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Today's Sports

  • Upcoming games on the local scene

    The sports schedule through May 15 is:

    Thursday, April 30

    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Campbellsville at Taylor County (5:30).

    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Washington County at Campbellsville (5:30).

    HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS — Taylor County at Adair County.

    Friday, May 1

    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Taylor County at Cumberland County (5:00).

    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Caverna at Campbellsville (6:00).

    HIGH SCHOOL TRACK — Taylor County Invitational.

  • Fountain named Offensive MVP

    Greg Fountain, who led Campbellsville University and the nation in rushing last season, was named the Offensive MVP for the Nationals in the Third Annual College Franz/Victory Sports Network NAIA Senior Classic played April 25 in Plate City, Mo.

    The 6-3, 231-pound Fountain led all rushers in the game with 67 yards with a workmanlike 23 carries. Fountain broke the game's longest run of 20 yards in the second quarter, setting up his team's second touchdown.

  • Lady Tiger softballers drop a...

    Campbellsville University could not defend its No.-1 seed in Mid-South Conference Softball Tournament, losing twice to Georgetown on Saturday 7-4 and 5-3, and relinquished the MSC's automatic seed in the national tournament.

    The Lady Tigers will have to wait and see if their regular-season Mid-South-best record of 18-1-1 and 40-7-1 overall mark will catch the seeding panel's eye. Only seven at-large bids are available.

    Georgetown, which lost its first game of the tournament to win four in a row to take the title, needed 26 innings in its title run the last three games.

  • Lady Cards earn top district seed

    Taylor County scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to down visiting Campbellsville 8-4 in high school softball action on Tuesday night.

    The victory gained the top seed for coach K.J. Townsend's Lady Cardinals and will bring about a re-match with the Lady Eagles in the 20th District Tournament next month at Adair County.

    Campbellsville struck first with a run in the top of the third when Amber Gamboa, Danielle Morris and Hannah Taylor singled.

    Taylor County knotted the score in the bottom of the frame when Hannah Milby walked and scored on an error.

  • Tiger and Lady Tiger Track...

    Several Campbellsville University Track & Field members made a strong showing at the recent Eastern Kentucky University Open.

    Senior Miranda Meeks made the A-standard for the NAIA and finished first in the 3000-meter steeplechase with a time of 11:31.00.

    Meeks also broke the CU record in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:30.29.

    "I'm happy that Miranda has reached her goal on getting back to nationals," said Head Coach Joe Stockton.

    Detrick Briggs finished fourth in the triple jump and seventh in the long jump.

  • CU takes two at MSC Tourney

    Campbellsville University, rated eighth in the latest NAIA baseball poll, upended West Virginia Tech and the University of the Cumberlands to move into the championship game of the Mid-South Conference Tournament.

    Coach Beauford Sanders' Tigers (34-8) downed West Virginia Tech 16-2 on Sunday as Erie Mattos (seven innings) and Jon Bourassa (two) combined on a two-hitter.

    First-baseman Brian Chase paced Campbellsville with three hits and three runs batted in while shortstop Nick Bertolucci had two hits and three RBI.

  • CU netters advance to NCCAA

    Georgetown and Lindsey Wilson eliminated the Campbellsville men and women, respectively, from the Mid-South Conference Tennis Tournament over the weekend, but the men will move on to NCCAA play May 4-7 in Marion, Ind. by virtue of their 10-5 overall record.

    Campbellsville's only two points in a 5-2 defeat came in men's doubles when Terry Caven and Zac Maylon combined for a 8-4 doubles' victory over Georgetown's Frankie Roberts and Carlos Del Valle.

    Pablo Numbela was a singles' winner (6-3, 6-4) over Miguel Reyes for Coach Kyle Caven's young Tiger squad.

  • TCHS tallies two in seventh for...

    Taylor County High School pushed across two unearned runs in the top of the seventh to defeat the homestanding Campbellsville baseball Eagles on Wednesday night.

    The Eagles had fought back from deficits of 4-0 and 5-2 to lead 6-5.

    The Cardinals led 1-0 on Joel Hardesty's first-inning, RBI double and 2-0 on Tyler Yates' bunt single in the second.

    TCHS' lead grew to 4-0 on A.J. Wayne's single and Jacob Wise's triple in the third.

  • Lady Eagles stop seven-season...

    The streak is finally over.

    Campbellsville High School's Lady Eagles broke a 16-game losing streak to Taylor County that covered nearly seven years in softball with a 9-6 triumph on Tuesday night at home.

    The Lady Eagles fell behind 1-0 on Megan Peake's first-inning double and trailed 2-1 after a Karrie Cave second-inning single.

    However, the Lady Eagles broke open a 3-3 tie with a six-run fourth frame.

    A pair of errors around a wild pitch put CHS up 4-3 before Ashley Kessinger singled home the fifth run.

  • No. 10 Campbellsville U. knocks...

    Campbellsville University downed Union (Ky.) College 12-6 on Wednesday in a battle of Top 10 nationally-rated baseball teams.

    Senior Marc Wilson, who entered the game with a perfect 7-0 pitching record, held the Bulldogs scoreless until the third when Union put up five runs to take a 5-1 lead.

    In the bottom of the fifth, Nick Bertolucci led off with a drag bunt before Tyler Derby and Chris Curley got walks to load the bases.