High School Football
The Hopkinsville Tigers are off this week, however, Christian County is back in district action this evening at Apollo. The Colonels are 3-3 and 2-0 in district play, while the Eagles are 1-5 and 0-2 in district competition.
Kickoff from Owensboro is at 7 this evening, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 6:35 on News/Talk WHOP and whopam.com.
In other district action this evening, Graves County travels to Ohio County.
Elsewhere in the Pennyrile: Fort Campbell travels to Paducah Tilghman, Todd Central is at Butler County, Trigg County goes to Webster County, Hopkins Central travels up Pennyrile Parkway to Madisonville, Union County welcomes McLean County, Owensboro hosts Calloway County, Crittenden County travels to Murray, Henderson County hosts Daviess County, Muhlenberg County hosts Meade County, Marshall County at McCracken County, South Warren hosts Adair County.
Catch up on these and other scores from across the Commonwealth on the Kentucky High School Scoreboard show following the Christian County game later tonight on News/Talk WHOP.
Thursday’s High School scores:
Volleyball: Livingston Central defeated Trigg County 3 sets to 1.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville defeated Murray 3-1, Logan County was a 3-1 winner over Christian County, University Heights edged Madisonville 2-1, Webster County slipped by Todd Central 3-2, Marshall County blanked McCracken County 6-0.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville and Graves County played to a 2-2 tie, Christian County defeated Logan County 4-2, Todd Central nipped Barren County 3-2, Hopkins Central edged Lyon County 1-0, Madisonville and Trigg County tied at 1-1, Ohio County blanked Dawson Springs 9-0.
HCA Sports: Heritage Christian Academy’s volleyball team is now 27-0 on the season following a 3 sets to none win over Cornerstone Christian Academy.
The Warrior soccer team was also in action Thursday and defeated Webster County YSA 3-0.
Golf: First round action of the Leachman Buick/KHSAA Girls state tournament takes place at Bowling Green Country Club. UHA’s Anna Moore tees off at 1 pm this afternoon.
Boys Soccer: Caldwell County at Lyon County
Volleyball: Todd Central and Livingston Central are at Henderson County for the Jerry Mesur Spikefest.
College Football: 8th ranked Louisville defeated Rutgers 24-10. Defense was the story for the Cardinals who forced Rutgers into four interceptions, sacked the quarterback eight times and held the Scarlet Knights to 12 yards rushing. Louisville is now 6-0 on the season and 2-0 in American Athletic Conference action.
Austin Peay remains winless following a 63-7 Ohio Valley Conference loss to the league leader and 4th ranked team in FCS, Eastern Illinois.
Top ranked Alabama comes to Lexington tomorrow to face the Kentucky Wildcats, with pre game coverage at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.
Also tomorrow in the OVC, Murray State is at Southeast Missouri
College Basketball: Mid Continent University is again searching for a new men’s basketball coach. Howard Dillard announced his resignation earlier this week 11 days after taking the position. School officials have not commented on why Dillard resigned. Dillard was selected to replace Winston Bennett who resigned earlier this year. WPSD-Paducah reports the school is interviewing candidates and is expected to announce a new coach soon.
Austin Peay’s Lady Governors will not face Lipscomb as originally scheduled this season due to a scheduling conflict. The game was to be played November 18th in Nashville. The Lady Govs will face Martin Methodist in an exhibition game November 2nd and open the season at Western Kentucky November 9th.
NHL: The Nashville Predators were shut out by the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-0 at Bridgestone Arena Thursday night. The Predators play in Nashville again Saturday night against the NY Islanders. Coverage of the game begins at 7 on News/Talk WHOP.