Monday’s High School Sports scores:
Volleyball: No report on the KHSAA website for the Hopkinsville-Russellville match, Graves County defeated Mayfield 2-0.
Girls Soccer: Christian County and Grayson County tied at 3-3, Warren Central defeated Todd Central 3-0, Caldwell County over Crittenden County 10-2, Henderson County edged Apollo 2-1, Union County over Lyon County 5-1, Greenwood blanked Ohio County 7-0.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville and McCracken County played to a 3-3 tie, Madisonville blanked Christian County 2-0, Graves County shut out Caldwell County 8-0, Trigg County over Hopkins Central 9-0.
Volleyball: University Heights hosts Russellville, Hopkinsville entertains Hopkins Central, Christian County travels to Caldwell County, Todd Central welcomes Butler County, Trigg County hosts Crittenden County, Henderson County hosts Bowling Green, South Warren at Greenwood.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville hosts Logan County, Caldwell County travels to Calloway County, Trigg County is at Paducah Tilghman, Madisonville meets McCracken County, Hopkins Central goes to Webster County, Marshall County hosts Greenwood, Graves County travels to Rossview, TN.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville goes to Trigg County, Hopkins Central entertains Logan County, Henderson County hosts Marshall County, Paducah Tilghman welcomes Calloway County, Greenwood at Owensboro, South Warren hosts Daviess County, Warren Central hosts Ohio County.
Golf: First round play at the Leachman Buick/KHSAA Boys state tournament takes place today in Bowling Green. Hopkinsville plays in the team event and will have Jay Camp teeing off at 8:12 this morning, then Dylan Henderson at 8:21, Wade Perry at 8:30, TJ Janes at 8:39 and Austin Knight at 8:48. Henderson County, McCracken County and Graves County are also playing in the team portion.
Trigg County’s Nick Choate plays as an individual and tees off at 1:18 this afternoon.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Class 2-A: Caldwell County remains number one, with Owensboro Catholic 5th, Murray High 8th and Union County ranked 11th.
Class 3-A: Fort Campbell is 11th this week, Belfry is still first.
Class A: Mayfield remains number one with Russellville 2nd.
Class 4-A: Owensboro is 7th with Highlands still in the top spot.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green is still first this week. Warren Central is 12th, Graves County 13th.
Class 6-A: Henderson County is 9th, McCracken County is 11th, with Scott County number one.
College Football: Western Kentucky coach Bobby Petrino said at his weekly news conference Monday it was good to see the Hilltoppers react to adversity and win last Thursday night’s game at Louisiana Monroe. Petrino says WKU will go through light workouts Tuesday and Wednesday before beginning game week preparations for Louisiana’s Ragin Cajuns on Thursday. The game takes place next Tuesday, October 15th.
Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said Monday SEC officials blew a call late in Kentucky’s 35-28 loss to South Carolina. The call came with 2:15 remaining in the game when Kentucky took a time out just after South Carolina got a first down. Coming out of the timeout, Kentucky was whistled for an illegal substitution for having 12 men on the field, however when in fact the Wildcats were playing with the standard 11. South Carolina got a 1st and 5 and eventually won the game.
University of Louisville wide receiver Devante Parker is listed as day to day after injuring his right shoulder in Saturday’s game at Temple. Coach Charlie Strong said Monday a decision on whether the Louisville junior plays against Rutgers Thursday night will be made Thursday morning.
College Basketball: Speaking at the annual Wildcat Tipoff Luncheon in Louisville Monday, Kentucky coach John Calipari says he expects 6 or 7 players to head to the NBA after this season. Calipari also said there’s something else he wants to do before leaving coaching, that’s coaching an undefeated team because experts say it can’t be done.
ESPN U will have Midnight Madness coverage on Friday October 18th beginning at 8 pm. Among the schools that will be highlighted include the University of Kentucky. The Wildcats are ranked pre season number one in several polls.
NHL: Following two road losses to open the season, the Nashville Predators play their home opener against the Minnesota Wild this evening. Coverage from Bridgestone Arena begins at 7 on News/Talk WHOP.