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CMS, CHS cross country runners win in Green County

Campbellsville middle and high school cross country runners competed in the first meet of the season in Green County on Thursday, Aug. 24. Runners competed in the 1.6-mile race and brought home several awards. In the varsity boys’ race, CHS junior Ian McAninch finished in 26th place overall, at 10:49. Jonathan Sparks, a freshman, was

CHS senior athletes honored

Campbellsville High School senior athletes were honored on Tuesday, Feb. 14. CHS boys’ basketball players took on Green County that night, and were honored before tipoff. This year’s CHS boys’ varsity basketball team includes four seniors – Micah Corley, Ricky Smith-Cecil, Zack Bottoms and Darius Bell. In addition to those senior players, CHS golf player

CHS cross country team ends season

Campbellsville High School cross country team finished its season last month, with two runners nearly qualifying for the state meet. On Tuesday, Oct. 18, the team competed at Miller Park in a last chance meet. In the elementary division, Campbellsville Middle School fourth-grader Abbie Oliver finished the race in 8:27. In the middle school division,

CHS senior cross country runner makes all conference team

Campbellsville High School cross country team competed on Thursday, Oct. 13, in the Heartland Athletic Conference meet at Miller Park in Campbellsville. Kyrsten Hill, a senior, was the top finisher for the CHS team and was named to the Heartland Conference All-Runner team. In the elementary race, Campbellsville Middle School fourth-grader Abbie Oliver finished in

CHS cross country team brings home awards

Campbellsville High School cross country team brought home several awards from recent meets. On Thursday, Sept. 22, the team competed at Miller Park against Marion, Hart and Taylor counties. The elementary race was 1,600 meters, and the middle school races were 2,650 meters. Varsity runners ran the 5K distance. Campbellsville Middle School boys’ runners won

CMS, CHS cross country teams bring home awards

Campbellsville middle and high school cross country teams competed at the Cow Days Cross Country Festival Race in Green County on Thursday, Sept. 15, and brought home several awards. Medals – in the form of cow tags – were given to those who finished in the Top 10 in each race. For the CMS team,

CMS, CHS cross country teams finish well at Tiger Run

Campbellsville middle and high school cross country teams finished well at the St. X Tiger Run at Louisville Champions Park on Saturday, Aug. 26. For the CMS team, fifth-grader Karleigh Oliver finished 161st out of 322 runners, in 15:15.60. She was a top half finisher and placed 10th out of the fifth-graders competing. Seventh-grader Serenity

CMS, CHS cross country teams begin season

Campbellsville middle and high school cross county teams competed in the first meet of the season on Thursday, Aug. 25, and placed well. The meet was at Green County High School. The CMS and CHS runners ran in the 2700-meter race. In the middle school girls’ race, CMS fifth-grader Karleigh Oliver finished in third place,

CMS, CHS cross country seasons to begin Aug. 25

Campbellsville middle and high school cross country teams will begin their season on Thursday, Aug. 25. This year’s team is made up of 13 runners. They include fourth-grader Abbie Oliver; fifth-grader Karleigh Oliver; seventh-graders Serenity Ford and Seth Hash; eighth-graders Arren Hash, Jake Dicken and Jonathan Sparks; freshmen Zoe McAninch and Gracyne Hash; sophomores Evan

CHS cross country teams win at Heartland Athletic Conference championships

Campbellsville High School cross country teams took home several awards at the Heartland Athletic Conference championships on Thursday, Oct. 22, at Miller Park.   In the elementary race, Campbellsville Middle School fourth-grader Karleigh Oliver took home first place.   In the middle school race, CMS eighth-grader Zoe McAninch won the girls’ race and sixth-grader Serenity