UHA takes fifth at All ‘A’

The University Heights Academy Lady Blazers got a career-low from Ava Colburn and a low score from Conlee Lindsey as UHA finished fifth overall at the All “A” State Golf Tournament in Richmond.

Lindsey carded the low score for the Lady blazers as she finished 27th overall in the tournament with a 90. Her sister Rheagan finished 36th with a 93 while Colburn finished with a career-low 95, placing one spot behind Rheagan Lindsey in 37th.

Lucy Wilkins rounded out the team with a 128 on the day in Richmond.

Trigg’s Reynolds shoots low in local tri-match

Trigg County’s Hunter Reynolds carded a 32 and earned medalist honors at Western Hills on Monday.

Christian County’s Landon Hunt was right behind Reynolds as he fired a 36, followed by Fort Campbell’s Mitchell Petros with a 38.

Trigg County grabbed the team win shooting a 156 as a team, with the other three scorers for the Wildcats shooting in the 40s.

County’s Johnson finishes fourth in Graves Invitational

Christian County’s Riley Johnson shot an 83 over the weekend in the Graves County invitational, good enough for fourth place overall.

Boys’ soccer

Hoptown, UHA go winless at Boots and Butts

Hopkinsville and University Heights Academy combined to go 0-6 over the weekend at Boots and Butts at the Stadium of Champions.

UHA fell to Elizabethtown 11-1 and West Jessamine 6-0, while Hoptown dropped a pair of games to Murray and fell to both E’Town and West Jessamine as well.

Todd falls in All ‘A’

The Todd County Rebels fell 7-5 over the weekend in the Fourth Region All “A” Classic Tournament.

Todd County is back in action tonight against Logan County.

Trigg falls to St. Mary

Trigg County was shutout on Monday as St. Mary defeated it 3-0.

The Wildcats fall to 2=5 on the year and will be back in action Thursday against Russellville.

Girls’ soccer

Todd falls to Russellville in All ‘A’

Todd County Central fell 2-1 on Saturday to Russellville in the All “A” Classic Fourth Region Tournament.

The Lady Rebels fall to 1-5 on the year and will return to action tonight against Logan County.

Trigg beats St. Mary on Southwood’s game-winner

Alyssa Southwood put home the game-winner on Monday as Trigg County defeated St. Mary 3-2.

The Lady Wildcats are back in action tonight against Lyon County.


Todd County wins a pair of matches

The Todd County Central Lady Rebels went 2-0 over the weekend, defeating Caldwell County 3-0 on Saturday, followed by a 3-0 win over Muhlenberg County on Monday.

Todd will be back in action tonight against Logan County.

Trigg County falls to Webster County

Trigg County fell 3-0 on Saturday to Webster County.

The Lady Wildcats falls 2-13 on the year and will return to the court tonight against St. Mary.

HCA grabs win over Webster County

Heritage Christian Academy grabbed another KHSAA win on Monday, defeating Webster County 3-1.

The Lady Warriors are back in action tonight against Legacy.

Cross Country

Wood takes first in Evansville

Hopkinsville’s Allison Wood takes home first place over the weekend at the Mater Dei Invitational, finishing over a minute ahead of the pack, running a 20:26.80.

Lauren Mayes wasn’t too far behind Wood in 4th, her sister Rebecca finished 10th overall, Kaydon Coates was 13th, Justice Wright finished 20th and Jessie Creamer was 29th.

Christian County’s Jakiyah Oates was the fast runner for the Lady Colonels, finishing 27th.

On the boys’ side, University Heights Academy’s Cole Glover was the fastest runner of the locals, finishing ninth overall. County’s Michael Webbfinished 14th to lead the Colonels and Jonathan Bridges finished 31st to lead the way for Hoptown.

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