Friday night’s High School Football scores
Russellville edged Fort Campbell 42-35, Trigg County over Marshall County 35-24, South Warren routed Logan County 50-0, Northwest defeated Todd Central 42-19, Crittenden County over Hopkins Central 19-8 at the Kentucky National Guard Warrior Bowl, Muhlenberg County rolled over Webster County 39-6.
Henderson County over Evansville North 16-13, Mayfield nipped McCracken County 35-34, Graves County defeated Franklin Simpson 42-14, Evansville Reitz over Paducah Tilghman 28-16, Murray High routed Calloway County 42-7, Owensboro over Apollo 47-12.
Owensboro Catholic defeated Daviess County 37-13, Ohio County over Hancock County 35-27, Ballard Memorial routed Fulton City 42-0, Warren East over Barren County 32-14, Boyle County defeated Warren Central 26-16, Greenwood over Allen County Scottsville 17-6.
Tonight’s games: Christian County and Hopkinsville play their first home games of the season as the Toyota of Hopkinsville/Jerry Claiborne Bowl takes place at the Stadium of Champions.
Christian County meets Hillsboro-coached by former Hopkinsville coach Craig Clayton-in the opening game at 5 pm. Both teams are coming off losses last week, Christian County at Caldwell County 45-22 and Hillsboro fell to Rossview 28-14 .
Hopkinsville meets West Creek in the second game at around 8 pm. Both teams were winners in their opening games-the Tigers at Greenwood 35-6, while West Creek defeated Todd Central 42-0. Coverage of both games begins with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 4:35 on News/Talk WHOP and online at whopam.com.
Other games this evening include Caldwell County meeting Union County in the Kentucky National Guard Warrior Bowl at Crittenden County and Bowling Green meeting Bryan Station in the Bluegrass Bowl at Lexington Catholic.
Friday’s High School Sports Scores
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville blanked Apollo 5-0 and Graves County defeated Ballard 1-0 at the Purples Classic at Bowling Green High School.
Volleyball: Heritage Christian Academy improved to 10-0 on the season with a 3 sets to none victory over Glasgow Christian Academy. The Lady Warriors return to action next Thursday at North Hardin Christian.
Today’s High School Sports schedule
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville plays Graves County and Ballard, Caldwell County meets Bowling Green and Bethlehem and Graves County plays Apollo who also plays Ballard at the Purples Classic at Bowling Green High. Todd Central hosts Union County, Dawson Springs welcomes Ballard Memorial, Madisonville hosts Henderson County, Marshall County entertains Owensboro Catholic.
Boys Soccer: Todd Central hosts Union County, Dawson Springs hosts Ballard Memorial, Madisonville travels to Owensboro, Warren Central at Warren East, Marshall County meets Lafayette and Mercer County, South Warren plays Mercer County and Lafayette, McCracken County meets Bethlehem and Bowling Green at the Purples Classic in Bowling Green.
Volleyball: Christian County continues play in the BVIT classic at Lafayette High School in Lexington.
College Football: There are a number of schools kicking off the 2013 season today.
The eras of Mark Stoops at Kentucky and Bobby Petrino at Western Kentucky begin as the schools square off at LP Field in Nashville. Kentucky seeks revenge after last year’s 32-31 overtime win by the Hilltoppers at Commonwealth Stadium. Kickoff at 6, with pre game coverage on the air at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.
New eras also begin today for Tennessee and Austin Peay as Butch Jones coaches his first game for the Vols and Kirby Cannon likewise for the Governors. Kickoff in Knoxville is at 5 pm. Murray State opens its season for the second time in school history at Missouri this evening.
The Louisville Cardinals open their season tomorrow at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, hosting Ohio University.
Scores from last night saw Miami defeat Florida Atlantic 34-6, Texas Tech over SMU 41-23, North Dakota State upset Kansas State 24-21, Houston routed Southern University 62-13 and Army over Morgan State 28-12.
College Basketball: Austin Peay coach Dave Loos announced Friday junior college transfer Markee Mayzck will not join the Governors this season. The 6 foot 5 forward who played last year for Frederick Community College in Maryland, failed to meet Austin Peay’s academic entrance requirements. The Governors will now have three available scholarships for the 2013-14 season.
College Baseball: Three members of Austin Peay’s team will not be returning this year. According to a news release, junior infielder Brett Carlson and sophomore first baseman Kyle Schlatter are transferring to other schools. Senior designated hitter Michael Davis is not returning due to violation of team and athletic department policies.
Davis played in 40 games last year, primarily as the Governors DH hitting .262 with 6 home runs and 19 RBI. Schlatter played in 30 games with a .211 average and 8 RBI. He made 13 starts as the DH. Carlson made 41 appearances with 21 starts hitting .235 with 11 RBI.