Campbellsville High School football team defeated Fort Knox on Friday, Sept. 22, to end this year’s homecoming week.
Final score was 49-8.
CHS will host Russell County on Friday, Sept. 29. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.
Dale Estes is the CHS head football coach.
Assistants are Herb Wiseman, Tyler Hardy, Robbie Gribbins, Bronson Gowdy, Aaron Webb and Will Griffin.
CHS head football coach Dale Estes, at left, lines up with, from left, sophomore Blake Allen, junior Tristan Johnson and seniors Austin Carter and Tyrion Taylor for the coin toss. The players are carrying a jersey in honor of Cameron Smith, who died in 2013 and would have been a senior at CHS this year.
CHS football players take the field.
CHS senior Ryan Wiedewitsch carries the Eagles flag onto the field.
CHS junior Tristan Johnson, at left, and sophomore Blake Allen tackle.
CHS junior Lane Bottoms leads his teammates as they tackle.
CHS junior Tristan Johnson and his teammates tackle.
CHS freshman Reggie Thomas jumps for the ball.
CHS sophomore Blake Allen drinks water during a timeout.
CHS senior Tyrion Taylor runs around a Fort Knox defender.
CHS senior Tyrion Taylor runs the ball.
CHS senior Devonte Cubit runs the ball.
CHS sophomore Malachi Corley gets set for a play.
CHS senior Tyrion Taylor, at left, and junior Dakota Reardon celebrate a touchdown.
CHS senior Tyrion Taylor, at left, and sophomore Braden Paige celebrate a touchdown.
CHS senior Tyrion Taylor kicks the ball.
CHS junior Ceondre Barnett gets ready to tackle.
CHS senior Devonte Cubit, at left, and sophomore Devon Reardon tackle.
CHS defensive linemen get set.
CHS freshman Arren Hash passes.
CHS freshman Arren Hash gets ready for the snap.
CHS sophomore Malachi Corley runs for a touchdown.
CHS sophomore Tyler Gribbins talks to his teammates.
CHS sophomore Mikael Vaught laughs as he and his classmates cheer on the Eagles.
CHS sophomore Mark Rigsby cheers for the Eagles.
CHS freshman Arren Hash listens as his coach calls a play.
From left, CHS juniors Glenn Lamer, Layton Hord and Ryan Kearney cheer for the Eagles.
CHS sophomore Haley Morris cheers for the Eagles.
CHS junior Dakota Reardon, at left, and sophomore Braden Paige tackle.
CHS junior Lane Bottoms tackles.
CHS freshman Riley Rainwater plays clarinet with the pep band.
CHS freshman Arren Hash looks for a teammate.
CHS juniors Daniel Johnson, at left, and Layton Hord cheer for the Eagles.
CHS players tackle.
Campbellsville Independent Schools Associate Superintendent and Finance Director Chris Kidwell kicks a field goal to win $50 for CHS senior Darius Wright in the Kick for Kids, sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau. Holding the ball is Campbellsville Elementary School AmeriCorps tutor Bradley Bates.
Kentucky Farm Bureau sponsors the Kick for Kids, which awards $50 for a successful field goal attempt during halftime. From left, front, are Campbellsville Elementary School third-grader Lanigan Price, fourth-grader Cameron Estes and third-grader Luke Adkins. Back, CES AmeriCorps tutor Bradley Bates, Campbellsville Independent Schools Associate Superintendent and Finance Director Chris Kidwell, who made the field goal, CHS senior Darius Wright, who received $50 for Kidwell’s successful kick, and Farm Bureau agent Darrin Price.
CHS sophomores Tyler Gribbins, at left, and Braden Paige celebrate a touchdown.
CHS junior Charlie Pettigrew hands the ball to freshman Reggie Thomas.
CHS freshman Reggie Thomas runs the ball.
CHS sophomore Malachi Corley talks to his coaches after a touchdown and successful field goal kick.
CHS sophomore Blake Allen leads his teammates in a tackle.
From left, CHS seniors Devonte Cubit and Tyrion Taylor and sophomore Braden Paige celebrate the win.
CHS football players sing the school song after their win.