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Tuesday’s High School Sports Scores
Boys 2nd region soccer:
Boys 4th region soccer:
Girls 2nd region soccer:
8th district volleyball:
5th district volleyball: No scores were available via the KHSAA website.
6th district volleyball:
7th district volleyball:
HCA’s soccer team downed Bluegrass Christian 4-0 in the quarterfinals of the KCAA state tournament Tuesday. The Warriors will face AIE Friday in the state semi finals at Somerset Christian.
Boys 2nd region soccer semi finals:
Boys 1st region soccer final:
Girls 2nd region soccer semi finals:
High School Football:
Belfry heads the Class 3-A poll, with Paducah Tilghman 4th, South Warren 6th and
College Basketball: The Ohio Valley Conference had its basketball media day in
Eastern Kentucky was picked by the leagues coaches and sports information directors to win the East division, while
Austin Peay’s Travis Betran and Will Triggs were named to the pre season All OVC team.
The OVC also released its women’s pre season polls Tuesday. Three time OVC tournament champion UT Martin was picked to win the West Division, with
Tennessee Tech was the pick to win the East division this season. No
NHL: The Nashville Predators concluded a three game road trip with a 2-0 loss at
Monday’s High School Scores
Boys 2nd region:
Boys 1st region:
Boys 4th region: Todd Central defeated
Girls 2nd region:
Girls 4th region:
Volleyball-7th district: Hopkins Central defeated
Boys 2nd region Soccer at
Girls 2nd region Soccer at
Girls 1st region at
8th district Volleyball at
5th district at
6th district at
7th district at
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its weekly polls.
Mayfield remains first in Class A, Russellville is second.
Belfry is first in 3-A, South Warren 4th and Paducah Tilghman is 10th.
Highlands remains atop the Class 4-A poll, with
College Basketball: During his visit last week with the Hopkinsville Kiwanis Club,
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Speaking of the Ohio Valley Conference, they are having their basketball media day today in
A crowd of 1,430 attended
Pitino also stated with the newcomers, the defending national champions are nowhere near its potential and pointed out Montrezl Harrell will see more minutes rather than be a role player. Harrell is expected to replace suspended Chane Behanan in the starting lineup.
Adams burst on the sports scene in 1960 in
Adams always said he wanted to wear a Super Bowl ring and came inches away from winning one in 2000, when the Titans lost to the St. Louis Rams.
NHL: The Nashville Predators look to wrap up a four game road trip with a win this evening against the Minnesota Wild in
Tennessee Titans owner K.S. "Bud" Adams has died at the age of 90. A statement from the Titans confirmed Adams died of natural causes at his Houston home this morning. Funeral arrangements will be announced in the coming days.
Adams burst on the sports scene in 1960 in Houston as one of the original founders of the American Football League and brought the then Oilers to that city, where they would stay until moving to Nashville in the late 1990's and becoming the Tennessee Titans.
Adams' death comes some 72 hours after the death of a man with whom he will be linked with forever in Houston sports annals. Former Oilers coach Bum Phillips died on Friday.
High School Football: Highlands and
College Football: A Twitter feed indicates Western Kentucky has reportedly offered a scholarship to an
ESPN reported Sunday Louisville coach Charlie Strong could join his quarterback Teddy Bridgewater as a coach at the NFL team that receives the number one draft pick next year. However, Strong downplayed the speculation when asked at a news conference in late September according to the Courier Journal. Strong said at that time he didn’t watch the NFL and has no interest in coaching there.
ESPN also cited NFL sources as saying a new advisory panel had been formed to evaluate minority coaches. Strong and Stanford’s David Shaw are reportedly the top candidates, with one ESPN writer stating it would be an upset if Strong is not a leading candidate for various NFL head coaching opportunities after the season. Strong last year turned down an offer to become the head coach at the
NFL: The winless New York Giants host the Minnesota Vikings this evening. The Giants are off to their worst start since the 1976 team opened with nine consecutive losses, while the Vikings aren't much better with a mark of 1-4.
Reports indicate St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford’s season is over.
MLB: A report indicates that Jim Leyland won't return as the Detroit Tigers manager. According to Fox Sports,
The 68 years old,
Monday’s High School Sports Schedule
Soccer: Play begins today in both the Boys and Girls 2nd region tournaments.
Volleyball: Play begins in the 7th district tournament at
High School Football: Former Paducah Tilghman and Bowling Green High coach Dan Haley died Saturday at the age of 73. Haley led the Blue Tornado to the 1973 Class 2-A championship and the Purples to the 1995 4-A championship. He left Bowling Green to coach at
Haley was 259-74-3 during his high school coaching career and was inducted into the KHSAA Hall of Fame in 2007.
The Lady Warrior varsity team will host Glasgow Christian Tuesday at 6 pm in the Region 1 championship, with the winner to advance to the KCAA state tournament.
College Basketball: One of the top juniors in
Jake Locker returned to the Titans lineup and threw for 326 yards and two fourth quarter scores after missing the last three games with a sprained right hip and knee. The Titans lost their third consecutive game and are now 3-4 on the season. The Titans are off this week.
NHL: Carter Hutton got his first win in goal, stopping 37 shots as the Nashville Predators defeated