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Today's Sports

  • Cougars to scrimmage 3A state...

    Campbell County High School's football team will host defending Class 3A state champion Knoxville Catholic for a scrimmage on Thursday, May 14 at 5:30 p.m. The scrimmage will be held on the game field at L. Hope Dossett Stadium, weather permitting. The Cougars are coming off back-to-back appearances in the Class 5A state playoffs. The Irish finished last season with a perfect 15-0 record.

  • Football fundraiser tourney set

    The annual Campbell County Football Fundraiser Golf Tournament is scheduled for Wednesday, May 27 at The Greens at Deerfield.

    The proceeds of this tournament will go to the CCHS Football Program.

    There will be no lunch served. This is strictly a fundraising event.

    Entry fee is $75 per player or $300 per team. Range balls are included. Appropriate attire is expected, soft spikes only. The format will be a four-person swat, best ball.

    Registration will be at 12:30 p.m. on May 27. Starting time is scheduled for 1:30 p.m.

  • White tops Orange, 24-18, in LMS...

    Quarterback Tyler Stickels ran for a touchdown and passed for another Tuesday afternoon to lead the White team to a 24-18 victory over the Orange in LaFollette Middle School’s spring intrasquad football game.

    Stickels got the White on the scoreboard first. Chris Stone tied it up for the Orange with the first of his three TDs.

  • Scrimmaging the big boys

    Rebuilding is a word that Dewayne Wells would like to eliminate from the Campbell County High School football vocabulary.

    So, instead of scheduling an opponent of equal or lesser ability for a spring scrimmage, the Cougars’ head coach decided to see what his returning players could do against defending Class 3A state champion Knoxville Catholic.

    Campbell County concluded nearly two weeks of spring practice by hosting the Irish on Thursday afternoon at L. Hope Dossett Stadium.

  • Middle school athletes wrap up...

    Several Campbell County middle school track and field athletes concluded an outstanding season during the recent sectional championships held hosted by Clinton.

    Jacksboro Middle had two event winners: Ethan Simpson in boy’s long jump (18-0) and Micheala Smith in girl’s discus (75-11).

    Ethan Miller finished second in boy’s discus to LaFollette’s Rusty Provins, who was crowned sectional champion after a school-record throw of 142 feet.

  • Legals even baseball series...

     The official schedule lists 10 baseball games for the Dave Dunaway Legals: five games vs. Lake City and five more vs. Eagle Tire, which are considered most important since they officially decide the Caryville Dixie Youth 11-12 championship.

    The Legals won the first game against Eagle Tire, 19-5. The two teams split the next two games.

    The May 1 contest is now known as the “mud bowl.” Torrential rains left the field in horrid conditions.

  • Soccer gains foothold on...

    The Jacksboro Eagles made a very successful debut this year while competing in the Smoky Mountain Middle School Boy’s Soccer League.

    Jacksboro won nearly half the games (6-8) it played, beginning with an 8-2 victory over West Valley on April 25 in the team’s very first game.

    Seventh-grader Benton Merritt and sixth-grader Olivia Brown scored three goals each during the contest,

  • Lady Cougars avenge earlier loss...

    After being beaten by Cumberland Gap earlier this season, the Campbell County High School softball team returned the favor Friday afternoon at Arlis Chapman Field.

    The Lady Cougars pulled out an 11-10 victory by making the plays they didn’t make during a run-rule loss last month. Latosha Carroll, a junior who has pitched all three of Campbell County’s wins this season, went the distance and struck out five batters in the most recent meeting of the two teams.

    “I thought we showed a little more cool,” said Ron Lasley, coach of the Lady Cougars.

  • Eagles, Lady Owls tops at local...

    LaFollette’s girls and Jacksboro’s boys won a middle school track and field meet Thursday afternoon at Campbell County High School’s L. Hope Dossett Stadium.

    The Lady Owls boasted seven event winners: Destiny Mayes in the two-mile run; Camille Reynolds in the 800; Samantha Leach in the hurdles, 200 meter dash and high jump; Chelsea King in the 400 meter dash and long jump; and the 4x800 relay (Reynolds, King, Madison Griffith, Leach).

  • Cougars win two in Kentucky...

    It’s a classic case of “better late than never” for the Campbell County High School varsity baseball team, which has won four of its last four games this year after starting the season 0-15.

    The Cougars finally beat Cumberland Gap last weekend after getting the Panthers on a neutral field during a tournament at Bell County, Ky.