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Today's Sports

  • Dooley named CHS' head...

    Campbellsville High School only needed to go down the hallway to find its new head girls’ basketball coach.
    The Eagles tabbed Richard Dooley as the 11th head coach in girls’ hoop history as a replacement for Cameron Jackson, who announced a week earlier that he was taking the boys’ head coaching position at Berea High School.

  • CHS whips Washington 7-3

    Campbellsville High School knocked off Washington County 7-3 in the last first-round game in the Fifth Region Baseball Tournament on Monday night in Elizabethtown.
    The Commanders (18-19), who entered the game 15-3 vs. region foes and 3-15 outside the region, struck with two runs in the top of the first inning.
    Three of the first four Washington County batters got hits with Tyler Coulter’s double scoring lead-off batter Thomas Spalding and Trae Abell’s single plating Coulter.

  • Lady Dragons blank Lady Cards 3-0

    Taylor County High School’s Lady Cardinals stranded nine runners and were shut out by Green County 3-0 in the opening tilt of the Fifth Region Softball Tournament on Monday in Lebanon.
    The Lady Cardinals (28-10) started the noon game with a walk by Cheyenne Moran, who was sacrificed to second by Courtney Hunt. With two outs, Shelby Carney singled, but the hit was sandwiched between a pair of strike-outs by GCHS senior pitcher Summer Rattliff.

  • Eagles wear fifth straight...

     

  • Marion edges Lady Cards in...

     

  • 2012 Fifth Region Tournament...

    Fifth Region Baseball Tournament
    At Elizabethtown
    Monday, May 28

    LaRue County 3, Elizabethtown 1
    Adair County 5, Bethlehem 1
    Central Hardin 8, Green County 2
    Campbellsville 7, Washington County 3
    Wednesday, May 30
    LaRue County 11, Adair County 1
    Central Hardin 4, Campbellsville 1
    Saturday, June 2
    Central Hardin 4, LaRue County 2

  • Lady Cards advance past Adair

     

  • Eagles upend Cards in district...

     

  • Hiring of hoop coach can be...

    Some folks think I remember too much. I’m known as the possessor of “useless information.” But, then again sometimes it comes in handy.
    When the name Jeff Kidder came up as a possible successor to Troy Young as Taylor County High School head boys’ basketball coach, the information churn began to flow.

  • New alignment could affect Fifth...

    Although nothing is official, there almost certainly be realignment in Kentucky high school basketball before the 2013-14 season.
    Movement has to take place since Heath, Lone Oak and Reidland will merge into McCracken County in 2013, leaving only two teams in that district and only 14 in the First Region. The Second and Third Regions are already one school short of the really-needed 16 to have four four-team districts.
    Here’s one solution, but don’t even believe the new realignment will even look close to this.