High School Basketball-Monday night’s scores
Girls: University Heights cruised to a 63-26 win over Dawson Springs in the 2nd region All A tournament, while Caldwell County rolled to a 66-36 win over Crittenden County. In the 4th region All A, Cumberland County defeated Russellville 64-47.
Other games saw Hopkins Central defeat Fort Campbell 56-35, Trigg County glide by Christian Fellowship 60-22, Edmonson County over Greenwood 71-62, Ohio County over Union County 54-29, Westview TN over Marshall County in double overtime 66-63.
In the 1st region All A: Murray over Hickman County 61-14 and St. Mary defeated Fulton City 78-43.
3rd region All A: McLean County over Butler County 60-40 and Owensboro Catholic routed Whitesville Trinity 70-28.
Boys: Fort Campbell over Crittenden County 68-49, Ohio County rolled Hopkins Central 72-37, Webster County over Livingston Central 51-38, Charleston, MO defeated Calloway County 64-54.
4th region All A action saw Russellville defeat Cumberland County 88-60.
1st region All A: St. Mary over Fulton City 82-33.
Boys: Two of the top teams in the western part of the state battle as Hopkinsville hosts Graves County. Tip off from Tiger Gym is at 7:30, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 7:15 on News/Talk WHOP and online at whopam.com.
Other games have Fort Campbell at Webster County, Madisonville entertains Trigg County, Henderson County hosts Daviess County, Warren Central hosts South Warren, Union County meets Mounds Meridian, IL and Paducah Tilghman meets Massac County, IL at the Superman Classic.
In the 2nd region All A tournament: University Heights goes to Lyon County and Caldwell County is at Dawson Springs.
1st region All A action has Mayfield meeting Carlisle County and the 3rd region All A semifinals have Owensboro Catholic meeting Whitesville Trinity and Butler County against McLean County.
Girls: Hopkinsville at Marshall County, Madisonville goes to Webster County, McCracken County is at Cairo, IL, Union County travels to Daviess County, Calloway County is at Graves County.
1st region All A Classic at Paducah Tilghman: Mayfield meets Community Christian and Ballard Memorial plays Carlisle County.
Boy/Girl doubleheaders: Christian County hosts Bowling Green, Logan County hosts Edmonson County and Greenwood goes to Franklin Simpson.
The Hopkinsville Tigers are ranked second this week in the Boys Associated Press Top 10 poll. Louisville Ballard is still number one, with Graves County, Henderson County and Warren Central receiving votes.
Elizabethtown tops the Girls AP Top 10, with Owensboro Catholic ranked 10th. University Heights, Murray and Henderson County received votest his week.
College Basketball: Women’s action saw Austin Peay win its third straight OVC game over SIU Edwardsville 77-67 and Eastern Illinois defeated Murray State 80-74. 12th ranked Tennessee lost to second ranked Notre Dame 86-70.
Tonight’s games: Kentucky returns to action hosting Texas A&M at Rupp Arena, with pre game coverage at 6:30 on Lite 98.7.
Other SEC action has Anthony Hickey, Jr. and LSU meeting Missouri. Women’s action has 5th ranked Louisville taking on Houston.
College Football: Western Kentucky running back Antonio Andrews was announced Monday as the first of ten finalists for the 2013 Lexington Herald Leader-Kentucky Sportsman of the Year award. The former Fort Campbell Falcons standout led the nation in all purpose yards for the second straight year and was fourth in rushing during the 2013 season.
Andrews will play in the Senior Bowl Saturday in Mobile, AL. The Kentucky Sportsman of the Year winner will be announced January 29th.
Kentucky picked up a preferred walk on for its program Monday. Betsy Layne High School all state linebacker Blake Spencer announced on Twitter he would be coming to Lexington in the fall.
The 6-3 210 Spencer played not only linebacker, but also at tight end during his prep career. Spencer had 36 solo tackles, 90 assists and two interceptions his senior season along with catching 24 passes for 378 yards and five touchdowns.
NFL: The Tennessee Titans hired two more coaches Monday. The Tennessean reports Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton has accepted the same position on new coach Ken Wisenhunt’s staff and Louie Cioffi will coach defensive backs.
NHL: Roman Josi had a goal and assist while Carter Hutton made 35 saves as the Nashville Predators picked up a 4-1 win over the Dallas Stars at Bridgestone Arena. Nick Spaling and Shea Weber scored in the first while Mike Fisher added a tally in the third period as Nashville won for the third time in four games.