High School Baseball-Thursday games: Logan County got by Allen County Scottsville 4-2.
Today’s games: Because of inclement weather Thursday, the 2nd region All A championship game between University Heights and Webster County will be played today in Dawson Springs.
Other games have Hopkinsville travelling to Madisonville, Christian County entertains Greenwood, Caldwell County at Webster County, Trigg County is at Crittenden County, Logan County hosts Graves County, Russellville travels to Warren East, Dawson Springs hosts Livingston Central, Hopkins Central at Ohio County, Paducah Tilghman at Marshall County, Henderson County goes to Franklin Simpson,
High School Softball- Thursday’s games: Barren County defeated Logan County 6-2.
Today’s games: The 2nd region All A softball championship game will be played at 5:30 this afternoon at University Heights between Livingston Central and Lyon County with University Heights hosting Ballard Memorial following the game.
Other games have Russellville going to Allen County Scottsville, Logan County, Madisonville, Union County and Muhlenberg County play in the Greenwood Border Battle in Bowling Green, Dawson Springs welcomes Todd Central, Trigg County hosts Webster County, Caldwell County welcomes Murray, Livingston Central hosts Marshall County.
Christian County is the 7th ranked team in this week’s Kentucky High School Softball Coaches Association Top 25. Greenwood is 1st, Owensboro Catholic 5th, Reidland 9th, Bowling Green 15th, Livingston Central is 20th and Henderson County is 25th.
Henderson County is 8th in this week’s Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25. Woodford County is first this week.
College Basketball: Austin Peay picked up its second signee in as many days Thursday. Former Kenwood High player Demarius Smith is transferring to the Governor program after spending time at Vincennes University. Smith began his collegiate career at Lipscomb University.
College Football: Western Kentucky concludes its first spring practice under Coach Bobby Petrino tomorrow. The Hilltoppers will have its Red/White Spring game at 2 pm at Houchens/LT Smith Stadium.
Austin Peay will also conclude its first spring practice under Coach Kirby Cannon tomorrow with its Red/White scrimmage game. Game time is at 11 am in Governors Stadium.
College Baseball: Austin Peay opens a three game Ohio Valley Conference series hosting Belmont, Murray State steps out of the OVC in opening a three game series hosting Alabama A&M and Western Kentucky opens a three game Sun Belt road series at South Alabama.
Austin Peay announced Thursday that they will host Evansville in a doubleheader next Wednesday, April 24th beginning at 4 pm. The teams were to play in Evansville earlier this week, but the game was postponed after threats were made on Twitter about player and fan safety
Minor League Baseball: The Bowling Green Hot Rods won their ninth game in the last ten by defeating Great Lakes 6-0. The Hot Rods open a three game series in Dayton against the Dragons.
The Nashville Sounds were rained out for the second day in a row against the Iowa Cubs. The game will be made up as part of a twin bill June 21st in Des Moines. The two teams close out their series this evening.
NFL: The league has released its 2013 schedule and the Tennessee Titans will open on the road. The Titans will play at Pittsburgh against the Steelers for the second time since 2005 on September 8th. The Titans then have a second road game against Houston September 15th before hosting its home opener against San Diego September 22nd.
Other home games have the New York Jets September 29th, Kansas City October 6th, the defending NFC champion San Francisco 49ers October 20th, Jacksonville November 10th, Indianapolis in the only prime time game November 14th, Arizona December 15th and Houston December 29th.
The Titans will also travel to St. Louis to face former coach Jeff Fisher November 3rd. Tennessee begins pre season play hosting Washington August 8th at LP Field.
NHL: The Nashville Predators season is down to its last four games and the Predators are on the road this evening against Chicago. First puck drops at 7:30.
Golf: Brian Davis fired a six under 65 and has a one shot lead over Kevin Streelman and Charley Hoffman after the first round of the PGA Tour’s RBC Heritage at Hilton Head Island, SC. Danville native Josh Teater is at level par 71, while Nashville native Brandt Snedeker has a two over 73 score.
The Champions Tour’s Greater Gwinnett Championship begins today in suburban Atlanta. Franklin’s Kenny Perry is in this week’s field.