|SPORTS HEADLINES 9/4/12|
Tuesday’s High School Sports Schedule
Volleyball: Hopkinsville plays at Trigg County, University Heights hosts Crittenden County, Fort Campbell at Madisonville, Henderson County at Owensboro, Livingston Central at Union County.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville goes to Todd Central, Christian County travels to Muhlenberg County, University Heights at Murray, Logan County goes to Ohio County, Trigg County at Lyon County, Madisonville at Hopkins Central, Henderson County hosts Owensboro Catholic.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville hosts Marshall County, Christian County at Muhlenberg County, University Heights at Murray, Todd Central at Logan County, Caldwell County at Madisonville, Trigg County hosts Lyon County, Henderson County at South Warren.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green is first, Warren Central 3rd, Christian County 8th and Greenwood is 9th.
Class 4-A: Highlands is number one, Lone Oak 8th, Owensboro 10th.
Class 3-A: Central is first this week, Paducah Tilghman 5th, Fort Campbell 8th.
Class 2-A: Owensboro Catholic is number one, with Murray High 5th.
Class A: Mayfield first, Russellville 9th.
Class 6-A: Trinity is in the top spot, with Henderson County ranked 10th.
The Courier Journal reports a news conference will be held in Louisville tomorrow to announce a new coach for St. X High School beginning in 2013. St. X grad and former NFL offensive lineman Will Wolford will be named to replace Mike Glaser, who announced before this season he would be stepping down.
College Football: Kentucky coach Joker Phillips acknowledged after Sunday’s 32-14 loss to Louisville the Wildcats have much work to do. The Lexington Herald Leader reports Phillips used the phrase “We’re better than that” 12 times in his 11 minute post game meeting with the media. Kent State provides the opposition for the Wildcats home opener Saturday night at 6:30, with pre game coverage at 5 on Lite 98.7.
NFL: As the Tennessee Titans prepare to open the season Sunday hosting the New England Patriots, some are reminded of the last meeting which resulted in a 59-0 win for the Patriots in 2009. However, the Tennessean reports when cornerback Jason McCourty was asked about the game Monday, he feigned amnesia and said he had no memories of the game and it was totally erased from their minds. Kickoff for the game is at noon Sunday at LP Field.