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Today's Sports

  • Deer chili for Thanksgiving

    Phil Junker, Outdoors Columnist

  • Tigers overpower West Va. Tech,...

    CU Press Release

    With a 56-35 win at West Virginia University Tech on Saturday, Campbellsville University clinched its first trip to a postseason game since 2001.
    The Fighting Tigers will conclude their “Over the Top” campaign Nov. 20 in the National Christian College Athletic Association Victory Bowl - the association’s national championship for football.

  • Community Club basketball sign-...

    The Campbellsville Community Club is conducting Youth League Basketball sign-ups and try-outs for boys in grades 1 through 6 living in Campbellsville/Taylor County on Thursday, Nov. 18 (6-7:30 p.m.), Saturday, Nov. 20 (10:30 a.m.-noon) and Sunday, Nov. 21 (2-3:30 p.m.) in the Campbellsville Elementary multi-purpose gymnasium.

  • Youth Baseball announces...

    Campbellsville Youth Baseball is hosting a community forum Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Campbellsville High School Cafeteria.
    The board will discuss the current league  structure and possible changes. The community is invited to attend and will be allowed to comment and ask questions. Those who may want to speak will sign up as they enter the meeting.  The forum will present information and research that has been gathered and is seeking community input.
    The CYB Board of Directors will meet Tuesday, Nov. 23 to discuss and possibly vote on their findings.

  • Tool maker turns editor, lure...

    From tool and die maker, to fishing guide, to boat upholstery, to lure maker, to computer guru, to fishing magazine editor. That’s Chris Erwin.
    “I came from bass fishing. I started club fishing in 1971 and I didn’t think I’d ever get tired of bass fishing, but if you catch a fish 40 inches long in 6 inches of water and that doesn’t thrill you, then you’re dead,” explained Erwin, as we enjoyed a beautiful fall morning fishing Cave Run Lake.

  • Too much Ram power in first half...

    Campbellsville High School begin the football play-offs just like it ended the regular season — by spotting a quality opponent 28 points in the first half on Dave Fryrear Field.
    While, like last week, coach Jay Cobb’s displayed a much-better second-half effort the results were the same — a 40-28 loss to Raceland in the first round of post-season play.
    CHS, which finishes at 4-7, could muster only three first-half first downs while the Rams were chalking up 13 which led to a pair touchdowns in each of the first two quarters.

  • Early high school basketball...

    Campbellsville University Athletic Boosters
    Jamboree in the Powell Athletic Center
    Friday, Nov. 19
    6:30    Warren East vs. Harrison County (girls)
    7:30    Campbellsville vs. Lewis County (girls)
    8:30    Lewis Co. vs. Campbellsville (boys)

    Saturday, Nov. 20
    5:30    St. Patrick vs. Taylor County (girls)
    6:45    St. Patrick vs. Metcalfe County (boys)
    8:00    Glasgow vs. Taylor County (boys)

  • Early high school basketball...

    Campbellsville University Athletic Boosters
    Jamboree in the Powell Athletic Center
    Friday, Nov. 19
    6:30    Warren East vs. Harrison County (girls)
    7:30    Campbellsville vs. Lewis County (girls)
    8:30    Lewis Co. vs. Campbellsville (boys)

    Saturday, Nov. 20
    5:30    St. Patrick vs. Taylor County (girls)
    6:45    St. Patrick vs. Metcalfe County (boys)
    8:00    Glasgow vs. Taylor County (boys)

  • Eagles hope to avoid another Ram...

    It may be a week earlier (first round of the play-offs this season as opposed to the second round last November), but the Campbellsville High School Eagles must fight off a visiting rated (ninth in Class A) Raceland team on Friday night (7:30 on Dave Fryrear Field) to advance in high school football post-season play.

    Raceland downed the Eagles 23-20 last season on Nov. 14 by scoring a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns. The CHS loss overshadowed an eight-reception, three-interception game by then-senior Bryton Taylor.

  • Toppers upend Tigers 80-57

    Campbellsville University went toe-to-toe with Western Kentucky University in a men’s basketball exhibition Sunday at Diddle Arena for 30-plus minutes, but simply ran out of gas late in an 80-57 loss.

    “We hung in there. I thought we did a lot of good things. This game was to prepare us for what’s coming up, same thing for Western Kentucky. I think both teams come away with what they needed out of this,” CU head coach Keith Adkins said. “We just ran out of gas. We did not have enough fuel left in the tank as far as conditioning-wise.”