Today's Sports

  • Ballinger begins new career


  • Lady Tigers slide in MSC...

    Georgetown College (30-12, 16-4) swept Campbellsville University (32-18, 14-7) softball in convincing fashion Tuesday afternoon, 6-0, 5-1.
    Jordan Cornett singled in the first and Courtney Turpin singled in the second for CU’s only hits in the first game.
    CU led 1-0 in the second game when Heather Oakley hit her eighth homer of the season. But Campbellsville was relegated to only three more hits  — Bailey Dillender, Brooke Boils and Kristin Benton.

  • CU baseball sweeps Cumberlands

    The baseball Tigers swept their Mid-South Conference three-game series with Cumberlands over the weekend and downed Cumberland (Tenn.) on Tuesday.
    After a 13-3 romp on Friday (behind Chance Kopacz’ four-RBI game), Ryan Richardson and Michael McBride hurled shutouts on Saturday.
    Rusty Devitt improved to 3-0 as CU upended Cumberland (Tenn.) 9-2.
    CU travels to Rio Grande this weekend.

  • Eagles upend Marion in district...

    Campbellsville High School began 20th District baseball play on Tuesday with a 5-3 win at Marion County.
    The Eagles struck for four in the second and added an insurance run in the sixth.
    Brett Kearney went the distance for CHS with had two runs batted in as did Bradley Bates.
    The Eagles shut out Green County 12-0 in the Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All “A” Classic on Friday in Greensburg before falling to Washington County 8-4 in the championship tilt on Saturday.

  • Cards open district wtih 4-2...


  • Campbellsville Youth Baseball...

    Major League (field sponsored by: Taylor County Bank)
    Saturday, April 14
    10:00    Rockies-Astros
    12:00    Twins-Yankees
    2:00    Padres-Giants
    4:00    Red Sox-White Sox
    Monday, April 16
    5:30    Red Sox-Yankees
    7:30    White Sox-Twins
    Tuesday, April 17
    5:30    Rockies-Padres
    7:30    Astros-Giants
    Thursday, April 19

  • Trace Creek Park girls'...

    5-6-year-old rosters
    Audience 1

    Abigayle Lee
    Brianna Dobson
    Callie Taylor
    Haley England
    Hayley Etherington
    Jayden McCubbin
    Kaitlyn Brooke Lackey
    Makenzie Grimes
    Marissa Carpenter
    Molly Hughes
    Riley Cox
    Lil Wildcats
    Alexis Knifley
    Keira Jade Atkinson
    Emily Clark
    Darlene Ferguson
    Ellington Gowen
    Hidey Ingram
    Jenna Bottoms
    Ashlee Kirkland
    Lily Dudgeon
    Haley Grace Mann

  • Nine-run sixth propels Lady...


  • Early-season track action


  • Cats' eighth title keeps...

    The University of Kentucky’s eighth NCAA men’s basketball championship over Kansas on Monday night in New Orleans means the Wildcats will still be mentioned among the other elite programs in several major sports.
    Kentucky’s eight titles is second only to UCLA’s 11 in men’s collegiate Division 1 basketball and ties the University of Tennessee Lady Vols on the women’s hoop scene.