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Today's Sports

  • 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. 

  • Taylor teams sweep Heartland...

     

    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.

  • TCMS, CMS split girls' hoop...

     

  • Eagles’ JV shuts out Cardinals

     

  • Dudley Hilton named coach of...

     

    Washington County native Dudley Hilton was named the 10th head football coach at Taylor County High School on Monday.

    Hilton, who resigned as head coach at the University of Pikeville on Aug. 9 after three seasons, is one of Kentucky’s all-time winningest high school coaches. He replaces Eric Graves, who announced his retirement last Thursday. The first plan was for Graves to coach the rest of this season.

  • It's a purple night

     

  • Familiar faces at Friday night...

     

    Each season the high school football game involving Campbellsville and Taylor County brings out the largest crowd of the school year.

    Friday night, Sept. 5 was no exception as the supporters for the Purple and Gold and Red and Gray turned out in full force.

    The Eagles broke a three-year losing skid and downed the Cardinals 42-7.

    After an off week on Sept. 12, CHS plays at Green County and TCHS entertains LaRue County on Sept. 19.

  • Graves announces retirement as...

     

  • Annual CHS-TCHS cross-town...