Hopkinsville High School announces 2020-21 boys basketball schedule

Hopkinsville’s Jamarion Sharp (right) goes for a block against Christian County’s Eric Brody during the Tigers’ loss during a game at CCHS in 2019.

As the upcoming school year approaches, Hopkinsville High School boys basketball coach Larry Miller has announced the 2020-21 schedule.

The Tigers will open the season on the road, traveling to take on Lyon County on Tuesday, Dec. 1. The Tigers will return to Hopkinsville to take on Caldwell County for their home opener on Friday, Dec. 4.

Hopkinsville will also compete in an array of tournaments, starting with the KME Christmas Classic at Trigg County on Dec. 18 through Dec. 19. The City of Hopkinsville Holiday Classic will follow on Dec. 21 through Dec. 23.

The Tigers will then compete in the City of Middletown Holiday Classic from Dec. 28 through Dec. 30, before taking on Marion, Illinois in the Toyota of Hopkinsville Classic on Saturday, Jan. 9.

District play will begin with the Tigers’ first of two matchups against UHA on Friday, Jan. 8. They will take on Fort Campbell for the first of their two showdowns on Jan. 19, followed by their first matchup with Christian County on Jan. 22.

Some notable matchups include games against the two-time defending 2nd Region champion Madisonville-North Hopkins on Jan. 5, a matchup with 2nd Region runner-up Webster County on Jan. 26, and a matchup with the defending 4th Region champion Warren Central on Feb. 1.

Hopkinsville will close out the regular season on Feb. 12 against the Rockets of Crittenden County.

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