High School Baseball-Today’s games: Christian County travels to Russellville, Hopkinsville hosts Hopkins Central for its Senior Night, University Heights goes to Livingston Central, Trigg County is at Mayfield, Caldwell County hosts Union County, Logan County at Butler County, Todd Central at Muhlenberg County, Dawson Springs at McLean County, Crittenden County at Lyon County.
High School Softball-Today’s games: Hopkinsville hosts Fort Campbell, University Heights at Lyon County, Todd Central has a doubleheader at Hopkins Central, Caldwell County travels to Murray, Russellville welcomes Warren Central, Union County entertains Owensboro Catholic, Logan County hosts Hart County, Dawson Springs hosts Livingston Central, Madisonville at Apollo, Henderson County welcomes Castle, IN, Webster County goes to Owensboro, Muhlenberg County at Greenwood.
College Basketball: The Courier Journal reports the nation’s top high school prospect, Andrew Wiggins will finally tell the world tomorrow where he will play his college basketball next year. Kentucky is one of several schools on the list, along with Florida State, Kansas and North Carolina. The announcement will take place at 11:15 am Hopkinsville time at Huntington Prep School in West Virginia.
College Softball: Kentucky, Louisville and Western Kentucky have all been selected for the NCAA tournament.
Kentucky is the 12 seed in the 48 team field and will host Marshall in the Lexington Regional Friday night at 6:30 Hopkinsville time, with the other contest featuring Notre Dame and Virginia Tech. The double elimination tournament will conclude with the championship game Sunday.
Louisville is the 15 seed and will host IPFW Friday night at 6:30 Hopkinsville time, with the other game featuring UCLA and UAB. The championship game is Sunday.
Western Kentucky will be a part of the Tuscaloosa regional, playing South Carolina Upstate on Friday before host Alabama meets Jacksonville State of the OVC. The championship game is Sunday.
College Baseball: Austin Peay completed a three game sweep of UT Martin Sunday, taking the Ohio Valley Conference series with an 8-0 victory. Murray State lost in its OVC series finale 12-1 at Belmont.
Western Kentucky saw Florida Atlantic score 11 runs in the last three innings and win 12-6. Former Hopkinsville High pitcher Justin Hageman had his best start of the season, going 6 and 2/3 innings, allowing one hit, one run which was earned, striking out five and walking 7. He was not credited with a decision.
College Golf: Princeton native Emma Talley helped the University of Alabama win the NCAA East Regional over the weekend in Auburn, AL. The Crimson Tide won the team event with a 20 under par 544 total. Talley finished fourth individually with a five under par 211. Alabama will advance to the NCAA Championship to be held May 21-24 at the University of Georgia golf course in Athens, GA.
Minor League Baseball: The Nashville Sounds lost to Sacramento Sunday 6-5, with the teams playing game three of their series tonight at Greer Stadium in Nashville.
The Bowling Green Hot Rods defeated Lake County 8-0. The series finale takes place this morning at 10:35 at Bowling Green Ballpark.