Golf: The 94th edition of the Kentucky Open finished Thursday at Olde Stone Golf Club in
Dayton Jones fired a final round 76 Thursday and finished at 225, tying him for 37th place, while Tyler Mitchell of
Despite shooting a final round 74, Paducah’s Rick Cochran won the event with a 208 score, four shots better than Kris Maffet of Elizabethtown, Patrick Newcomb of Benton and Kyle Wilshire of Georgetown.
Talley’s second match came down to the last hole, despite leading
Jim Furyk and Adam Scott are co leaders after the first round of the PGA Championship at Oak Hill. Both fired 5 under par 65 on Thursday. Both Furyk and Scott had six biridies, with Scott birdying five holes in a row in one stretch.
High School Basketball: Defending 2nd region champion
The Tigers face Evansville Bosse in the Marshall County Hoopfest December 7th, meet Warren Central December 13th and
Hoptown will play in the Forcht Bank-King of the Bluegrass Tournament at Louisville Fairdale and the Wes Unseld Classic at Louisville Seneca in December. The Tigers will also play Indianapolis Park Tudor in the Kentucky-Indiana Challenge January 11th at Freedom Hall in
The Tigers will open 8th district play December 10th hosting University Heights and face Christian County January 18th at Tiger Gym and February 1st at Colonel Gym, with a February 4th date at University Heights.
College Football: Austin Peay announced the addition of six players to its roster Thursday.
In a news release, Coach Kirby Cannon said former
Meanwhile, freshman Antonio Turner of Western High in Louisville, and wide receiver Rashaan Coleman of Central High in Portage IN are coming to Clarksville along with former Germantown (TN) High quarterback Trey Taylor, who is transferring following two seasons at Central Arkansas.
NFL: The Tennessee Titans fell late to the Washington Redskins 22-21 last night at LP Field. Chris Johnson rushed for a 58 yard touchdown and Rusty Smith tossed a nine yard pass to Quinn Johnson midway through the 4th quarter before the Redskins stormed down the field and got the victory.
Newly acquired Shonn Greene also had a 19 yard TD for the Titans and Jake Locker was 7-11 for 58 yards but was sacked twice. The Titans return to action next Saturday at