Monday’s High School Scores
Boys 2nd region: Christian County edged Trigg County 1-0 and Madisonville defeated Union County 8-0.
Boys 1st region: Graves County defeated Paducah Tilghman 5-1 and Marshall County shut out McCracken County 3-0.
Boys 4th region: Todd Central defeated Glasgow 2-1 on penalty kicks.
Girls 2nd region: Henderson County defeated University Heights 6-1 while Madisonville defeated Lyon County 12-0.
Girls 4th region: Greenwood defeated Todd Central 10-0.
Volleyball-7th district: Hopkins Central defeated Madisonville 3 sets to none.
Boys 2nd region Soccer at University Heights: University Heights meets Caldwell County at 5:30, with Henderson County and Lyon County in the nightcap.
Girls 2nd region Soccer at Madisonville: Hopkinsville meets Caldwell County at 5:30, with Trigg County and Webster County in the nightcap.
Girls 1st region at Marshall County: Marshall County meets St. Mary at 5:30, followed by McCracken County and Graves County in the nightcap.
8th district Volleyball at Christian County: Christian County meets Fort Campbell at 6 pm, with Hopkinsville and University Heights in the nightcap.
5th district at Crittenden County: Trigg County meets Crittenden County at 5:30, with the winner to play Livingston Central at 7 pm.
6th district at Webster County: Union County meets Webster County at 6, with the winner to face Henderson County at 7:30.
7th district at Caldwell County: The host Lady Tigers meet Hopkins Central in the final at 6:30 pm.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Caldwell County remains number 1 in Class 2-A, with Owensboro Catholic 4th, Union County is 8th and Murray High is 10th .
Mayfield remains first in Class A, Russellville is second.
Belfry is first in 3-A, South Warren 4th and Paducah Tilghman is 10th.
Highlands remains atop the Class 4-A poll, with Owensboro 7th.
Bowling Green is still first in 5-A, with Male atop the Class 6-A poll with Henderson County 7th and McCracken County 9th.
College Football: Kentucky quarterback Jalen Whitlow was back in practice Monday and could play when the Wildcats travel to Mississippi State Thursday night. Whitlow suffered an ankle sprain in Kentucky’s loss to Alabama a couple of weeks ago. You can hear the game Thursday night beginning at 5 on Lite 98.7.
College Basketball: During his visit last week with the Hopkinsville Kiwanis Club, Murray State coach Steve Prohm gave his thoughts about the Ohio Valley Conference this season. Prohm says there are a number of talented teams that are capable of winning the OVC title.
More of Prohm’s comments will be part of Todd Hamilton’s Sports Tonight show tomorrow night at 5:06 on News/Talk WHOP and whopam.com.
Speaking of the Ohio Valley Conference, they are having their basketball media day today in Nashville.
A crowd of 1,430 attended Louisville basketball’s tip off luncheon Monday. Coach Rick Pitino said the Cardinals are one Final Four away from a “mini-dynasty”. Pitino said his returning players are hungry and most of all humble in trying to make their third consecutive Final Four.
Pitino also stated with the newcomers, the defending national champions are nowhere near its potential and pointed out Montrezl Harrell will see more minutes rather than be a role player. Harrell is expected to replace suspended Chane Behanan in the starting lineup.
NFL: Tennessee Titans owner K.S. “Bud” Adams died at his Houston home Monday at the age of 90. The Titans issued a statement saying Adams died of natural causes.
Adams burst on the sports scene in 1960 in Houston as one of the original founders of the American Football League and brought the Oilers to the city, where they would stay until moving to Nashville in the late 1990’s and became the Tennessee Titans.
Adams always said he wanted to wear a Super Bowl ring and came inches away from winning one in 2000, when the Titans lost to the St. Louis Rams.
NHL: The Nashville Predators look to wrap up a four game road trip with a win this evening against the Minnesota Wild in Minneapolis. Coverage of the game begins at 7 on News/Talk WHOP.