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Today's Sports

  • Seaborne lay-up from Moss pushes...

    Tyler Moss fed Chase Seaborne with a pass for a lay-up with less than five seconds to play to send Taylor County past the visiting Caverna Colonels 55-54 on Tuesday.

    Tevin Webster led TCHS with 25 points (with six rebounds) while Lloyd Stotts added 11 points, Moss seven assists and Seaborne seven rebounds.

    The Cardinals bounced back from a 61-56 overtime loss at Casey County the night before. Taylor County led by seven going to the final eight minutes of regulation but were out-scored 14-7 in the fourth frame and 10-5 in the extra four minutes.

  • Washington defeats Lady Eagles...

    Campbellsville's Lady Eagles kept it close with Washington County before dropping a 52-32 home encounter on Tuesday night.

    The Commanderettes led only 18-14 in the second quarter and 40-31 in the fourth but made it a 20-point win with a 12-1 close-out of the Lady Eagles.

    Brittany Vaught hit three three-pointers to lead Campbellsville with 14 points while Tiffany Slone added eight and Heather Watson six.

  • Lady Tigers spank St. Catharine...

    The Campbellsville University Lady Tigers rolled to a 112-52 triumph vs. the short-handed Lady Patriots of St. Catharine College on Monday night.

    Juniors Melly Heaton (17), Whitney Ballinger (14) and Courtney Danis (10) paced the Lady Tigers as coach Ginger Colvin said all 14 players contributed double-digit minutes and everyone scored as they improved to 21-1 overall and a perfect 6-0 in Mid-South Conference play with Thursday’s home encounter with West Virginia Tech completing the first-half cycle.

  • Tigers flat in home loss to St....

    All-American Nestor Colmenares did not score and the Campbellsville University Tigers could not hit a three down the stretch and fell to visiting St. Catharine College on Monday night,

    The CU men dropped to 16-6 and 4-2 in conference, one play behind MSC-leading Pikeville.

    The Tigers had several chances to tie the game, but could not connect on a three-pointer with Shawn Savage’s last attempt going halfway down before popping out.

  • Lady Cards shoot down Caverna

    The Lady Cardinals of Taylor County nailed 10 treys in improving to 12-9 overall with a 22-point home win over Caverna on Tuesday.

    Mercedes Cox paced Taylor County with 23 points while Alanna Claywell scored 10 off the bench. Senior MeLeigha Pollock returned to the TCHS line-up, after missing 14 games with an injury, to tally eight points, leaving her seven short of the 1,000-point club. Marsha Kessler and Hope Wigginton had a pair of threes each for six points.

    The TCHS girls host Marion County on Friday at 7:30.

  • Halls, Glasgow have CHS'...

    Campbellsville trailed by 15 points with 4:17 left in the game but fought back to within four, only to fall to Glasgow 65-59 in the opening game of the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic State Tournament on Thursday morning in Richmond.

    “We didn’t take advantage early and we knew how good Cameron Hall was,” Eagle coach Tim Davis admitted. “We wanted to hold him in the 20s and stop everybody else.”

    The Campbellsville University-bound Hall finished with 34 points, including a perfect 17-17 at the charity stripe.

  • Lady Tigers swipe road win at No...

    For the past four seasons, the University of the Cumberlands has had the Lady Tigers’ number.

    Over that span, Campbellsville is 1-9 against the team from Williamsburg and hasn’t beaten the Lady Patriots on their home floor since the MSC Championship of 2004.

    But the numbers changed for CU Thursday night as the Lady Tigers found a number — a small one — and turned back Cumberlands in overtime 68-65 in the NAIA Game of the Week. The win gives the Lady Tigers a one-game lead in the MSC standings.

  • CU Tigers steal conference win...

    When it comes to Mid-South Conference play, T.J. Bishop is milking his senior season for all it’s worth. The Boynton Beach, Fla. native scored eight of Campbellsville University’s last 12 points to steal a road victory at University of the Cumberlands 65-61 Thursday night.

    The win is only the third at the Rollins Center in Williamsburg in the Keith Adkins era. It also keeps the No. 9 Tigers atop the Mid-South Conference, now only a two-way tie with Pikeville College after St. Catharine knocked off No. 18 Georgetown in overtime.

  • Eagles hope to stop three-game...

    The opening boys’ game of the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic State Tournament this morning at 9 will pit a pair of foes quite familiar with each other.

    Campbellsville (16-2) and Glasgow (14-4) have met three times in the last 14 months with the Scotties coming out on top on the three previous occasions.

  • Adair overtakes Lady Cards 62-59

    Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals fought back from a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit to take the lead over Adair County before falling 62-59 on Tuesday night.

    The Lady Cardinals trailed 55-43 with 5:41 remaining in the contest when McKenzie Martin tallied for the visitors.

    Hope Wigginton’s left-wing three-pointer, a Mercedes Cox base-line jumper and Wigginton’s right-wing three made it 55-51.