Friday’s High School Football Scores
Christian County saw its chances to win the district championship disappear at Graves County. The Eagles took a 24-0 halftime lead and rolled to a 38-21 victory. Christian County is now 4-4 and finish district play 3-1. The Colonels host Knoxville Fulton next Friday night.
Hopkinsville solidified its playoff seeding with a 34-7 win over Ohio County. Hopkinsville is now 4-4 overall and 2-1 in district play. The Tigers play their final district game next Friday night at Graves County.
Other scores: Fort Campbell defeated Webster County 49-18, Paducah Tilghman over Trigg County 27-6, Russellville shut out Fulton City 47-0, Barren County routed Logan County 53-13, Caldwell County over Murray 42-13, Madisonville blanked Calloway County 48-0, Henderson County defeated Marshall County 59-21.
McCracken County rolled over Daviess County 49-12, Owensboro Catholic edged Union County 27-26, Mayfield routed Fulton County 63-0, Bowling Green over Warren Central 48-14, Greenwood over Apollo 24-13, South Warren over Monroe County 53-8, Warren East doubled up Allen County Scottsville 28-14.
Friday’s High School Scores
Volleyball-At the Toyota of Hopkinsville Smackdown: Christian County defeated Webster County and Allen County Scottsville 2 sets to none in each match, Hopkinsville lost to Ballard Memorial 2 sets to 1 and Henderson County 2 sets to none, University Heights lost to Logan County two sets to none and Hopkins Central 2 sets to 1.
Todd Central lost to Caldwell County and South Warren by 2 sets to none scores. Caldwell County also defeated Livingston Central 2 sets to none. Logan County also lost to McLean County 2 sets to none. Madisonville lost to Ballard Memorial and Henderson County by scores of 2 sets to none in each match.
Today’s schedule- Volleyball: Action continues at the Toyota of Hopkinsville Smackdown.
College Football: 8th ranked Louisville was shocked by Central Florida 38-35. Blake Bortles found Jeff Godfrey in the back of the end zone from two yards out with 23 seconds to play to give the Knights the victory. Teddy Bridgewater tossed for 341 yards and two scores for Louisville, which slipped to 6-and-1 on the year and 2-and-1 in the American Athletic Conference.
Today’s games: Southeastern Conference action includes Tennessee hosting South Carolina and Vanderbilt welcoming Georgia.
In the Ohio Valley Conference: Murray State and Austin Peay meet for homecoming at Stewart Stadium in Murray.
MLB: The St. Louis Cardinals are back in the World Series for the second time in three seasons after defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-0 in Game Six of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium.
Michael Wacha tossed seven innings of two-hit, scoreless ball for his second win of the series with both coming against Clayton Kershaw. Wacha was named the NLCS MVP. St. Louis will play either the Boston Red Sox or Detroit Tigers in Game One of the Fall Classic on Wednesday.
Boston and Detroit will play game 6 of the American League Championship Series this evening in Boston. The Red Sox lead the series 3 games to 2.
NFL: The Tennessee Titans face the San Francisco 49ers in one of the late afternoon games tomorrow at LP Field. The Titans come in following a tough loss to Seattle last week, while the 49ers come off a 32-20 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
Other games tomorrow include an AFC East matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins, with pre game coverage beginning at 11:30 am on News/Talk WHOP.
Former Houston Oilers and New Orleans Saints head coach O.A."Bum" Phillips has died. Phillips was an icon in Houston, where his son Wade is the defensive coordinator for the Texans. The 90-year-old went 55-and-35 in leading the Oilers from 1975 through 1980. He moved on to coach the Saints for another five seasons. Phillips is known as one of the first coaches in the NFL to develop the 3-4 defensive scheme.
NHL: The Nashville Predators play the first of a two game Canadian road trip this evening at the Montreal Canadians. Coverage of the game begins at 6 on News/Talk WHOP. The Predators then play at Winnipeg tomorrow evening, with coverage beginning at 7 on News/Talk WHOP.