High School Football: The Christian County Colonels and Hopkinsville Tigers both opened their football seasons last night. The Colonels lost their season opener to
Both teams are back in action next Saturday in the Toyota of Hopkinsville/Jerry Claiborne Bowl as
Other scores from around the area last night:
Mayfield defeated Fort Campbell 37-21, Russellville over Trigg County 41-21, West Creek over Todd Central 42-0, Butler County blanked Logan County 47-0, Webster County edged Hopkins Central 19-14, Madisonville upset Warren Central 27-13 in the Russell Rivals Bowl, Ohio County defeated Muhlenberg County 31-14, Crittenden County routed Fulton City 34-6, Henderson County slid by Evansville Reitz 24-21, Owensboro over Daviess County 42-24, Owensboro Catholic defeated Apollo 45-6, South Warren shut out Warren East 35-0.
One other game of note, the 2nd ranked team in the nation in the USA Today Super 25 Louisville Trinity, lost to the 18th ranked team in the USA Today Super 25 Ensworth 27-26 in the season opener for both teams.
Games this evening:
High School Soccer: Girls games today have
Boys games have
College Football: The Lexington Herald Leader reports the
Meanwhile, the Wildcats have lost wide receiver Rashad Cunningham. He will practice with the team but not play in games. Kentucky Sports Radio reports Cunningham is academically ineligible.
Defensive tackle Patrick Grafree announced via Twitter Friday he was transferring to
Austin Peay had its final fall scrimmage Friday in Governors Stadium. The Leaf Chronicle reports the defense had its way with the offense in the contest. Coach Kirby Cannon also announced Andrew Spivey will be the starting quarterback when the Governors play at
College Softball: WBKO-Bowling Green reports Amy Tudor has been named the new softball coach at