Today's Sports

  • Cards square record at 3-3


  • Eagles fail in fourth to...

    Campbellsville trailed by only four points going to the fourth quarter, but coach Tim Davis’ club committed several consecutive turnovers and lost at home 54-49 to Meade County.
    Zach Durham led the Eagles with 10 points, including a 50-foot shot to end the first half, while Bradley Bates had nine and Damontez Smith seven. Austin Hash was the top CHS rebounder with 10 caroms.
    Senior Bryce Garris led all scores with 21 points for the Green Wave (3-2), who won their third straight game.

  • Cox, Keltner lead Lady Indians...

    A pair of recent college signees spearheaded an Adair County Lady Indians’ 60-23 rout at Taylor County on Friday night.
    Mercedes Cox, who inked with Bellarmine University, and Katie Keltner, who is headed for Lindsey Wilson College, combined for 30 of the first 37 points as the Lady Indians led 39-8 at the intermission when the Lady Cardinals failed to score in the second quarter.
    A continuous clock began with 4:49 in the third period when Alex Keltner converted a three-point play.

  • Cardinals bounce back to upend...


  • Eagles use strong third quarter...


  • Lady Eagles score first 15, hold...


  • First week of high school hoops

    The high school basketball season began on Tuesday with Taylor County playing a girl/boy doubleheader and the Campbellville girls' squad hosting Caverna.

    Cards need OT to edge Washington 50-47

  • CU tastes first season defeat


    Lindsey Wilson College’s men’s squad tallied 18 of the final 27 points to pin the first loss on Keith Adkins' Campbellsville University Tigers 65-56.
    Kalen Kimberland and Wesley Hanspard each had 19-point games for the Blue Raiders while Jordan Myers’ 15 was tops for CU, who played without leading scorer Justin Ennis, who sat out the first tilt of a two-game suspension for fighting vs. UVA-Wise.

  • Lady Tigers start MSC slate at 3...

    The Lady Tigers of Campbellsville University connected on 11 three-point baskets, six in the game’s first eight minutes, to roll past Lindsey Wilson College 89-49 on Tuesday night in Mid-South Conference basketball action.
    Courtney Clifton led CU with six treys and 28 points while Mackenzie Lee had four threes and 16 points, Chelsea Craig 14 points and Katie Allen nine assists. Ashley Rainey paced LWC with 18 points and 12 boards.

  • Tigers close football season...

    Chris Megginson
    CU Sports Information

    For the fifth consecutive year, Campbellsville University Fighting Tiger football closed its regular season with a victory.
    CU extended its win streak against first-year football programs as it went on the road to defeat Bluefield (Va.) College 23-14 across the state line at Mitchell Field in West Virginia.
    “I’m very proud of our guys. I’m proud of the way they played today and battled, and the way these guys battled all year,” CU coach Perry Thomas said.