Monday’s High School Sports scores
Volleyball: Hopkins Central blanked Webster County 3-0, McCracken County over Community Christian 3-0, Fulton City defeated Paducah Tilghman 3-0, Mayfield over Union City, TN 2-0.
Boys Soccer: Christian County defeated Fort Campbell 7-1, Todd Central routed Dawson Springs 11-1, Trigg County over St. Mary 5-1, Owensboro Catholic blanked Hopkins Central 8-0, Marshall County over Murray 3-1, Paducah Tilghman blanked Ballard Memorial 8-0.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville slid by University Heights 3-1, Christian County defeated Union County 8-1, Madisonville over Marshall County 3-1, Hopkins Central and Muhlenberg County played to a scoreless tie, Paducah Tilghman over Ballard Memorial 2-0, St. Mary over Crittenden County 6-0.
Golf: At the Boys 2nd region tournament at Henderson Country Club, Henderson County was the team winner at 319, with Hopkinsville second at 321. The Tigers defeated Owensboro Catholic in a playoff to make it to next week’s state tournament in Bowling Green.
Austin Knight was the Tigers low scorer with 76, two shots behind individual winner Brandon Blake of Daviess County who had 74.
Other Tigers scores: TJ Janes 77, Dylan Henderson 83, Wade Perry 85 and Jay Camp 90.
Volleyball: University Heights is at Christian County, Hopkinsville travels to Todd Central, Fort Campbell hosts Russellville, Caldwell County welcomes Henderson County, Hopkins Central hosts Muhlenberg County, Union County at Webster County, Crittenden County goes to McLean County, Marshall County hosts Murray, Calloway County entertains Graves County, Paducah Tilghman welcomes Carlisle County.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville goes to Henderson County, Christian County entertains Todd Central, Trigg County hosts Union County, Caldwell County hosts Paducah Tilghman, Madisonville travels to Ohio County, Lyon County hosts Ballard Memorial, Marshall County hosts Mayfield, Graves County goes to Murray.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville travels to Hopkins Central, Caldwell County at Dawson Springs, Trigg County goes to Muhlenberg County, Madisonville at Owensboro, Lyon County hosts Ballard Memorial, Union County hosts McLean County, Marshall County hosts Mayfield, Graves County is at Murray, Calloway County welcomes McCracken County.
Golf: The 2nd region girls’ tournament takes place today at Madisonville Community Golf Course.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green is first, with Graves County 10th.
Class 2-A: Caldwell County remains number one, Owensboro Catholic 5th, Ballard Memorial 9th and Murray 10th.
Class A: Mayfield is still number one, Russellville is 2nd.
Class 3-A: Belfry is first with South Warren 2nd. Fort Campbell is among others receiving votes this week.
Class 4-A: Highlands first with Owensboro 5th.
Class 6-A: Scott County is first with Henderson County 9th.
High School Basketball: Christian County released its boys schedule for the 2013-14 season Monday. Coach Kyle Eades Colonels will open the season hosting Hopkins Central on December 3rd at 7:30 pm.
The Colonels will also face Paducah Tilghman and Ohio County in the Toyota Classic December 13-14, play at the Graves County Invitational December 20-21 and play at the Centralia Holiday Tournament in Illinois December 26-28. Ensworth will come to Colonel Gym January 14th.
The Colonels 8th district schedule will have games with UHA January 9th and February 14th, Hopkinsville January 18th and February 1st and Fort Campbell January 23rd and February 13th.
College Football: South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier says quarterback Connor Shaw will not play against Kentucky Saturday. Shaw suffered a bruised shoulder in the first series of the Gamecocks win at Central Florida last Saturday. You can hear Saturday’s game from Columbia, SC beginning at 5 Saturday on Lite 98.7.
Two members of Western Kentucky’s football team were named Sun Belt Conference players of the week Monday. Running back Antonio Andrews received the SBC’s offensive player following his second consecutive game of 250 all purpose yards against Navy on Saturday.
The defensive honor went to Xavius Boyd for the second straight week. Boyd has eight tackles and a quarterback sack which resulted in a safety against Navy. Boyd led the Hilltoppers in tackling for the 6th straight game.
WKU returns to Sun Belt Conference action Thursday night at Louisiana-Monroe, with pre game coverage at 5:30 on News/Talk WHOP.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin has been widely speculated as a candidate for the head coaching vacancy at Southern California. During his weekly news conference Monday, Franklin told reporters he knew the questions had to be asked, but would do everything he could to keep his team focused on Missouri, the Commodores opponent Saturday night in Nashville.
USC fired head coach Lane Kiffin early Sunday.
NFL: Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak says quarterback Jake Locker needs more tests on his injured right hip and doesn’t know how long he will be out of action.
Locker suffered the injury in Sunday’s win over the NY Jets. Locker is scheduled to have another MRI today to determine how long he will be out. Ryan Fitzpatrick will be the starter when the Titans host 4-0 Kansas City Sunday.