High School Baseball/Softball: Based on the rainy weather of the last 24 hours or so, no games will likely be played today, including an 8th district baseball contest between Christian County and Fort Campbell at Colonel Field. The game has been moved to Tuesday evening at 6, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 5:45 on Newstalk WHOP.
High School Basketball: Marion County completed its season undefeated after winning the Girls Sweet 16 Saturday night in Bowling Green over Notre Dame. Marion County finished the season 39-0.
College Basketball: The Louisville Cardinals are the overall number one seed for the NCAA Tournament that begins with play in games tomorrow night.
The Cardinals are the top seed in the Midwest Region and will play the winner of the Liberty-North Carolina A&T play in game in Lexington Thursday at 5:50 Hopkinsville time.
Western Kentucky is the 16 seed in the South Region and will play top seed Kansas at 8:50 pm Friday night in Kansas City.
Middle Tennessee received a bid and will face St. Mary’s in a play in game Tuesday night in Dayton. If the Blue Raiders win, they will meet Memphis in the Midwest Region Thursday.
OVC champion Belmont faces Arizona in the West Regional Thursday in Salt Lake City.
NIT: Kentucky was given the overall number one seed, but the Wildcats will open play on the road at Robert Morris tomorrow night at 6:30, with pre game coverage at 5 on Lite 98.7. The Wildcats would face the winner of Providence-Charlotte in the second round.
Tennessee and Alabama were also selected to the NIT, with the Vols opening play hosting Mercer Wednesday night at 7, with Alabama taking on Northeastern tomorrow night at 8 pm.
A reminder that coach John Calipari’s call in show airs at 5 this evening, with Big Blue Weekly at 6 also on Lite 98.7.
The field for the Women’s NCAA tournament will be announced this evening.
NHL: The Nashville Predators lost in Edmonton 3-2. The Predators wrap up their five game road trip tomorrow night in Columbus.
MLB: The Cincinnati Reds are in pre season action against Colorado this evening, with coverage at 8:55 on Newstalk WHOP.