High School Basketball
Heritage Christian Academy’s teams played against Victory Christian. The Warriors improved to 5-1 on the season and 5-0 in conference play with an 81-11 victory. Alex Walker had 21 to lead HCA, who had three players in double figures. The Warriors meet White House this evening.
HCA’s Lady Warriors were also victorious, defeating Victory Christian 60-8. Grace Waldron led the Lady Warriors with nine points.
Austin Peay lost for the second straight night in the CBE Classic in Bowling Green, Ohio to George Washington 54-52. Tyshwan Edmondson led the Governors with a game high 17 points.
Tennessee and Memphis battled to a double overtime affair, before Memphis came away with a 99-97 victory at the Maui Invitational.
Louisville defeated Arkansas State 54-27. The Cards held their fourth straight opponent to less than 55 points in going to 4-0 on the season.
Women’s scores: Austin Peay lost at Louisville 78-60, Murray State fell at Alabama A&M 76-71 and Western Kentucky lost to Wright State 86-66.
Tonight’s games: Kentucky is back in action hosting Radford, with pre game coverage beginning at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.
Elsewhere in the SEC: Tennessee meets host Chaminade at the Maui Invitational and LSU takes on South Alabama.
Austin Peay meets Detroit in their final game of the CBE Classic, Murray State takes on Alaska Anchorage at the Great Alaska Shootout, and for the second time in four days, Western Kentucky hosts Virginia Commonwealth.
Kentucky football coach Joker Phillips says Maxwell Smith will be the starting quarterback if he can go when the Cats close out the regular season Saturday against Tennessee. Smith suffered a shoulder strain in last Saturday's loss at Georgia. Kentucky Sports Radio reports on its website wide receiver Matt Roark--who last played quarterback in high school--is taking snaps out of the Wildcat formation this week in case Smith nor Morgan Newton cannot go Saturday. Pre game coverage begins at 9:30 Saturday morning on Lite 98.7.
The Ohio Valley Conference released its post season All-OVC teams Tuesday. Murray State quarterback Casey Brockman and running back Mike Harris were named first team offense, while Austin Peay defensive back Amius Smith was named first team defense. Austin Peay’s Ryan White was named as a running back on the second team, with Murray State offensive tackle Raymond Hopson also named to the second team offense.
Murray State linebackers Sam Small and Qua Huzzie were named second team defense, along with Racer defensive back Dontrell Johnson. Johnson was also named second team return specialist. He was joined on that team by kicker Kienan Cullen.
Murray State’s Sam Small and Qua Huzzie were also named to the all Newcomer team.
The Nashville Predators gave up three first period goals in falling to the Edmonton Oilers 6-2. It was only the fourth road win for the Oilers this season. Nashville plays a pre Thanksgiving game this evening at Minnesota, with coverage at 7 on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP.
The Princeton Times Leader reports Princeton's Emma Talley just barely got into the match play portion of the Polo Junior Classic in Palm Beach Garden, Florida. Talley had a two day stroke play total of 152, which concluded Tuesday. Talley is facing Jaye Marie Green in match play this morning and if she wins, she will play a second match today. The quarterfinal and semifinal matches will take place Thanksgiving Day, with the championship match on Friday.