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Campbellsville Middle School teacher Bradley Harris has been named Campbellsville
High School’s head boys’ soccer coach for the 2015-2016 season. Harris, a 2010 CHS graduate,
played multiple sports during his high school career. He continued his athletics career at
Campbellsville University, running cross country for four years. Harris completed a
Bachelor of Science degree in middle grade mathematics at CU.
Harris was the assistant boys’ soccer coach for the 2014-2015 season. He is a sixth-grade
math teacher at CMS and is married to Keely Humphress of Campbellsville.
For more information about the upcoming soccer season, contact Coach Harris at (270) 465-5121.
Taylor County High School has named new Head Coaches for the Lady Cardinal
Basketball Team and the Boys Soccer Team. TCHS Athletic Director Jeff Gumm says that
Tim Peterson will now guide the Lady Cards. Coach Peterson is a former 5th Region Coach
of the Year and has many years of coaching experience.
Luke Lawless has been tabbed for the Boys Soccer job. He was a great high school and
college player and is highly regarded within the soccer community.
Taylor County Schools are happy to have these two outstanding coaches as part of our athletic program.
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