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Today's Sports

  • Tungate collects 29th feature...

    Campbellsville's Tim Tungate drove to his 29th career 44 Auto Mart Super Late Model feature victory on Friday night at Bluegrass Speedway in Bardstown, while Bryan Barber of Greensburg won Ninth Annual Bluegrass Rumble and Brad Leake of Bardstown claimed his first-career Street Stock feature event win.

    The 44 Auto Mart Super Late Model feature event saw David Webb take the lead at the drop of the green flag at the end of lap one by just a car length over Tungate, followed by Jeff Watson, Jason Keltner and Dustin Neat.

  • Mason earns top honors on Junior...

    Morgan Mason earned Player of the Year honors for the 2009 Musselman-Dunne Junior Golf Tour.

    After competing in events across the state, she qualified for the two-day Tour Championship at Big Spring Country Club in Louisville on July 20-21 where she finished with a two-day total of 184 and runner-up honors. The tour carries a point system for each tourney played.

    Mason, along with Lindsay Shelden of Louisville and Lauren VonOhlen of Louisville, finished at the top of the point system as Co-Players of the Year in the girls' 16-18-year-old group.

  • UPS claims Industrial Tournament...

    Men’s Church Tourney

    July 20

    Campbellsville Christian (14) — L. Lyons 3 singles; G. Lyons 2 singles, double; Harrison single, homer; M. Rucker single, triple; G. Rucker 3 singles; Williams single, homer; Malone 2 singles.

    Freedom (0) — Polston single, double.

    Campbellsville Baptist (10) — Baughman 2 singles; Ambers single, 2 walks; Watson single, double; Pollock single, double, homer; Southwood single, 3 doubles.

  • CU names new sports information...

    Campbellsville University has named Chris Megginson, a sports editor from Columbiana, Ala., as its new sports information director, according to an announcement from Rusty Hollingsworth, director of athletics.

    Megginson will begin the position at the end of August.

    "I am pleased to announce that Chris Megginson has accepted our offer to join the athletics staff as sports information director. He has the experience and qualifications that we need to move our sports information department forward," Hollingsworth said.

  • Veterans Memorial Park softball...

    Monday, July 27

    Men’s Church Tournament

    6:15 (1)    All-Star Game

    7:20 (1)     Campbellsville Christian vs. Elk Horn Baptist

    7:20 (2)    Campbellsville Baptist vs. First Baptist

    8:25 (1)     C-ville Christian vs. Elk Horn Baptist (if needed)

    8:25 (2 or 1)    Palestine Baptist vs. Living Grace 1

    9:30 (1)    Consolation bracket final

    Tuesday, July 28

    Church Coed Tournament

  • Little League tourney an...

    For players, coaches, parents, grandparents, friends and passerby hardball lovers, nothing can stir up more excitement than Little League baseball.

    I guess it's because, from an outsider's perspective, the local program seems to be run with such love and passion.

    Miller Park is one of the nicer settings I've witnessed for games. Where else in the world can your non-playing child throw rocks in a creek with impunity? I'd like to have a nickel for every time I heard: "I thought I told you to stay out of that creek?"

  • Wheeler rolls in Super Late...

    Johnny Wheeler of Campbellsville rolled into Ponderosa Speedway on Friday evening and drove away with the win in the 25-lap Good Neighbor Pharmacy Super Late Model main event.

    Randy Turpin of Lebanon took his second straight win in the Clayton Homes Modified feature event while P.J. Feistritzer of Danville claimed the Kentucky National Guard Pro Late Model main event and Bartley Grant of Berea scored the win in the Bob Allen Motor Mall Sportsman feature race.

  • Veterans Memorial Park softball...

    Monday, July 20

    Men’s Church Tournament

    6:15 (1)    Freedom vs. Campbellsville Christian

    6:15 (2)    Living Grace 2 vs. Campbellsville Baptist

    7:20 (1)     Columbia Nazarene vs. Elk Horn Baptist

    7:20 (2)    First Baptist vs. Vineyard

    8:25 (1)     Summersville Baptist vs. Freedom/CCC winner

    8:25 (2)    Palestine Baptist vs. Robinson Creek Baptist

    9:30 (1)    Championship game one (best-of-three series)

  • 9-10s are District champs

    Washington County may have fallen victim to a pitching limit rule, but credit Campbellsville for making the best of it as the host team won the 5th District Little League championship with a 5-2 come-from-behind victory.

    The 9-10s will begin play in the state tournament this weekend in Richmond.

    Washington's Michael Chastain had a no-hitter going for 5 1/3 innings, that is until he reached the 75-pitch limit. Chastain's replacements didn't have the same command.

  • 11-12s headed to state

    It's probably a good thing that Campbellsville's 11-12-year-old All Star coach Tony Frogge is married to a physician, because his team has been trying to send him into cardiac arrest for the past two games.

    Campbellsville pulled its second straight come-from-behind win, a 9-5 affair over Washington County Tuesday night at Miller Park, to claim the 5th District title. The team starts play in the state tournament this weekend in Richmond.