High School Baseball: 8th district action today has Hopkinsville hosting University Heights and Christian County travels to Fort Campbell.
Other games: Heritage Christian hosts Aaron Academy, Trigg County entertains Livingston Central, Russellville at Allen County Scottsville, Logan County hosts Warren Central, Dawson Springs at Lyon County, Madisonville at Hopkins Central.
High School Softball: 8th district action has University Heights hosting Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville travels to Logan County, Todd Central goes to Butler County, Trigg County hosts Livingston Central, Caldwell County hosts Crittenden County, Russellville welcomes Edmonson County, Dawson Springs at Lyon County, Henderson County at Webster County.
Hopkinsville High golfer Dayton Jones finished tied for 15th at this week’s Golfweek Junior Tour stop in Columbus Ohio. Jones fired a two day total of 161.
College Football: Kentucky concluded spring practice with the Blue-White game Saturday. Coach Joker Phillips said following the game he found a few players during the spring who can make plays and that they need to keep working this summer to become better. Kentucky opens the football season September 2nd against Louisville.
NHL: Two days after defeating the Detroit Red Wings in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Nashville Predators were in practice Sunday at Bridgestone Arena. The Predators now await to see if they will play Chicago or Phoenix in the second round.
The Coyotes have a 3-2 series lead heading into tonight’s game 6. If Phoenix wins the series, they receive home ice. If the Blackhawks pull out the series, the Predators retain home ice.
Minor League Baseball: The Nashville Sounds lost their 7th game in a row to Omaha Sunday 2-1. The teams play again this evening in Omaha.
The Bowling Green Hot Rods defeated Quad Cities 4-3 in the first of a three game set, with game two this evening at Bowling Green Ballpark.
College Baseball: West Kentucky Star.com reports Paducah’s Brooks Stadium has been named as one of the nine sites to host opening round play in the NAIA baseball tournament. This marks the second straight year Paducah will host the NAIA tournament.
Champions Tour: Franklin’s Kenny Perry and Paducah’s Russ Cochran finished tied for 13th at the Legends of Golf in Savannah, Georgia. The duo finished at 22 under 194, seven shots behind winners David Frost and Michael Allen.