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  • Holmes starting Jan. 26 at...

    John “J.B” Holmes plans on beginning his seventh season on the PGA TOUR on Jan. 26 at the Farmers Insurance Open in Torrey Pines, Calif.
    “My swing looks good,” Holmes told Sean Martin in a recent GolfWeek issue. “It’s just slower. I need to build those muscles again and get my speed back,” Holmes said. “The more I play, the stronger I get.”
    Holmes has played only a few rounds, since his surgery for Chiari malformation, those being at his home course of Isleworth Country Club in Windermere, Fla.

  • Lady Cards get off to slow start...

    Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals never fully overcame a 15-4 deficit and lost a 49-44 road tilt to Bardstown on Friday night.
    The Lady Cardinals (5-8) did creep within 34-33 going to the final quarter and tied the game with seven minutes left, only to be out-scored by five down the stretch.
    Haley Wright led Taylor County with 12 points while Hannah Howard added 10 and Rachel Riggs nine. The Lady Cardinals played without starting front-court player Shelby Carney, who injured an ankle in the early going at Green County on Tuesday.

  • Lady Cards get off to slow start...

    Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals never fully overcame a 15-4 deficit and lost a 49-44 road tilt to Bardstown on Friday night.
    The Lady Cardinals (5-8) did creep within 34-33 going to the final quarter and tied the game with seven minutes left, only to be out-scored by five down the stretch.
    Haley Wright led Taylor County with 12 points while Hannah Howard added 10 and Rachel Riggs nine. The Lady Cardinals played without starting front-court player Shelby Carney, who injured an ankle in the early going at Green County on Tuesday.

  • Eagles hammered by Knights

    Marion County used a 20-5 first quarter and a 14-6 third frame to clobber the visiting Campbellsville High School Eagles 67-34 on Friday night.
    Thirteen of 15 players used by the Knights scored with only reserve Clay Lanham reaching double figures with 10.
    Blake Richerson led all scorers with 12 points for Campbellsville.

  • Eagles hammered by Knights

    Marion County used a 20-5 first quarter and a 14-6 third frame to clobber the visiting Campbellsville High School Eagles 67-34 on Friday night.
    Thirteen of 15 players used by the Knights scored with only reserve Clay Lanham reaching double figures with 10.
    Blake Richerson led all scorers with 12 points for Campbellsville.

  • Lady Eagles pick up sixth in...

    Brittany Vaught scored 18 points and eight other Lady Eagles reached the scoring column in a 45-26 Campbellsville High School girls’ victory at Portland Christian on Monday.
    Sixth-grader Nena Barnett and senior Tiffany Slone added seven and five points, respectively, for coach Cameron Jackson’s club.
    Burgin bested the Lady Eagles 52-45 on Tuesday in Paul J. Coop Gymnasium despite 16 points from Vaught and eight each by Slone and Heather Watson. Graison Biggs added six for Campbellsville.

  • Lady Eagles pick up sixth in...

    Brittany Vaught scored 18 points and eight other Lady Eagles reached the scoring column in a 45-26 Campbellsville High School girls’ victory at Portland Christian on Monday.
    Sixth-grader Nena Barnett and senior Tiffany Slone added seven and five points, respectively, for coach Cameron Jackson’s club.
    Burgin bested the Lady Eagles 52-45 on Tuesday in Paul J. Coop Gymnasium despite 16 points from Vaught and eight each by Slone and Heather Watson. Graison Biggs added six for Campbellsville.

  • Cards, Lady Dragons post double-...

    Taylor County’s Cardinals and Green County’s Lady Dragons jumped out to early leads in posting double-figure basketball victories on Tuesday night in Greensburg.
    Trae Wells and Caleb Wigginton had 20-point games in the Cardinals’ 66-54 triumph while Lucas Bradshaw added 11.
    Micah Jones had 14 points in a two-minute, second-quarter stretch to finish with a game-high 27 points in the Lady Dragons’ 74-31 opening-game romp.
    Hannah Howard had 10 for the Lady Cardinals (5-7)