Join Todd Hamilton for Sports Tonight at 5:06 this evening on News/Talk WHOP and whopam.com. This evening’s show will originate from Chick Fil A on Fort Campbell Boulevard and feature a preview of Friday night’s Christian County-Hopkinsville football game along with a visit from Heritage Christian Academy volleyball coach Eldridge Rogers.
Tuesday’s High School Scores
Volleyball: University Heights defeated Fort Campbell 3 sets to none, Caldwell County defeated Hopkinsville 3-0, Logan County edged Bowling Green 3-2, Russellville shut out Todd Central 3-0, Union County edged Madisonville 3-2, Ohio County defeated Webster County 2-0 in two separate matches, Muhlenberg County defeated Butler County 2-0, Graves County edged Marshall County 3-2, Paducah Tilghman over St. Mary 2-0.
Heritage Christian Academy continued their winning streak by defeating Glasgow Christian 3 sets to none. The Lady Warriors are now 22-0 on the season.
Girls Soccer: 19th ranked Hopkinsville edged 18th ranked Greenwood 3-2, Christian County defeated Crittenden County 2-0, South Warren over Fort Campbell 6-0, Logan County shut out Todd Central 7-0, Muhlenberg County defeated Dawson Springs 5-2, Caldwell County over Webster County 10-0 and Madisonville blanked Union County 10-0.
Boys Soccer: University Heights defeated Fort Campbell 9-2, Hopkinsville blanked Todd Central 8-0, Murray defeated Christian County 2-0, Logan County over Butler County 8-1, Muhlenberg County blanked Dawson Springs 6-0.
Golf: Hopkinsville’s girls team played a match with Hopkins Central, Hancock County and Muhlenberg County in Madisonville. The Lady Tigers won with 134, Hancock County had 148 and Hopkins Central had 159 in a three player match, while the Lady Tigers 183 total with four players defeated Muhlenberg County who had 192.
Hopkinsville was led by Dacie Bolton who fired a 41 which was good for medalist honors. The Lady Tigers finish the regular season 9-1.
Pairings for the All A state soccer tournament have been announced on the All A Classic website. University Heights will meet Somerset at 1 pm Saturday in Elizabethtown, while the Lady Blazers will meet Bethlehem at 9 am Saturday.
High School Football: Bluegrass Preps.com has released its weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green remains number one, with Graves County ranked 8th.
Class 3-A: Fort Campbell is 7th, with Belfry number one, South Warren 3rd and Paducah Tilghman ranked 6th.
Class 2-A: Caldwell County remains number one, Owensboro Catholic 8th, Murray High 9th and Union County 10th.
Class A: Mayfield remains first with Russellville ranked second.
Class 4-A: Highlands is still number one with Owensboro ranked 7th.
Class 6-A: Trinity is number one this week.
College Football: University of Kentucky quarterback Maxwell Smith returned to practice Tuesday after suffering a shoulder injury in the second half of the Louisville game. Coach Mark Stoops said following the workout that Smith looked “pretty good”. Kentucky meets 20th ranked Florida Saturday, with pre game coverage at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.
College Basketball: USA Today’s season preview magazine hit news stands Tuesday. Kentucky is ranked pre season number one, followed by Michigan State, defending national champion Louisville, Duke and Kansas in the top 5. Florida, Arizona, Michigan, Syracuse and Oklahoma State make up the top 10. Tennessee is ranked 21st.
Kentucky freshman Julius Randle was named a first team pre season All American and was joined on the first team by Marcus Smart of Oklahoma State, Mitch McGary of Michigan, Doug McDermott of Creighton and Andrew Wiggins of Kansas. Kentucky’s Willie Cauley-Stein was listed on the second team, with freshman Andrew Harrison named as honorable mention.
NHL: The Nashville Predators were a 2-1 winner over Tampa Bay in preseason action last night. The Predators play again this evening at Washington, with coverage on the air at 6 pm on News/Talk WHOP.