Monday’s High School Sports results
Volleyball: Hopkinsville defeated Crittenden County 3 sets to none, University Heights was a 3-0 winner over Trigg County, Todd Central edged Webster County 2-1, Russellville defeated Warren Central 2-1, Apollo defeated Madisonville 3-0, Graves County over Paducah Tilghman 3-1, Murray over Carlisle County 3-0.
Heritage Christian Academy improved to 16-0 on the season with a 3 sets to none win over Lancaster Christian. The Lady Warriors play at Pleasant View Christian today.
Boys Soccer: Trigg County shut out Mayfield 8-0, Ohio County blanked Hopkins Central 10-0, Muhlenberg County over Union County 5-1, Calloway County shut out Ballard Memorial 7-0.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville edged Rossview 3-2, Mayfield edged Trigg County 6-5, Madisonville blanked Ohio County 3-0, Muhlenberg County slid by Union County 3-2, Paducah Tilghman shut out Crittenden County 10-0, Henderson County blanked Webster County 8-0, Calloway County over Ballard Memorial 4-0.
Golf: Christian County hosted Fort Campbell and Todd Central in a tri match. Christian County won the boys match with a 175, Todd Central had 193 and Fort Campbell 252.
Grainger Greenwell was medalist and led Christian County with 39, Noah Bixler led Todd Central with 40 and Brian Hedrick led Fort Campbell with 52.
On the girls side, Christian County’s Bailey Rowe and Chandler Hampton of Todd Central tied for medalist honors with 45. Fort Campbell was led by Madison Wixler with 47.
Hopkinsville met University Heights and Hopkins Central in a tri match. The Tigers won with a 158 team score, University Heights had 168 and Hopkins Central had 194. Hopkinsville’s Grant Stamper and Nate Frost tied for medalist honors with 37. Adam Stone led University Heights with 38 and Hopkins Central was led by Tyler McKinney with 45.
Volleyball: University Heights hosts Hopkins Central, Christian County goes to Logan County, Russellville hosts Franklin Simpson, Henderson County at Webster County, Union County at Crittenden County, Marshall County at Christian Fellowship.
Girls Soccer: Christian County travels to Dawson Springs, Todd Central hosts Warren East, Caldwell County goes to Hopkins Central, Lyon County is at Mayfield, Muhlenberg County at Butler County, Marshall County at Murray, Union County at Crittenden County, Webster County at Owensboro, McCracken County at Ballard Memorial.
Boys Soccer: Christian County at Caldwell County, University Heights travels to Paducah Tilghman, Fort Campbell hosts Calloway County, Trigg County hosts Graves County, Logan County goes to Muhlenberg County, Madisonville at Henderson County, Murray hosts Marshall County, McCracken County at Ballard Memorial.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green is ranked number one, with Graves County 9th.
Class 3-A: Belfry is first, with Fort Campbell 8th and Paducah Tilghman 9th.
Class 2-A: Caldwell County remains number one, Owensboro Catholic is 8th, Ballard Memorial 9th and Murray is 10th.
Class A: Mayfield is first and Russellville is ranked second.
Class 6-A: Trinity is first, with Henderson County ranked 7th.
College Football: The Southeastern Conference announced Monday Kentucky’s home game with Florida September 28th will be on the ESPN family of networks, kicking off at 6 pm Hopkinsville time. Pre game coverage will begin at 4:30 on Lite 98.7. Kentucky is idle this week before opening a grueling three game SEC stretch with Florida, South Carolina and top ranked Alabama.
Tennessee’s game with South Alabama on September 28th in Knoxville will be on the SEC Network, with kickoff set for 11:21 am Hopkinsville time.
Louisville defensive end Lorenzo Mauldin was named the American Athletic Conference defensive player of the week Monday. Mauldin recorded two quarterback sacks, two forced fumbles and three tackles for loss in the Cardinals win over Kentucky Saturday.
Tennessee coach Butch Jones says junior Justin Worley is at the top of the depth chart at quarterback for Saturday’s game with Florida, but said Monday he would start whichever quarterback does the best in practice this week.
Tennessee’s offense struggled in the Vols 59-14 loss at Oregon Saturday and Jones is wanting the offense to create what he calls “splash plays” in getting big chunks of yardage.
College Basketball: Blue Ribbon Basketball Yearbook released its pre season top 25 Monday. Michigan State is picked first, followed by Kentucky, defending national champion Louisville, Duke and Arizona in the top 5.
The remainder of the top 10 has Kansas 6th followed by Florida, Syracuse, Michigan and North Carolina. Tennessee is ranked 20th.
Kentucky will play five games against teams ranked in the pre season top 10 this coming season.
The Courier Journal reported Monday former Louisville standout Manuel Forrest was arrested last week on possession of marijuana and cocaine charges. The arrest came following a traffic stop last Wednesday.
The 50-year-old Forrest, a coach at Rock Creek Academy in Clark County, IN pleaded not guilty to the charges and will appear in court again November 13th. Forrest played at Louisville in the early to mid 1980’s
WPSD-Paducah reports Murray State has landed a verbal commitment for the 2014 class. JayQuan McCloud committed to the Racer program on Sunday. The 6-2 guard averaged 14 points as a junior for the North Chicago High Warhawks.
The Tennessean reports Vanderbilt has received a commitment from Matthew Fisher-Davis of Christian High in Charlotte, NC. The 6-5 Davis chose the Commodores over Georgia, Virginia and Wake Forest. He is the second commitment for the 2014 class.