|SPORTS HEADLINES 8/22/12|
Sports Tonight with Todd Hamilton comes your way at 5:06 this evening on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP and worldwide at whopam.com. This evening’s guests include Christian County golf coach Shawn Oakley and previews of this weekend’s Hopkinsville and Christian County football games in the Jerry Claiborne Bowl.
High School Results from Tuesday
Volleyball: Hopkinsville defeated Fort Campbell 3 sets to one, Christian County defeated University Heights 3 sets to none, Heritage Christian Academy defeated Pleasant View 3-1, Trigg County defeated Todd Central 3-0, Caldwell County defeated Hopkins Central 3-1, Henderson County over Madisonville 3-0, Logan County wins over Russellville 2-0,
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville defeated Fort Campbell 3-2 in overtime, Trigg County over Caldwell County 2-1, Logan County edged Todd Central 4-3, Hopkins Central shut out Union County 5-0, Calloway County shut out Community Christian 2-0.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville defeated Fort Campbell 9-0, Trigg and Caldwell County tied at 1, Union County shut out Hopkins Central 6-0, Webster County over Crittenden County 5-2.
Golf: Christian County, Webster County and Ohio County had a boys match Tuesday at Western Hills. Christian and Webster County tied at 174, with the Trojans winning in a playoff, with Ohio County third at 191. TJ Ferry led Christian County with a three over par 39, Grainger Greenwell had 41.
Hopkinsville’s girls defeated Ohio County 190-235 in a match Tuesday at the Links at Novadell. Dacie Bolton led Hopkinsville with a 42, Mattison Lawrence had 46, Jessica Shelton had 48.
Hopkinsville’s Lady Tiger soccer team is ranked 24th in the latest Kentucky High School Soccer top 25 poll. A report in the Kentucky New Era indicated its the first time Hopkinsville has been in the top 25.
College Football: The Courier Journal reports Kentucky running back Josh Clemons will likely sit out the season opener September 2nd against Louisville. Clemons has been bothered by swelling in his surgically repaired right knee and had an exploratory arthoscopicy Tuesday.
Clemons hasn’t practiced in 10 days. Following the end of fall camp Tuesday, the Wildcats are taking today off, then beginning preparations for Louisville Thursday.
College Basketball: The Courier Journal reports Marion County’s Kyvin Goodin-Rogers who first committed to play for the University of Louisville’s women’s team, has changed her commitment to the University of Kentucky. Goodin-Rogers averaged 13.4 points and 9.1 rebounds for last season’s state runner up.
NHL: The NHL and the players union are to meet again today to try and make progress toward a new collective bargaining agreement. Training camps are set to open September 15th, but if there is not a new CBA in place, the players will be locked out.