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Today's Sports

  • CMS football Eagles advance to...

     

    Campbellsville Middle School kept its football season alive with a 14-8 triumph over Old Kentucky Home on Saturday to claim the Class A, Division 3, Region 2 championship.
    Arick Groves and Stone Williams each scored touchdowns for the Eagles with Groves also adding a conversion run and an interception.
    Ethan Lay had two interceptions for Campbellsville.
    CMS advances to the Class A state semi-finals on Saturday in Lexington vs. Raceland. Mayfield faces Butler County in the other Final Four clash.

  • Parsons’ ceremony was indeed...

     

    How do you a keep a secret for a month in small town? Ask Campbellsville Mayor Tony
    Young and the Taylor County Tennis Association and community because they seem to know the formula.

  • Lady Eagles take three over Lady...

     

    Campbellsville Middle School swept a girls’ basketball tripleheader from Taylor County on Tuesday night at Campbellsville High School.

  • CU close, but loses 28-23 at...

    A Top 25 upset was Campbellsville University’s for the taking Saturday, but three late Tiger turnovers inside Bulldog territory allowed No. 25 Cumberland University to hold on for a 28-23 win in its second night game in program history.
    Campbellsville posted its most offense of the season with 377 yards, including a career-high 259 yards passing by quarterback Bryan Parnes.
    The Tigers turned the ball over on downs at the Cumberland 9, lost a fumble at the 45 and threw an interception at the 41 on the final three drives of the game.

  • CU hoop Tigers open Monday at WKU

     

  • Cards close out six-win campaign

     

  • CHS captures battle of Eagles 37...

    Campbellsville High School received a total team effort in Friday night’s 37-0 road win at Fort Knox to round out regular-season play.
    The Eagles (4-6 with three straight victories) needed less than 90 seconds to crack the scoring column as sophomore tailback Eric Lamer scampered 39 yards to fire the game’s opening salvo during the light rain and wet conditions.
    The Eagle defense would get in on the action late in the first quarter when Fort Knox mishandled a punt attempt leading to a CHS safety, extending the lead to 8-0.

  • Bright shines in TCHS' 35-...

    Taylor County High stopped a four-game losing skid with a 35-14 road triumph over Barren County on Friday.
    Coach Eric Graves’ team executed his keys to the game almost to perfection.  They set the tempo with a stout defense, scored first to get ahead, had only one turnover and had a balanced offensive attack — 210 yards on the ground and 205 in the air.
    Hunter Christie and Daulton Turpin connected four times on the night for 140 yards and two first-half touchdowns to spot the Cardinals to 14-0 lead.

  • CHS clinches home play-off game

     

  • CU Tigers fall to Georgetown for...