Today's Sports

  • All-Fifth Region baseball teams...


    The Coaches’ All-Fifth Region Baseball Team consists of Brett Kearney from Campbellsville on the first team and Taylor County’s Levi Smith and Dustin Bennett on the second team and Cardinals’ Blake Dudgeon, Justin Hazel and Logan Tucker making honorable mention.
    Adair County’s Jared Denton and Brennen Milby and Chavis McDermott made the first team.
    Central Hardin junior Drew Harrington is the Player of the Year while Adair County’s Ryan McQueary was voted Coach of the Year.

  • Local softballers make West All-...


  • 2012 Football results/schedules

    University of Louisville (11-2)
    Sept. 2    Kentucky    32-14
    Sept. 8    Missouri State    35-7
    Sept. 15    North Carolina    39-34
    Sept. 22    @Fla. international    28-21
    Sept. 29    @Southern Miss    21-17
    Oct. 13    @Pittsburgh    45-35

  • Who's returning, who's...

    Two teams made the region and two squads did not and only in 1990 did all four of the local spring ball teams advance to Fifth Region tournament play.
    Campbellsville will be shooting for its sixth straight 20th District baseball crown in 2013, but must do so without double-digit winner Brett Kearney, who also led the Eagles in hitting while also playing shortstop and center field.
    Designated hitter Aylette Cowherd, shortstop-pitcher Lake Wiseman and third baseman Mason Wethington also have been lost to graduation for coach Kirby Smith’s club.

  • Little League District Tourneys...

    The week of July 4 means lots of celebrations and this year it also is the start of the Little League Baseball District 5 Tournament in Russell County.
    Campbellsville’s teams will begin play on Monday, July 2 vs. Glasgow with the 9-10-year-old sanctioned team playing at 7 p.m. (ET) and the 11-12-year-old sanctioned unit at 9 in the top bracket.
    The winner of those games will play Washington County on Tuesday, July 3 at the same times.

  • Campbellsville Youth Baseball...

    Tee Ball Players of the Game
    May 28
    4-year-old league
    Angels    Cross Watson
    Brewers    Emerson McVay
    5-6-year-old league
    Astros    Noah Dabney
    Orioles    N/A
    Dodgers    Jake Skaggs
    Blue Jays    N/A
    May 29
    4-year-old league
    Rockies    Jaxson Parrish
    Braves    Josiah Castenir
    5-6-year-old league

  • New tennis courts coming to...

    Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young hoped the city could repair the courts at the Miller Park Tennis Complex, but after Tennis Technology of Louisville assessed the situation the decision was made to replace the six courts.
    “The courts had been let go and now they’re dangerous,” Young said. “We hoped to repair them, but couldn’t. However, now they should look like brand new.
    “The asphalt was too thin and we can’t resurface. We’ll also have new nets and new fences.”

  • Three-run fourth sends Bruins...

    Five Central Hardin batters reached base with two outs in a three-run fourth inning on Wednesday as Central Hardin eliminated Campbellsville 4-1 in a Fifth Region Baseball Tournament semi-final encounter on Ron Myers’ Field at Elizabethtown.
    The Bruins struck first with two-out, first-inning doubles by Andrew Harrington and Derek Westerfield off Eagle starter Lake Wiseman.

  • Dooley named CHS' head...

    Campbellsville High School only needed to go down the hallway to find its new head girls’ basketball coach.
    The Eagles tabbed Richard Dooley as the 11th head coach in girls’ hoop history as a replacement for Cameron Jackson, who announced a week earlier that he was taking the boys’ head coaching position at Berea High School.

  • CHS whips Washington 7-3

    Campbellsville High School knocked off Washington County 7-3 in the last first-round game in the Fifth Region Baseball Tournament on Monday night in Elizabethtown.
    The Commanders (18-19), who entered the game 15-3 vs. region foes and 3-15 outside the region, struck with two runs in the top of the first inning.
    Three of the first four Washington County batters got hits with Tyler Coulter’s double scoring lead-off batter Thomas Spalding and Trae Abell’s single plating Coulter.