High School Football
Christian County and Hopkinsville play final non district tune ups this evening. The Colonels put their 3-1 mark on the line at Fort Campbell who is also 3-1 on the season. Kickoff from Fryar Stadium at 7, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 6:35 on Lite 98.7 and worldwide at lite987whop.com.
The Hopkinsville Tigers seek win one of the season as they meet Class 4A’s Allen County Scottsville who comes in with a 1-3 record. Kickoff from the Stadium of Champions at 7, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 6:35 on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP and worldwide at whopam.com.
Elsewhere this evening: Caldwell County goes to Franklin Simpson, Todd Central welcomes Russellville, Logan County entertains Greenwood, Madisonville at Union County, Webster County entertains Ohio County, Lone Oak hosts Reidland in the final meeting between the two schools.
Calloway County goes to Marshall County, Murray at Heath, Graves County entertains Mayfield, Henderson County travels to Apollo, Paducah Tilghman at Crittenden County, Bowling Green goes to Owensboro, Warren Central hosts Barren County, Warren East hosts Metcalfe County, South Warren at Edmonson County.
Thursday’s High School Sports Results
Golf: University Heights defeated Fort Campbell and Hopkinsville’s “B” team in a Thursday afternoon match at Western Hills. UHA had 158, Hopkinsville 174 and Fort Campbell 256. Tadd Switzer of UHA was medalist with 37, followed by teammate Dalton Putty with 38. Grant Stamper and Chandler Campbell led Hopkinsville, with each scoring 43.
In girls’ action, UHA defeated Fort Campbell 87-124. Anna Moore of UHA was medalist with 35.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville shut out Caldwell County 10-0, University Heights over Todd Central 8-2, Christian County edged Webster County 2-1,Trigg County edged Dawson Springs 3-2, Madisonville over Apollo 10-0.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville shut out Murray 5-0, University Heights edged Owensboro Catholic 3-2, Trigg County drilled Dawson Springs 10-0, Fort Campbell was a 10-0 winner over Lyon County, Franklin Simpson over Todd Central 2-0, Union County and Hopkins Central tied at 1.
Volleyball: University Heights defeated Fort Campbell 3-0, Bowling Green over Christian County 3-0, Caldwell County defeated Hopkinsville 2-0, Franklin Simpson over Todd Central 2-0, Hickman County got by Trigg County 2-1, Madisonville over Ohio County 2-1.
College Football: It’s a big game for both Western Kentucky and Kentucky as the teams square off tomorrow night in Lexington. The Hilltoppers and Wildcats are both 1-1 on the season, with kickoff at 6 pm Hopkinsville time, with Countdown to Kickoff on the air at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.
Elsewhere: Louisville entertains North Carolina, Tennessee welcomes Florida, Vanderbilt hosts Presbyterian. In the Ohio Valley Conference: Austin Peay opens conference play at Tennessee State, with Murray State going to Missouri State.
A big game in the SEC tomorrow has top ranked Alabama at Arkansas, with coverage at 2 on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP.
College Basketball: Austin Peay assistant women’s coach Jessica Grayson is leaving the program after two years to become the new girls basketball coach at Clarksville Academy. Ironically, Grayson replaces Jerome Jackson, who left that job Wednesday to become an assistant in the Lady Governors program.