Today's Sports

  • CHS boys claim first All 'A...

    Lake Wiseman shot a 74 while Levi Murray and Stealth Townley scored 75s and the Campbellsville High School boys’ golf team captured the Fifth Region All “A” Classic on Saturday at Park Mammoth Golf Course in Cave City.

    Taylor Levi finished with an 80 and Bradley Bates 102 for coach Herb Wiseman’s Eagles.

  • Walters, Sergent take top senior...

    In typical fashion, Campbellsville Country Club opened up their gracious arms once again as they played host to the 2010 Kentucky Senior Golf Association’s Amazon.com Special on Aug. 2.

    The golf course conditions were great for the 86 KSGA members who competed in the event as was evident when the scorecards were tallied. Six players recorded par or better scores, all from the first flight.

  • Gaskins grabs third Senior...

    Add 2010 to 1999 and 2004 as the years Harlan Gaskins has captured the Senior Duffers.

    Gaskins earned the top spot at the 13th Annual Charles Stiles Memorial Senior Duffers on June 14-15 at Rosewood Golf Club in Lebanon by five strokes over runner-up Joe Noland.

    Gil Blevins was third and Roger Grant fourth while Tom Milby finished fifth.

    Grant and Gaskins were tied after the first day with net 69s while Noland and Kenny Bennett shot net 70s and Buddy Moore had a 71.

  • Veterans Memorial Park softball...

    Veterans Memorial Park softball schedule

    Monday, Aug. 2 — Men’s Church

    6:00 (1)    The Vineyard vs. Robinson Creek Baptist

    6:00 (2)    Freedom Baptist vs. Living Grace 1

    7:00 (1)    Stewart’s Creek Baptist vs. 14

    7:00 (2)    First Baptist vs. Campbellsville Christian

    8:00 (1)    Columbia Nazarene vs. Calvary Baptist

    8:00 (2)    First Baptist vs. Summersville Baptist

  • Area sports calendar

    Fall Baseball scheduled for Miller Park; sign-ups set for Aug. 5, 7 and 8

    7-12-year-old players (2011 seasonal age) interested in playing fall baseball may sign up on Thursday, Aug. 5 (5:30-7 p.m.), Saturday, Aug. 7 (10 a.m. to noon) and Sunday, Aug. 8 (1-3 p.m.) at Miller Park.

    For more information, contact Mark “Shiny” Kearney (403-5491).

    TC cross country team running at walking track

  • Percell continues summer climb...

    Campbellsville High School senior-to-be Jordan Percell wasn’t rated in Rick Bolus’ High Potential Basketball Recruiting Service’s top 56 Kentucky list in June of Kentucky’s Top Rising Prospects for 2010-11. However, that could change after the Eagle’s trip to Georgetown last month.

  • Baseball statistics that might...

    Hearing that a St. Louis Cardinal first baseman could be the first Major League Baseball player to have a .300 batting average and hit 30 home runs with 100 runs batted in a season for 10 straight years made me research a few baseball statistics that will boggle your brain.

    Here’s a few examples:

    * Only four Major League players have finished their careers with a .300 batting average and at least 300 home runs and 3,000 hits.

  • TCHS grad signs with CU

    Once Taylor County High School's Becca Cook made up her mind to continue playing softball in college, she said it wasn't hard choosing Campbellsville University.

    Cook put pen to paper Thursday afternoon in the H&W Sport Shop Ronnie Hord Field House on the CU campus and signed on with Shannon Wathen's Tigers. She is the 10th signee of the 2010-2011 class.

    Cook played recently with four members of Wathen's recruiting class, one in the East-West All-Star game and three others in the Kentucky vs. Tennessee All-Stars.

  • 11-12s fall in extra innings at...

    Campbellsville’s 11-12-year-old Little League All Stars dropped their final game of pool play and fell in the state tournament semi-finals at Hazard last week.

    The local squad rolled 9-3 over Lewis County and 9-4 vs. North Laurel in the first pool-play games July 17-18.

    Austin Hash (single, home run) and Hunter McQueary (single, double) had two hits and two RBI each vs. Lewis County while Austin Matney had two singles and an RBI.

  • Little League 10-11s go 1-2 at...

    Campbellsville’s 10-11-year-old Little League All Stars went 1-2 at the state tournament last week in Corbin.