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Today's Sports

  • NAIA Division 1 Women's...

    The City of Frankfort has been selected as the site of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships for the next three years, the NAIA announced on Monday.
    The 32-team national tournament — which will be co-hosted by the City of Frankfort and the Mid-South Conference — will be held March 14-20, 2012, at the Frankfort Convention Center. The tournament will return to downtown Frankfort from March 13-19, 2013 and from March 19-25, 2014.

  • Dragons hold off Eagles

     

  • Tiger teams have good week

    Lady Tigers even Mid-South Conference  mark at 3-3 with softball sweep at Tech
    Campbellsville earned its first sweep of the season on Tuesday as the Lady Tigers evened their conference mark at 3-3 with 12-4 and 3-2 wins at West Virginia Tech.
    Coach Shannon Wathen got her best production of the year from her freshman. Courtney Turpin and Taylor Wroe combined for the first-game win while Martina Riney went the distance in the second game, recording the third out in the bottom of the seventh (a strike out) with the bases loaded.

  • Week one spring sports highlights

    TC’s Webster, Jefferson, Gilbert, CHS’ Feltner,
    Washington, relay team earn firsts at GC all-comers

    Taylor County senior Tevin Webster won the 400-meter dash, high jump, long jump and triple jump at the Green County All-Comers track meet on Thursday.
    Webster’s four firsts enabled Taylor County to finish third behind Green County and Central Hardin in the six-team field.

  • Ballinger named NAIA Co-Player...

     

  • Watson tooted boys' state...

    Campbellsville native Jeff Watson was one of the three officials during Christian County’s double-overtime win over Bullitt East in the KHSAA Boys’ State Championship game on Saturday night in Lexington’s Rupp Arena.
    Watson, who also is a successful dirt-track stock car driver, officiated two first-round games and sat at the table for a quarterfinal clash before working the finals.

  • Watson tooted boys' state...

    Campbellsville native Jeff Watson was one of the three officials during Christian County’s double-overtime win over Bullitt East in the KHSAA Boys’ State Championship game on Saturday night in Lexington’s Rupp Arena.
    Watson, who also is a successful dirt-track stock car driver, officiated two first-round games and sat at the table for a quarterfinal clash before working the finals.

  • Freed-Hardeman ends Lady Tiger...

     

  • Lady Cards roll into state...

     

  • Disastrous start ends CU Tigers...