High School Volleyball: Hopkinsville goes to Madisonville, University Heights entertains Fort Campbell, Todd Central welcomes Trigg County, Russellville hosts Monroe County, Logan County at Warren Central, Hopkins Central hosts Muhlenberg County, Crittenden County entertains Webster County.
High School Football: Tickets remain on sale at Christian County High School for the Colonels games in the Montgomery County Jamboree Saturday night at Governors Stadium at Austin Peay. Tickets are $5 each for the games which have the Colonels playing Ravenwood at 7:15 and Northeast at 8 pm.
Hopkinsville High will host Owensboro at the high school practice field at 7 pm Friday. That comes after the “Meet the Tigers” night for all fall teams at 5 pm at Tiger Gym.
College Football: Louisville had its media day Wednesday. Coach Charlie Strong says the Cardinals are aiming high this fall after being picked to win the Big East Conference. Strong said to the media the expectations are out there and there’s no way the Cardinals can hide from them. Louisville tied for a share of the Big East title last season.
College Basketball: Kentucky freshman to be Nerlens Noel says he will be eligible to play for the Wildcats this season. Noel told CBS Sports.com Wednesday he has been cleared academically. Noel reclassified from the junior to the senior class in the middle of last year. Because of the move, he had to do additional course work this summer to meet NCAA eligibility requirements.
The ESPN Gameday Crew will visit Rupp Arena for a Kentucky basketball game this season. The Wildcats game with Missouri February 23rd has been selected for an 8 pm Hopkinsville time tipoff, with the Gameday Crew doing pre game shows that day.
It appears Murray State may have its final basketball game for its 2012-13 schedule wrapped up. WPSD-Paducah reported on its website Wednesday Old Dominion could be coming to the CFSB Center this season as part of a home and home series. If or when it’s official, look for the game to be scheduled between the November 27th home date with Lipscomb and the December 8th game at Evansville.
Golf: Hopkinsville’s Mitchell Moore fired his second straight 73 for a two day total of 146 at the Kentucky Open in Hebron. Moore enters the final round tied for 22nd. Tyler Mitchell of Cadiz came back with a 70 yesterday for a 148 total, which ties him for 30th place. Louisville’s Keith Ohr has a one shot lead on Bowling Green’s Adam Gary heading into today’s final round.
The Bowling Green Daily News reported Wednesday Western Kentucky University is placing a bid to host the 2014 NCAA Division One Golf Championships. Olde Stone Golf Club in Bowling Green has hosted the 2009 and 2012 regionals. An announcement who will receive the bid is expected by November 1st.
NFL: Kenny Britt is continuing to add fuel to his fire concerning his off the field activities. The Tennessee Titan wide receiver posted a picture online via Instagram of a form he received Wednesday where he was fined over $9,000 for missing a injury rehab session.
Meanwhile, the Tennessean reports Britt told reporters earlier in the day he is worried he may be fined by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for his recent arrest on DUI charges at Fort Campbell. Britt met with Goodell Monday in New York, the second time the two men have met in a year.
On the field, coach Mike Munchak may decide today if Matt Hasselbeck or Jake Locker will start the Titans pre season game Saturday at Seattle.