The two-time Fifth Region Tournament basketball champion Taylor County Cardinals will be on the big screen tonight.
KET and Revived Productions will present “We Are Taylor County” tonight in the high school gymnasium.
The Taylor County School District will host a viewing party at 7:30 with adult admission being $5 and $2 for Taylor County students and kids from 5 to 18.
The festivities begin from 7-7:30 with an autograph signing taking place from 7 to 7:30 with the 2015 and 2016 Fifth Region championships.
Taylor County's Lady Cardinals, who completed their shortened game of April 11 with a 17-4 triumph at Veterans Memorial Park, tallied a run in the bottom of the eighth inning to edge Campbellsvile 12-11 at Veterans Memorial Park on Tuesday night.
Campbellsville High School's girls’ and boys’ tennis teams won the Heartland Conference tournament on April 18. Brooklyn Harris was the girls’ singles winner while Morgan Milby and Mallory Haley won the girls’ doubles and Zack Settle and Cass Kidwell won the boys’ doubles. Samuel Kessler was runner-up in the boys’ singles' bracket.
Marion County scored three runs in the top of the third and held on for a 3-2 softball victory at Taylor County on Tuesday.
The Lady Cardinals (7-10) battled back to a 3-1 deficit in the bottom of the frame tallied another run in the sixth.
Madison Burress paced TCHS’ five-hit attack with a pair of singles and a run batted in while MaKayla Sabo, Autumn Henderson and Sydnee Beard had one hit apiece.
Only one of three runs allowed by Kenzie Carney was earned.
Campbellsville High School’s Lady Eagles posted back-to-back softball wins to improve to 10-6 on the season.
The Lady Eagles took their first district victory this season with a 4-1 road triumph at Adair County on Tuesday.
MaKenzie Murrell had two singles and a double while Keena Angel singled and hit a solo home run and Brenna Wethington singled and doubled.
Kailey Morris doubled for CHS and Paige Dabney earned the pitching win.
Morris picked up the win in Thursday’s 9-4 win over Thomas Nelson.