Monday’s High School Sports Results
Volleyball: Hopkinsville defeated Crittenden County 2 sets to none, Fort Campbell over Todd Central 2-0, Trigg County edged University Heights 3-2, Madisonville over Union County 3-0, Russellville over Allen County Scottsville 2-1.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville shutout Lyon County 10-0, Fort Campbell over Todd Central 4-0, Logan County over Muhlenberg County 5-2, Trigg County defeated Mayfield 4-1, Ohio County shutout Hopkins Central 10-0.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville drilled Paducah Tilghman 8-0, University Heights over Hopkins Central 8-1, Caldwell County over Ballard Memorial 4-1, Madisonville over Ohio County 5-1, Henderson County defeated Webster County 11-1, Muhlenberg County edged Owensboro 1-0.
Golf: Hopkinsville and Christian County played Hopkins Central at Hopkinsville Golf and Country Club. Hopkinsville won with 155, Christian County had 170 and Hopkins Central 173. Dylan Henderson led Hopkinsville with 36, followed by Wade Perry with 37. Christian County was led by TJ Ferry with 36.
Today’s High School Sports Schedule
Volleyball: University Heights at Hopkinsville, Christian County travels to Henderson County, Todd Central hosts Warren East, Logan County goes to Warren Central, Russellville welcomes Franklin Simpson, Caldwell County at Paducah Tilghman, Trigg County at Madisonville.
Boys Soccer: University Heights hosts Hopkins Central, Christian County hosts Caldwell County, Madisonville welcomes Henderson County, Fort Campbell goes to Calloway County.
Girls Soccer: Fort Campbell hosts Todd Central, Caldwell County welcomes Dawson Springs, Trigg County at Crittenden County, Logan County hosts Franklin Simpson, Hopkins Central at Union County, Webster County welcomes Muhlenberg County.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green is number one, Warren Central is 3rd, Christian County 6th and Greenwood 7th.
Class 3-A: Louisville Central remains number one, Paducah Tilghman 7th and Fort Campbell 8th.
Class 4-A: Highlands first, Owensboro 8th and Lone Oak 10th.
Class 2-A: Somerset number one, Owensboro Catholic 2nd and Murray High 6th.
Class A: Mayfield is first, Russellville 9th
Class 6-A: Trinity is number one this week, with Henderson County 9th.
Funeral arrangements have been released for former Kentucky High School Athletics Association commissioner Louis Stout. Visitation will be held Friday from 2-4 and 6-8 pm Hopkinsville time Friday at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home on Harrodsburg Road, Lexington.
Services will be held at 11 am Hopkinsville time Saturday at Consolidated Baptist Church on Russell Cave Road in Lexington. Stout died Sunday following a brief illness.
College Football: Kentucky offensive lineman Larry Warford was named SEC Co-Offensive Lineman of the Week Monday for his performance against Kent State. Kentucky hosts Western Kentucky Saturday, with air time for Countdown to Kickoff at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.
Meanwhile, Western Kentucky coach Willie Taggart has apologized for remarks made about WKU students on Twitter. During a news conference Monday, Taggart said that students who wear UK apparel on campus are ones who quote “probably couldn’t get in to UK”.
Taggart in his apology said his comments were intended to suggest that WKU students who wear UK apparel this week are not showing allegiance to WKU’s athletics program and football team who need everyone’s support this week. Taggart apologized to students who thought he meant otherwise.
Murray State linebacker Qua Huzzie has received a national honor. Huzzie was named the College Football Performance Awards National Linebacker of the Week. Huzzie had a team high nine tackles, with four for loss and his first career interception against Central Arkansas last week. The Racers are in action Saturday at Missouri State.
College Basketball: Arraignment was held Monday for Murray State’s Zay Jackson who was arrested Sunday after hitting two people in the Walmart parking lot in Murray. The judge reduced the charges from first to second degree assault and lowered bond from $20,000 to $15,000.
The incident reportedly took place after a dispute over a shopping cart.