|SPORTS HEADLINES 10/3/12|
Sports Tonight comes your way at 5:08 this evening on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP and whopam.com. Todd Hamilton will visit with Hopkinsville boys golf coach Edwin White about the upcoming KHSAA State Tournament. There will also be a preview of the Christian County-Apollo football game and a review of the Hopkinsville-Apollo contest from last week.
Tuesday’s High School Scores
Golf: Play was suspended due to darkness at the KHSAA Girls State Tournament at Bowling Green Country Club. University Heights golfer Anna Moore did finish her round and scored 95. Also playing as an individual was Trigg County’s Madison Cheney who fired an 83. Play will continue this morning, with the cuts to be made after completion of the first round. Defending champ Sacred Heart has the team lead.
Volleyball: Christian County defeated Apollo 3-0, Hopkinsville lost to Muhlenberg County 2-1, University Heights defeated Crittenden County 3-0, Todd Central lost to Warren East 2-0, Trigg County defeated Fort Campbell 3-1.
Boys Soccer: Apollo defeated Hopkins Central 9-0, Henderson County over Marshall County 3-1.
Girls Soccer: Trigg County over Muhlenberg County 4-2, Calloway County over Caldwell County 6-1, Webster County shutout Hopkins Central 8-0.
College Football: Kentucky coach Joker Phillips tells the Courier Journal losing is part of the growing pains for the Wildcats right now. Kentucky is young in so many positions and Phillips says there’s plenty of growth potential with the youth playing now.
However, he also knows the future, especially for him is not promised. Phillips says he knows the Wildcats have to win now and says the young guys give them the best chance to win and that he is not playing them to build for a future.
Austin Peay coach Rick Christophel tells the Leaf Chronicle the Governors look to repair secondary mistakes before the high powered Murray State Racers bring their gun slinging offense to Governors Stadium Saturday night. Kickoff is set for 6 pm.
Vanderbilt’s defense has a new focus coming out of its bye week, force more turnovers. The Commodores have forced just four turnovers so far this season. Vanderbilt meets Missouri on Saturday.