Today's Sports

  • Caverna edges Lady Eagles 52-50

    Campbellsville High School’s Lady Eagles led at the first three quarter stops before falling 52-50 at Caverna on Tuesday night.
    Coach Cameron Jackson’s team   held 10-7, 24-15 and 33-32 advantages before being out-scored 20-17 in the final eight minutes in the season opener for CHS.
    Caverna (2-0) crushed Fort Knox 68-25 a night earlier.
    Senior Tiffany Slone led the Lady Eagles with 23 points while junior Brittany Vaught added 12.
    Campbellsville plays at East Jessamine tonight and will visit Taylor County on Tuesday.

  • Cards dominate last two-plus...

    Defending 20th District champion Taylor County began its boys’ basketball season with a 70-55 home-court triumph over Washington County on Tuesday.
    Coach Troy Young’s Cardinals trailed for the first 10 minutes of the contest before Caleb Wigginton’s three-point play, on an assist from Quentin Goodin, put TCHS up for good at 26-23.
    The sophomore Wigginton had 19 of his game-high 25 points in the first half as Taylor County led 30-26 at the intermission.

  • Tigers down Life 80-70

    Campbellsville University wrapped up the 12th annual Lou Cunningham Classic Saturday with an 80-70 win over Life University in the Powell Athletic Center. The win was the sixth-straight for the Tigers and the fifth-straight loss for Life since falling to Campbellsville in Marietta, Ga., on Nov. 12. Lindsey Wilson won the first game of the Lou Cunningham Classic on Friday 99-85 over Life.
    The Tigers held an early 17-11 lead before Life posted a 7-0 run to gain its only lead of the day (18-17) on a layup-and-one play from Pete Driver.

  • Craig, Clifton save CU Lady...

    Campbellsville used a three-point play by Chelsea Craig with about two minutes to go that gave the Lady Tigers a 67-64 lead that was never relinquished as CU defeated No. 18 Columbia College Saturday night, 75-70.
    “That was huge,” said head coach Ginger Colvin. “We’re pleased to death with the way Chelsea is playing right now. She’s a battler.”

  • Tigers dominate to claim NCCAA...

    Players did not want to leave the HIG Field Saturday afternoon as the 2011 football season came to a close. They wanted the celebration to play on, and on, as Campbellsville University defeated Greenville College 21-7 to claim its first National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Victory Bowl championship.
    It’s the first football championship of any kind for the Fighting Tigers since CU claimed a Mid-South Conference title in 1997.

  • High school basketball tips off...

    The easy selection when picking the best teams and players in 2011-12 Fifth Region basketball is choosing Marion County’s Lady Knights to repeat as the girls’ champion for a third year.
    Coach Trent Milby’s club does return three of the region’s and state’s best players in juniors Makayla Epps and Kyvin Goodin-Rogers (both committed to Louisville) and senior Bre Elder (signed with Dayton).

  • Warrenhuffman is MSC East...

    Campbellsville University senior wide receiver Stan Warrenhuffman has been selected as the Mid-South Conference East Division Offensive Player of the Year, the conference office announced Thursday.
    “If there’s an All-American in our conference, it’s Stan. He’s a pro in how he goes about his business. He’s well-deserving of the honor,” CU head coach Perry Thomas said.

  • Lady Tiger volleyball plays...

    Campbellsville University will go on the road to defend two straight NCCAA Mid-East Championships this week when the Volley Tigers travel to Indiana with pool play beginning on Thursday.
    “The team has been working very hard in practice,” coach Amy Eckenfels said. “They understand we have been given a great opportunity to compete in the NCCAA region at Oakland City and hopefully advance to the nationals.”

  • Tigers use Henderson’s buzzer-...

    First-year Tiger point guard Cedric Henderson drained a 17-foot jumper at the buzzer to pull Campbellsville University past  No. 22 Union (Tenn.) University  68-66 on Tuesday night.
    It’s the third straight year the Tigers have taken down a higher-ranked Union on its home floor.

  • No. 2 Union rallies past Lady...

    Campbellsville went on a three-minute drought to start the second half and never fully recovered in dropping a 69-56 decision Monday night to No.-2 ranked Union University.
    “I’m disappointed,” coach Ginger Colvin said. “They have a really nice team. We played super the first half and in the second half we got away from it.”
    The Lady Tigers committed 22 turnovers and could manage but 22 points after intermission. Twice during the second half, CU committed three consecutive turnovers allowing Union to construct a 62-52 lead.