Hoppers Baseball: The Hoptown Hoppers got to enjoy an extra day of rest before the Ohio Valley League playoffs begin as their doubleheader at
Elsewhere in the OVL:
The Ohio Valley League playoffs begin with play in games this evening. Fourth place
High School Sports: The Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Board of Control this week received results of the latest playoff format survey conducted by the membership concerning football. 118 of 220 schools that play football indicate they wish to retain the current format of allowing four teams from each district to compete in playoff games.
There will be more discussion of football alignment for 2015-18 when the board meets again in November.
The Board of Control also completed the formal evaluation process of Commissioner Julian Tackett and awarded him with a new four year contract. Tackett became the 7th commissioner in June, 2010 and has worked with the KHSAA for 30 years.
Golf: The Garland Nissan City Am Golf Championship takes place this weekend with a number of local golfers participating in the event. Play will begin tomorrow at Hopkinsville Golf and Country Club, move to Western Hills on Saturday and concludes Sunday at the Links at Novadell.
Anthony Dempsey is the two time defending champion and is seeking to become only the second person to win the event four times, joining Mitchell Moore.
College Football: The Governor’s Cup news conference was held Wednesday previewing the September 14th matchup between
Many experts think
Meanwhile, first year coach Mark Stoops says he’s enjoyed coming into the spotlight as
College Basketball: The Tennessean reports Conference
The 2014 tournament is scheduled for
NFL: As the Tennessee Titans begin training camp, their top draft pick remains unsigned. Former
A rookie for the Tennessee Titans was praised by his coaches and teammates Wednesday as a hero. Former Clemson linebacker Jonathan “Tig” Willard was driving to training
He got the woman to pull over, rescued her along with her children and pet from the vehicle before it fully engulfed in flames. Willard told the Tennessean Wednesday he had to save the family. Willard signed as a free agent following this year’s NFL Draft.