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Cumberland wins season opener 48-38

CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY -- Cumberland Universty and Campbellsville staged a track meet of sorts Saturday afternoon as the Bulldogs opened up the 2008 football season with a 48-38 road victory.

Junior quarterback Matt Eads threw for 401 yards and four tuchdowns, two to WR Josh Crouch.

"We weren't sure what we were going to get today," said CU coach Dewayne Alexander. "We had a little letdown in the fourth quarter. We had some things we were disappointed in, but bottom line, we went on the road and came away with a win. I'm awfully proud of our guys."

Temperatures hovered in the mi-90's as both teams went deep into their bench with Campbellsville reeling off an incredible 103 offensive plays. The two teams combined for 1,208 yards -- 526 for the Bulldogs.

Cumberland returns to action next Saturday as they travel to UT-Chattanooga.

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Maple Hill Sports Center offers Fit-4-Life program

LEBANON -- Maple Hill Sports Center, 105 Carver Lane, is holding sign-ups for a fun after-school recreation program for elementary children in grades 1-6, 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays.

Space is limited so please call today. The program (FIT-4-Life) will begin in September and will offers recreational fun that encourages fitness and builds coordination and agility; daily inspirational motivation and positive life skills; fun games and sports training for a variety of different sports.

Brian Gaines, a licensed sports trainer and coach, and owner of “Knowledge of the Game” sports training company, along with other athletes will provide the sports training.

“We just completed our second year in business, and we are excited to take the Sports Center to a new level, and offer a positive youth sports training/recreation program,” said Sports Center owner, Sue Siens.

“Brian Gaines comes highly recommended, and we are so pleased that he will be coordinating the training at our facility.  We have a fun, sports-oriented center with miniature golf, batting cages, aeroball (a trampoline/basketball game), arcade, and an event room.

"Since opening, we’ve had more than 300 birthday parties and group events.  It’s a perfect place for the recreation program".

For sign-ups and more information, call Siens at 557-7838 or email rangekid1@yahoo.com.  To see the facility, visit www.MHSportsCenter.com 
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