Hoppers Baseball: The Hoptown Hoppers ended a three game losing streak last night with a 4-3 victory at
Pitching was the strong suit as it was a scoreless game until the 8th inning, when
The Hoppers had just six hits, with Huckabay and Kyle Barbee each recording two. Reliever Trevor Blocker picked up the pitching victory, with Ryne Long recording the save. Those two along with starter Riley Sanderson who went seven innings, held the Bombers to six hits.
The victory moved the Hoppers to 16-9 and a game and a half lead on Fulton, who swept a doubleheader over
Tonight in the OVL: Hoptown continues its two game road trip at
Minor League Baseball: Round Rock defeated the Nashville Sounds 6-3 at Greer Stadium last night, with the finale of the series this evening.
The Bowling Green Hot Rods game with
High School Basketball:
Rendek coached the Colonels from 1959-1963, going 87-23 in that span, winning two 8th district and one 2nd region title. Rendek led the 1960-61 Colonels to a 26-6 record where they lost in the opening round of the state tournament. Before coaching the Colonels, Rendek played for Austin Peay, where he was captain of the basketball team.
A memorial service will be held this afternoon at 5 at Blalock-Coleman and York Funeral Home in
The Kentucky New Era reports three seniors to be on Hopkinsville High’s basketball team will play on the first Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches rising senior team at the first National High School Basketball Coaches Association rising senior event July 14-16 in
Tra Edwards, Quan Poindexter and Jamonte Davis will be on the ten person team. The event will feature teams from several Midwestern states and
College Football: The Courier Journal reports four star linebacker James Hearns of
Hearns just learned last week he qualified academically to play Division I football and signed his letter just after an official visit to U of L. He will play with the Cardinals this fall.
While we’re on the Cards, the game time for the September 21st game against Florida International has been announced. It will be played at 11 am
The Tennessean reports
Golf: The Kentucky Junior Amateur Championship concluded Tuesday at Bardstown Country Club. According to the Kentucky Golf Association website, Cameron Allen finished the Boys 17-18 division tied for 23rd with a nine over par 153. TJ Ferry tied for 34th with a 10 over par 154. Kentucky State Am champion Tyler McDaniel won the event with a four over par 140.
Austin Knight tied for 22nd in the boys 15-16 division with a 13 over 157 and Dylan Henderson tied for 25th with a 14 over par 158. TJ Janes had a two day total of 17 over 161 to tie for 33rd.
Dacie Bolton played in the Girls Kentucky Junior Amateur Championship also held in Bardstown and had a two day total of 195, good for 14th place in the Girls 13-15 division.