Friday night’s High School Football scores
Christian County traveled up the Pennyrile Parkway to Henderson County. The northern Colonels came away with their second straight victory in the series to improve to 3-0 on the season, defeating the southern Colonels 17-13.
Henderson County built a 10-0 lead in the third quarter before Christian County scored 13 unanswered points to take the lead. Henderson then got a fourth quarter touchdown from Russell Fuchs to ice the game. Christian County fell to 1-2 on the season and returns to action next Friday at Fort Campbell.
Other scores from last night: Fort Campbell won the annual Army Bowl over Fort Knox 47-8, Russellville rolled over Butler County 41-0, Franklin Simpson defeated Logan County 49-7, Caldwell County over Ohio County 55-26, Muhlenberg County routed Hopkins Central 46-0, Central Hardin defeated Madisonville 41-20, Union County over Webster County 47-7, McCracken County over Dyer County, TN 46-14, Graves County edged Murray 31-28, Allen County Scottsville got by Marshall County 35-28.
Owensboro over Owensboro Catholic 43-0, Daviess County defeated Apollo 20-8, South Warren over Greenwood 38-0, DeSales defeated Warren Central 40-27, Bowling Green won over St. X 39-25 and Monroe County defeated Warren East 25-20.
Tonight’s games: Hopkinsville meets Trigg County in the second game of the KME/David Sadler Bowl at Perdue Field in Cadiz. Coverage begins with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 7:35 on News/Talk WHOP and online at whopam.com.
The first game of the KME/David Sadler Bowl has Hancock County meeting Calloway County at 5 pm. Also this evening, it will be the 100th meeting between Paducah Tilghman and Mayfield in Paducah.
High School Sports Scores from Friday:
Volleyball: University Heights lost two matches at the Queens of the Court Tournament at Central Hardin, falling to Christ Presbyterian Academy 2 sets to none and to Meade County 2 sets to one.
Boys Soccer: University Heights over Dawson Springs 10-1 in the 2nd region All A Classic.
Girls Soccer: Madisonville shut out Calloway County 5-0.
Today’s High School sports schedule:
Volleyball: University Heights continues play in the Queens of the Court Tournament at Central Hardin, Ballard Memorial, Christian Fellowship, Carlisle County, Mayfield, Community Christian, St. Mary, and Fulton City are participating in the 1st region All A Classic.
Girls Soccer: Christian County plays at Trigg County, Madisonville meets Louisville Male, Muhlenberg County at Owensboro, McCracken County at Owensboro Catholic and Apollo, Paducah Tilghman hosts Obion County Central, TN, Calloway County and Daviess County both play Anderson County, Henderson County hosts McLean County, Marshall County plays Louisville Male and Daviess County.
Boys Soccer: University Heights goes to Elizabethtown, Todd Central at Warren East, Graves County at Apollo, Henderson County faces Lake Central, IN and Mater Dei, IN, Franklin Simpson travels to Owensboro Catholic.
College Football: The Kentucky Wildcats look to get their first win of the season today as they host Miami of Ohio. The teams last played in the 2009 season with Kentucky winning 42-0 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. Pre game coverage begins at 9:30 this morning on Lite 98.7.
Western Kentucky plays its second Southeastern Conference opponent in as many weeks as the Hilltoppers are at Tennessee today. WKU defeated Kentucky in Nashville last week, while Tennessee opened the season with a win over Austin Peay.
The last time the teams played in Knoxville in 2009 with the Volunteers taking a 63-0 victory. Pre game coverage begins at 10 am on News/Talk WHOP.
Austin Peay faces its second SEC opponent in as many weeks as the Governors play Vanderbilt for the first time in school history. Kickoff is at 6:30 this evening at Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville.
Murray State looks for its first win of the season as the Racers host Campbellsville University, while 8th ranked Louisville entertains Eastern Kentucky.
College Basketball: As he heads for induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame, Louisville coach Rick Pitino says he has no plans to slow down. The 60-year-old Pitino says he would like to coach when he’s 70. Pitino has won college national championships at Louisville and Kentucky and has taken three schools to the NCAA Final Four. Pitino is one of 12 people who will be inducted in Sunday’s ceremonies.
NFL: The Tennessee Titans open the 2013 season tomorrow afternoon as they will play the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. The two teams met last season at LP Field, with the Titans coming away with a 26-23 victory. Kickoff is set for 12 noon.
The NFL game of the week on News/Talk WHOP tomorrow features the Cincinnati Bengals at the Chicago Bears, with pre game at 11:30 am.
Golf: Franklin’s Kenny Perry is one shot off the lead heading into today’s second round of the Champions Tour’s Montreal Championship. Perry shot an opening round two under par 70 north of the border Friday and trails leader Dick Mast who had a three under 69. Paducah’s Russ Cochran fired an opening round one over par 73.