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Today's Sports

  • Arvin takes football reins at...

    Lost in all the hoop talk in this basketball-crazy area and state comes the news that former Campbellsville High School football and baseball player David Arvin is the new head football coach at Grant County.
    Arvin, who was an assistant this past season at Washington County, previously was a coach at Lassiter in Marietta, Ga. and at Christian County in Kentucky.

  • WBCA honors Wise at Women's...

     

  • Area sports calendar for November

    Eagle Jamboree, sponsored by the CHS Boys’ Basketball Booster Club Nov. 25-26
    Friday, Nov. 25
    3:00    Berea vs. Logan County
    4:00    Adair County vs. Logan County
    5:00    Adair County vs. Berea
    6:30    Waynesville (Ohio) vs. Green County
    7:30    Green County vs. Cumberland County
    8:30    Waynesville (Ohio) vs. Cumberland County
    Saturday, Nov. 26

  • Area sports calendar for November

    Eagle Jamboree, sponsored by the CHS Boys’ Basketball Booster Club Nov. 25-26
    Friday, Nov. 25
    3:00    Berea vs. Logan County
    4:00    Adair County vs. Logan County
    5:00    Adair County vs. Berea
    6:30    Waynesville (Ohio) vs. Green County
    7:30    Green County vs. Cumberland County
    8:30    Waynesville (Ohio) vs. Cumberland County
    Saturday, Nov. 26

  • Upcoming local games

    Thursday, April 28
    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL —  Adair County at Campbellsville (5:30) and Taylor County at Marion County (5:30).
    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Bethlehem at Campbellsville (6:00) and Nelson County at Taylor County (5:30).


    Friday, April 29
    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL —  Danville at Campbellsville (5:30) and Glasgow at Campbellsville (7:15).
    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Campbellsville at Caverna (6:00) and Green County at Taylor County (5:30).

  • Lady Tigers give LWC too many...

    Campbellsville University gave No. 19 Lindsey Wilson a few too many chance on Thursday and the Lady Blue Raiders pulled off a softball sweep 4-3, 2-0.
    Lindsey Wilson (27-4 and 8-0 in the Mid-South Conference) used home runs from Ally Goniea and Kaylee Garrett in game one and a shutout pitching performance from Morgan Paschall in game two to sweep CU (15-20, 7-5).

  • Lady Cards down North in opener

    Taylor County’s Lady Cardinal softball squad won its opener 4-3 at home vs. North Hardin on March 21 in 11 innings. However, the Lady Cards fell at Pulaski County, dropped three games in the TSOA Tournament in Brandenburg and lost to LaRue County 13-12 on Tuesday for a 1-5 start.
    After nine scoreless innings vs. North Hardin, Taylor County tied the game at 1-1 in the bottom of the 10th on singles by Becca Orberson and Cheyenne Moran.

  • Cox expected to start at Palm...

    According to Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “St. Louis Cardinals’ No. 1 prospect Shelby Miller, a right-handed pitcher; and No. 2 prospect, third baseman Zack Cox, have been assigned to the High-A Palm Beach club” in the Florida State League.
    The “assignments make sense: Miller moves up a level and  Cox gets his first full season ball experience in Palm Beach.” The Palm Beach Cardinals open their season on Thursday at St. Lucie.

  • Lady Eagles notch first softball...

    Campbellsville High School’s Lady Eagles picked up victory No. 1 on the softball diamond on Tuesday night with an 8-4 road win at Monroe County.
    The Lady Eagles took a 1-0 lead in the first when Tiffany Slone walked, stole second base and came in on Jessie Cash’s double.
    CHS went ahead 3-0 in the second when Melanie Brockman walked, Mary Brower singled and Brenna Wethington reached on an error before Destiny Wilson reached on a fielder’s choice and Slone and Hannah Taylor walked.

  • CU baseball, softball teams...

    Tigers take three at Cumberlands
    Big innings were the key for the Tigers Saturday as Campbellsville University swept a Mid-South Conference doubleheader at the University of the Cumberlands, 15-2 and 10-2.
    In game one, the Tigers scored four runs in each the second and third innings and pushed across seven in the fifth inning. CU broke open the second game with a six-run fifth inning.