High School Football: There’s a full slate of games across the Pennyrile this evening.
Christian County looks for its first road win of the season as the Colonels travel to Fort Campbell. Christian County lost at Henderson County last week, while Fort Campbell defeated Fort Knox for its first win of the season in the Army Bowl. Kickoff at Fryar Stadium is at 7 pm, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 6:35 on Lite 98.7 and online at lite987whop.com.
Hopkinsville puts its 2-1 mark on the line against Madisonville at the Stadium of Champions. The Tigers suffered their first loss of the season in overtime to Trigg County last week, while the Maroons at 1-1 haven’t played since losing to Central Hardin two weeks ago. Kickoff is at 7, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 6:35 on News/Talk WHOP and whopam.com.
Elsewhere this evening: Trigg County meets Caldwell County in the first 139 Bowl at Perdue Field, Logan County is at Russellville, Hopkins Central hosts Apollo, Crittenden County is at Union County, Mayfield entertains Murray, Calloway County hosts Marshall County, Graves County welcomes Paducah Tilghman, Henderson County entertains Covington Catholic.
Muhlenberg County hosts McLean County, Webster County at Ballard Memorial, South Warren hosts Elizabethtown, Warren Central welcomes North Hardin, Warren East hosts Ohio County, Bowling Green hosts Owensboro.
Catch up on all the scores later tonight on the Kentucky High School Scoreboard show with Rick Shaw and Bill Whitaker following the Hopkinsville game on News/Talk WHOP.
Thursday’s High School Sports Scores
Volleyball: Christian County defeated University Heights 3 sets to 2, Hopkinsville defeated Webster County 3-0, Logan County over Todd Central 3-0, Warren East defeated Russellville 2-0, Livingston Central over Trigg County 3-0, Caldwell County defeated Madisonville 3-0, Muhlenberg County over Ohio County 3-0, Calloway County over Mayfield 2-0, Murray edged Marshall County 3-2.
Girls Soccer: University Heights defeated Ohio County 6-3, Calloway County blanked Trigg County 5-0, Hopkins Central and Union County tied 1-1, Henderson County edged Daviess County 3-2, Graves County slid by Murray 4-3, St. Mary blanked Crittenden County 10-0.
Boys Soccer: Christian County defeated Hopkinsville 4-3 on penalty kicks, University Heights and Trigg County played to a 1-1 tie, Marshall County shutout Fort Campbell 5-0, Calloway County defeated Caldwell County 7-1, Union County blanked Hopkins Central 8-0, Muhlenberg County over Lyon County 10-2, Henderson County and Daviess County tied at 1-1, Graves County over Murray 4-0, Mayfield defeated Ballard Memorial 4-2.
Heritage Christian Academy defeated Webster County YSA 4-2 Thursday. The Warriors will host Somerset Christian tomorrow.
Boys Soccer: Todd Central at Dawson Springs
Girls Soccer: Todd Central at Dawson Springs and Crittenden County goes to Lyon County
Volleyball: Graves County meets Pikeville and West Jessamine in the Thoroughbred Smash in Lexington.
College Football: The Governor’s Cup game between 7th ranked Louisville and Kentucky takes place tomorrow afternoon at Commonwealth Stadium. Both teams are coming off wins last week, Louisville over Eastern Kentucky and Kentucky over Miami-Ohio. Pre game coverage begins at 9:30 am on Lite 98.7.
Following last week’s rout at Tennessee, Western Kentucky opens Sun Belt Conference action tomorrow at South Alabama. It’s the first game in Sun Belt history for the Jaguars, while the Hilltoppers play their last season in the league before joining Conference USA next year. Pre game coverage from Mobile airs at 5:30 on News/Talk WHOP.
Elsewhere tomorrow: Tennessee plays at 2nd ranked Oregon. The Vols will be without defensive end Maurice Couch who has been ruled ineligible while an investigation goes on concerning Couch being one of five SEC players who received improper benefits.
Also in the SEC tomorrow, Vanderbilt tangles with South Carolina.
In the OVC: Murray State hosts Missouri State, while Austin Peay plays its third straight road game and first against an FCS school at Chattanooga.
College Basketball: Kentucky Sports Radio reported Thursday that high school recruit Tyler Ulis is to decide this evening where he will play collegiately this evening. The 2014 prospect has narrowed his list of schools to three. They are Kentucky, Iowa and Michigan State, with Kentucky believed to be the front runner. The 5-8 Ulis is projected to play point guard at the collegiate level.