Today's Sports

  • Cox expected to start at Palm...

    According to Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “St. Louis Cardinals’ No. 1 prospect Shelby Miller, a right-handed pitcher; and No. 2 prospect, third baseman Zack Cox, have been assigned to the High-A Palm Beach club” in the Florida State League.
    The “assignments make sense: Miller moves up a level and  Cox gets his first full season ball experience in Palm Beach.” The Palm Beach Cardinals open their season on Thursday at St. Lucie.

  • Lady Eagles notch first softball...

    Campbellsville High School’s Lady Eagles picked up victory No. 1 on the softball diamond on Tuesday night with an 8-4 road win at Monroe County.
    The Lady Eagles took a 1-0 lead in the first when Tiffany Slone walked, stole second base and came in on Jessie Cash’s double.
    CHS went ahead 3-0 in the second when Melanie Brockman walked, Mary Brower singled and Brenna Wethington reached on an error before Destiny Wilson reached on a fielder’s choice and Slone and Hannah Taylor walked.

  • CU baseball, softball teams...

    Tigers take three at Cumberlands
    Big innings were the key for the Tigers Saturday as Campbellsville University swept a Mid-South Conference doubleheader at the University of the Cumberlands, 15-2 and 10-2.
    In game one, the Tigers scored four runs in each the second and third innings and pushed across seven in the fifth inning. CU broke open the second game with a six-run fifth inning.

  • Weekend prep highlights

    Sexton pitches Eagles over Falcons
    Freshman right-hander Chris Sexton permitted only three hits and no walks and went the distance as Campbellsville bested Monroe County 3-1 on Monday in high school baseball.
    The Eagles scored single runs in the first, third and sixth innings.
    Zach Durham led the CHS attack with three hits while Taylor Levi had two, Levi Murray doubled and Brett Kearney and Sexton singled.
    Kearney also had two stolen bases while Murray and Durham had the RBI.

  • NAIA Division 1 Women's...

    The City of Frankfort has been selected as the site of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships for the next three years, the NAIA announced on Monday.
    The 32-team national tournament — which will be co-hosted by the City of Frankfort and the Mid-South Conference — will be held March 14-20, 2012, at the Frankfort Convention Center. The tournament will return to downtown Frankfort from March 13-19, 2013 and from March 19-25, 2014.

  • Dragons hold off Eagles


  • Tiger teams have good week

    Lady Tigers even Mid-South Conference  mark at 3-3 with softball sweep at Tech
    Campbellsville earned its first sweep of the season on Tuesday as the Lady Tigers evened their conference mark at 3-3 with 12-4 and 3-2 wins at West Virginia Tech.
    Coach Shannon Wathen got her best production of the year from her freshman. Courtney Turpin and Taylor Wroe combined for the first-game win while Martina Riney went the distance in the second game, recording the third out in the bottom of the seventh (a strike out) with the bases loaded.

  • Week one spring sports highlights

    TC’s Webster, Jefferson, Gilbert, CHS’ Feltner,
    Washington, relay team earn firsts at GC all-comers

    Taylor County senior Tevin Webster won the 400-meter dash, high jump, long jump and triple jump at the Green County All-Comers track meet on Thursday.
    Webster’s four firsts enabled Taylor County to finish third behind Green County and Central Hardin in the six-team field.

  • Ballinger named NAIA Co-Player...


  • Watson tooted boys' state...

    Campbellsville native Jeff Watson was one of the three officials during Christian County’s double-overtime win over Bullitt East in the KHSAA Boys’ State Championship game on Saturday night in Lexington’s Rupp Arena.
    Watson, who also is a successful dirt-track stock car driver, officiated two first-round games and sat at the table for a quarterfinal clash before working the finals.