Ohio Valley League Baseball: The first place Hoptown Hoppers are back in action tonight. The Hoppers—who have won four of their last five games—play at Fulton, the only team to defeat them in this current streak.
The Hoppers return home to face Madisonville tomorrow night at 7:05 at Colonel Field on Salvation Army night, with pre game coverage at 6:50 on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP and whopam.com.
Elsewhere tonight in the OVL: Madisonville plays at Marion.
High School Softball: Allen County Scottsville pitcher Kelsi Pardue has been named Kentucky Miss Softball by the Kentucky Softball Coaches Association.
Pardue led ACS to the state championship as a junior in 2011 and this year, led the Lady Patriots to a 35-3 record before losing to Greenwood in the 4th region final. Pardue is the first 4th region player since 1996 to be named Miss Softball.
MLB: Four interleague games highlight the schedule this evening as Atlanta hosts the New York Yankees, Washington is at Toronto, Boston at Miami and the Freeway Series has the LA Angels at the LA Dodgers.
Minor League Baseball: The Nashville Sounds open a Pacific Coast League series at Memphis, while the Bowling Green Hot Rods wrap up a Midwest League series at Dayton.
College Football: Authorities are searching for the suspect in connection with the shooting Saturday night that killed two former Auburn football players and wounded a current member of the team. Dead are former Tiger players Ed Christian and Ladarious Phillips, while current Tiger Eric Mack was hospitalized and is expected to recover. Police say the shooter—identified as Desmonte Leonard is still at large.
Tennis: Rafael Nadal has won the French Open for a record setting seventh time, in a four set victory today over Novak Djokovic. The match was halted Sunday at Roland Gerros Stadium in Paris Sunday due to rain.
NHL: Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final takes place tonight in Los Angeles as the Kings will again try to hoist Lord Stanley’s Cup, but the New Jersey Devils have won the last two games in the series. The Kings lead 3 games to 2.