|SPORTS HEADLINES 10/10/12|
Sports Tonight with Todd Hamilton comes your way at 5:08 on Newstalk 95.3 FM/1230 AM WHOP and worldwide at whopam.com. You’ll hear previews of the Christian County-Graves County and Hopkinsville-Ohio County football games among topics this evening.
Tuesday’s High School Results
8th district final: Christian County defeated University Heights 3 sets to none. Both teams will advance to the 2nd region tournament to be held next week at Caldwell County High School.
8th district semifinals: Hopkinsville defeated Christian County 3-0 and University Heights won over Fort Campbell 7-0.
5th district final: Trigg County blanked Lyon County 13-0.
6th district final: Henderson County defeated Union County 10-0.
7th district semifinal: Caldwell County over Dawson Springs 10-1.
13th district final: Todd Central over Franklin Simpson 3-0.
6th district final: Henderson County shut out Union County 5-0.
7th district semifinal: Madisonville over Dawson Springs 10-0.
13th district final: Logan County defeated Todd Central 2-1 on penalty kicks.
Today’s schedule--8th district soccer finals: Christian County meets Hopkinsville in the girls final at 6, with Hopkinsville meeting University Heights in the boys final at 8.
The latest Kentucky High School Girls Soccer Association poll has Hopkinsville ranked 23rd this week. Notre Dame is 1st, Murray High is 7th, Bowling Green 11th, Madisonville 13th and Owensboro Catholic is 20th.
Heritage Christian Academy closed out the home portion of its volleyball season with a 3 sets to 1 win over Pleasant View, TN Tuesday night. The Lady Warriors are 16-5 on the season with two regular season matches remaining.
High School Football
Bluegrass Preps.com has released its weekly polls.
Class 5-A: Bowling Green is first, Warren Central second and Christian County 5th.
Class 3-A: Louisville Central first, Fort Campbell 4th, Paducah Tilghman 8th.
Class 2-A: Owensboro Catholic first, Murray High 7th and Caldwell County 10th.
Class A: Mayfield is number one, Russellville 7th.
Class 4-A: Highlands is at the top, with Lone Oak 10th.
Class 6-A: Trinity first, with Henderson County 7th.
College Football: Kentucky will dress 26 freshmen when they take the field against Arkansas Saturday in Fayetteville. Three will start in the contest, quarterback Jalen Whitlow, cornerback Cody Quinn and punter Landon Foster. Kickoff at 6 pm, with pre game coverage at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.
Three Kentucky football players entered not guilty pleas on marijuana possession charges in Fayette District Court Tuesday. Running back Raymond Sanders, wide receiver Bookie Cobbins and cornerback Marcus Caffey—who is not eligible this season were arrested September 13th. The Lexington Herald Leader reports the trio will be in court again January 16th.
The Knoxville News Sentinel reports Tennessee coach Derek Dooley will coach from the press box Saturday when the Vols meet Mississippi State. Dooley had hip surgery Tuesday and will miss practice today and possibly Thursday according to the university. Dooley is hopeful of returning to normal duties next week if he gets doctors approval.