Today's Sports

  • TC's fourth-down gamble...

    Taylor County led 14-7 with just over three minutes left in the first half.
    But, the Cardinals were stopped on fourth down at the Taylor County 30-yard line and home-standing Marion County tallied 35 more consecutive points en route to a 42-14 district victory on Friday night in Lebanon.
    “I shouldn’t have gone for it,” admitted TCHS Head Coach Eric Graves. “The kids said ‘coach we can get it’ and I’m trying to build some confidence in this team.”

  • Lady Cards blank Hart, Monroe

    Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals shut out Hart County 6-0 last Thursday and Monroe County 4-0 on Monday for their fifth and sixth high school soccer victories this season.
    Coach Jason England’s club got two goals apiece from Amber Green and Raven Burress vs. Hart County while Katie Long and Kassie Miller had one each.
    Against Monroe County, Burress had two goals and Green and Long one apiece and Morgan Wilson had the shutout in goal.

  • Tigers cruise in Hwy 55 battle

    Kentucky Highway 55 continues to be in control of the Campbellsville University Fighting Tigers, as CU rolled away with a 56-25 over neighboring rival Lindsey Wilson College.
    The Saturday night win at Blue Raider Stadium gives the Tigers a 1-0 lead in the Mid-South Conference East Division and a 2-0 series lead in the Highway 55 Battle.

  • Barren Cup claimed by Cardinals

    Taylor County High School used a 14-5 goal advantage to capture the Barren Cup last week in boys’ soccer action.
    The Cardinals bested Glasgow 5-2 last Wednesday as Trae Wells had four goals and Raphael Cunha the other tally.
    Luke McDonald had three assists and Cunha one.
    On Saturday, coach Mike McFee’s club downed the host Trojans 3-2 as McDonald had two goals and Wells one. Wells also had two assists and Miguel Ayala one.

  • No. 17 CU Tigers fall at NCAA D-...

    Injuries slowed the Campbellsville University Fighting Tigers from the opening kickoff Saturday, as 17th-ranked Tigers fell at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, 54-14, inside Perkins Stadium.
    Whitewater showed why it is the two-time defending NCAA Division III national champions by racking up 571 yards of total offense for its 33rd consecutive win. Campbellsville was held to a season-low 254 yards in its first loss of the season.

  • It's all Rebels as Boyle...

    Boyle County may not be the same team that won 47 consecutive games and five straight state titles from 1999-2003, but the Rebels are still a “polished well-oiled machine” as Taylor County will attest to after a 57-0 loss at home on Friday night.
    The Rebels (4-2 with losses to undefeated powers Fort Thomas Highlands and John Hardin), scored three different ways — kick-off return, run and punt return to take a 21-0 first-quarter lead.

  • CHS spoils Paris' Homecoming

    It took the Campbellsville High School Eagles a quarter or so to get going Friday night in Paris, but once the purple and gold got rolling, it was all over.
    The Eagle defense led the charge, holding the Greyhounds to only two first downs on the night. It also accounted for one of the teams five CHS touchdowns.
    Eagle senior Alex Brunelle, who started the game at quarterback, scored early in the second quarter on a 51-yard run. The extra point was missed, leaving the Eagles with a 6-0 early advantage.

  • Eagles eclipse Cards in middle...

    Campbellsville scored two first-quarter touchdowns and made them hold up in defeating home-standing Taylor County 14-8 in middle school football action on Thursday.
    The Eagles took advantage of a Cardinal fumble after a hit by Tavon Hunter and Mike Tamez picked up the loose pigskin and sprinted 37 yards to the end zone for a 6-0 CMS cushion.

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  • Lady Dragons, Indians wear...

    Adair County defeated Taylor County in a one-hole, five-man play-off to win the boys’ title while Green County claimed the girls’ crown at the Heartland Athletic Conference Golf Tournament at Campbellsville Country Club on Tuesday.
    Van Giles paced the Indians’ to the boys’ championship with a tourney-leading 75, one shot ahead of Taylor County’s Wade Cave.
    Cassidy Scantland led the Lady Dragons with a 73 and won girls’ top honors after beating Ellen Kehoe of Taylor County in the fourth hole of a play-off.