardinals on the scoreboard.
    Green County (4-2) increased its lead to 26-7 at the half and held a 44-13 advantage going to the final eight minutes with a continuous clock.
    Senior Rachel Marr and junior Kayla Bale led a balanced Lady Dragon attack with 11 points apiece while sophomore Hannah Givens had nine points off the GCHS bench.

  • Marion trio combines for 46...

    Big scoring nights from Anthony Mattingly (20 points), Latrelle Irvin (14) and Anton Cowherd (12) pushed Marion County past visiting Campbellsville 78-63 on Friday night.
    Senior Bradley Bates led the Eagles with 16 points, including 12-18 from the free-throw line, while freshman Austin Hash had nine points and collected 12 rebounds and sophomore Derrick Caldwell grabbed 11 boards.
    Irvin also had nine rebounds and Cowherd eight caroms for the Knights.

  • Watson's four-trey night...

     

  • Cards square record at 3-3

     

  • Eagles fail in fourth to...

    Campbellsville trailed by only four points going to the fourth quarter, but coach Tim Davis’ club committed several consecutive turnovers and lost at home 54-49 to Meade County.
    Zach Durham led the Eagles with 10 points, including a 50-foot shot to end the first half, while Bradley Bates had nine and Damontez Smith seven. Austin Hash was the top CHS rebounder with 10 caroms.
    Senior Bryce Garris led all scores with 21 points for the Green Wave (3-2), who won their third straight game.

  • Cox, Keltner lead Lady Indians...

    A pair of recent college signees spearheaded an Adair County Lady Indians’ 60-23 rout at Taylor County on Friday night.
    Mercedes Cox, who inked with Bellarmine University, and Katie Keltner, who is headed for Lindsey Wilson College, combined for 30 of the first 37 points as the Lady Indians led 39-8 at the intermission when the Lady Cardinals failed to score in the second quarter.
    A continuous clock began with 4:49 in the third period when Alex Keltner converted a three-point play.