High School Football: Week 3 takes place beginning this evening with a number of area teams in action.
Christian County travels up the Pennyrile Parkway to face Henderson County. The southern Colonels are 1-1 following a 28-25 win over Hillsboro last week, while the northern Colonels are 2-0 following a 16-13 victory over Evansville North.
Kickoff is at 7, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 6:35 on News/Talk WHOP and worldwide at whopam.com.
The Hopkinsville Tigers return to action tomorrow night in the KME/David Sadler Bowl meeting host Trigg County in Cadiz. The Tigers are 2-0 on the season while Trigg County is 1-1. Pre game coverage begins at 7:35 pm on News/Talk WHOP and online at whopam.com.
Other games this evening: Fort Campbell entertains Fort Knox in the annual Army Bowl game, Todd Central is at Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County goes to Ohio County, Logan County welcomes Franklin Simpson, Russellville is at Butler County, Madisonville hosts Central Hardin, Hopkins Central travels to Muhlenberg County.
Union County at Webster County, Graves County goes to Murray, Marshall County entertains Allen County Scottsville, Owensboro Catholic is at Owensboro, Apollo goes to Daviess County, Greenwood at South Warren, Warren Central entertains DeSales, Bowling Green travels to St.X, Warren East at Monroe County.
Thursday’s High School Scores
Volleyball: Caldwell County defeated University Heights 2 sets to 1 in the 2nd region All A Classic with Livingston Central defeating Crittenden County 2-0 before Caldwell County won the championship over Livingston Central 2-0. Christian County was a 3-0 winner over Fort Campbell, Heritage Christian Academy defeated North Hardin Christian 3-0, Todd Central lost to Muhlenberg County 3-0, Logan County defeated Greenwood 3-1, Russellville over Butler County 2-0, Hopkins Central blanked Madisonville 3-0.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville rolled over Caldwell County 10-0, University Heights defeated Fort Campbell 10-3, Christian County over Todd Central 3-1, Logan County over Franklin Simpson 8-1.
Boys Soccer: Christian County over Lyon County 10-2, Hopkinsville over Calloway County 5-3, Heritage Christian Academy defeated North Hardin Christian 5-4 on penalty kicks, Logan County over Todd Central 4-2, Murray defeated Trigg County 4-1, Marshall County edged Madisonville 4-3, Muhlenberg County over Hopkins Central 7-1.
Golf: Hopkinsville’s boys and girls played in a match at Trigg County Thursday. In the boys match, Hopkinsville fired a 165 team score to finish second behind Trigg County at 157 and Caldwell County was third with 169.
TJ Janes was low man for the Tigers with 37, with Austin Knight and Jay Camp each scoring 42, Wade Perry and Dylan Henderson each had 44.
Cole Gardner led Trigg County with 37 and Caldwell County was led by Will Taylor who was medalist with 36.
In the girls match, Hopkinsville had 188 and Trigg had 287. Madison Cheney was medalist with 40, while Hopkinsville was led by Dacie Bolton with 43. Other Hopkinsville scores were Jessica Shelton and Mattison Lawrence with 48, Bailey Downs 49, Kaitlyn Slaughter 54 and Caitlyn Shelton with 57.
Volleyball: University Heights is participating in the Queens of the Court tournament at Central Hardin.
Boys Soccer: University Heights hosts Dawson Springs in the 2nd region All A Classic, with Henderson County at Castle, IN.
Girls Soccer: Madisonville hosts Calloway County.
College Football: There’s a full schedule of games coming up tomorrow. The Kentucky Wildcats will try to get their first win of the season as they host the Redhawks of Miami of Ohio. Pre game coverage on the air from Commonwealth Stadium is at 9:30 am on Lite 98.7.
Western Kentucky looks for its second win over a Southeastern Conference school in as many weeks as the Hilltoppers play at Tennessee. The Volunteers are also 1-0 on the season following a win last week over Austin Peay. Pre game coverage begins at 10 am from Neyland Stadium on News/Talk WHOP.
Austin Peay plays its second SEC opponent in as many weeks as the Governors are at Vanderbilt. Murray State plays its home opener against Campbellsville and 8th ranked Louisville hosts Eastern Kentucky.