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The Trigg County duo of Ty Meacham and Chase Oglesby finished sixth overall at the KHSAA State Bass Fishing Championship last weekend at Kentucky Dam Marina in Gilbertsville.

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While they usually only send a handful of participants to tournaments, the students at Hopkinsville Martial Arts came out in big numbers last weekend as 20 participated in their latest tourney at Kenwood High School in Clarksville.

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If someone did not know where Christian County's Bianna Snorton was signing her national letter of intent to Friday, it became clear as soon as they walked into the CCHS library and seeing the many family and friends wearing John A. Logan T-shirts.

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Hopkinsville boys' basketball coach Larry Miller and former Hoptown coach Tim Haworth both spoke during Friday's signing at HHS and each had great things to say about their now former players.

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After he was named the National Athletic Association of Private Schools' Class 3A National Player of the Year, University Heights Academy's KyKy Tandy received another honor on Tuesday.

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University Heights Academy fell to Graves County a year ago in the Marshall County Hoopfest, but the Blazers were determined to come away with a victory in this year’s appearance and UHA did just that.

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HOUSTON (AP) — The Tennessee Titans were down by four with the ball on the 3-yard line in the second quarter Monday night against the Houston Texans when coach Mike Vrabel chose to go for it on fourth-and-inches.

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Christian County softball coach Johnny Blane has been around for plenty of signings at CCHS, but Friday’s signing meant a little bit more to the veteran head coach as he sat beside a player he’s known since she was born.

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University Heights Academy’s Lilly Strader and Drew McGowan sign their National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic and academic careers Wednesday.

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Christian County senior softball player Tyler Shemwell isn’t a big fan of the spotlight and she doesn’t like being the center of attention, but the future Murray State Racer always has a way of finding herself in that exact spot.

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Mike Edwards' early takeaways helped stake Kentucky to its initial lead. Linebacker Josh Allen then made sure the 20th-ranked Wildcats held on with clutch sacks late.

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First-year Hopkinsville wrestling coach Scott Seaman has been around the sport of wrestling for 15 years. His older and younger brothers both wrestled as well, making it a rite of passage in the Seaman household.

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The prestigious Heritage Bank Christian County High School Athletics Hall of Fame will added more than a dozen new members after the announcement was made in a press conference Thursday at CCHS.

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Another season of Hopkinsville football is in the books as the Tigers fell 20-0 to Madisonville-North Hopkins in the second round of the KHSAA Class 4A State Playoffs, but for coach Craig Clayton, he’s already preparing for next season.

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It took a monsoon and a goal from midfield to end the Hopkinsville Tigers boys’ soccer teams historic season, but one player wanted to make sure the Tigers kept their heads held high in the loss.

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(AP) — The 2017-18 college basketball season had everything a fan could want. Standout performances, a No. 1 seed finally falling in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and Villanova cutting down the nets for the second time in three seasons.

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For the first time in program history, the Hopkinsville High School boys’ soccer team will wake up today with a KHSAA Elite Eight game on their schedule.

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When University Heights Academy’s Muki Kunnmann walked onto the course during her first Class 1A, Region 1 cross-country meet at Marshall County four years ago, she wasn’t sure if she would ever win a regional title.

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Much like they have in several games this season, the Christian County Colonels came out in the second half with a little pep in their step, but unfortunately it wasn’t enough as they fell 12-8 to Paducah Tilghman Friday at the Stadium of Champions.

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Shot after blistering shot, University Heights Academy took its best crack at Henderson County in Thursday’s girls’ 2nd Region Soccer Championship.

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It was David versus Goliath Thursday at Union County High School as the biggest school in the 2nd Region matched up with the smallest school in the region during the 2nd Region volleyball tournament and unfortunately for University Heights Academy, history usually finds a way of repeating itself.

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And then there were two. Hopkinsville boys’ soccer faced off against Henderson County in a rematch of the 2016 2nd Region Championship Thursday at Madisonville-North Hopkins High School. The Tigers went on to win that previous meeting two years ago 4-1.

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It’s been a long four years for the Hopkinsville Tiger seniors. They’ve dealt with winning and losing on the field along with the loss of two teammates, but on a rainy night in Hoptown, the Tigers seniors hit the field for the last time at the Stadium of Champions.

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Mother Nature reared its ugly head Monday at the Stadium of Champions as University Heights Academy girls’ soccer took on Webster County in the opening round of the 2nd Region Tournament. Water splashed beneath the cleats of players throughout the match until UHA’s Lilly Strader scored on a …

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Just as they did a year ago, the Hopkinsville Tigers picked up their second win against the Calloway County Lakers, but this season they did it with a player that wasn’t even on the roster during their previous win against the Lakers.  

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Despite a huge run in the second half, the Christian County defense couldn’t bury the Graves County Eagles as they scored twice in the final four minutes to take down the Colonels 44-36.

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NEW YORK (AP) — A government witness at a college basketball corruption trial testified Thursday that he made a secret $40,000 payment to the inner circle of a North Carolina State recruit through an assistant coach at the school.

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FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. — The 8th District girls’ soccer tournament kicked off Monday at Fryar Stadium with two semifinal matchups. Two things were on the line for all four teams. Pride and a trip to the 2nd Region tournament.

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For the second week in a row, the Hopkinsville offense didn’t produce a touchdown, but also for the second week in a row the Tiger defense kept them in the game.