Tuesday’s High School Sports Schedule
Girls Soccer: University Heights at Dawson Springs, Hopkinsville hosts Ohio County, Christian County goes to Ballard Memorial, Fort Campbell travels to Lyon County, Todd Central welcomes Logan County, Hopkins Central at Muhlenberg County, Madisonville hosts Daviess County, Calloway County at McCracken County, Owensboro at Union County, Marshall County at Graves County.
Boys Soccer: University Heights hosts Henderson County, Dawson Springs hosts Madisonville, Todd Central welcomes Muhlenberg County, Trigg County hosts Paducah Tilghman, Hopkins Central entertains Lyon County, Murray meets Mayfield in the 1st region All A Classic, Calloway County hosts St. Mary.
Volleyball: Hopkinsville goes to Hopkins Central, University Heights travels to Russellville, Todd Central at Trigg County, Madisonville at Henderson County, Webster County goes to Union County, Livingston Central at Crittenden County.
College Football: Kentucky is changing quarterbacks for Saturday’s home opener against Miami of Ohio. Maxwell Smith was announced as the starter Monday by Coach Mark Stoops. Smith was 8-13 passsing for 125 yards and a touchdown in relief of Jalen Whitlow in Saturday’s 35-26 loss to Western Kentucky. You can hear coverage of Saturday’s game at 9:30 am on Lite 98.7.
Speaking of Western Kentucky, the Tennessee Vols are not taking them lightly as the two teams square off Saturday afternoon in Knoxville. Coach Butch Jones said Monday the Hilltoppers have SEC talent and won’t be looking ahead to games at number three Oregon and number 10 Florida ahead in the next couple of weeks. Saturday’s game can be heard at 10 am on News/Talk WHOP.
University of Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was named Monday the American Athletic Conference offensive player of the week. Bridgewater tied a school record with five touchdowns in the Cardinals 49-7 win over Ohio University Sunday. Bridgewater now has 13 consecutive games where he has thrown at least one touchdown pass.
College Basketball: Louisville coach Rick Pitino said Monday guard Kevin Ware would not be rushing through his rehabilitation. Pitino told the Courier Journal he anticipates Ware beginning his rehab when practice begins in mid October. Ware suffered a broken tibia in the NCAA tournament against Duke in the Elite Eight.
Tennessee’s Lady Vols have received a 2014 commitment. The Knoxville News Sentinel reports 6-2 shooting guard Kortney Dunbar of Edwardsville, IL made her decision Sunday following an official visit to campus.