Today's Sports

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  • Eagles lose to LaRue 30-12

    LaRue County tallied three second-half touchdowns and three conversions to pull away from a 6-6 half-time deadlock and pin a 30-12 home-field loss on Campbellsville High School’s Eagles in the inaugural game of the Forcht Bank Bowl on Saturday night.

    “We’ve got a good bunch of guys, but I’m not happy with the penalties and it will be addressed,” CHS head coach Jason Chappell said after his first game as Eagles’ head boss. “We’ve got to cut that out whether we win or lose.”

  • Dragons dump Cardinals 44-16

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  • Fugate goes down as top star in...

    Breathitt County running back Channing Fugate went 90 yards the first time he touched the pigskin in the Aug. 22 Forcht Bank Bowl at Campbellsville High School.

    The official numbers of the 6-2, 225-pounder who has committed to the University of Tennessee showed 14 rushes for 204 yards and five touchdowns - runs of 35, 49 and 10 yards plus his aforementioned kick-off return and a 43-yard punt return in the second half.

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  • Grant grabs 45th Duffers

    Roger Grant put his name in the record books as champion of the 45th Annual Duffers Tournament.

    The tournament was Aug. 1 and 2 at Heritage Hill Golf Club in Shepherdsville.

    Grant, using a 7-handicap, totaled rounds of 78 and 77 for a gross score of 155 and a net product of 141 to edge Rick Newton's 1-handicap total of 144 and 142. Newton produced the top gross total.

    Gary Osborne placed third with a net score of 149 while Weldon Riggs was fourth at 151.

  • Any chances for a pair of new...

    A lot of dirt has been moved at Campbellsville Middle School at the site of a future track for the Purple and Gold.

    There has also been some speculation that eventually that could also be the home of Eagles’ football.

    Once the track is built, there seems to be plenty of room for a stadium and fieldhouse, and that would help the Lady Eagles’ softball team, which hosts its home games at CMS.

    An eventual move to home football and soccer games at CMS would also mean the Eagle baseball team would have the current complex by itself.

  • Bad news travels way too fast

    With our modern age of technology, it doesn’t take long to spread the news. That became even more apparent to me on Saturday night while at a softball tournament.

    Getting my phone charged in someone else’s car at about 20 miles west of St. Louis in Bridgeton, Mo., it was evident that something had happened near home when I saw I had a text message from Campbellsville High School head boys’ basketball coach Tim Davis.