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LEXINGTON -- Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops and defensive coordinator Brad White were on the same page following Kentucky's first scrimmage of fall camp and both agree significant improvement must be made before the season opener in less than three weeks.

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If Friday's scrimmage against Todd County Central taught the Hopkinsville Tigers anything, it's that they have a few things to clean up before Aug. 23.

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MURRAY – Against the defending Second Region boys soccer champions, second-year head coach Jared Rosa liked the fight his Murray squad had on Thursday night at the Mallory France Soccer Complex.

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Hopkinsville bests Paducah Tilghman behind Hernandez hat-trick

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Just a few hours after learning senior striker Elijah Gaines was going to be out for the season, the Trigg County Wildcats stepped on the pitch for their third game in four days and they made a statement for their teammate. 

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Heritage Christian Academy doesn't compete against the KHSAA's 8th District schools, but that doesn't mean they don't have tough competition in the Kentucky Christian Athletic Association.

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With her most experienced group to date, University Heights Academy volleyball coach Faye Hendricks took the conservative route when outlining the goals for her team in 2019.

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It's been a long time since Reggie Hanson was running up and down the court at Rupp Arena as a member of the Kentucky Wildcats, but now he's getting to know his fans in a different way with the release of his new book.

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LEXINGTON -- In its first scrimmage of fall camp, Kentucky's offense "took care of the football" and was productive.

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BOYS SOCCERBlazers end Mayfield's night early with 10-0 win

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The Hopkinsville Lady Tigers had a tough test ahead of them to open the 2019 season and it was even tougher without sophomore forward Ana Hernandez on the pitch.

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After a win over Logan County to start the season, the Tigers found themselves on the wrong side of a physical contest Tuesday against the South Warren Spartans.

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For the first time since 2014, the University Heights Academy Lady Blazers will start their season with a loss after Calloway County swept through UHA with a 3-1 victory Monday.

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Hopkinsville's Jose Favela missed two games during last year's postseason run after a suspension, but on Monday he made his presence known in a big way when he scored the first of three Tiger goals as they took down Logan County, 3-0, in the season opener at the Stadium of Champions.

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CORRECTION: Trigg County assistant coach Jeremy Stamp was misidentified as head coach Josh Nichols. The Kentucky New Era regrets the error and it has been corrected in the story. 

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Fifth-year Murray State men's basketball coach Matt McMahon wasn't kidding on Wednesday, when he mentioned the complete 2019-20 Racer schedule could be coming out soon.

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After a historic run to the KHSAA Final Four, the Hopkinsville Tigers back in 2019 and return a bulk of the team that went further than any Hoptown team in program history.

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In front of more than 200 members of Big Blue Nation, Kentucky Sports Radio made a stop in Hopkinsville Tuesday during its summer tour at the Planters Bank-Jennie Stuart Health Sportsplex.

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LEXINGTON -- Who is the best quarterback in the Southeastern Conference? If you ask Kentucky receiver Lynn Bowden, Terry Wilson is atop the list of signal-callers in the league.

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The 2019-20 Murray State men's basketball schedule gained more clarity on Monday afternoon, when team officials released the Ohio Valley Conference slate, and a Power 5 opponent released its nonconference slate.

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Once your time comes to make an exit from summer baseball, whether it be to go back to school or because of injury or any other reason, the players will seamlessly exit and move on to their next step.

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VOLLEYBALLChristian County, UHA take on Bluegrass State Games

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Three local athletes began the season with the Hoptown Hoppers and while all contributed in the time they were on the team, Drew McGowan got to see it all unfold from start to finish.

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HUNTINGBURG, Ind. -- Two moments was all it took to solidify the Hoptown Hoppers' place at the top of the Ohio Valley League.

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On Dec. 11, 1973, then Hopkinsville boys' basketball assistant William Falls was introduced during a pep rally as the Tigers were playing rival Christian County that evening.

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MURRAY -- The 2009-10 Murray State men's basketball team was more than a Danero Thomas buzzer-beating shot that felled fourth-seeded Vanderbilt in the opening round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament.

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The Dawson Springs High School cross country teams has been practicing for weeks. Their first meet is set for Aug. 24, according to their schedule released this week.

Webster County boys soccer coach Heath McVay could not have asked for a better start to the season for his team on Monday night against Caldwell County.

Webster County played its home and season opener on Monday night against Caldwell County, and history was on the Lady Tigers' side going into the match as Caldwell had a 15-0 all-time record against Webster coming into Dixon.

When Webster County played a scrimmage at Barren County a year ago, the Trojans really struggled to move the ball down the field in a 35-0 loss over in Glasgow.

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T-Ball and Little League Baseball have taken over Buddy Rogers Ball Park in Fredonia for the summer. The season began June 18, and director Bayley McDonald had the following to share about this beloved summer program:

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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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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch always wanted to be like John Elway, his idol growing up and his mentor in the NFL both on the football field and in the front office.

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Sonny Dykes has spent most of his career coaching and recruiting football players in his home state of Texas and around the South. When he became a head coach in the Pac-12, he found an unfamiliar environment at some high school games in California.

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — When former UCLA gymnastics coach Valorie Kondos Field was asked to be part of the inaugural Aurora Games, she jumped at the chance. Celebrating the female athlete is right up her alley.

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BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) — The winner climbed from his car and immediately apologized for denying an underdog his first career victory. The runner-up, in tears over his near miss, was raucously embraced by the crowd for his oh-so-close effort.