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Today's Sports

  • Tigers lose to LWC, down...

    The No. 8-rated Campbellsville University baseball Tigers lost to Lindsey Wilson College on Friday, but rebounded to upend the University of the Cumberlands on Monday.

    The Tigers (23-4) led 8-3 at Lindsey on Friday, but the Blue Raiders scored 11 runs in innings four through six to lead 14-8 before CU plated three in the seventh.

    Catcher Jimmy Voelker had three hits for the Tigers while third-sacker Chris Curley, first-baseman Brian Chase and right-fielder Zach Townsend had two apiece.

  • Lady Eagles down Bethlehem in...

    Campbellsville's Lady Eagles defeated Bethlehem 15-5 on the road Monday in a first-round game in the Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All "A" Classic Softball Tournament.

    Ashley Bates went 4-5 for CHS while winning pitcher Danielle Morris went 3-4 with two runs batted in and Amber Gamboa was 3-5 with three RBI.

    Ashley Kessinger and Alex Davis also contributed two hits apiece in the 16-hit attack.

    CHS will play in the All "A" semifinals on Friday, April 17 at 7 p.m. at Bethlehem with the championship game set for Saturday, April 18 at 1 p.m.

  • Hoskins shines in Pro Day effort...

    Ian Hoskins' football playing career may be over for the Marshall University Thundering Herd. However, the four-year lettermen and former Campbellsville High School standout left his mark on the Huntington, West, Va. school.

    The 2009 version of Pro Day at Marshall University was Friday, March 20. Pro Days are the time for players to strengthen their draft position or just get on a possible free agent try-out list with roughly 15-25 NFL scouts on the scene.

  • Upward Basketball

    By the Numbers

    359 players and cheerleaders

    42 teams

    10 cheer squads

    102 coaches

    4 churches involved

    12 weeks of activities

    40 Upward Café helpers

  • Tigers topple Union U. 12-1

    Winners of their last four, and 18 of their last 19, the No. 8-rated Campbellsville University baseball team run-ruled Union (Tenn.) University 21-1 at home on Tuesday.

    Sophomore Alex Tolmachoff scattered five hits in a complete-game effort, needing only 68 pitches to notch his fourth win. The Peoria, Ariz. native tied Ian Pick with the best record on the team, moving to 4-0.

    Offensively, the Tigers did most of their damage in the fourth inning as they put up eight runs as they sent 12 batters to the plate.

  • TCHS girls win over Washington

    Taylor County High girls’ softball team won over Washington County on Monday afternoon.

    The girls played Barren County on Tuesday and will face Hart County on Monday.

  • Women bring home state bowling...

    Several Taylor County residents recently participated in the Kentucky State Women's Bowling Association Tournament.

    The Campbellsville Gals placed 10th in the team handicapped division with a score of 2,929 and brought home $215.

    Glenna Corbin and Elaine Hatfield placed fifth in doubles' handicapped with a score of 1,260. They collected $240. The duo of Mary Rose Humphrey and Judy A. Watson collected $200 for a ninth-place finish with 1,249, while Evelyn Dillingham and Pat Mings collected $110 for their 18th place score of 1,230.

  • TCMS Girl's Volleyball

     

    The Lady Cardinals defeated Campbellsville 21-19 and 21-12 in the seventh-grade match and 21-11 and 21-9 in the eighth-grade encounter on March 17.

    Taylor County Middle School girls' volleyball roster

    Sixth grade

    Taylor Blevins

    CeeAnna Cowherd

    Rachel Hinton

    Ashlee Long

    Josie Wallace

    Seventh grade

    Kelsey Brockman

    Katie Cave

    Whitney Crain

    Chelsea Duplantis

    Brooke Dyer

    Taylor Kent

    Kaitlin Rogers

    Brittany Underwood

  • Lady Tigers scratched in opening...

    Campbellsville University was outscored 23-12 off 25 turnovers, and the Lady Tigers dropped their first game in the NAIA National Tournament 64-60 to Columbia (Mo.) College on Thursday morning in Jackson, Tenn.

    "When you get to this level of competition, your weaknesses are exposed," said coach Ginger Colvin. "We've had a problem with turnovers all year and we did here today."

  • Looking to the future

    When the Lady Tigers took the floor Thursday morning for a first-round match-up in the 29th Annual Women's NAIA Division 1 Basketball National Championship Tournament, coach Ginger Colvin was in familiar surroundings.

    Colvin's history with the Lady Tigers in Jackson, Tenn. dates back to 1990 when she was a senior guard for then Campbellsville College. The second-year coach tied up some loose ends of a trifecta of sorts ... trips to the national tournament as a player, assistant coach and head coach.