Today's Sports

  • TCHS' six-game winning...

    Despite winning all five games on its Florida spring break trip and its first game back home, Taylor County’s Cardinals dropped its first 20th District tilt by losing 11-4 at Marion county on Tuesday.

    The Cardinals committed five errors and allowed four-run innings in the third and sixth.

    Logan Tucker had two hits for the Cardinals while Levi Smith homered and knocked in two runs.

  • Lady Cards use pair of seven-run...

    Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals broke loose from a 3-0 advantage with a pair of seven-run innings to pound the home-standing Campbellsville Lady Eagles 17-2 on Monday night.

    Becca Cook’s run-scoring single in the first and Karissa Mings’ hit and second Lady Eagle error of the inning put TCHS up 3-0 in the third.

    Mings had stifled Campbellsville on three early hits, a double by Destiny Wilson and back-to-back second-inning singles by Kelsey Feltner and Mary Brower as coach Kelly Townsend’s club built its lead.

  • Lady Cards head back home with 9...

    The Taylor County High School Lady Cardinals are 9-2 after defeating Corbin around losses to Baker, Fla. and Louisville Male in the Florida Beach Bash.

    The Lady Cardinals were shut out by Baker as McCall Turpin, Hannah Milby, Becca Cook and Courtney Hunt all went 1 for 3 and Bethany Skaggs absorbed the loss on Wednesday.

    Taylor bounced back to upend Corbin 7-4 later in the day as Hunt, Milby, Becca Cook, Chelsea Nicholas and Karrie Cave had two hits apiece.

  • CHS takes three straight after...

    Despite losing its opening game on Sunday to Glasgow, the Campbellsville High School Eagles reeled off three straight wins in the Florida Beach Bash in Fort Walton last week.

    The No. 21-rated Scotties downed CHS 7-3 despite two singles, two walks and two runs scored by losing pitcher Brett Kearney.

    Aaron Schwoebel, Taylor Levi, Hayden Neal and Stealth Townley also hit safely.

    On Monday, the Eagles downed Crittenden County 6-2 as Taylor Levi went the distance and scattered nine this while not allowing any walks and striking out three.

  • Lady Cards improve to 8-0 with...

    Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals won their first two games in the Florida Beach Bash to improve their overall softball record to 8-0.

    Chelsea Nicholas went 3-4 with three doubles, scored two runs and had three RBI while Karrie Cave went 2-2 with a single, a double, an RBI and two walks as coach Kelly Townsend’s club beat 13th-rated Assumption 10-3 on Monday.

    Bethany Skaggs picked up the win, scattering nine hits while striking out four.

    Taylor County edged Lone Oak 7-6 in eight innings on Tuesday.

  • CHS loses at Southwestern 9-4

    Campbellsville High dropped its third baseball game in five decisions with a 9-4 setback at Southwestern on Tuesday.

    The Eagles led 2-1 until the Warriors tallied three runs in the third and five more in the fourth.

    Taylor Levi and Mason Wethington had two hits apiece for the Eagles with Levi scoring two runs and driving in one.

    Levi Murray doubled in a run in for CHS while Ben Janes and Aaron Schwoebel collected singles.

  • Lady Eagles fall at home to...

    Campbellsville’s Lady Eagle softball team fell for the fourth time in as many tries this season but went the distance in a 10-1 home loss to Metcalfe County on Thursday night.

    The Lady Eagles (0-4), who had lost at Green County 14-0 in five innings, to Bethlehem 13-2 in six innings and 13-3 at Hart County in five innings, gave up several unearned runs and trailed the visiting Lady Hornets 10-1 after 2 1/2 innings.

  • Rattliff rolls in Ponderosa...

    It was the Eighth Annual Spring 30 for the Good Neighbor Pharmacy Super Late Models at Ponderosa Speedway, and Justin Rattliff of Campbellsville drove to the 30-lap, $1,500 payday.

    Also in action was the American Modified Series presented by Force for Earth Fuel, and Randle Sweeney of Clifty won the 30-lap, $1,500-to-win Arizona Sport Shirts 30 presented by Force Fuel and Engine Conditioner.

    The Bob Allen Motor Mall Pro Late Models was captured by Jeremy Hines of Williams, Ind. in the 20-lap, $800-to-win main event.

  • Taylor County splits road games

    Taylor County High School’s baseball team defeated Washington County 5-1 on Wednesday before dropping a 6-5 road decision to Cumberland County on Thursday.

    Matthew Johns pitched a complete-game five hitter at Washington County with no walks and seven strike-outs.

    Levi Smith had a home run and two RBI while Logan Tucker also knocked in a pair of runs.

    The Cardinals led 5-4 going to the bottom of the sixth inning at Cumberland County, but the home squad tallied the tying and go-ahead runs to take the lead for good as TCHS went 1-2-3 in the seventh.

  • Smith named MSC Baseball Player...

    Campbellsville native Logan Smith hit .545 for Campbellsville University last week to be named the Mid-South Conference Player of the Week in an announcement on Monday.

    Smith, a senior designated hitter/catcher, hit a pair of home runs and had 10 RBI during the Tigers’ six-game win streak.

    He began the week by nearly hitting for the cycle and reaching base in four of his five plate appearances in a 13-7 win over No. 23 Taylor (Ind.) University last Monday.