Monday’s High School Sports Results
Volleyball: University Heights shut out Union County 3-0, Webster County got by Fort Campbell 3-2, Russellville edged Warren East 2-1, Ballard Memorial shut out Trigg County 3-0, Henderson County over Hopkins Central 3-0, Madisonville defeated Muhlenberg County 3-1.
Boys Soccer: Fort Campbell shutout Christian County 2-0, no report on the University Heights-Trigg County game, Muhlenberg County defeated Dawson Springs 2-0, Henderson County over Union County 10-0.
Girls Soccer: Christian County edged Fort Campbell 1-0, Caldwell County over Hopkins Central 4-0, Henderson County over Union County 9-0, Murray defeated Calloway County 3-0.
Volleyball: Christian County goes to Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville goes to Todd Central, University Heights hosts Trigg County, Logan County hosts Greenwood, Russellville hosts Barren County, Madisonville at Hopkins Central.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville hosts Bowling Green, Fort Campbell travels to Marshall County, Logan County welcomes Warren East, Trigg County entertains Lyon County, Caldwell County hosts Hopkins Central, Madisonville at Daviess County,
Girls Soccer: University Heights hosts Henderson County, Trigg County at Lyon County, Logan County hosts Warren East, Todd Central hosts Webster County, Dawson Springs hosts Crittenden County.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green remains first, Warren Central 3rd, Christian County 6th and Greenwood 7th.
Class 3-A: Louisville Central remains first, Paducah Tilghman 6th and Fort Campbell 8th.
Class 2-A: Owensboro Catholic moves to number one, Murray High 4th and Caldwell County is 10th this week.
Class A: Mayfield is still on top, with Russellville 8th.
Class 4-A: Highlands remains number one, Lone Oak 9th and Warren East is 10th this week.
Class 6-A: Trinity is first, with Henderson County 9th this week.
College Football: Three members of Kentucky’s football team were charged with marijuana possession following their arrests last Thursday night. Running back Raymond Sanders, wide receiver Bookie Cobbins and cornerback Marcus Caffey will all remain with the team according to coach Joker Phillips.
Sanders and Cobbins were suspended for last week’s game against Western Kentucky, but will play Saturday at Florida. Caffey is academically ineligible for this season. The three are scheduled to appear in Fayette District Court October 9th.
Western Kentucky coach Willie Taggart says beating Kentucky is not the only goal for the Hilltopper football team.
Taggart tells the Courier Journal his team enjoyed the Kentucky win for what he termed 25 hours, but now is focusing on Southern Miss who comes to Houchens-LT Smith Stadium Saturday night. WKU has won 9 of its last 11 games, with losses coming to LSU last season and to number one Alabama two weeks ago.
College Basketball: Two schools received commitments for 2013 Monday. Louisville received a commitment from 5-11 junior college point guard Chris Smith from Northwest Florida Junior College, while Tennessee got a commitment from 6-5 shooting guard Robert Hubbs of Newburn, TN.
There’s more drama concerning Texas Tech and former Kentucky basketball coach Billy Gillispie. Multiple reports say Gillispie must live in a stress free environment for 30 days. Gillispie is being treated at the Mayo Clinic for abnormal headaches and kidney problems.
Gillispie is also being investigated by Texas Tech officials for mistreatment of players.
NFL: Despite an 0-2 start, Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak says he plans to make no changes. Munchak instead is preaching patience, saying a play or two would have swung games. The Titans host 1-1 Detroit Sunday at noon in LP Field.