Today's Sports

  • Year three may tell true story...


  • It's all in the family


  • Lights, cameras, NASCAR!


  • VMP softball action

    Campbellsville Baptist Church, in partnership with Taylor County Fiscal Court, is making sure softball action and fellowship remain at Veterans Memorial Park.
    The Church took over operation of the 30+-year-old park three years ago and the numbers have grown greatly with 14 Men’s Church teams playing on Mondays, 10 Coed Church squads on Tuesdays and 11 Industrial units on Thursdays.

  • Keeping golf scores in pencil

    Despite living in a high technology age, something hit me odd while watching John “J.B.” Holmes over the weekend in the Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Conn.
    It seems odd that with all the computers that a player still has to fill out his/her own golf scorecard.
    On PGATour.com, they keep up with the running score, but why is it that once a player wins a tournament, he/she still must go back to the “tent” and fill out his final scorecard to make it official.
    I’m sure it has to be tradition, but some things need to change over the course of time.

  • Thornton competes at Super...


  • All-Fifth Region baseball teams...


    The Coaches’ All-Fifth Region Baseball Team consists of Brett Kearney from Campbellsville on the first team and Taylor County’s Levi Smith and Dustin Bennett on the second team and Cardinals’ Blake Dudgeon, Justin Hazel and Logan Tucker making honorable mention.
    Adair County’s Jared Denton and Brennen Milby and Chavis McDermott made the first team.
    Central Hardin junior Drew Harrington is the Player of the Year while Adair County’s Ryan McQueary was voted Coach of the Year.

  • Local softballers make West All-...


  • 2012 Football results/schedules

    University of Louisville (11-2)
    Sept. 2    Kentucky    32-14
    Sept. 8    Missouri State    35-7
    Sept. 15    North Carolina    39-34
    Sept. 22    @Fla. international    28-21
    Sept. 29    @Southern Miss    21-17
    Oct. 13    @Pittsburgh    45-35

  • Who's returning, who's...

    Two teams made the region and two squads did not and only in 1990 did all four of the local spring ball teams advance to Fifth Region tournament play.
    Campbellsville will be shooting for its sixth straight 20th District baseball crown in 2013, but must do so without double-digit winner Brett Kearney, who also led the Eagles in hitting while also playing shortstop and center field.
    Designated hitter Aylette Cowherd, shortstop-pitcher Lake Wiseman and third baseman Mason Wethington also have been lost to graduation for coach Kirby Smith’s club.