High School Baseball-Monday’s scores: Christian County edged Russellville 7-6, Hopkinsville got by Hopkins Central 9-7, Livingston Central slid by UHA 1-0, Trigg County run ruled Webster County 12-2 in 5 innings, Lyon County edged Crittenden County 8-7.
Today’s games: Hopkinsville welcomes Madisonville, University Heights goes to Union County, Fort Campbell at Livingston Central, Todd Central hosts Hopkins Central, Logan County meets South Warren, Russellville is at Allen County Scottsville, Dawson Springs hosts Lyon County, Caldwell County at Henderson County, Muhlenberg County welcomes Butler County, Webster County at Crittenden County, Mayfield hosts Carlisle County, Graves County hosts Lone Oak.
High School Softball-Monday’s scores: University Heights over Lyon County 15-5, Hopkins Central swept Todd Central in a doubleheader 14-2 and 4-0, Murray over Caldwell County 11-1, Livingston Central run ruled Dawson Springs 13-0 in 6 innings, Henderson County defeated Castle, IN 4-2, Paducah Tilghman over Mayfield 11-0, the state’s top ranked team Greenwood improved to 30-0 with a 5-1 win over Muhlenberg County, tying the state record for consecutive wins in a season.
Today’s games: Christian County hosts Greenwood, Hopkinsville goes to Todd Central, University Heights is at Livingston Central, Trigg County plays a twin bill at Crittenden County, Dawson Springs hosts Webster County, Madisonville hosts Lyon County, Murray welcomes Reidland, Marshall County hosts Heath, Calloway County hosts Hickman County.
The site for the 2nd region Baseball tournament has been changed. The Princeton Times Leader reported in its Saturday edition Madisonville will be the host, with games to be played at Elmer Kelley Stadium. The 2nd region softball tournament will be played at Lyon County High School. Both are expected to begin on Memorial Day, Monday May 27th.
College Basketball: The nation’s top high school prospect, Andrew Wiggins announces later this morning where he will play his college hoops next season. Kentucky is among four schools on the list.
The University of Tennessee is planning to build a statue in honor of legendary women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt. The Knoxville News Sentinel reported Monday plans are to unveil the statue this fall as part of the renovated streetscape near the university’s athletic facilities. Summitt stepped down as coach last year and is currently women’s head coach emeritus after announcing she had early onset dementia.
College Football: The Courier Journal reports Kentucky landed its 7th 2014 commitment last night, in Baltimore area linebacker Kobie Walker. Walker is ranked as the 36th best safety in the nation according to Rivals.com, but will play outside linebacker for UK.
Minor League Baseball: The Bowling Green Hot Rods finished off a series with Lake County Monday with a 6-1 victory. The Hot Rods open a three game series tonight at Fort Wayne.
The Nashville Sounds fell Monday to Sacramento 6-5. The teams conclude their series with an 11:05 game this morning at Greer Stadium.
Major League Baseball: The Cincinnati Reds open a three game series tonight at the Miami Marlins, with pre game coverage at 5:40 on News/Talk WHOP.