High School Baseball: One game in the area was played Friday, with Madisonville defeating Caldwell County 4-3. Today's games: Fort Campbell plays a doubleheader at Fulton County, Russellville hoss Owensboro, Trigg County hosting McLean County, Livingston Central hosts Murray, Union County hosts Daviess County, Marshall County hosts Webster County, Caldwell County meets Ballard Memorial and Franklin Simpson meets Heath at the Dreammaker Classic at Marshall County. High School Softball: University Heights is to host the Lady Blazer Invitational today, with the Lady Blazers playing Caldwell County, Franklin Simpson and McLean County. Other games in the event have Webster County meeting Franklin Simpson, Caldwell County and McLean County. The Raincatcher Invitational at Hopkins Central has the host Lady Storm facing Calloway County, Meade County and Assumption, with Calloway County to also play Assumption. Todd Central plays a doubleheader with Russell County and Bowling Green, Henderson County hosts Owensboro Catholic. Members of the Union County softball team were involved in a traffic accident Friday evening when the bus they were in overturned on US 60 in Livingston County. The team had played a game at Livingston Central High School. The mishap occurred around 4:45, with one person being airlifted from the scene, with others injured treated at area hospitals. There were 26 people on the bus at the time of the accident. College Football: Kentucky received a major commitment for its 2014 class Friday, as Conner High quarterback Drew Barker committed to the Wildcats. The 6th ranked quarterback in the nation chose UK over Tennessee and South Carolina. Kentucky wasn't even on Barker's radar when Joker Phillips was coach, but that changed with Mark Stoops taking over the program. Barker said six months ago, he wouldn't had even considered Kentucky. The Courier Journal reports Louisville also received a commitment for 2014 Friday evening, as wide receiver George Rushing of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida became the 12th commitment. Rushing made his pledge one day after receiving a scholarship offer and becomes the 7th commitment from the state of Florida. The Tennessean reports University of Tennessee cornerback Daniel Gray is leaving the program. Coach Butch Jones says Gray is transferring to a school closer to his Florida home. Gray played briefly as a starter in the 2012 season, but missed some of spring practice due to injury. College Baseball: Belmont defeated Murray State 7-2 in the opener of their Ohio Valley Conference series in Nashville, with the teams playing again this afternoon. Austin Peay won at UT Martin 9-5, with game two of the series this afternoon. Western Kentucky lost its Sun Belt series opener with Florida Atlantic7-2, with the teams to play this afternoon in Bowling Green. College Softball: Murray State has advanced to the semi finals of the OVC tournament following a 3-1 win Friday over top seed and host Eastern Illinois. Former Christian County player Casey Castile went 0-3 in the game. Murray State plays Jacksonville State in the semi finals this afternoon. College Golf: The University of Alabama increased its team lead to 14 strokes after two rounds of the NCAA East regional at Auburn University Club Friday. The Crimson Tide tied its own record set in round one Thursday with another 11 under par 277 score to lead Tulane by 14 strokes, with Arkansas and Oklahoma State tied for third.Princeton's Emma Talley followed up her opening round 67 with a one under par 71 for a two day total of 138. The freshman is tied for second individually. The final round of the event takes place today. Minor League Baseball: The Bowling Green Hot Rods were rained out in their series finale with West Michigan Friday night at Bowling Green Ballpark. The Hot Rods open a series with the Lake County Captains this evening at Bowling Green Ballpark. The Nashville Sounds defeated Fresno 5-4 Friday night atThe Sounds open a four game series with Sacramento this evening at Greer Stadium. Major League Baseball: Brandon Phillips had an RBI single and a solo home run in leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers at Great American Ballpark. The teams play again this afternoon, with pre game coverage at 2:40 on News/Talk WHOP. St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter took another step toward his return to the mound Friday, by throwing a pain free bullpen session. The 38-year-old former Cy Young winner's career appeared to be over in February when it was announced he would likely not pitch this season because of chronic pain in his neck, shoulder and arm. However, when his arm felt pain free after playing catch with his son this spring, he was given the go ahead by the Cardinals to try and return. Carpenter has been plagued by injuries which has cost him the better part of five seasons. Golf: The leaderboard at The Players resembles a major championship as Sergio Garcia leads the way at 11 under par, following a 7 under par 65 Friday at TPC Sawgrass. Tiger Woods is one shot back at 10 under following a 5 under 67, with Lee Westwood in third two strokes back of Woods. Phil Mickelson missed the cut after a one over par 73 left him at one over par for the event.