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Today's News

  • Campbellsville tops Bethlehem

     

    Malachi Corley and Charlie Pettigrew showed up and showed out Friday night, leading Campbellsville to its second straight Class 1-A, District 2 title.

    Corley caught eight passes for 237 yards and four touchdowns, while Pettigrew carried the ball 13 times for 142 yards and two scores in Campbellsville’s 44-16 win over Bethlehem at Lally Field.

    Campbellsville coach Dale Estes said Corley is a “special player.”

  • Cards rally past Titans, win district

     

    Jason Foley had a few goals in mind when he took over as head football coach at Taylor County. Among them, he wanted to knock down doors and do things that hadn’t been done before in the team’s history.

    After Friday night, the Cardinals can check one of those goals off the list.

  • Maynard wins invitational, conference titles

    Taylor County junior Ryan Maynard is starting to peak at the right time on the cross country circuit.

    Maynard cruised to victory in Saturday’s inaugural G.C. Parker Invitational at Miller Park, finishing the 5-kilometer race in 16 minutes, 19.77 seconds.

    Sophomore teammate Dalton Nunn was second, crossing in 17:25.96. Sophomore Noah Rogers was ninth in 19:12.25, while freshman Isaac Rogers placed 19th in 22:34.26.

    Bryan Station was the only team to field the full complement of five runners, winning the team title with 15 points.

  • Taylor wins district titles in soccer, volleyball

     

    Taylor County junior forward Ryan Maynard was in the right place at the right time last Thursday night; the only player who could get to a perfectly placed cross from junior midfielder David Silva.

    Maynard headed the ball in and Taylor County’s defense did the rest, shutting down the Hart County Raiders, 1-0 in the championship game of the Boys’ 18th District Soccer Tournament at Campbellsville Elementary School.

  • Audit finds no serious issues in County Clerk's office

     

    Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts Mike Harmon recently released his audit report for the Taylor County Clerk’s Fee Account. 

    The report had a total of six findings, many of which were repeat findings from the previous year. 

    The first finding involved a lack of adequate segregation of duties. This is a finding that was noted last year and in years past. The report notes the condition is a result of a limited budget, “which restricts the number of employees the county clerk can hire or delegate duties to.” 

  • Career Academy to partially open by Monday

     

    While not a full opening, the Central Kentucky Career Academy (formerly Taylor County Elementary School) on Lebanon Avenue is expected to partially open to students in the Taylor County, Campbellsville Independent, and Green County school districts on Monday, according to a statement by Taylor County Schools Superintendent Charles Higdon, Jr. at the Taylor County Board of Education meeting Monday night. 

  • Cards crush Jaguars, 34-0

     

  • Cards move into district soccer final

     

  • Lady Cards' Westbrook makes the cut

    Taylor County junior Addie Westbrook found out just how fickle the sport of golf can be at times.
    Westbrook ended the first round of last week’s KHSAA Girls’ State Golf Championships in a nine-way tie for sixth following a 1-over 73, but the second round at Bowling Green Country Club didn’t go as hoped.
    Westbrook shot an 86 on the second day, dropping into a two-way tie for 15th place with a two-day total of 159.

  • Talk with Holmes spurs Cardinals at state

    On a weekend in which he wound up finishing ninth in the Safeway Open in Napa, California, J.B. Holmes found time to talk to the current golf team of his alma mater, Taylor County High School.
    That talk helped spur the Cardinals to their first boys’ state golf championship in school history last weekend at Bowling Green Country Club. Taylor County rallied from a 10-shot deficit with six holes remaining to stun Louisville St. Xavier, winning by two shots.