High School Baseball: Calloway County defeated Hopkinsville 6-1, Fort Campbell over Lyon County 4-1, Russellville over Caverna 20-0 in 4 innings, St. Mary defeated Trigg County 9-1.
High School Softball: Greenwood shutout Christian County 7-0, Todd Central over Hopkinsville 5-1, University Heights defeated Dawson Springs 12-2 in 6 innings, Hopkins Central edged Muhlenberg County 3-2, Madisonville over Butler County 3-1, Webster County over Crittenden County 23-9 in 5 innings,
Former University of Kentucky basketball player Anthony Davis was at Patriot Chevrolet Tuesday afternoon. Davis was presented a key to the city of Hopkinsville by Mayor Dan Kemp and Christian Judge Executive Steve Tribble. Those involved with bringing Davis to Hopkinsville did not allow the media to do any interviews with him.
College Football: Former University of Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer was selected to the National Football Foundations College Football Hall of Fame Tuesday. Fulmer was 152-52-1 during his 16 years as Vols coach. Fulmer was among 17 to be inducted which included coaches R.C. Slocum and Jimmy Johnson.
Austin Peay senior wide receiver Devin Stark was named Tuesday to the College Football Performance Awards watch list for Football Championship Subdivision. Stark had 53 receptions for 627 yards and seven touchdowns in the 2011 season. The Memphis native was one of 39 wide receivers named to the list.
College Baseball: Murray State defeated 2nd ranked Kentucky 7-2, Belmont slid by Austin Peay 4-3, Western Kentucky over Eastern Kentucky 17-7.
Minor League Baseball: The Nashville Sounds defeated Reno 9-7 Tuesday at Greer Stadium. The Sounds have an off day today before opening a series Thursday at Tuscon.
The Bowling Green Hot Rods defeated South Bend 5-4 Tuesday and open a series with Dayton this evening at Bowling Green Ballpark.