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Today's Sports

  • Mercer pulls away from Taylor 43...

    Mercer County scored the game’s final 36 points to upend home-standing Taylor County 43-7 on Friday night at Thomas Porter Stadium.
    The Titans (4-4) needed only 57 seconds to score the game’s first touchdown after a short delay when the lights would not turn on at Clay Marcum Field.
    After Mercer County did not connect on a 27-yard field goal, Taylor County went 80 yards on 14 plays to knot the score at 7-7 on Dylan Bright’s 11-yard score and Raphael Cunha’s extra-point boot.

  • Mercer pulls away from Taylor 43...

    Mercer County scored the game’s final 36 points to upend home-standing Taylor County 43-7 on Friday night at Thomas Porter Stadium.
    The Titans (4-4) needed only 57 seconds to score the game’s first touchdown after a short delay when the lights would not turn on at Clay Marcum Field.
    After Mercer County did not connect on a 27-yard field goal, Taylor County went 80 yards on 14 plays to knot the score at 7-7 on Dylan Bright’s 11-yard score and Raphael Cunha’s extra-point boot.

  • CMS Eagles score last for 20-14...

    Campbellsville Middle School tallied two of three touchdowns in a two-minute stretch to upend visiting Taylor County 20-14 in the Central Kentucky Middle School Athletic Conference play-offs on Tuesday.
    The Eagles (9-3) scored the only first-half touchdown when Shay Stone connected with Austin Hash from 33 yards out.
    The Cardinals (5-5) took the lead with 3:24 left in the third quarter on Quentin Goodin’s 28-yard pass to Jarred Rogers and Goodin’s two-point conversion run.

  • CMS Eagles score last for 20-14...

    Campbellsville Middle School tallied two of three touchdowns in a two-minute stretch to upend visiting Taylor County 20-14 in the Central Kentucky Middle School Athletic Conference play-offs on Tuesday.
    The Eagles (9-3) scored the only first-half touchdown when Shay Stone connected with Austin Hash from 33 yards out.
    The Cardinals (5-5) took the lead with 3:24 left in the third quarter on Quentin Goodin’s 28-yard pass to Jarred Rogers and Goodin’s two-point conversion run.

  • CMS Eagles score last for 20-14...

    Campbellsville Middle School tallied two of three touchdowns in a two-minute stretch to upend visiting Taylor County 20-14 in the Central Kentucky Middle School Athletic Conference play-offs on Tuesday.
    The Eagles (9-3) scored the only first-half touchdown when Shay Stone connected with Austin Hash from 33 yards out.
    The Cardinals (5-5) took the lead with 3:24 left in the third quarter on Quentin Goodin’s 28-yard pass to Jarred Rogers and Goodin’s two-point conversion run.

  • Lady Dragons finish second at...

    Green County High School’s Lady Dragons, the two-time defending champions, finished second at the Girls’ State Golf Tournament on Saturday in Bowling Green.
    Sacred Heart of Louisville won the team title while Emma Talley of Caldwell County won her third individual title in four seasons. The University of Alabama-bound Talley would have had four, but she disqualified herself in 2009 for making a one-stroke mistake on her scorecard despite leading by six shots.

  • Lady Dragons finish second at...

    Green County High School’s Lady Dragons, the two-time defending champions, finished second at the Girls’ State Golf Tournament on Saturday in Bowling Green.
    Sacred Heart of Louisville won the team title while Emma Talley of Caldwell County won her third individual title in four seasons. The University of Alabama-bound Talley would have had four, but she disqualified herself in 2009 for making a one-stroke mistake on her scorecard despite leading by six shots.

  • CU gridders fall 31-6 at...

    Campbellsville University was unable to get started offensively Saturday as the visiting Tigers were held to 232 yards on the road at Georgetown College as part of a 31-6 loss.
    David Hon scored the Tigers only points with a pair of field goals, each from the 34-yard-line.
    It was a heavy defensive day for Campbellsville, spending 36 minutes on the field through 77 plays.

  • Move handshakes to pre-game

    I first noticed this in the mid-1970s in Euclid, Ohio (suburb of Cleveland) where I was watching a baseball game as the University of Tennessee was recruiting a basketball player who just happened to also compete on the diamond.
    After the game, I noticed both teams going through a line, shaking hands or giving each other opponent a high five.
    I thought it was odd then and as time goes on I think it’s still odd.
    I know the standard lines — it’s good to show sportsmanship and youngsters need to learn to be “good” losers.

  • CHS stumbles out of district gate

    A lethargic start put Campbellsville High School into a hole they could never fully get out of and a 28-27 loss in the Eagles’ district opener at home to Williamsburg on Friday night.
    The Eagles (3-4) trailed 22-0 early as sophomore quarterback Dalton Sizemore hooked up twice (13 and 16 yards) with freshman wide receiver Skyler Griffith around a nine-yard TD run by freshman Jefferson Patrick.
    The Yellow Jackets also converted their first two two-point tries and led 22-0.