Monday’s High School Sports Scores
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville shutout Trigg County 12-0, Fort Campbell defeated Christian County 3-1, Henderson County over Caldwell County 11-1, Todd Central nipped Muhlenberg County 2-1, Lyon County was also a 2-1 winner over Dawson Springs, Logan County defeated Franklin Simpson 11-1, Owensboro Catholic blanked Madisonville 2-0, Marshall County shut out Mayfield 10-0,
Boys Soccer: Henderson County defeated Christian County 5-0, Marshall County defeated Mayfield 6-2, Paducah Tilghman defeated St. Mary 7-3.
Volleyball: Hopkinsville defeated Fort Campbell 3 sets to none, Heritage Christian Academy defeated Franklin Road Academy 3-0, Logan County blanked Todd Central 3-0, Warren East was a 3-0 winner over Russellville, Muhlenberg County over Webster County 3-0, Graves County over Mayfield 3-0, Community Christian defeated St. Mary 2-0,
Today’s High School Sports Schedule
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville travels to Fort Campbell, Dawson Springs hosts Hopkins Central, Webster County at Union County, Lyon County hosts St. Mary, Graves County at Calloway County, Ballard Memorial at McCracken County.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville hosts Fort Campbell, Todd Central hosts Franklin Simpson, Logan County welcomes Lyon County, Dawson Springs hosts Hopkins Central, Trigg County at Caldwell County, Ballard Memorial at McCracken County, Marshall County at Graves County, Muhlenberg County hosts Owensboro Catholic.
Volleyball: Hopkinsville at Crittenden County, Fort Campbell at Trigg County, Todd Central at Russellville, Logan County at South Warren, Henderson County at Union County, McCracken County at Paducah Tilghman, Marshall County at Calloway County.
College Football: Former Austin Peay coach Bill Schmitz has died. The school reported in a news release Monday the 59-year-old Schmitz died of an apparent suicide in Tampa, FL. Schmitz coached Austin Peay from 1997-2002 compiling a 19-46 record, including a 7-5 mark in 2002, which was the Governors first winning season since 1974.
Western Kentucky has named Brandon Doughty the starting quarterback when the Hilltoppers meet Kentucky Saturday at Nashville’s LP Field. Doughty will make his second career start. Doughty beat out redshirt freshman DaMarcus Smith who originally signed with Central Florida. Smith will be the backup.
You can hear the game between UK and WKU Saturday beginning at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.
Louisville coach Charlie Strong says senior running back Seniorse Perry will start Sunday’s season opener against Ohio University. Perry is returning from a knee injury and beat out junior Dominique Brown-also returning from a knee injury-and Auburn transfer Michael Dyer. Strong said Monday all three would see action in the game.
The University of Tennessee has named junior Brandon Worley its starting quarterback. The Rock Hill, SC native was the only one of four quarterbacks on the roster with college game experience. Worley-who started three games last season-will lead the Vols into action Saturday against Austin Peay in Knoxville.
College Basketball: Western Kentucky has an addition to its program. 5-9 freshman guard Brandon Price of Radcliff will be a walk on this season. Smith was a three year starter and four year letterman at John Hardin High School. Smith was a second team All State player his senior year for the Bulldogs averaging 17.9 points and 6 ½ assists.
Tennessee forward Jeronne Maymon thinks he will be at 100 percent when the Vols open the season. Maymon continues to recover from a knee injury which forced him to miss all of last season. Maymon says he is not as explosive as before the injury, but believes that will improve as his senior season goes along. Tennessee opens the season meeting Xavier November 12th .
NFL: The Tennessean reports the Tennessee Titans announced Monday former quarterback Kerry Collins will replace Keith Bulluck on the telecast of Thursday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Bulluck was arrested early Sunday morning after working Saturday night’s game with Atlanta following an alleged altercation outside a Nashville night club involving a cab driver.