Week 7 presented a difficult challenge in the Max Fuel Express Pick the Winners contest. The best cards had two misses and there were many of those. The two games that caused problems were
1st prize of $30: Steve Farmer of
2nd prize of $15: Kirsten Ezell of
3rd prize of $10: Leslie Hyams of
Contest cards for this week are available at Hopkinsville Max Fuel Express locations. Please note this week’s card has
Happy Columbus Day!
Monday’s High School Sports Schedule
Soccer: Post season play begins today, with the 8th district Girls tournament at the Stadium of Champions.
The 7th district tournament begins today at Dawson Springs with Girls action seeing
High School Football: Highlands and
Grace Rose of West Jessamine won the individual title, while Sacred Heart won the team title at 615, with
After losing to top ranked
Western Kentucky is going through final preparations today before hosting
Miller was 30-45 passing for 292 yards and three touchdowns and rushed 17 times for 63 yards and a score.
College Golf: Austin Peay’s men’s team hosts the F&M APSU Intercollegiate today and tomorrow at the Links at Novadell. The Lady Governors host their version of the same tournament over the next two days at Clarksville Country Club.
NHL: A 3-2 win over the NY Islanders hopefully will give the Nashville Predators some need momentum heading into a busy week. The Predators have a home game tomorrow with the Florida Panthers and Thursday with the LA Kings before heading to Canada next weekend to face Montreal Saturday and Winnipeg Sunday.
Champions Tour Golf:
High School Football
Elsewhere in the region last night: Paducah Tilghman rolled over Fort Campbell 41-7, Butler County over Todd Central 32-10, Trigg County blanked Webster County 49-0, Madisonville drubbed Hopkins Central 61-0, McCracken County over Marshall County 49-6, Henderson County over Daviess County 41-12, Murray over Crittenden County 54-0, Graves County over Ohio County 47-18, Owensboro over Calloway County 57-7, Union County over McLean County 43-6, South Warren over Adair County 41-0, Meade County over Muhlenberg County 54-0.
Friday’s High School scores
Today’s High School games
Football: Russellville hosts
College Football: Top ranked
Last night in college football,
NFL: The Tennessee Titans look to get back on the winning ways tomorrow afternoon in
The all time series between the teams is 1-1 with the Titans winning the last meeting in 2010.
The NFL Game of the Week tomorrow on News/Talk WHOP features the Carolina Panthers at the Minnesota Vikings. Pre game coverage begins at 11:30 AM.
The young son of NFL star Adrian Peterson is dead. Authorities in
There are reports Patterson was previously accused of beating a three-year-old. The Minnesota Vikings running back left the team briefly yesterday, but says he still wants to play on Sunday. He told reporters getting back on the field will provide a sense of healing.
NHL: The Nashville Predators look to take two of three games on the season opening home stand as they host the New York Islanders this evening at Bridgestone Arena. The Predators were shut out by
MLB: Game 1 of the National League Championship Series is tonight in
The American League Championship Series begins tomorrow at
College Football: When
College Basketball: In speaking to the Lexington Rotary Club Thursday,
Calipari also touted this
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The Hopkinsville Tigers are off this week, however,
In other district action this evening,
Elsewhere in the Pennyrile: Fort Campbell travels to Paducah Tilghman, Todd Central is at Butler County, Trigg County goes to Webster County, Hopkins Central travels up Pennyrile Parkway to Madisonville, Union County welcomes McLean County, Owensboro hosts Calloway County, Crittenden County travels to Murray, Henderson County hosts Daviess County, Muhlenberg County hosts Meade County, Marshall County at McCracken County, South Warren hosts Adair County.
Catch up on these and other scores from across the Commonwealth on the Kentucky High School Scoreboard show following the
Thursday’s High School scores:
The Warrior soccer team was also in action Thursday and defeated Webster County YSA 3-0.
Golf: First round action of the Leachman Buick/KHSAA Girls state tournament takes place at Bowling Green Country Club. UHA’s Anna Moore tees off at 1 pm this afternoon.
Volleyball: Todd Central and Livingston Central are at
College Football: 8th ranked
Austin Peay remains winless following a 63-7 Ohio Valley Conference loss to the league leader and 4th ranked team in FCS,
Also tomorrow in the OVC,
College Basketball: Mid
Austin Peay’s Lady Governors will not face Lipscomb as originally scheduled this season due to a scheduling conflict. The game was to be played November 18th in
NHL: The Nashville Predators were shut out by the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-0 at Bridgestone Arena Thursday night. The Predators play in