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Today's Sports

  • Eagles persevere over Pineville...

    The saying “survive and advance” fit Campbellsville High School’s football Eagles to a tee on Friday night as coach Jay Cobb’s squad posted a 28-12 victory over Pineville at Campbellsville University’s Finley Stadium.
    Leading only 7-0 at the half on Zach Durham’s touchdown pass to Dra Thornton and Bradley Bates’ extra-point boot, Campbellsville (7-4) tallied a pair of defensive scores in a 15-second stretch to add the exclamation point to their post-season triumph.

  • Lady Tigers get out of gate fast...

    The road is likely to get rougher, but Campbellsville University’s Lady Tigers smoothed out a few bumps en route to a 96-40 basketball win over Tennessee Temple in the Lady Tigers’ home- and season-opener on Friday night.
    Mackenzie Lee and Courtney Clifton sparked a first-half run that led to a 53-24 advantage at intermission. The Lady Tigers scored the first 14 points of the game, six by Lee and four by Megan Isaacs. From there CU threw a variety of lineups at the Lady Crusaders (0-2) from Chattanooga.

  • Tigers drop season opener to...

    Campbellsville University men’s basketball did not have the season opener it wanted Friday, falling 83-74 to the University of Miami-Middletown (Ohio) in the Giovanni’s Tip-off Classic at the University of Rio Grande.

  • CHS play-off game vs. Pineville...

    Campbellsville High School’s home play-off game (Friday at 7:30) vs. Pineville will be played at Campbellsville’s Finley Stadium on HIG Field.
    Tickets prices will be $6 and there will be no advanced sales.
    Only Coaches and Administrator Card  passes will be accepted and the holder only. Season passes, employee passes or student ID cards will not be accepted.

  • CU edges Kentucky Christian 24-21

    Two fumbles and 10 points in the final minute of play sealed a Campbellsville University comeback against the Kentucky Christian University Knights 24-21 on Saturday afternoon at Huntington (West Va.) High School.
    The win pulled the Tigers even in Mid-South Conference East Division play at 2-2 and snapped a four-game losing streak.
    Senior placekicker David Hon won the game for the Tigers with a 32-yard field goal as time expired. The winning drive was set up after William Harris recovered a fumble, forced by a Derek Mincy sack, on the Knights’ 17 yard line.

  • CU edges Kentucky Christian 24-21

    Two fumbles and 10 points in the final minute of play sealed a Campbellsville University comeback against the Kentucky Christian University Knights 24-21 on Saturday afternoon at Huntington (West Va.) High School.
    The win pulled the Tigers even in Mid-South Conference East Division play at 2-2 and snapped a four-game losing streak.
    Senior placekicker David Hon won the game for the Tigers with a 32-yard field goal as time expired. The winning drive was set up after William Harris recovered a fumble, forced by a Derek Mincy sack, on the Knights’ 17 yard line.

  • CHS prevails as Eagles clash on...

    Fort Knox out-scored Campbellsville on touchdowns 4-3, but the home-standing Eagles of coach Jay Cobb had three touchdowns, two extra points, a conversion run and a field goal to edge the visitors 25-24 in Friday night’s regular-season finale.
    It only took Fort Knox, coached by CHS 1991 graduate Shawn Thompson, two plays to remove the zero from the board when Dominic Dingle went 63 yards on a reverse.

  • Cards survive Hart shoot-out 41-...

    Daulton Turpin scored four touchdowns and picked off a pass to lead Taylor County to a 41-39 victory on Friday night at Hart County.
    The Cardinals who stopped a five-game losing streak, used a balanced rushing attack to accumulate 316 yards and dominate the time of possession.

  • Faulkner beats Tigers in 59-49...

    Entering the game Saturday, everyone knew a losing streak was going to come to an end at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl. However, it was Faulkner University that came out on top in a barn burner victory over Campbellsville University, 59-49.
    Campbellsville pulled ahead by 11 points to go into halftime leading, 28-17, after scoring 14 unanswered points in the second quarter. The Eagles’ quarterback Josh Hollingsworth and his offense could not be stopped in the second half though, as the sophomore threw for a school record 564 yards and six touchdowns.

  • CHS Eagles coast past Berea 47-8

    Campbellsville’s Eagles picked up in Berea on Friday night right where they left off at Lynn Camp the week before.
    The Eagles raced out to a 34-point advantage in the first quarter and never looked back as they spoiled the Pirates’ Senior Night festivities with a 47-8 win.