Today's Sports

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    Heartland Athletic Conference Trace Meet at Marion County

  • Lady Tiger softball, Tiger...

    Lady Tigers get beat in MSC Tourney ‘if necessary’ tilt
    Campbellsville University forced an if necessary game Saturday, but Lindsey Wilson put away their third straight MSC Softball Tournament championship by scoring nine first-inning runs in the title tilt, winning 20-2.
    The Lady Tigers had won six straight tourney games (after a loss in the opener) to force a second game, taking charge of the morning encounter 11-7 on the shoulders of Courtney Turpin’s seven-hit, complete-game win.

  • Spring sports action

    Lady Cardinals divide games against 18th District softball foes
    Taylor County defeated LaRue County 7-5 on April 26 as Hannah Howard went the first 5 2/3 innings and Karissa Mings recorded the final four outs.
    Haley Franklin’s three-run homer was huge for the Lady Cardinals.
    Last Thursday, Taylor County (21-8) dropped a 2-0 decision at Green County as Kasey Estes struck out 13 for the Lady Dragons while allowing only two hits — a single by Franklin and a double to Hannah Milby.

  • Cards need only three hits to...


  • Mings-powered Lady Cards crush...


    Karissa Mings slugged a pair of three-run homers and Becca Orberson tossed a three-inning shut-out as Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals downed Campbellsville 15-0 in high school softball on Tuesday at Clark Field.

    20th District final softball standings
    Marion County    5-1
    Taylor County    4-2
    Adair County    3-3
    Campbellsville    0-6

  • Cards lead district race at half...


  • First sighting of Ballinger left...

    Sports editors aren’t the best judge of athletic talent. But, the old saying “a blind squirrel will find a nut ever once in a while” holds true in at least this one case.
    It was December of 2005 when I traveled to Russell County to watch Taylor County play Marion County in a holiday tournament basketball game.
    The game before that pitted Glasgow vs. Carroll County. I found a little interest in that game since the Carroll County coach, Randy Mefford, had played basketball and golf at Campbellsville College.

  • Ballinger begins new career


  • Lady Tigers slide in MSC...

    Georgetown College (30-12, 16-4) swept Campbellsville University (32-18, 14-7) softball in convincing fashion Tuesday afternoon, 6-0, 5-1.
    Jordan Cornett singled in the first and Courtney Turpin singled in the second for CU’s only hits in the first game.
    CU led 1-0 in the second game when Heather Oakley hit her eighth homer of the season. But Campbellsville was relegated to only three more hits  — Bailey Dillender, Brooke Boils and Kristin Benton.

  • CU baseball sweeps Cumberlands

    The baseball Tigers swept their Mid-South Conference three-game series with Cumberlands over the weekend and downed Cumberland (Tenn.) on Tuesday.
    After a 13-3 romp on Friday (behind Chance Kopacz’ four-RBI game), Ryan Richardson and Michael McBride hurled shutouts on Saturday.
    Rusty Devitt improved to 3-0 as CU upended Cumberland (Tenn.) 9-2.
    CU travels to Rio Grande this weekend.