Monday’s High School Sports scores
Volleyball: University Heights defeated Madisonville 3 sets to none, Hopkinsville won over Fort Campbell 3-0, Glasgow defeated Russellville 2-1, Union County over McLean County 3-0, Livingston Central over Paducah Tilghman 3-0.
Heritage Christian Academy improved to 21-0 on the season with a 3 sets to none win over South Haven Christian Monday. The Lady Warriors travel to Glasgow Christian today.
Girls Soccer: Fort Campbell blanked Lyon County 10-0, Dawson Springs and Hopkins Central tied at 2-2, Henderson County over Union County 10-0, Calloway County defeated Mayfield 10-0, St. Mary edged Paducah Tilghman 2-1, Graves County defeated McCracken County 2-0.
Boys Soccer: Hopkins Central over Dawson Springs 2-0, Trigg County blanked Lyon County 10-0, Henderson County over Union County 11-2, Paducah Tilghman shut out St. Mary 7-0, Calloway County over Mayfield 11-1.
Golf: Hopkinsville defeated Hopkins Central in girls action 147-161. Hopkinsville was led by Bailey Downs who was medalist with 47. Other Lady Tiger scores were Jessica Shelton and Caitlyn Shelton with 49, Mattison Lawrence had 51 and Kaitlyn Slaughter had 54.
Volleyball: University Heights hosts Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville travels to Caldwell County, Todd Central hosts Russellville, Logan County at Bowling Green, Madisonville hosts Union County, Hopkins Central goes to Henderson County, Muhlenberg County hosts Butler County, Webster County at Ohio County, Marshall County at Graves County, Paducah Tilghman at St. Mary, Murray goes to Christian Fellowship.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville welcomes Greenwood, University Heights travels to Henderson County, Christian County goes to Crittenden County, Fort Campbell is at South Warren, Todd Central hosts Logan County, Caldwell County hosts Webster County, Dawson Springs welcomes Muhlenberg County, Madisonville travels to Union County, Marshall County hosts Graves County, Paducah Tilghman goes to Murray, Ballard Memorial at St. Mary.
Boys Soccer: University Heights hosts Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville entertains Todd Central, Christian County travels to Murray, Logan County goes to Butler County, Dawson Springs hosts Muhlenberg County, Caldwell County at Hopkins Central, McCracken County hosts Calloway County, Paducah Tilghman at Graves County, Ballard Memorial at St. Mary.
High School Football: The Courier Journal’s Litkenhous poll has Bowling Green ranked first again this week. The rest of the top 5 are as follows: Trinity, Johnson Central, Scott County and Covington Catholic. McCracken County is ranked 8th, Mayfield is 16th.
Bowling Green is also ranked 1st in the state in the Max Preps.com Kentucky poll and is also ranked 42nd in the nation according to Max Preps.
The Associated Press has released their weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green remains number one with Graves County just out of the top 10 this week at number 11.
Class 3-A: Fort Campbell is 9th this week as Belfry is 1st and South Warren 2nd.
Class 2-A: Caldwell County remains number one, Owensboro Catholic 7th, Ballard Memorial 8th and Murray 9th.
Class A: Mayfield is still first with Russellville still ranked 2nd.
Class 4-A: Owensboro is ranked 6th, with Warren East 11th and Madisonville 13th. Highlands remains number one.
Class 6-A: Henderson County is 8th, with Scott County and Trinity tied for the top spot.
High School Basketball: The Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches along with their counterparts from Indiana announced the teams that will play in the first annual Kentucky/Indiana Challenge Cup to be held at Louisville’s Freedom Hall on January 11th.
The Hopkinsville Tigers will meet Indianapolis Park Tudor in the 4th game of the day. Games will begin at 10 am Hopkinsville time with a girls contest between Elizabethtown and Indianapolis Roncali and run concurrently throughout the day.
Other Kentucky teams participating in the event are Elizabethtown, Ballard and Covington Catholic. Proceeds from the event will go to Kentucky and Indiana’s Basketball Halls of Fame and the Wounded Heroes program.
Hopkinsville is ranked 19th in the latest Kentucky High School Girls Soccer Association Top 25 poll. Sacred Heart is first, Bowling Green 9th, Owensboro Catholic is 11th, Graves County is 12th, Marshall County is 15th and Greenwood is 18th this week.
College Football: Kentucky’s depth chart for Saturday’s game with Florida released Monday has a couple of interesting notes. Maxwell Smith and Jalen Whitlow are listed with an OR at quarterback as are running backs Raymond Sanders and true freshman JoJo Kemp according to the Lexington Herald Leader. Pre game coverage begins at 4:30 Saturday afternoon on Lite 98.7.
Western Kentucky played all four of its quarterbacks in Saturday’s win over Morgan State. However, who will start this week against Navy is a mystery. Coach Bobby Petrino benched starter Brandon Doughty in favor of freshman Todd Porter in the 2nd half Satruday.
Nelson Fishback and redshirt freshman DeMarcus Smith also saw action in the game. The Hilltoppers begin preparations for the Midshipmen today. You can hear Saturday’s game beginning at noon on News/Talk WHOP.
College Basketball: One of the top high school power forwards in the nation has narrowed his college choices to two schools. The Lexington Herald Leader reports Trey Lyles is considering Kentucky and defending national champion Louisville. The Indianapolis native had planned to go to Indiana, but backed out of his commitment earlier this summer.
The Lexington Herald Leader reports Kenwood High’s Daniel Norl has committed to play collegiately for Eastern Kentucky. The 6-2 guard had also considered Belmont and Austin Peay. Norl averaged 18 points per game as a junior.
NHL: The Nashville Predators return to action this evening hosting Tampa Bay in pre season action at 7 in Bridgestone Arena. The Predators travel to Washington tomorrow night, with coverage of the game at 6 on News/Talk WHOP.