The University of Kentucky baseball team will conclude the toughest eight-game stretch in program history on this evening, playing host to No. 2 Louisville in a 6:30 p.m. first pitch at Cliff Hagan Stadium.
Two Murray State Racer football standouts have signed contracts in free agency to compete at the next level.
Stock car racing action resumes at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway Saturday night, with high-paying feature races for open-wheel Modified and Crate Late Model drivers headlining the program.
The “platoon system” that helped make the 2014-15 Kentucky basketball team one of the most formidable squads in NCAA history will not be making a return next season.
For the second straight year, the University Heights Academy boys’ doubles team of Blake Edmonson and Hendley Traughber has advanced to the final four of regionals and earned an automatic berth into the KHSAA state
University of Kentucky senior catcher Griffin Joiner has been named to the Southeastern Conference All-Defensive Team by league coaches, marking the third consecutive season the native of Hopkinsville has received the honor, it was announced Tuesday.
Jalen Johnson’s legs were dancing, Andrew Self’s lungs were in midseason form and Hopkinsville football was working hard to get its rising players up to speed on the gridiron Tuesday evening, as the Tigers held an intra-squad scrimmage to cap off their spring practice season.
Christian County’s win Tuesday night over Fort Campbell was an important moment for the Colonels as they work to finish the regular season on a high note.
Trevor Williams singled home Easton McGee in the bottom of the sixth inning on Monday, leading Hopkinsville to a 6-5 roller coaster home victory over Calloway County.
On a bittersweet Senior Night, the University Heights Academy baseball team honored its leader and lone senior — Jacob Stevens — and lost its fifth straight game following a 6-0 defeat at the hands of visiting Henderson County.
The Lady Colonels picked up a win in one of their final home games Tuesday as the Christian County softball team won 4-2 over Henderson County.
Brady Trapnell doubled, tripled and drove in five runs, and Jacob Workman scored four times to lead Heritage Christian Academy over Grace Baptist 19-4 in three innings on Monday at Warrior Field.
After earning a 6-2 win to start the week against Bowling Green on Monday, the Todd County Central softball team gave one back on Tuesday, dropping a 9-2 decision to Logan County.
One year after finishing 1-16 in league play, the Hopkinsville Middle School baseball team turned it around to finish 10-8, good for No. 4 out of 10 teams in the final standings, as the Tigers wrapped up the season over the weekend.
Softball games are won and lost in the pitcher’s circle, according to Christian County coach Johnny Blane. When the bats were cold for the Lady Colonels on Saturday, another strong outing from junior pitcher Alexis Sumner led County to another win over a top-25 team.