Sports Tonight with Todd Hamilton airs at 5:06 this evening on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP and worldwide at whopam.com. Guests include Christian County volleyball coach Rick Erickson and previews of the Hopkinsville-Greenwood and Christian County-Henderson County football games.
High School Sports Results from Tuesday
Volleyball: Bowling Green over Logan County 3 sets to 1, Union County defeated Crittenden County 3 sets to 1.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville defeated Lone Oak 3-0, Fort Campbell edged Graves County 3-2, Logan County shuts out Butler County 7-0, Madisonville and Marshall County tied at 2.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville rolled over Trigg County 11-1, Todd Central shut out Hopkins Central 5-0, Union County over Webster County 5-2, Caldwell County shut out Heath 3-0.
Golf: Hopkinsville defeated Trigg County in boys action 154 to 171. Hopkinsville’s Jack Gardner was medalist with 33, Wade Perry carded a 39. Trigg County was led by Nick Choate who had 36.
Girls: Hopkinsville defeated Trigg County 148-156, with Dacie Bolton leading the Lady Tigers with 45, Madison Chaney led Trigg County with 43.
High School Football: Bluegrass Preps.com has released its weekly polls.
Class A: Mayfield is number one, with Russellville 5th.
Class 2A: Somerset is first, Owensboro Catholic 3rd, Murray 5th.
Class 3A: Louisville Central is at the top, Paducah Tilghman 3rd, Fort Campbell 6th.
Class 4A: Highlands is number one, with Lone Oak ranked 8th.
Class 5A: Bowling Green is first, Warren Central 3rd, Christian County 9th and Graves County 10th.
Class 6A: Trinity is on top, with Henderson County ranked 10th.
College Football: The newest member of Tennessee Tech’s football team says failed drug tests led to his departure from the University of Tennessee. Wide receiver Da’Rick Rogers spoke with the media Tuesday for the first time since his suspension last week.
Rogers said he did some dumb and immature things. He will dress tomorrow night when Tech opens the season against Hampton, but coach Watson Brown says he’s not sure if Rogers will play. Coach Brown also says Rogers behavior will be more closely monitored than any other player.
College Basketball: Austin Peay has added another player to its roster. The school announced Tuesday Travis Betran signed just before the beginning of the fall semester. Betran is a 6-3 guard from Harlem, NY who averaged 16.3 points per game last season for Kilgore Community College.
NFL: The Tennessee Titans have taken wide receiver Kenny Britt off the physically unable to perform list. The Tennessean reports Britt passed a physical Tuesday and will be added to the active roster today. Britt will not play in the pre season finale Thursday night against the New Orleans Saints. Britt is returning from rehab of both surgically repaired knees.