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CHS boys’ basketball award winners announced

Campbellsville High School boys’ basketball award winners were recently announced. Players were recognized and honored for their performance during the 2019-2020 season. Award winners follow. Varsity 110 Percent Award – Senior Mikael Vaught. Varsity Field Goal Percent Award – Senior Malachi Corley, at 47.6 percent. Varsity Three-Point Field Goal Percent Award – Junior Tristin Faulkner,

CHS athletic department creates Hall of Fame

Campbellsville High School athletic department has created an Athletic Hall of Fame. CHS Athletic Hall of Fame will recognize, preserve and promote the rich heritage of athletics at Campbellsville High School and the former Durham High School. Many CHS and Durham High School students have made extraordinary contributions and received countless accolades in high school

CHS football player to continue academic, football career at CU

Campbellsville High School senior Lathan Cubit will continue his academic and football career this fall at Campbellsville University. Cubit was honored recently in a special signing ceremony. CHS Principal Weston Jones said the day was a special one for Campbellsville High School. Jones said Cubit is an outstanding young man. “I think the world of

CHS senior to continue academic, football career at Campbellsville University

Campbellsville High School senior Tyler Gribbins will continue his academic and football career this fall at Campbellsville University. Gribbins was honored in a special ceremony recently with family and friends. CHS football head coach Dale Estes said Gribbins has been a great player for the Eagles. “He was always a team player and was willing

CHS tennis teams battle in tri-match

Campbellsville High School tennis teams recently battled Central Hardin and Taylor County in what would become its only match of the 2020 season. The CHS squads battled, but couldn’t get the wins. The remainder of the 2020 season was canceled. This year’s senior players include Cole Kidwell, Patrick Walker and Grant Rinehart. Tyler Hardy and

CHS honors senior athletes

Campbellsville High School honored its senior athletes in a special way on Wednesday, April 8. CHS joined schools across Kentucky in honoring Class of 2020 senior athletes by lighting its fields for 20 minutes and 20 seconds. The CHS baseball field, softball and track complex and Miller Park tennis courts were lit. Messages were written

CHS swim teams place at CU

Campbellsville High School swim teams recently competed at Campbellsville University. The girls’ team finished in eighth place, and the boys’ team was seventh. In the boys’ 50-meter butterfly, Campbellsville Elementary School fifth-grader Laityn Gray was fourth. In the girls’ 100-meter freestyle, Campbellsville Middle School eighth-grader Mollie Bailey finished seventh. CMS sixth-grader Natalie Contreras was 10th

CHS swim team competes at Lindsey Wilson College

Campbellsville High School swim team recently competed at Lindsey Wilson College. The girls’ and boys’ teams competed against Adair, Green and Taylor counties. Overall, the girls’ team finished second. The boys’ team was third. And the CHS team finished in third place overall. In the girls’ 50-yard freestyle, senior Isabella Osborne was first. Campbellsville Middle

CHS archery team competes in region shoot

Campbellsville High School archery team recently competed in the NASP Region 5 high school regional shoot in Elizabethtown. The CHS team finished in 12th place out of 18 teams. In the girls’ competition, sophomore MaCayla Falls finished third. Campbellsville Middle School archers finished in 15th place out of 30 teams. Eighth-grader Hunter Falls finished in

CHS archery team wins at Taylor County

Campbellsville High School archery team recently brought home several awards at Taylor County. The CHS team finished first, defeating Taylor, Elizabethtown and Wayne counties. CHS archers scored 3,239 points. MaCayla Falls, a sophomore, finished first in the girls’ competition, with a score of 285. In the boys’ competition, senior Cole Kidwell was second, with 280