High School Basketball: There are a number of games on the schedule this evening.
Boys: Logan County goes to Bowling Green, Greenwood at Owensboro Catholic, Warren Central hosts Franklin Simpson, Caldwell County at Dawson Springs, Henderson County at Union County, Webster County hosts Lyon County and Paducah Tilghman at Graves County.
Girls: Christian County entertains Ohio County, Fort Campbell hosts Russellville, Trigg County at Christian Fellowship, Warren East goes to Caverna, Webster County at Union County, Muhlenberg County welcomes Apollo and Henderson County hosts Lyon County.
Boy/Girl Doubleheaders: Hopkins Central at Livingston Central, Murray hosts Mayfield and McCracken County at St. Mary.
The Hopkinsville Tigers remain 5th this week in the Boys Cantrall Top 20 poll from the Lexington Herald Leader. Ballard is number one, Warren Central 11th and Henderson County is 22nd.
Henderson County is 7th in this week’s Girls Cantrall Top 20 poll which has Elizabethtown first. Bowling Green is 17th and Murray is ranked 21st.
College Basketball: Former Christian County standout Donovan Kates had three points as Manhattan held off Niagara 78-77.
Women’s action saw Florida defeat 15th ranked Kentucky 86-80 and top ranked Connecticut defeated 4th ranked Louisville 81-64.
Tonight’s games: After a dramatic win over Arkansas Little Rock Saturday, Western Kentucky concludes its two game Arkansas swing at Arkansas State this evening, with pre game coverage at 6:30 on News/Talk WHOP.
Women’s action tonight has 8th ranked Tennessee hosting 18th ranked Vanderbilt. In the OVC-Austin Peay goes to Belmont and Murray State is at Tennessee State.
Kentucky coach John Calipari has his weekly call in show at 5 this evening, with Big Blue Weekly at 6 on Lite 98.7. Kentucky returns to action Wednesday night at Auburn, with pre game at 5:30 on Lite 98.7.
College Football: The Knoxville News Sentinel reports two members of the University of Tennessee team were arrested when police broke up a party at a Knoxville apartment complex early Sunday morning. 20-year-old defensive lineman Danny O’ Brien was charged with underage consumption of alcohol, resisting arrest and false impersonation.
Meanwhile, 22 year old linebacker AJ Johnson, who was supposedly one of the party’s hosts, was charged with providing alcohol to minors and resisting arrest. Seven other team members were cited at the party. An arrest warrant also indicates numerous individuals were provided with alcohol and marijuana at the party, but no drug arrests were made.
Golf: Franklin’s Kenny Perry and Paducah’s Russ Cochran tied for 25th at the Champions Tour’s Allianz Championship in Boca Raton, FL won by Michael Allen. Allen defeated Duffy Waldorf on the second hole of a playoff.