High School Baseball/Softball: Hopkinsville athletic director Keith Kelley tells WHOP Sports today’s Hopkinsville/Christian County JV baseball game has been cancelled.
There’s also a change for Saturday’s game with Christian County at Tiger Stadium, as the game will now start at 6 pm, instead of 7 pm, with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 5:45 on News/Talk WHOP.
Hopkinsville’s softball game with Fort Campbell is also cancelled for today, with plans to make it up possibly on Saturday, however that has yet to be made official.
College Football: Kentucky has one more practice before Saturday’s Blue-White game. Following Wednesday’s practice, Coach Mark Stoops told the media he wants to see good football on both sides of the ball Saturday. He also said he’s been impressed with the team’s great attitude and their effort. You can hear Saturday’s Blue-White game beginning at 5:30 on Lite 98.7.
College Basketball: Syracuse sophomore guard Michael Carter-Williams has decided to enter the 2013 NBA Draft. Carter-Williams started all 40 games for the Orange this season and averaged 11.9 points per contest. Syracuse lost to eventual runner-up Michigan in the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament.
Missouri point guard Phil Pressey has announced he will forego his senior season and enter the 2013 NBA Draft. Pressey, who's the Tigers' career leader in assists and steals, averaged 11.9 points and 7.0 assists per game this past season.
Kansas State rewarded head coach Bruce Weber with a contract extension Wednesday. The agreement adds one year to his current contract, which will now run through June 30, 2018. Weber guided Kansas State to a 27-8 record in his first season in Manhattan. The Wildcats captured a share of their first Big 12 conference title since 1977, but was upset by No.13 seed La Salle in their NCAA Tournament opener.
MLB: Eight games are on the schedule today, including an afternoon game between the Chicago Cubs and San Francisco.
Minor League Baseball: The Bowling Green Hot Rods are scheduled to open a series with West Michigan at 7:05 in Bowling Green Ballpark, while the Nashville Sounds close a series with Oklahoma City at 7:05 in Greer Stadium.