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Christian County, Trigg County and Todd County Central, along with several other area teams, converged on the Planters Bank-Jennie Stuart Health Sportsplex of Hopkinsville last weekend for the Wreck at the Plex.

Henderson County (5-0) and Logan County (5-0) walked away as co-champions with each team having a few standout performances during the weekend.

Christian County finished 1-4 in the tournament with its lone victory coming against Trigg County (25-14, 25-14). The Lady Colonels had one of the toughest scheduled during the weekend as they fell to Madisonville-North Hopkins, Logan County, Graves County and Bowling Green.

Trigg County was 0-5 last weekend as the Lady Wildcats are still searching for their first win of the season.

Todd County Central also went 0-5 but had a bright spot in the second day when the Lady Rebels took the first set of Madisonville-North Hopkins despite falling in three sets to the Lady Maroons.

UHA sweepsFort Campbell

The University Heights Academy Lady Blazers took care of business on Monday night, sweeping the Fort Campbell Lady Falcons (25-12, 25-7, 25-17).

A balanced offensive attack led UHA to the victory. Katie Beth Stevens tallied nine kills to lead the team. She was followed up by Meghan Adams, who finished with seven kills. Evelyn Morales recorded six kills and Clarissa Miller added five more for the Lady Blazers.

Beth Peebles dished out 28 assists in the win and Lily Hendricks led the team with five digs.

UHA improves to 8-2 on the season and will return to action at 7 p.m. tonight when it hosts Hopkinsville.

Lady Warriors go 3-1 during long weekend of play

The Heritage Christian Academy Lady Warriors had one of their busiest weekends of the season Friday and Saturday as they went 3-1, including 3-0 during a trip to Louisville.

HCA fell Friday to North Hardin Christian (25-23, 25-12) then hit the road for three games.

The Lady Warriors beat Micah Christian (25-15, 25-18), Cornerstone Christian (25-14, 25-18) and also Holy Angels (25-23, 25-18).

Emma Kirkman finished with 36 assists on the weekend while Bailey Craft added 12. Allie Schluckebier added 14 kills with Ellie Heltsley finished with 13 kills and seven blocks. Lexie Crisp chipped in 10 kills while Meredith Crunk added eight digs.

"I'm really pleased with the overall effort the girls put out this weekend," HCA coach Eldridge Rogers said. "It was obvious that the girls are beginning to believe that they can compete with anyone in the KCAA as long as they stay focused. They are finally beginning to believe in themselves. I'm excited to see where this team will end up at the end of the season."

HCA plays at home tonight against Bowling Green Christian.

GOLFHoptown's Binkley earns medalist honors at HGCC

Despite losing the quad-match by a shot, Hopkinsville's Will Binkley carded a 38 to earn medalist honors Monday at Hopkinsville Golf & Country Club.

Christian County earned the victory Monday with a 168 as they were led by Houston George's 39. Josh Johnson (40), Micah Smith (42) and Hannah Sumner (47) helped lead the Colonels to victory.

For Hoptown, Evan Pyle (41), James Folz (42) and Joey Falco (48) finished behind Binkley.

Trigg County's Trey Carr led the Wildcats with a 39 while Hunter Reynolds carded a 42. The Wildcats finished fourth with a 175 while Muhlenberg County shot a 171 for third place.

UHA downs Dawson Springs by 30 shots

The University Heights Academy boys' golf team continued its strong play from the weekend when it beat Dawson Spring by 30 shots.

UHA shot a 169 with Weston Wood leading the way with a 38. Jiles Wyatt (41), Conlee Lindsey (44) and Jude Doer (46) also contributed to the win.

SOCCERLady Tigersshut out Hopkins County Central

The Hopkinsville Lady Tigers snapped a five-game losing streak Monday with a 4-0 victory over Hopkins County Central.

Laney Wilson scored two goals for Hoptown while Sarah Johnston and Keeli Miles also scored in the victory.

Abby Moss added two assists with Grasen Givens and Gracey Meacham also assisting.

Vy Nguyen continued her strong play with a shutout in goal.

Hoptown plays at 5:30 p.m. today at Muhlenberg County.

Lady Colonels outlastLyon County

The Christian County Lady Colonels edged the Lyon County Lady Lyons 5-4 on the road on Monday night.

With the win, County improves to 3-4 on the year and will return to action at 7 p.m. on Wednesday when it travels to South Warren.

HCA splits twohome games

Heritage Christian Academy hosted two home games Saturday against Kentucky Christian Athletic Association opponents and the Warriors finished with a 1-1 record.

In its first game of the day, HCA fell to Trinity 5-1 with Mati Venable scoring the only goal of the game. Andrew Gentry finished with 18 saves in the loss.

In the second game, the Warriors cruised to an 8-0 win over Cornerstone Christian.

Thomas West (2 goals), Ryan Trapnell (2 goals, assist), Isaac West (assist), Trenton Hayes (2 assists), Ayden Higgins (1 goal), Liana Carr (goal), Emilie Young (2 goals) and Abbi Bullock (3 assists) contributed to the Warriors' victory.

CROSS-COUNTRYHoptown'sAtkins continues bettering time

Hopkinsville's Chase Atkins has ran in three races so far this season and he's bettered his time in each event.

On Saturday, Atkins won the Coleman Midgett Invitational in Hendersonville (TN) with a time of 16:18.57. Chance Jones and Quinn Miller also finished in the top 85 for the Tigers.

On the girls' side, Allison Wood finished 16th with a time of 21:12.94 while Rebecca Wood finished 59th with a time of 24:25.51. Eva Blankenberger took 70th for the Lady Tigers with a time of 25:52.42.

UHA's Duncantakes 4th at Calloway County

In their first team event of the year, University Heights Academy tabbed three top-15 finishes at the Calloway County Invitational.

UHA's Tomas Duncan finished fourth overall with a time of 17:28.4 while Tobias Duncan finished 13th with a time of 18:31.2. Just behind Tobias was Blazer teammate Walter Kunnmann as he took 14th with a time of 18:45.6. Chase Hendricks finished 53rd with a time of 21:01.1 for UHA.

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