Members of Oklahoma State’s basketball coaching staff, which includes Hopkinsville native Tommy Wade have been doing a small part to comfort the victims of Monday’s devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. Wade bought a home in Moore when he moved to Oklahoma to coach at Oklahoma City University in 2005. He still owns it and says the twister struck seven blocks from his home which was not damaged. Wade says residents had 18 minutes to seek shelter from the time the tornado warning was issued until it struck. The Oklahoma State staff has spent the last two days cooking and serving hamburgers and hot dogs to the clean up workers and victims of the storm, many of whom told them they plan to rebuild. Wade told WHOP Sports pictures and video shown is not at all indicative of what the damage is truly like. High School Softball: Madisonville won the 7th district championship Friday evening defeating Hopkins Central 7-1. Both teams will advance to the 2nd region tournament which begins Monday at Lyon County. Pairings for the 2nd region baseball and softball tournaments will be announced this morning at Madisonville. WHOP Sports will be on hand and have the pairings on our websites and Facebook page as soon as possible after they are announced.College Baseball: Austin Peay extended the nation's longest winning streak to 14 games as the Governors defeated top seed Tennessee Tech 6-2 at the OVC Tournament in Jackson, TN Friday night. The Governors are now 44-13 on the season and will face either Tennessee Tech or Eastern Kentucky in the championship game at 3:30 this afternoon. Tech and EKU play in an elimination game at noon. College Softball: The University of Tennessee won its opening game in Super Regional play against Alabama 3-2. The two teams play a potential elimination game today in Knoxville. If Alabama wins, the teams play a third game tomorrow. Former Christian County standout Griffin Joiner leads Kentucky into its Super Regional game tonight at Arizona State. The game begins at 9 pm Hopkinsville time. Game two is tomorrow and if a third game is needed it will also be played tomorrow. Golf: Former Hopkinsville High and current Rend Lake College golfer Dayton Jones concluded play Friday in the NJCAA Division Two National Championship in Scottsboro, Alabama. Jones fired a four over par 76 in the final round and finished the four day event at 292, tied for 17th place. Jones was also named second team NJCAA All American. Princeton native and University of Alabama freshman Emma Talley finished her first NCAA Women’s Championship with a final round three over par 75. Talley completed the four day tournament tied for 23rd at 6 over par 294. The 2nd ranked Crimson Tide finished in seventh place, with Southern California winning the national championship. Franklin’s Kenny Perry and Paducah’s Russ Cochran both shot 66 Friday and share the lead heading into today’s third round of the Senior PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis. Perry and Cochran are each at 7 under par 135 and lead Japan’s Kiyoshi Murota by two strokes. Jay Haas, Loren Roberts and Duffy Waldorf are three strokes back at 4 under 138. On the PGA Tour, second round play at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas will be completed this morning. A two hour weather delay Friday stopped play with a number of golfers still on the course. Canada’s Graham DeLaet is the clubhouse leader at 9 under par 131, with Kentuckians Josh Teater and Steve Flesch among three golfers at 8 under 132. Matt Kuchar is leading on the course at 10 under par through 15 holes of his second round. Major League Baseball: Brandon Phillips hit a two run home run in the 8th inning as Cincinnati defeated the Chicago Cubs 7-4 at Great American Ballpark. The two teams play again this afternoon, with pre game coverage at 2:40 on News/Talk WHOP.