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The Hoptown Hoppers got things started on Monday night against the Madisonville Miners but couldn’t keep it going, as a big fourth inning from Madisonville helped the visiting team take a 14-4 win over the Hoppers.

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The Hoptown Hoppers saw many well-hit balls not fall in their favor on Thursday night against Dubois County, but one well-hit ball was all they needed.

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After four innings of feeling out, the Full Count Rhythm jumped out and never looked back en route to a 7-2 win over the Hoptown Hoppers.

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The Hoptown Hoppers traveled to Madisonville for the first time all season on Tuesday night but the host Miners got the better of them, snapping Hoptown’s three-game win streak, defeating the Hoppers 14-10 in an offense showcase.

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The Hoptown Hoppers always focus on winning an Ohio Valley League championship, but that has never stopped them from showing off some of the local talents that have made it to the college level.

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The Hoptown Hoppers grabbed their third consecutive victory on Monday night as they rolled both offensively and defensively in a 6-1 win over the Muhlenberg County Stallions.

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After losing the last two nights as mother nature rolled through the area, the Hoptown Hoppers returned to the diamond at Colonel Field on Friday as they hosted the Franklin Duelers.

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Much like their counterparts across the town at Christian County, the Hopkinsville Lady Tigers return some key pieces with youth at the head of their offense.

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The Hopkinsville YMCA will be putting its own spin on the triathlon event in July.

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Thursday marked the conclusion of the first Greg Buckner basketball camp at the Planter’s Bank-Jennie Stuart Health Sportsplex Hopkinsville and the former University Heights Academy Blazer felt as his event was successful.

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It’s been full speed ahead since Heritage Christian Academy announced it was making the jump to the KHSAA back in May.

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BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Nick Chubb signed a three-year, $36.6 million contract extension Monday with the Cleveland Browns, an indication of the team's regard for his skills as an elite running back and his quiet, unassuming leadership.

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TOKYO (AP) — Poland granted a visa Monday to a Belarusian Olympic sprinter who said she feared for her safety and that her team’s officials tried to force her to fly home, where the autocratic government was accused of diverting a flight to arrest a dissident journalist.

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Marshall Faulk's high school football coach died of COVID-19 early on in the pandemic. The coronavirus hit home for Rod Woodson when he and his family got sick and his daughter's boyfriend lost his father.

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DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — The first stop on Romain Grosjean’s monthlong tour of the United States with his family was the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, where his wife had arranged a tour for the race car driver and their three children.

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SAITAMA, Japan (AP) — The next challenge for the U.S. in its quest to win a seventh consecutive Olympic gold medal is Australia as the Americans Monday night drew their rival in the quarterfinals of the women’s basketball tournament.