High School Basketball
Boys: Fort Campbell hosts Todd Central, Madisonville hosts Apollo, Livingston Central at Lone Oak, Graves County goes to Carlisle County, South Warren at Grayson County, Murray plays at Heath.
Girls: Christian County welcomes Apollo, Fort Campbell entertains Todd Central, Trigg County hosts Christian Fellowship, Dawson Springs hosts Whitesville Trinity, Muhlenberg County hosts Butler County, Union County entertains Daviess County, Henderson County goes to Owensboro Catholic, Mayfield at Fulton County, Murray goes to Heath, Bowling Green hosts Caverna.
High School Wrestling: Union County continued its dominance in the Region 1 wrestling tournament held over the weekend at Christian County High School. Fort Campbell finished second, Christian County 3rd, Hopkinsville was 8th and University Heights was 10th.
College Basketball-Sunday’s scores
In the SEC: Tennessee defeated South Carolina 66-61.
Women’s scores: 10th ranked Kentucky defeated Vanderbilt 75-53, 12th ranked Tennessee rolled over Ole Miss 97-68.
Tonight’s games: Manhattan meets Fairfield in a game that was cancelled from Saturday due to the Northeast blizzard. Women’s action has Murray State hosting Tennessee State and Louisville going against 2nd ranked Notre Dame.
Kentucky is back in action tomorrow night at Florida, with pre game coverage at 4:30 on Lite 98.7. Because of today being a travel day, Coach John Calipari’s talk show and Big Blue Weekly move to Wednesday night this week beginning at 5 also on Lite 98.7.
NHL: The Nashville Predators dropped their second game in as many nights Sunday night, losing to the Chicago Blackhawks 3-0 at Bridgestone Arena. The Predators are back in action tomorrow night hosting San Jose at 7 pm.
Golf: Nashville native Brandt Snedeker won for the first time this season, taking a two shot victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro Am. Snedeker had finished second the two previous weeks on tour. Chris Kirk finished second.
Rocco Mediate won his Champions Tour debut, winning the Allianz Championship with a three day total of 199, besting Bernhard Langer and Tom Pernice Jr. by two strokes. Franklin’s Kenny Perry finished with a three day total of 210, Paducah’s Russ Cochran had 211.