Monday’s High School Sports Results
Golf: Christian County, Hopkinsville and Henderson County had a quad match Monday at Hopkinsville Golf and Country Club. Henderson County won with 144, Hopkinsville was second with 160, Christian County third at 174.
Henderson County’s Ben Hamilton was medalist with 33, Christian County’s TJ Ferry had 34 and Hopkinsville’s Jack Gardner had 38.
Volleyball: Heritage Christian Academy defeated Clarksville Academy 3 sets to none, Trigg County edged Mayfield 3 sets to 2, Hopkins Central also defeated Crittenden County 3-2, Union County over Webster County 3-0.
Boys Soccer: Christian County and Todd Central tied at 3, Caldwell County over St. Mary 4-2, Logan County over Warren East 5-1, Hopkins Central defeated Dawson Springs 3-1.
Girls Soccer: Hopkins Central nipped Dawson Springs 1-0.
Volleyball: Todd Central at Franklin Simpson, Caldwell County is at Madisonville, Bowling Green at Logan County, Hopkins Central at McLean County, Union County hosts Crittenden County.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville travels to Lone Oak, Hopkins Central hosts Lyon County, Madisonville entertains Marshall County, Logan County at Butler County.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville plays at Trigg County, Todd Central welcomes Hopkins Central, Caldwell County goes to Heath, Madisonville travels to Daviess County, Henderson County at Castle, IN, Webster County hosts Union County, Calloway County at Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman hosts Crittenden County.
High School Basketball: Hopkinsville High has released its upcoming boys basketball schedule. The defending 2nd region champions will open the season November 29th hosting Russellville from the 4th region, then play in the Marshall County Hoop Fest December 1st. The Tigers will also face Lavergne, TN and Louisville Male in the Toyota of Hopkinsville Christmas Tournament December 14-15, will make an appearance at the King of the Bluegrass December 19th-23rd .
Hopkinsville opens 8th district play against UHA December 10th.
College Football: Kentucky quarterback Max Smith says he’s ready for the challenge of facing in state rival and 25th ranked Louisville. Smith tells the Courier Journal he’s ready to prove he can play and move the ball up and down the field and score touchdowns.
Meanwhile, Louisville coach Charlie Strong is not letting the Cardinals embrace the role of being favorites in the Governor’s Cup game. Strong says his team is preparing as if it’s the underdog. Pre game coverage for Sunday’s game at 1 on Lite 98.7.
The Knoxville News Sentinel reports University of Tennessee wide receiver Da’Rick Rogers, suspended indefinitely last week by Vols coach Derek Dooley, has transferred to Tennessee Tech. Rogers would not comment on what led to his suspension at Tennessee, but is happy to have a second chance to play. Rogers will be eligible for the upcoming season.
College Basketball: For the second time in less than a week, another outstanding girls high school basketball player in Kentucky is changing her collegiate commitment. Makalya Epps announced Monday she plans to play for the University of Kentucky, after first committing to Louisville. Epps joins teammate Kyvia Goodin-Rogers as the first commitments for UK in the 2013 class.
NFL: Despite being out for the remainder of the season due to a broken leg, Tennessee Titans wide receiver/kick returner Marc Mariani vows he will play again. Mariani recalled the injury suffered in last Thursday night’s game against Arizona and plans to be in training camp next year.
The United States champion Goodlettsville, TN Little League baseball team arrived back home yesterday to a heroes welcome. The Tennessean reports the team will be recognized at Vanderbilt’s season opening football game Thursday night against South Carolina.