Today's Sports

  • CU teams make post-season play

    Baseball Tigers receive at-large bid to NAIA Opening Round
    Campbellsville University has received an at-large bid to the NAIA Baseball Opening Round Tournament, the national office announced Sunday.
    The Tigers climbed two spots to No. 27 in the final coaches’ poll Sunday, good enough for the No. 12 at-large bid. CU draws a No. 4 seed in the Opening Round Tournament at Hunter Wright Stadium in Kingsport, Tenn., hosted by the Appalachian Athletic Conference.

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  • Newton climbing ladder at UALR


  • There will always be just one...

    I often tell the story about how I was so sure between the ages of 17 and 22 that I would never return to my native Campbellsville and Taylor County and would live the rest of my life in Big Orange Country.
    A lot of things, but not all, happen for a reason.
    And, this is a sure-fire case that my moving back to Central Kentucky was a good one for me.
    Not only did I get to meet new folks, I also got to broaden friendships and relationships I wouldn’t have had I stayed in Knoxville.

  • Lady Cards claim Heartland...

    Heartland Athletic Conference Tennis Tournament at Miller Park

  • Feltner earns Ewing Award in...

    Heartland Athletic Conference Trace Meet at Marion County

  • Lady Tiger softball, Tiger...

    Lady Tigers get beat in MSC Tourney ‘if necessary’ tilt
    Campbellsville University forced an if necessary game Saturday, but Lindsey Wilson put away their third straight MSC Softball Tournament championship by scoring nine first-inning runs in the title tilt, winning 20-2.
    The Lady Tigers had won six straight tourney games (after a loss in the opener) to force a second game, taking charge of the morning encounter 11-7 on the shoulders of Courtney Turpin’s seven-hit, complete-game win.

  • Spring sports action

    Lady Cardinals divide games against 18th District softball foes
    Taylor County defeated LaRue County 7-5 on April 26 as Hannah Howard went the first 5 2/3 innings and Karissa Mings recorded the final four outs.
    Haley Franklin’s three-run homer was huge for the Lady Cardinals.
    Last Thursday, Taylor County (21-8) dropped a 2-0 decision at Green County as Kasey Estes struck out 13 for the Lady Dragons while allowing only two hits — a single by Franklin and a double to Hannah Milby.

  • Cards need only three hits to...


  • Mings-powered Lady Cards crush...


    Karissa Mings slugged a pair of three-run homers and Becca Orberson tossed a three-inning shut-out as Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals downed Campbellsville 15-0 in high school softball on Tuesday at Clark Field.

    20th District final softball standings
    Marion County    5-1
    Taylor County    4-2
    Adair County    3-3
    Campbellsville    0-6