High School Football: The 2013 season begins this evening with a number of great matchups.
Christian County-ranked among the top 10 in Class 5-A-travels to meet the defending Class 2-A runner up Caldwell County Tigers who are ranked pre season number one in some polls. Kickoff is at 7 in
The Hopkinsville Tigers open the season this evening over in
Other games: Trigg County hosts Russellville, Todd Central travels to West Creek, TN, Logan County at Butler County, Madisonville meets Warren Central in the Russell Rivals Bowl at Greenwood, Hopkins Central entertains Webster County, Muhlenberg County hosts Ohio County, Henderson County at Evansville Reitz, Apollo at Owensboro Catholic, Owensboro at Daviess County, Warren East at South Warren, Crittenden County at Fulton City.
Thursday’s High School Scores
Volleyball: University Heights defeated Fort Campbell 3 sets to none, Hopkinsville defeated Russellville 3 sets to 1, Todd Central over Franklin Simpson 3-0, Bowling Green edged Logan County 3-2, Hopkins Central over Union County 3-0, Christian Fellowship over Madisonville 3-1, Crittenden County over Webster County 3-0, Ohio County over Muhlenberg County 3-1, Graves County defeated Murray 3-1.
College Football: Two
Wildcat defensive lineman Alvin “Bud” Dupree and linebacker Avery Williamson were named to the third team. Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews was named to the first team as was
The biggest surprise was that Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manizel was named second team quarterback.
If you’re planning to attend a
Backpacks and large bags are prohibited from entering Commonwealth Stadium. Fans will be permitted to bring in one small bag, no larger than 13.5 inches by 10.7 inches. The bag must fit within sizing bins at all entrance gates of the stadium.
The Wildcats first home game is with
Western Kentucky coach Bobby Petrino told USA Today in an article published Thursday he made a mistake which cost him his job at Arkansas. Petrino says it’s something he has to live with every day for the rest of his life and is working hard every day to make things right, put it behind him and move forward.
Athletics director Todd Stewart is also quoted in the article as saying landing someone with Petrino’s credentials outweighed the baggage. As far as long term, Stewart says he hopes Petrino is in