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Today's Sports

  • JV Eagles roll to 3-0

    Campbellsville High School made it 3-0 with the Eagles’ third junior varsity triumph in as many Mondays.
    CHS downed LaRue County 42-12.
    After a scoreless first quarter, the Eagles used a pair of touchdowns pass from Devonte Cubit to go up 14-0.
    The freshman hit Charles Johnson for a 39-yard tally and then ran in the conversion. Cubit then connected with Clayton Russell for a 55-yard score.
    LaRue County hit on a 65-yard pass play to cut the Hawks’ deficit to 14-6 at half-time.

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    Taylor County used three second-half goals to decision visiting Campbellsville in boys’ high school soccer action on Tuesday night.
    The Cardinals (5-2-2) tallied first on Jordan Nicholas’ goal with 37:05 left in the game and the senior scored again at 22:38.
    Will Miller, who assisted Nicholas’ second goal, made it 3-0 at 19:02.
    Eagle Cass Kidwell helped CHS (2-8) avoid the shutout with a score at 10:11.
    Campbellsville visits Clinton County tonight while Taylor County plays at Elizabethtown.

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  • CHS JV grid team rolls over...

    Campbellsville High School’s junior-varsity football squad made it 2-0 with an 48-0 home rout over Green County on Monday night.
    Devonte Cubit started the scoring on a 60-yard touchdown run on the game’s first play from scrimmage. Cubit also added the two-point conversion for an 8-0 start.
     Daejoun Smith tackled the Green County quarterback in the  end zone for safety and a 10-0 cushion.
     Cubit then connected with Austyn Thornton for a 35-yard score and Charles Johnson ran in the conversion.

  • Youth soccer kicks off season

    By Rachel DeCoursey, CU Student Writer

    The Campbellsville Youth Soccer Association (CYSA) made more history with its biggest kick-off ceremony and first games of the fall season on Sept. 6 with many familiar faces in attendance.
    Among the hundreds gathered at the Paul E. Osborne Recreation Area were Mayor Tony Young and County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers. Young and Rogers took pictures with the young athletes and each kicked out a first ball to begin the day’s festivities. 

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    Taylor County High School captured the girls' and boys' golf championships at Campbellsville Country Club on Monday.

    The Lady Cardinals made it back-to-back titles as TCHS senior Ellen Kehoe claimed her third straight individual title with a 68.

    The Taylor County boys made it two crowns in the last three years.

    Adair County's Riley Grant earned boys' medalist honors with a 66.