High School Basketball
Boys: Fort Campbell over Todd Central 67-59, Calloway County over Caldwell County 68-49, Murray defeated Livingston Central 70-64, Lyon County edges Hopkins Central 66-62, Union County over Owensboro Catholic 60-50 and Warren Central defeated Russellville 66-63.
Girls: Todd Central defeated Fort Campbell 48-30, Barren County over Logan County 51-38, Muhlenberg County over Ohio County 64-45, Mayfield defeated Heath 60-50, Graves County defeated Carlisle County 54-49 in overtime.
Hopkinsville hosts Todd Central in a boy-girl doubleheader at Tiger Gym. The girls game begins at 6, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 5:45 on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP and whopam.com.
Girls: Christian County hosts Marshall County, Fort Campbell goes to Community Christian, Madisonville at Owensboro, Dawson Springs hosts Hopkins Central, Caldwell County welcomes Calloway County, Union County hosts Crittenden County, Warren Central at South Warren.
Boys: Fort Campbell at Community Christian, Dawson Springs hosts Hopkins Central, Bowling Green goes to Muhlenberg County, Lyon County hosts Marshall County, Murray goes to Lone Oak, Madisonville at Owensboro, Warren Central at South Warren, Paducah Tilghman hosts Reidland.
Monday’s women’s scores: Murray State defeated Longwood 86-77, SIU Edwardsville defeated Austin Peay 72-61, 2nd rated Notre Dame defeated 9th ranked Tennessee 72-44.
Tonight’s games: Top ranked Kentucky meets Georgia in Athens, with Countdown to Tipoff on the air at 6:30 on Lite 98.7.
Other games: Vanderbilt hosts Tennessee.
Murray State’s Isaiah Cannan was named the Ohio Valley Conference player of the week for the fourth time this season Monday. Canaan averaged 20.5 points a game in wins for the Racers over Morehead State and SIU Edwardsville.
Austin Peay junior guard Jerome Clyburn was named co Ohio Valley Conference newcomer of the week Monday. Clyburn averaged 11 points in wins for the Governors at Eastern Illinois and SIU Edwardsville last week.
Kentucky is the new number one in both major college basketball polls this week. Murray State moved up to 9th in the ESPN/USA Today poll, while the Racers are 11th in this week’s Associated Press poll.
The Tennessee Titans lost one member of their coaching staff, but gained another Monday. The Tennessean reports Keith Millard was hired to be a Titans defensive assistant, while longtime coach Dave McGinnis will reunite with former Titans coach Jeff Fisher in St. Louis as assistant head coach.
The Nashville Predators won for the 11th time in the last 13 games Monday night, defeating Columbus 4-1 at Bridgestone Arena.