• Centre Cross Country: Men qualify for Nationals, women take fourth place at Regionals


    Centre College

    The Centre men's cross country team qualified for the 2010 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships with a second-place finish at the South/Southeast Regional Meet on Saturday in Memphis, Tenn. The Centre women's team took fourth place at the South/Southeast Regional Meet.

    Centre’s men's team to qualified for nationals as a team for the fifth time in the last seven years. Senior Clinton Cahall (Georgetown, Ohio) led the way for the Colonels with a second place finish completing the race in 24:54.

  • SCC women top Berea


    St. Catharine College

    The St. Catharine Patriots improved their record to 3-2 Tuesday with a 63-50 win over the visiting Berea Mountaineers.

    Danielle Brown led the Patriots with 19 points and seven rebounds. Machera Calhoun added 11 points.

    The Patriots took a 6-0 lead to begin the game and never trailed. The loss sends Berea’s record to 1-5. The Patriot women travel to Walsh University (Ohio) Friday. The next home game for the Patriots is Nov. 30 against IU-Southeast.

  • No. 2 Campbellsville tops No. 5 Cumberland in MSC wrestling duel


    Campbellsville University Sports Information

    Campbellsville University improved to 3-0 on the year Thursday in Gosser Gym, as the second-ranked Tigers ran away with a 31-13 win over No. 5 Cumberland University in the first Mid-South Conference duel of the season.

    In the only Top 5 individual match of the night, fifth-ranked Noah Hunt got an early escape to beat No. 3 Johnny Papesh and give Cumberland an early 3-0 match lead.

  • SCC men finish tourney 1-1


    St. Catharine College

    Just as every Mid-South Conference team, St. Catharine College views the Georgetown Tigers as the team to beat to beat each year. And this year, after meeting them last weekend in an early season tournament, J.T. Burton’s team will have three chances to upend the league’s perennial heavyweight.

  • SCC women go 1-1 … and 1


    St. Catharine College

    Lena Bramblett’s St. Catharine College women’s basketball team notched statistics in three categories last week. The Patriots won one game, lost one game, and had one other game that didn’t count at all.

  • Local players contribute in Centre win

    Centre College posted a 26-7 home win last weekend over Trinity University, building a 20-7 lead and never looking back.

    Senior Paul Downs, a Bardstown High School product, had a solid game on defense, tallying five solo tackles and one assisted, as well as contributing a pass break-up. Fellow senior Kent Simpson, a Bethlehem graduate, posted two solo tackles and two assists.