Join Todd Hamilton for Sports Tonight from Toyota of Hopkinsville at 5:06 this afternoon on News/Talk WHOP. You’ll hear previews of the Christian County-Fort Campbell and Hopkinsville-Madisonville football games among other things on the program.
Tuesday’s High School Sports Scores
Volleyball: Bowling Green defeated Christian County 3 sets to 2, Hopkinsville over Muhlenberg County 2-1, Heritage Christian Academy improved to 13-0 on the season with a 3 sets to none win over Clarksville Academy, Caldwell County blanked Hopkins Central 3-0, Logan County over Daviess County 3-0, Madisonville defeated Fort Campbell 3-1, Livingston Central defeated Union County 3-1.
Girls Soccer: Marshall County defeated Hopkinsville 3-1, Christian County blanked Union County 4-0, University Heights defeated Murray 3-1 in the All A Classic, Trigg County defeated Crittenden County 4-2, Madisonville blanked Caldwell County 2-0, Webster County over Muhlenberg County 8-2, Calloway County over Mayfield 11-1, Henderson County edged South Warren 2-1.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville defeated Caldwell County 8-3, Graves County shut out Fort Campbell 6-0, Trigg County blanked Lyon County 10-0, St. Mary over Dawson Springs 4-1, Ohio County over Logan County 6-2, Franklin Simpson defeated Todd Central 4-1, Calloway County over Mayfield 7-1, Paducah Tilghman defeated Ballard Memorial 5-2,
Golf: Hopkinsville hosted Trigg County and University Heights in a tri match Tuesday.
The boys match was won by Hopkinsville with a 154 score, Trigg County was second with 158 and University Heights third with 178.
Hopkinsville’s Austin Knight was medalist with 35, Trigg County was led by Carter Sholar and Kullen Garner with 39 and Tad Switzer led UHA with 38.
Anna Moore of UHA won the girls match with a 37, Dacie Bolton of Hopkinsville had 43 and Madison Cheyney led Trigg County with 45.
High School Softball: Graves County has named a new softball coach. West Kentucky Star.com reported Tuesday Stan Waller will take over the Lady Eagles program. Waller has coached baseball in his past at Calloway County and assisted his wife with the softball program at Anderson County.
College Football: As Kentucky and Louisville continue preparations for Saturday’s Governors Cup matchup in Lexington, Wildcats coach Mark Stoops has concerns about defending the Cards high powered offense.
Stoops says you have to pick your poison of whether to stop the Cardinals talented running attack or shutting down the passing game of Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Pre game coverage begins at 9:30 Saturday morning on Lite 98.7.
NHL: The Nashville Predators open training camp tomorrow. Coming off a season where the Predators missed the Stanley Cup playoffs, there are a number of newcomers via free agency and the NHL draft along with a number of returning veterans. The regular season begins at St. Louis on October 3rd, with the first pre season game September 19th at Tampa Bay.