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Today's Sports

  • Forcht Bank Bowl doubles in size

    Four high school football games in a 24-hour period will highlight the 2011 Forcht Bank Bowl to be played Friday and Saturday nights at Finley Stadium on the campus of Campbellsville University.
    “We are pleased to host the games of the Forcht Bank Bowl this year,” said CU Director of Athletics Rusty Hollingsworth. “Campbellsville High School has done a fantastic job of selecting the teams and we look forward to watching great high school football. It promises to be a fun atmosphere with several area teams participating.”

  • Football kicks off Friday in the...

    The third annual Forcht Bank Bowl will spotlight six area teams while Taylor County begins the coach Eric Graves Era at McCreary Central on Friday night.
    The Cardinals will build their 2011 squad around seniors Blake Dudgeon, Lucas Bradshaw, Cody Newton and Hunter Pelly and juniors Jason Reynolds and Austin Harris.
    Junior Daulton Turpin, the son of former TCHS head coach Rodney Turpin and the younger brother of 2009 stand-out signalcaller Lance Turpin, will take the quarterback reins after playing wide receiver as a freshman and sophomore.

  • Schwoebel, Cox swinging hot...

    A pair of players with local connections are on hot streaks during summer baseball action.
    * Campbellsville High School graduate and Campbellsville University sophomore-to-be left-fielder Aaron Schwoebel was hitting .375 in his first 50 at-bats for the Horn Frogs in the Arizona Collegiate Wood Bat League.
    As of games on July 25, the left-handed hitting Schwoebel had 14 runs, nine RBI and eight walks.
    * St. Louis Cardinal AA third-baseman Zack Cox has seen his average improve from .211 to .292 over the last 25 games for Springfield (Mo.).

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  • Little League 9-10 State...

    Little League
    9-10-year-old State Tourney
    At Lebanon
    Saturday, July 16

    Knox County 3, North Oldham 2
    Adair County 7, East Daviess 6
    Ashland American def. Paintsville
    Campbellsville 8, Richmond American 5
    Sunday, July 17
    North Oldham def. Paintsville
    Campbellsville 10, Adair County 3
    Knox County def. Ashland American
    East Daviess 6, Richmond American 0

    Pool records

  • 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.)

  • Kearneys, L.L. baseball go hand...