Monday’s High School Scores
Volleyball: Hopkinsville defeated Russellville 2 sets to 1, Hopkins Central defeated Trigg County 3-2.
Boys Soccer: Warren Central shut out University Heights 2-0, Trigg County over St. Mary 8-1, Marshall County over Murray 4-0,
Girls Soccer: Christian County edged Trigg County 3-2, Dawson Springs got by Hopkins Central 1-0, Lyon County edged Webster County 4-3, Madisonville over Marshall County 5-1.
Golf: The Girls 2nd region tournament took place at Central City Country Club. Henderson County won the team championship, with Owensboro Catholic finishing second. No scores from the local teams were provided to WHOP Radio.
Volleyball: Christian County hosts Caldwell County, University Heights hosts two matches with Todd Central and Russellville, Hopkins Central at Muhlenberg County, Madisonville welcomes Henderson County.
Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville hosts Henderson County, Todd Central entertains Hopkins Central, Caldwell County at Paducah Tilghman, Fort Campbell hosts Madisonville, Trigg County goes to Ballard Memorial and Logan County travels to Franklin Simpson.
Girls Soccer: Hopkinsville welcomes Todd Central, Fort Campbell at Caldwell County, Trigg County at Ballard Memorial, Logan County goes to Glasgow, Lyon County at Heath.
Golf: The Boys 2nd region tournament takes place today at Falls of Rough Golf Course in Grayson County.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green remains first, Warren Central 3rd, Christian County 6th and Greenwood 8th.
Class 3-A: Louisville Central is still first, Paducah Tilghman 5th and Fort Campbell 9th.
Class 2-A: Owensboro Catholic is first, Murray High 4th and Caldwell County 10th.
Class A: Mayfield is still number one, with Russellville 8th.
Class 4-A: Highlands is first, Warren East 8th and Lone Oak tied for 9th.
Class 6-A: Trinity is number one, with Henderson County 8th.
College Football: For the second time in as many weeks, former Fort Campbell standout Antonio Andrews has been named the Sun Belt Conference offensive player of the week. Andrews had a career high 136 rushing yards in Western Kentucky’s 42-17 win over Southern Miss.
Andrews finished the night with 211 all purpose yards, the third time in four weeks he has surpassed the 200 yard plateau. College Sports Madness also named Andrews its Sun Belt offensive player of the week for the second time this season.
Meanwhile, the Courier Journal reports the Hilltoppers are waiting to see if safety Jonathan Dowling can play in the Sun Belt opener at Arkansas State Saturday. Dowling was ejected from Saturday’s game with Southern Miss in the third quarter after hitting wide receiver Tyre Bracken’s head following a touchdown. Dowling was ejected from the game, which means a one game suspension. However, coach Willie Taggart is waiting to see if the suspension will be reversed on appeal.
Kentucky coach Joker Phillips says freshman quarterback Jalen Whitlow will be used if needed against South Carolina Saturday. Maxwell Smith is expected to play this week after sitting out last week’s game at Florida with a shoulder injury. Pre game coverage at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.