GIRLS SOCCERHoptown shuts out Muhlenberg County

After five-straight losses, the Hopkinsville Lady Tigers now have back-to-back shutouts as they took down Muhlenberg County 1-0 Tuesday.

Keeli Miles scored the lone goal for Hoptown as Vy Nguyen grabbed her third shutout of the season.

Hoptown plays at 7 p.m. Thursday at Caldwell County. The Lady Tigers won't play at the Stadium of Champions again until Sept. 21 when they take on Hopkins County Central in the Colonel Showcase.

Lady Blazers draw with Caldwell County

A night after their thrilling victory in the All "A" Classic Sectional, the University Heights Academy Lady Blazers couldn't find another goal as they drew Caldwell County 2-2 in Princeton.

Grace Pape continued her hot streak with a goal as Emma Perry also scored for UHA.

UHA plays at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at home against Marshall County.

Mayfield takes down Trigg County, 3-2

The Trigg County Lady Wildcats have dropped back-to-back games since the Russellville Panther Classic, including a 3-2 loss to Mayfield on Tuesday.

TCHS now sits at 4-5 and plays at 7 p.m. Thursday as the Lady Wildcats host Lyon County.

GOLFCCHS edges Hoptown, Muhlenberg

Christian County used several low scores to win a tri-match Tuesday with Hopkinsville and Muhlenberg County as the Colonels carded a 166 to win by three shots over Hoptown.

Hopkinsville's James Folz did his part as he shot a 36 to earn medalist honors. Teammate Evan Pyle took second with a 37. Christian County's Hannah Sumner shot a 40 to take third as she led the Colonels.

Houston George (41), Micah Smith (42), Josh Johnson (43) and Chase Dawson (44) all had big days for the Cols.

Trigg takes 2nd at Drake Creek

Trey Carr and Greyson Grissom each carded 42s as the Trigg County Wildcats finished runner-up at Drake Creek Tuesday.

TCHS shot a 174 while Ty Butts (42), Hunter Reynolds (46) and Grayson Thomas (46) also competed for the Wildcats.

VOLLEYBALLTodd County Central beats Franklin-Simpson in 4 sets

The Todd County Central Lady Rebels used the experience they got in last week's Wreck at the Plex to grab a four-set win Tuesday over Franklin-Simpson.

After winning the first two sets 25-20, 25-23, the Rebels dropped the third set 30-28, but the fourth they came in with authority. Todd County Central won the final set 25-14 for its sixth win of the year.

The Lady Rebels play at 7 p.m. Thursday at home against Trigg County.

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