Join Todd Hamilton for Sports Tonight at 5:06 this evening on News/Talk WHOP. Hear previews of this week’s Christian County-Ohio County and Hopkinsville-Apollo football games among topics.
Tuesday’s High School Scores
Volleyball: Christian County defeated University Heights 3 sets to none, Hopkinsville was a 3-0 winner over Todd Central, Heritage Christian Academy remained undefeated with a 3-1 win over South Haven, Henderson County over Caldwell County 3-1, Hopkins Central blanked Muhlenberg County 3-0, Union County defeated Webster County 3-0, Mayfield over Fulton County 2-1, Murray defeated Marshall County 3-1, Calloway County over Graves County 2-1, Carlisle County over Paducah Tilghman 3-1.
Owensboro Catholic won the team title with 327, with
Browning lead the Warhawks from a 28-7 deficit in last year’s game in
The Courier Journal reports Ballard wide receiver Will Bush has committed to
Speaking of the Gamecocks, Coach Steve Spurrier said Tuesday quarterback Connor Shaw could play against
However, Spurrier said the injury wasn’t as serious as first thought and calls Shaw’s recovery “miraculous”. Spurrier said he would make a decision on whether Shaw will play later this week. You can hear Saturday’s game at 5 on Lite 98.7.
NFL: The Tennessee Titans received some good news about quarterback Jake Locker’s injured right hip Tuesday. Locker has been officially diagnosed with a sprained hip which will not require surgery, but require him to sit out a few weeks.
The Titans said Locker has already begun rehab on the hip and a sprained MCL suffered on the same hit he took in the 3rd quarter of Sunday’s win over the NY Jets. Ryan Fitzpatrick will start Sunday when the Titans host the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Southeastern Conference announced Monday Kentucky’s next home game with top ranked
The 7th ranked Cardinals open American Athletic Conference play Saturday at
MLB: The Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates meet in the National League tie breaker this evening at
The NFL is moving the start time for Sunday’s game between
Monday’s High School Sports scores
Golf: At the Boys 2nd region tournament at Henderson Country Club,
Austin Knight was the Tigers low scorer with 76, two shots behind individual winner Brandon Blake of
Other Tigers scores: TJ Janes 77, Dylan Henderson 83, Wade Perry 85 and Jay Camp 90.
Golf: The 2nd region girls’ tournament takes place today at Madisonville Community Golf Course.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Class 2-A: Caldwell County remains number one, Owensboro Catholic 5th, Ballard Memorial 9th and Murray 10th.
Class A: Mayfield is still number one, Russellville is 2nd.
Class 3-A: Belfry is first with South Warren 2nd.
Class 4-A: Highlands first with
High School Basketball:
The Colonels will also face Paducah Tilghman and
The Colonels 8th district schedule will have games with UHA January 9th and February 14th,
Two members of
The defensive honor went to Xavius Boyd for the second straight week. Boyd has eight tackles and a quarterback sack which resulted in a safety against Navy. Boyd led the Hilltoppers in tackling for the 6th straight game.
WKU returns to Sun Belt Conference action Thursday night at Louisiana-Monroe, with pre game coverage at 5:30 on News/Talk WHOP.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin has been widely speculated as a candidate for the head coaching vacancy at
USC fired head coach Lane Kiffin early Sunday.
Locker suffered the injury in Sunday’s win over the NY Jets. Locker is scheduled to have another MRI today to determine how long he will be out. Ryan Fitzpatrick will be the starter when the Titans host 4-0
Week 5 of the Max Fuel Express Pick the Winners contest saw one perfect card and many one just one miss. The tie breaker game was used to determine 2nd and 3rd place this week.
1st prize of $30: Destin Beomen of Hopkinsville
2nd prize of $15: Freda Stevenson of Hopkinsville
3rd prize of $10: Eddie Cain of Fairview
Cards for this week's contest are available at Hopkinsville Max Fuel Express locations. Also, the card grader requests to please PRINT names and addresses on the card as some have been difficult to read.
Coach Steve Spurrier says
Two members of
The defensive honor went to Xavius Boyd for the second straight week. Boyd has eight tackles and a quarterback sack which resulted in a safety. Boyd led the Hilltoppers in tackling for the 6th straight game.
For the second time in as many days, a coach has been dismissed.
Pasqualoni was in his third year at UConn and had guided the Huskies to a mark of 10-18.
College Basketball: Austin Peay’s Lady Governors will begin practice for the upcoming season today. Coach Carrie Daniels returns seven letter winners and three starters from last year’s team that went 7-21. Austin Peay opens the season at
NFL: The Tennessee Titans are awaiting results on tests today on the injured right hip of quarterback Jake Locker. Locker sustained the injury in the third quarter of Sunday’s win over the NY Jets.
The Tennessean reports the injury is not as bad as first feared, but until the test results are known, it’s not known how much action Locker could miss. The Titans host
A pair of unbeaten teams play tonight as the 3-0 New Orleans Saints host the Miami Dolphins, also 3-0 for Monday Night Football. The winner will join
MLB: The American League Wild Card race is requiring game 163 this evening for the Texas Rangers and Tampa Bay Rays in
Meanwhile, the Cincinnati Reds meet the Pittsburgh Pirates in a one game playoff tomorrow night at