Monday’s High School Sports Schedule
Girls Soccer: Fort Campbell hosts Trigg County, Todd Central travels to Butler County, Dawson Springs is at Muhlenberg County, Hopkins Central welcomes Lyon County and Henderson County at Bowling Green.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville goes to Paducah Tilghman, University Heights meets Mayfield in the All A Classic, Caldwell County at St. Mary, Trigg County at Union County, Dawson Springs goes to Muhlenberg County.
Volleyball: University Heights hosts Hopkinsville, Todd Central and Logan County are at Franklin Simpson, Russellville entertains Glasgow, Union County at McLean County, Paducah Tilghman at Community Christian, Graves County hosts Carlisle County.
High School Football: The first Cantrall rankings are out in today’s Lexington Herald Leader. Bowling Green is number one, with Scott County 2nd, Highlands 3rd, St. X 4th and Boyle County 5th. Mayfield is ranked 19th.
Weekend Wrap: Hopkinsville’s golf teams participated in the Marshall County Invitational Saturday at Calvert City Country Club. The Tigers finished 3rd behind winner Graves County who had 299. Hopkinsville had a 313 team score. TJ Janes led Hopkinsville with 75.
The Lady Tigers were 2nd at 359 behind host Marshall County. Hopkinsville was led by Dacie Bolton with 83.
Heritage Christian Academy’s volleyball team cruised to another win Saturday defeating Somerset Christian 3 sets to none to improve to 12-0 on the season. The Lady Warriors host Clarksville Academy tomorrow.
HCA’s soccer team lost to Somerset Christian 4-0 Saturday. Somerset Christian is the reigning KCAA state champion.
College Football: Kentucky coach Mark Stoops has his weekly call in show at 5 this evening on Lite 98.7. The Wildcats evened their mark at 1-1 with a win over Miami-Ohio Saturday and face Louisville this Saturday, with pre game coverage at 9:30 am on Lite 98.7.
Following Coach Stoops call in show this evening will be Big Blue Sports Weekly at 6 pm also on Lite 98.7.
Other games this Saturday have Western Kentucky at South Alabama with air time at 5:30 on News/Talk WHOP. Austin Peay goes to Chattanooga, Murray State hosts Missouri State, Tennessee travels to Oregon and Vanderbilt travels to South Carolina.
Louisville moved up one notch to 7th in both the Associated Press and USA Today college football polls which still have Alabama number one this week.
College Basketball: Louisville coach Rick Pitino was among the inductees into the Basketball Hall of Fame Sunday. Also inducted was former University of Tennessee and New York Knicks great Bernard King.
University of Tennessee women’s basketball coach emeritus Pat Summitt was also honored along with Earvin “Magic” Johnson with the Mannie Jackson-Basketball Spirit Award during the Hall of Fame ceremonies.
NFL: Jake Locker was efficient and Tennessee's defense held Pittsburgh's offense under 200 yards, as the Titans stunned the Steelers 16-9 in the season opener at Heinz Field. Locker was 11-of-20 for 125 yards, while Chris Johnson rushed for 70 yards for the Titans, who travel to Houston next Sunday.
The NFL's first week will wrap up tonight with a pair of "Monday Night Football" games. The early game will feature Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins against Michael Vick and the new-look Philadelphia Eagles. The game will also be the first NFL regular season game for Eagles' head coach Chip Kelly.
The late game will feature the San Diego Chargers hosting the Houston Texans.