Monday’s High School Sports scores:
Girls Soccer: Fort Campbell defeated Trigg County 7-3, Muhlenberg County blanked Dawson Springs 7-0, Lyon County edged Hopkins Central 4-3, Bowling Green shutout Henderson County 2-0.
Boys Soccer: University Heights slid by Mayfield 6-5 in the All A Classic, Paducah Tilghman defeated Hopkinsville 4-2, Trigg County over Union County 8-1, Caldwell County and St. Mary tied at 1-1, Muhlenberg County over Dawson Springs 10-0.
Volleyball: University Heights defeated Hopkinsville 3 sets to none, Logan County over Franklin Simpson 3-0, Carlisle County over Graves County 3-1, Community Christian over Paducah Tilghman 3-0, Union County over McLean County 3-0.
Golf: Hopkinsville, Christian County and Fort Campbell played a boys match Monday at Hopkinsville Golf and Country Club. The Tigers won with 157, Christian County had 181 and Fort Campbell had 280.
Grant Stamper was medalist and led Hopkinsville with 38, Ricky McGraw led Christian County with 41 and Fort Campbell was led by Brian Hedrick with 55.
The three schools also played a girls match with Hopkinsville’s Mattison Lawrence the medalist with 45, Christian County’s Bailey Rowe had 55 and Fort Campbell’s Madison Witzbeg had 50.
Today’s High School Sports schedule
Girls Soccer: University Heights hosts Murray, Christian County entertains Union County, Hopkinsville travels to Marshall County, Trigg County goes to Crittenden County, Caldwell County hosts Madisonville, Dawson Springs at St. Mary, Hopkins Central goes to McLean County, Muhlenberg County is at Webster County, Paducah Tilghman at Ballard Memorial, Calloway County welcomes Mayfield, Henderson County entertains South Warren.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville welcomes Caldwell County, Fort Campbell entertains Graves County, Todd Central goes to Franklin Simpson, Logan County hosts Ohio County, Trigg County hosts Lyon County, Hopkins Central at Madisonville, Dawson Springs goes to St. Mary, Muhlenberg County entertains Apollo, Calloway County hosts Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman is at Ballard Memorial.
Volleyball: Christian County entertains Bowling Green, Hopkinsville travels to Muhlenberg County, Fort Campbell is at Madisonville, Heritage Christian Academy hosts Clarksville Academy, Caldwell County hosts Hopkins Central, Logan County hosts Daviess County, Trigg County goes to Crittenden County, Marshall County hosts Ballard Memorial, Murray welcomes Community Christian, Livingston Central at Union County.
High School Football: The Courier Journal’s first Litkenhous rankings of the season has Bowling Green number one, followed by Scott County, Trinity, Highlands and St. X in the top 5. Owensboro is ranked 17th.
In the six classes, Russellville leads Class A, DeSales in 2-A, Belfry in 3-A, Highlands in 4-A, Bowling Green in 5-A and Scott County in 6-A.
The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green is first, Graves County 10th and for the first time in recent memory Christian County is not in the top 10. The Colonels are among others receiving votes.
Class 3-A: Louisville Central remains number one, South Warren 3rd, Paducah Tilghman 6th and Fort Campbell 10th.
Class 2-A: Caldwell County is number one, Owensboro Catholic 7th and Murray 8th.
Class A: Mayfield remains number one, Russellville is 2nd.
Class 4-A: Highlands is first, Owenboro 4th and Madisonville is just out of the top 10 at number 11.
Class 6-A: Trinity is first with Henderson County ranked 6th.
College Football: Louisville coach Charlie Strong says he anticipates a “major test” when the 7th ranked Cardinals play at Kentucky Saturday. Meanwhile, Wildcats coach Mark Stoops says facing Louisville will be a real challenge. Stoops says the Wildcats made strides last week and looks for more of the same this week.
Louisville is 2-0, while Kentucky is 1-1 on the season. Pre game coverage begins at 9:30 Saturday morning on Lite 98.7.
Western Kentucky coach Bobby Petrino is concerned about the Hilltoppers being turnover prone, especially after 7 giveaways against Tennessee on Saturday. The Hilltoppers open Sun Belt Conference play at South Alabama, with pre game coverage at 5:30 on News/Talk WHOP.
College Basketball: The Sporting News pre season magazine has picked Western Kentucky to win the Sun Belt Conference this coming season. The Hilltoppers are followed in the top 5 by Louisiana’s Ragin Cajuns, Georgia State, South Alabama and Arkansas State.
Hilltoppers George Fant and TJ Price were named to the pre season All Sun Belt team, with coach Ray Harper being named Sun Belt coach of the year.