High School Softball: University Heights scored seven times in the third inning in defeating Hopkinsville 11-5. The Lady Blazers got four hits from Hannah Shemwell, who also got the pitching win.
Sydney Davenport added three hits for UHA. Erin Ganley had two hits for the Lady Tigers, with Skyler Grant taking the pitching loss. UHA is 1-1 on the season and 1-0 in 8th district play, while Hopkinsville is 0-2 and 0-1 in the district.
Elsewhere: Todd Central defeated Jo Byrns 8-7 in 8 innings, Webster County over Caldwell County 10-8, Lyon County over Dawson Springs 15-10, Madisonville over Daviess County 10-0 in five innings, Muhlenberg County shutout Butler County 7-0.
Today’s games: Hopkinsville hosts Logan County, UHA travels to Ohio County, Christian County travels to Lone Oak, Todd Central goes to Dawson Springs, Madisonville hosts Muhlenberg County, Lyon County welcomes Henderson County, Union County at Livingston Central, Webster County at McLean County, Crittenden County hosts Mayfield.
High School Baseball: Muhlenberg County edged Hopkinsville 6-5 in 8 innings, Christian County defeated Trigg County 7-2, Russellville edged Fort Campbell 7-5, Springfield, TN over Todd Central 15-2, Calloway County shutout Caldwell County 5-0, Owensboro Catholic edged Madisonville 4-3, Henderson County run ruled Crittenden County 14-4 in five innings, Lyon County defeated Dawson Springs 15-10.
Today’s games: University Heights at Caldwell County, Fort Campbell hosts Sycamore, TN, Trigg County hosts Muhlenberg County, Madisonville entertains Webster County, Logan County entertains Greenwood, Hopkins Central welcomes Todd Central.
Heritage Christian Academy’s softball game against Clarksville Academy today has been cancelled and will be made up as part of a doubleheader at Clarksville Academy April 16th.
Christian County High golfer Jonathan Grabara signed a letter Monday to play collegiate golf for Lindsey Wilson College. He is the first of four Colonel student-athletes who will sign letters this week, with signings scheduled today, Thursday and Friday.
Women’s NCAA: Kentucky edged Green Bay 65-62 thanks to free throws by Keyla Snowden with five seconds left. Kentucky faces Gonzaga on Sunday.
Tennessee rolled over DePaul 63-48 and will face either Delaware or Kansas on Saturday.
Maryland defeated Louisville 72-68. The Lady Cardinals finish their season 23-10.
Tonight’s game: Vanderbilt meets Duke in Nashville.
NIT: Middle Tennessee ended Tennessee’s season with a 71-64 win in Knoxville. The Blue Raiders scored the last 15 points of the game to get the victory. UT finishes its first season under coach Cuonzo Martin at 19-15.
Kentucky freshman Anthony Davis was named the winner of the Oscar Robertson Trophy Monday. The award is given by the U-S Basketball Writers Association to the top player in the nation. Davis is the second freshman to win the award. Davis is averaging 14 points and 10 rebounds for the top ranked Wildcats this season.
After a four game west coast swing, the Nashville Predators are back in action this evening hosting the Edmonton Oilers at Bridgestone Arena. Coverage of the game at 7 on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP.