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Today's Sports

  • Eagles end two-game losing...

    Campbellsville High School bounced back from a pair of road losses to upend Hart County 63-46 at home on Tuesday.

    The Eagles pulled away from the Raiders with a 21-10 fourth frame.

    Thomas Downs and Bryton Taylor paced Campbellsville with 19 and 14 points, respectively, and Downs completed his double-double with 13 rebounds.

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    The Eagles led Green County by seven (38-31) heading to the final quarter on Saturday night before being out-scored 36-7 in the final eight minutes to lose 67-45 in Greensburg.

  • Cards stay in heat of district...

    Taylor County remained in the thick of the race to earn the district’s top seed with a 64-53 home triumph over Campbellsville on Friday night.

    The Cardinals never trailed after building a 9-2 lead which grew to 23 (49-26) in the third quarter after a Shane Morris free throw.

    Bryton Taylor tallied 13 of his team-high 22 points in the final nine minutes to bring the Eagles within striking distance.

  • Eagles knock off previously-...

    And then there was one.

    LaRue County and Louisville Eastern were the state's lone undefeated boys' basketball teams entering Tuesday games. Eastern bested Ballard, but the Hawks fell 64-63 at home to Campbellsville.

    The Eagles (8-4) built double-digit leads and still held a 59-47 advantage after Bryton Taylor's steal and lay-up at 6:59 of the fourth quarter.

    However, LaRue County (13-1) charged back for the third time during the game and used a 14-4 run to trail by only two (63-61) with 1:44 left.

  • Boyle County beats Lady Cards

    Taylor County's Lady Cardinals dropped a 46-42 home decision to Boyle County on Saturday night.

    Coach Jenny Jessie's club (7-4) was outscored 16-14 in the third quarter after leading 23-22 at the intermission.

    Mercedes Cox and MeLeigha Pollock led Taylor County with 13 points apiece.

    Three Lady Rebels reached double digits, including Campbellsville University signee Hayley Hellyer.

    The Lady Cardinals host Campbellsville tomorrow at 6.

  • CU downs King, falls to No. 15...

    Campbellsville University split a pair of men's home basketball games over the weekend.

    The Tigers (6-6) built a 17-point lead vs. King (Tenn.) College on Friday and held off a late comeback to win 83-78 behind Shawn Savage's 21-point performance.

    On Saturday, CU played even with No. 15-rated Cumberland (Tenn.) University for 30 minutes before falling 56-50.

    Savage paced the Tigers with 17 points and Aaron Wyatt added 13.

    Savage earned Mid-South Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week accolades on Monday.

  • Russell County rolls past Lady...

    Campbellsville's Lady Eagles fell behind 12-3 at the first-quarter stop and lost a 52-40 home encounter to Russell County on Tuesday night.

    Amber Gamboa and Danielle Morris led the Lady Eagles with 15 and 13 points, respectively.

    Eighth-grader Leeann Grider had 27 for Russell County.

    Campbellsville visits Taylor County tomorrow at 6.

  • Lady Tigers bounce back from...

    Coach Ginger Colvin's Lady Tigers at Campbellsville University rebounded from losses last week to Shawnee State and Rio Grande and conquered King (Tenn.) College on Friday and IU-South Bend on Tuesday afternoon in the Powell Athletic Center.

    Whitney Ballinger had 22 points, while Courtney Danis (12), Megan Isaacs (12) and Kristi Ensminger (11) also reached double digits in the 84-48 rout of King.

    Isaacs had 18 and Danis 11 in the 85-71 win over IU-South Bend as Colvin used her 13-player team extensively in the matinee affair.

  • Cards clobber Bethlehem 70-38

    Taylor County had little trouble in disposing of Bethlehem 70-38 in make-up action on Tuesday in Bardstown.

    Chase Cox paced the Cardinals with 23 points, seven steals and three assists while Tyler Moss hit four first-half three-pointers for 12 points and Leonard Macon had 11 points and six rebounds.

    Macon picked up two early fouls and scored all of his points in the third quarter as he and Cox did not play in the fourth.

    Seniors Shane Morris and Michael Coulter added seven rebounds and three assists, respectively, for TCHS.

  • Eagles control Cards for boys...

    Campbellsville bested cross-town rival Taylor County 73-67 to claim the boys’ championship in the 14th Annual Coca-Cola Holiday Classic on Tuesday night at Campbellsville High.

    CHS got 24 points from Bryton Taylor while Matthew Davis had 19, Thomas Downs 11 and Michael McCubbin 10 to offset 28 points and 15 rebounds from TCHS’ Leonard Macon and 25 points by Chase Cox.

    Casey County claimed the girls’ title over Clinton County.

  • Eagle boys win see-saw affair at...

    Despite shooting 57 percent (30-53) from the field, Marion County dropped a 74-71 district decision to visiting Campbellsville on Friday.

    CHS trailed 21-17 before going on a 13-0 run in the first half and led by as many as 11 (37-26). However, Marion County (4-9) used a 19-2 sprint of their own to gain a 51-43 advantage in the second half and led by as many as nine.