Today's Sports

  • CU edges Kentucky Christian 24-21

    Two fumbles and 10 points in the final minute of play sealed a Campbellsville University comeback against the Kentucky Christian University Knights 24-21 on Saturday afternoon at Huntington (West Va.) High School.
    The win pulled the Tigers even in Mid-South Conference East Division play at 2-2 and snapped a four-game losing streak.
    Senior placekicker David Hon won the game for the Tigers with a 32-yard field goal as time expired. The winning drive was set up after William Harris recovered a fumble, forced by a Derek Mincy sack, on the Knights’ 17 yard line.

  • CHS prevails as Eagles clash on...

    Fort Knox out-scored Campbellsville on touchdowns 4-3, but the home-standing Eagles of coach Jay Cobb had three touchdowns, two extra points, a conversion run and a field goal to edge the visitors 25-24 in Friday night’s regular-season finale.
    It only took Fort Knox, coached by CHS 1991 graduate Shawn Thompson, two plays to remove the zero from the board when Dominic Dingle went 63 yards on a reverse.

  • Cards survive Hart shoot-out 41-...

    Daulton Turpin scored four touchdowns and picked off a pass to lead Taylor County to a 41-39 victory on Friday night at Hart County.
    The Cardinals who stopped a five-game losing streak, used a balanced rushing attack to accumulate 316 yards and dominate the time of possession.

  • Faulkner beats Tigers in 59-49...

    Entering the game Saturday, everyone knew a losing streak was going to come to an end at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl. However, it was Faulkner University that came out on top in a barn burner victory over Campbellsville University, 59-49.
    Campbellsville pulled ahead by 11 points to go into halftime leading, 28-17, after scoring 14 unanswered points in the second quarter. The Eagles’ quarterback Josh Hollingsworth and his offense could not be stopped in the second half though, as the sophomore threw for a school record 564 yards and six touchdowns.

  • CHS Eagles coast past Berea 47-8

    Campbellsville’s Eagles picked up in Berea on Friday night right where they left off at Lynn Camp the week before.
    The Eagles raced out to a 34-point advantage in the first quarter and never looked back as they spoiled the Pirates’ Senior Night festivities with a 47-8 win.

  • Barren's second half dooms...

    Barren County broke away from a 6-6 half-time deadlock to upend the home-standing Taylor County Cardinals 40-12 on Friday night at Thomas Porter Stadium.
    Taylor County (3-6) struck first when freshman Hunter Christie connected with Daulton Turpin on a 33-yard touchdown pass over the middle on the first play of the second quarter.
    The Trojans (4-5) knotted the score with 1:58 left in the first half and then tacked on three third-quarter touchdowns and two fourth-frame tallies.

  • CU's Homecoming rally comes...

    When Campbellsville University and the University of the Cumberlands meet one can usually count on the game coming down to the final possession. Neither team disappointed the Homecoming crowd at Finley Stadium and HIG Field on Saturday, but the Tigers came up short on a comeback try, falling 20-13.

  • Retro Eagles wear another CKMSAC...

    Campbellsville Middle School won its eighth Central Kentucky Middle School Athletic Conference Bowl championship in the 24-year history of the league with a 14-8 overtime win over Hart County at Dave Fryrear Field.
    The Eagles, wearing the uniforms of the 2005 team (the last CMS squad to claim the title), trailed 8-0 when the Raiders scored with 2:33 left in regulation on a five-yard run and a conversion tally.

  • Eagles shellack Lynn Camp 53-0

    Campbellsville High School rode stellar performances from its seniors on Friday as the Eagles went on the road to get their first district win of the 2011 season, knocking off the Lynn Camp Wildcats 53-0.
    CHS (4-4) scored early and often during the Wildcats’  homecoming game as senior signalcaller Josh Hicks got the party started with a 19-yard strike to fellow senior Dra Thornton for the Eagles’ first score.
    Hicks was at it again in less than five minutes as he found senior Tyler Carson from nine yards out, pushing the CHS lead to 12-0.

  • Mercer pulls away from Taylor 43...

    Mercer County scored the game’s final 36 points to upend home-standing Taylor County 43-7 on Friday night at Thomas Porter Stadium.
    The Titans (4-4) needed only 57 seconds to score the game’s first touchdown after a short delay when the lights would not turn on at Clay Marcum Field.
    After Mercer County did not connect on a 27-yard field goal, Taylor County went 80 yards on 14 plays to knot the score at 7-7 on Dylan Bright’s 11-yard score and Raphael Cunha’s extra-point boot.