High School Basketball-Monday’s scores
Boys: Bowling Green rolled Logan County 96-59, Caldwell County drubbed Dawson Springs 82-27, Livingston Central squeezed by Hopkins Central 51-48, Henderson County edged Union County 46-43, Graves County nipped Paducah Tilghman 76-73 in overtime, Crittenden County over Community Christian 61-49, Murray over Mayfield 48-38, Webster County over Lyon County 77-48 and St. Mary over McCracken County 77-62
Girls: Christian County defeated Ohio County 52-40, Russellville over Fort Campbell 63-45, Caverna rolled Warren East 71-42, Trigg County over Christian Fellowship 64-37, Hopkins Central over Livingston Central 52-40, Union County over Webster County 50-35, Henderson County rolled Lyon County 86-50, Apollo defeated Muhlenberg County in overtime 60-48, Massac County IL slid by Paducah Tilghman in overtime 83-80 and Community Christian edged Crittenden County 53-48.
Girls: University Heights hosts Hopkinsville in an 8th district matchup in Blazer Gym. Tip off 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 Caldwell County at Union County, Madisonville hosts McLean County, Owensboro travels to Bowling Green and Webster County hosts Daviess County, .
Boys: Hopkinsville goes to Muhlenberg County, Russellville hosts Warren Central, Caldwell County goes to Crittenden County, Trigg County at Dawson Springs, Bowling Green goes to Owensboro, Paducah Tilghman hosts Community Christian and Henderson County hosts Apollo.
Boy/Girl doubleheaders: Fort Campbell goes to Todd Central, Logan County meets Rossview, South Warren is at Warren East, Greenwood welcomes Allen County Scottsville, Lyon County meets Christian Fellowship, Livingston Central at Marshall County, St. Mary goes to McCracken County, Graves County is at Ballard Memorial, Calloway County hosts Carlisle County.
Hopkinsville remains ranked second behind Ballard in the latest Associated Press boys top 10 poll. Apollo, Warren Central, McCracken County and Graves County received votes this week.
Henderson County is 8th in the Girls AP Top 10 where Louisville Butler is first. Murray, University Heights, Owensboro Catholic and Marshall County received votes this week.
College Basketball: Arkansas State defeated Western Kentucky 72-58, with Chris Harrison-Docks leading the Hilltoppers with 14 points.
Women’s action: 8th ranked Tennessee rolled 16th ranked Vanderbilt 81-53. OVC action saw Belmont nip Austin Peay 69-67 and Tennessee State defeated Murray State 72-65.
Tonight’s games: SEC action has third ranked Florida at Tennessee.
More honors for Murray State’s Jarvis Williams and Cameron Payne. For the fifth time this season Williams was named Ohio Valley Conference Newcomer of the week and Payne was named Freshman of the week Monday.
Plans were unveiled Monday for the renovation of Lexington’s Rupp Arena. Officials say it will cost $310 million dollars, with $65 million coming from state bonds. Lexington mayor Jim Gray says an announcement will be made later this year on the remainder of the funding.
College Football: University of Tennessee coach Butch Jones said Monday he was embarrassed after nine players were arrested or cited at a party early Sunday morning. During an appearance on a Knoxville radio show, Jones said the school was still gathering facts and would take appropriate measures once all the facts were known.
College Softball: University of Kentucky junior catcher Griffin Joiner has been named SEC player of the week. The former Christian County standout hit .667 in five victories last week, with three home runs and nine runs batted in. Kentucky is back in action this weekend in a tournament at the University of Texas.