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Today's Sports

  • Kimberland-led Lady Tigers...

    Daizah Kimberland tallied fist-half points to help Campbellsville University to a 45-21 half-time cushion and coach Ginger Colvin’s Lady Tigers cruised to a 70-54 triumph in the Powell Athletic Center on Saturday afternoon.
    For the second time during the week, the Lady Tigers were able to use all eligible players and most of them for at least five minutes.
    Kimberland finished with 19 points while Caroline Allen, who a pair of three-point shots, finished with 10.

  • Lady Cards handle Hart

    Taylor County High School’s Lady Cardinals stopped their four-game losing streak by upending Hart County on the road 52-38 on Saturday night.
    “We looked a lot better,” coach Whitney Hooper said. “We got back to playing hard.”
    The Lady Cardinals (11-10) broke away from a 12-11 first-quarter lead to take the last three periods 11-7, 15-9 and 14-11 to win for the second time over the Lady Raiders (5-14).

  • TCHS can't overcome Kennard...

    Taylor County High School boys fell to junior All-American Luke Kennard and the Franklin City (Ohio) Wildcats in the next-to-last tilt at the King of the Bluegrass Showcase at Fairdale on Saturday.
    The Cards suffered their fifth loss in 22 decisions this year as the left-handed Kennard had 45 points, 14-26 from the field with two threes and 15-19 free throws, and 13 rebounds.

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  • Lady Hornets maintain three-...

    No one would ever realize that Metcalfe County’s Lady Hornets entered their road game at Taylor County at 5-13 and coming off a six-game losing skid.
    6-2 freshman MacKenzie Coleman and sophomore guard Jordan Samuels powered the visitors of coach Peter DiStefano to a 47-37 triumph in somewhat easy fashion.
    The Lady Hornets, whose other three starters were juniors, tallied their first 34 points on 17 two-point field goals before hitting five of six free throws around four more deuces down the stretch.

  • Danville defeats traveling Eagles

    Campbellsville missed 15 of 28 charity tosses and were out-scored 19-5 in the third quarter.
    Both were deadly combinations for the Eagles in their 57-48 road loss to Danville on Friday night.
    Campbellsville led 14-7 at the first-quarter stop and still held a 28-25 advantage at the intermission.
    However, the third frame saw the Eagles relinqiush the lead for good.
    Damontez Smith was the lone CHS starter in double-digit points with a game-high 25 while reserve Chris Lasley hit four threes to finish with 13.

  • CHS and Marion will flip-flop...