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Today's Sports

  • Summer camps schedule

    Audience Sports Soccer Camp June 7-9

    Audience 1 Sports will be hosting a soccer camp for children ages 5- to 7-years old on Monday-Wednesday, June 7-9 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

    The camp will focus on players understanding the proper fundamentals essential to playing the game. Small-sided games will be used to reinforce what is learned throughout camp.

    This will be a great way for a child to polish those rusty skills and get ready for the fall soccer season.

    The cost of camp is $40 ($35 if paid by May 30). You may register on-line at www.audience1sports.com.

  • CU loses title tilt to Cumberland

    Beauford Sanders’ milestone 20th season ended with 42 wins and a near trip to the NAIA World Series.

    For 6 2/3 innings in the NAIA National Championship Bracket, Campbellsville University sophomore pitcher Rusty Devitt was perfect against Cumberland University. Unfortunately for the Tigers, Devitt’s 12-strikeout, three-hit performance was out-matched by Cumberland University’s Aaron Wilkerson, who fanned a 2010 Tournament record 17 batters in a 3-0 Tiger loss on Friday in Joliet, Ill.

  • Eagles conclude rough stretch...

    The Campbellsville High School baseball Eagles bounced back from losses to the No. 3-, No. 9- and No. 25-rated teams in the state to down North Hardin 16-6 on the road Wednesday.

    The Eagles started their tough road stretch by being blanked by Louisville Eastern 9-0 on Friday.

    Brett Kearney, Bryton Taylor and Lake Wiseman singled for the only CHS hits.

    Lexington Tates Creek edged the Eagles 8-7 on Saturday with Taylor and Wiseman having two hits apiece with Taylor scoring two runs and knocking in two more.

  • Eagles 16-10 with eight wins in...

    Despite ending the week with a loss and starting it with another setback, Campbellsville High edged Washington County 3-2 for their eighth win in the last 11 outings.

    Ben Janes went the first 5 1/3 innings on the mound and Taylor Levi got the final five outs with four strike-outs.

    Janes also had two hits for the Eagles while Stealth Townley had a double and two run batted in and Aaron Schwoebel, Levi Murray and Lake Wiseman all had singles.

  • Baseball Tigers make national...

    Campbellsville University learned early Friday evening that it will play its first-round games of the 2010 NAIA Baseball National Tournament in Joliet, Ill., located 40 miles southwest of Chicago.

    The Tigers will be the No. 2 seed in the five-team tournament and will face host team, No. 3 University of Saint Francis (Ill.) in the first round on Tuesday at 4 p.m. (ET). Cumberland University (Tenn.), ranked No. 2 nationally, will be the No. 1 seed and host the winner of the tournament's opening game between No. 4 Robert Morris (Ill.) and No. 5. Mayville State (N.D.).

  • Cards snap three-game skid with...

    After losing a pair of one-run games and one on a three-run homer in the bottom of the seventh, Taylor County’s baseball Cardinals reeled off three consecutive home triumphs.

    Green County freshman Brennen Milby no-hit the Cardinals on May 4 despite strong pitching performances by Dustin Bennett (three innings) and Matthew Johns (four strike-outs in three frames).

    A day later, LaRue County edged Taylor County 2-1 in nine innings.

    Johns had three hits for the Cardinals while Bennett and Levi Smith had two apiece.

  • Lady Eagles capture fourth win...

    Kelsey Feltner had three hits while Destiny Wilson, Tiffany Slone and Karissa Atkinson had two safeties each and senior Ashley Kessinger pitched a complete game as Campbellsville High School Lady Eagles bested Bardstown 10-7 on Tuesday.

    Bardstown led 3-1 going to the bottom of the third with Feltner’s inside-the park homer being the lone CHS run.

    However, the Lady Eagles responded with three runs in the third, four more in the fourth and finished with single runs in the fifth and sixth.

  • Family before football this time...

    Campbellsville High School will be looking for another head football coach after the recent resignation of Jason Chappell.

    Chappell, who guided the Eagles to a 7-5 worksheet during his one year at the CHS helm, will accept an assistant coaching position at Middlesboro/Bell County area. (He and his wife Leigh Ann are members of a church in Middlesboro, which is Leigh Ann’s hometown.)

  • Upcoming games on the local scene

    Thursday, May 13

    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Danville at Taylor County (7:00).

    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Taylor County at Meade County (6:00).

    Friday, May 14

    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Campbellsville at Eastern (6:00) and Taylor County at Casey County (5:30).

    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Campbellsville at Russell County (6:00).

    Saturday, May 15

  • Lady Dragons, Marion boys first...

    Green County used the senior power of Raegan Deaton and Summer Sebastian to capture the girls’ title at the Heartland Athletic Conference Track Meet on Tuesday at Taylor County High School.

    Deaton won the 800- and 1,600-meter runs and was on the 4x-400-relay team, and Sebastian was shot put and discus throws.

    Jasmine Franklin and Natavia Young led Marion County’s second-place showing. Franklin won the 100-meter hurdles and long jump and was on the 4x100-relay unit that placed first.

    Young won the long and triple jumps.