BOYS SOCCERMadisonville cruises over Webster County

The Madisonville-North Hopkins Maroons cruised to a 10-0 win over Webster County in the first round of the Second Region Tournament on Monday night.

Madisonville will face University Heights Academy in the semifinals of the Second Region Tournament on Wednesday night.

GIRLS SOCCERHenderson advances with win over Caldwell

The Henderson County Lady Colonels advanced to the Second Region semifinals with a 3-0 win over Caldwell County on Monday night at the Stadium of Champions.

Henderson will take on the Hopkinsville Lady Tigers on Wednesday in the semis.

The Lady Colonels defeated Hoptown 2-0 earlier this season. Kickoff is set for 5 p.m.

vOLLEYBALLUHA finishes tournament with flawless Saturday, win again on Monday

The University Heights Academy Lady Blazers bounced back from a loss to Logan County on Friday with three wins on Saturday and followed that up with a win on Monday.

UHA defeated McLean County 2-0 (25-10, 20-20), Livingston Central 2-0 (25-19, 25-9) and Christian County 2-1 (23-25, 25-15, 15-10) on Saturday and defeated Christian Fellowship 3-1 (17-25, 25-18, 25-13, 25-17) on Monday.

Meghan Adams led the Lady Blazers on Monday night with 11 kills. Adams recorded a double-double on the night as she finished with 14 digs as well. Katie Beth Stevens recorded eight kills. Evelyn Morales and Clarissa Miller each finished with seven kills.

Beth Peebles finished with 25 assists and Lily Hendricks recorded a team-high 20 dings in the win.

The four wins push the Lady Blazers to 24-5 on the season and will be back in action at 5:30 p.m. today against Henderson County.

CROSS-COUNTRYAtkins, Wood lead way for Tigers

Hopkinsville's Chase Atkins and Allison Wood posted the top finishes for the Tigers at the Fast Cats Classic over the weekend hosted by Daviess County.

Atkins took home a third-place finish in the meet, finishing the 5000-meter run with a time of 15:52.25. Chance Jones finished 54th (18:01.21), Jonathan Quincey placed 146th (20:11.13) and Jerel Lee finished 213th (23:16.75) to round out the runners on the boy's side.

Wood's 14th-place finish led the way for the Lady Tigers with a time of 20:13.32. Miyu Takenaka finished 66th (23:06.58), Eva Blankenberger took home 78th (23:29.33), Brooklyn Taylor was 141st (27:32.24) and Jessie Creamer rounded out the Lady Tigers with a 154th-place finish (32:32.11).

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