Monday’s High School Sports Schedule
Volleyball: Trigg County at Fort Campbell, Hopkins Central at Webster County, Paducah Tilghman hosts Fulton City, Mayfield hosts Union City, TN.
Girls Soccer: University Heights at Hopkinsville, Christian County goes to Union County, Fort Campbell travels to Caldwell County, Dawson Springs at Todd Central, Madisonville hosts Marshall County, Hopkins Central goes to Muhlenberg County, Crittenden County at St. Mary, Webster County hosts McLean County.
Boys Soccer: Christian County travels to Fort Campbell, Todd Central hosts Dawson Springs, Trigg County goes to St. Mary, Hopkins Central at Owensboro Catholic, Muhlenberg County at Butler County, Murray is at Marshall County.
Golf: The Boys 2nd region tournament takes place today at Henderson Country Club, with the Girls tournament to take place tomorrow at Madisonville Community Golf Course.
High School Football: Following its 35th consecutive win over Barren County, Bowling Green remains number one in the Cantrall poll from the Lexington Herald Leader.
Highlands is 2nd, followed by Scott County, St. X and Lexington Catholic in the top 5. Mayfield and Henderson County are in a three way tie for 11th in this week’s Top 25 which also has McCracken County ranked 23rd.
Weekend wrap: University Heights Academy soccer teams played in the All A state tournament Saturday in Elizabethtown. The Blazers lost to Somerset 2-1 in the first round Saturday, while the Lady Blazers also fell in the opening round to Bethlehem 3-2.
Heritage Christian Academy’s soccer team played two KCAA games Saturday in Louisville, falling to AIE 3-2 and defeating Highland Latin 5-1.
The winning streak continues for Heritage Christian Academy’s volleyball team as they won KCAA matches over Holy Angels 3-1 and AIE 3-0 on Saturday.
College Football: Kentucky coach Mark Stoops has his weekly call in show at 5 this evening on Lite 98.7, followed by Big Blue Weekly at 6.
Then at 7, Cats Pause Sports Hotline comes your way on News/Talk WHOP.
Kentucky plays at South Carolina Saturday night, with pre game coverage beginning at 5 on Lite 98.7. Kickoff from Columbia is set for 6:30.
Following a 31-24 win over South Alabama, Tennessee meets Georgia at 2:30 Saturday afternoon. Vanderbilt-following a victory over Alabama Birmingham Saturday-hosts Missouri Saturday night at 7:30.
Western Kentucky has a short week following Saturday’s 19-7 win over Navy. The Hilltoppers return to Sun Belt Conference action Thursday night at Louisiana Monroe. You can hear the game with pre game coverage beginning at 5:30 on News/Talk WHOP.
Thanks to his performance against Navy Saturday, WKU running back Antonio Andrews is the nation’s leader in all purpose yards, rushing yards and rushing touchdowns. The former Fort Campbell standout ran 32 times for 182 yards and two touchdowns in the win and had 35 receiving yards along with 33 kick return yards for 252 all purpose yards.
Murray State after its 35-34 overtime win in its Ohio Valley Conference opener at Jacksonville State Saturday hosts Tennessee Tech this Saturday. Austin Peay following an off week opens Ohio Valley Conference play Saturday at Eastern Kentucky.
Murray State quarterback Maikhail Miller won the OVC’s Newcomer of the week award for the second time this season for his performance in Saturday’s win over Jacksonville State.
The sophomore from Fulton, MS threw a touchdown pass and the winning two point conversion in the Racers win over Jacksonville State. The Ole Miss transfer was 14-26 for 109 yards and rushed for a team high 134 yards on 24 carries and two touchdowns.
Four Southeastern Conference teams are in the top 10 of this week’s Associated Press Top 25. Alabama remains ranked number one followed by Oregon, Clemson, Stanford and Ohio State in the top 5.
Georgia is 6th, Louisville 7th, Florida State 8th followed by Texas A&M and LSU.
Alabama is also atop the USA Today Coaches poll this week followed by Oregon, Ohio State, Clemson and Stanford in the top 5. Georgia, Louisville, Florida State, Texas A&M and Oklahoma round out the top 10.
College Basketball: Kentucky sophomore center Willie Cauley-Stein will miss the next 10-14 days with a minor right hand injury. A UK spokesman says the injury was sustained during what was called “basketball related” activity on Friday. Cauley-Stein played 29 games as a freshman, including 14 starts last season.