BOYS SOCCERBlazers end Mayfield's night early with 10-0 win
It would be pretty hard for Frankie Thomas to have a better debut as a head coach as his University Heights Academy Blazers took down Mayfield 10 Tuesday.
Tanner Thomas and Will Bryan each finished with three goals as Elvin Wagner added two goals. Preston Thomas and Dylan Edmonson also scored for the Blazers.
Thomas and Connor Dill led the way with two assists.
Will Maxwell tallied seven saves for the shutout as the UHA offense had 14 shots on goal.
UHA continues their start to the season on the road at 7 p.m. Thursday at Ohio County.
Wildcats take down Muhlenberg, start year 2-0
For the second night in a row, the Trigg County Wildcats picked up a 4-0 victory, but Tuesday's win came against Muhlenberg County.
Christian Llarena finished with a goal and an assist as Will Jolly also added a goal and an assist. Daniel Jimenez and Anthony Ethridge had the other two goals for the Wildcats.
Matthew Smith didn't have much to do in goal as he didn't see a shot in the Wildcats shutout.
Trigg County plays at 7 p.m. Thursday at Christian County. The Wildcats don't play at home until Aug. 24 against Graves County.
Barren County blanks the Rebels
Barren County cruised by Todd County Central 5-0 Tuesday in the Rebels' season opener.
With the loss, it's the fifth straight season-opening loss for Todd County Central.
The Rebels play at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Hopkins County Central.
GIRLS SOCCERLady Wildcats fall to Paducah Tilghman at home
Despite an early lead, the Trigg County Lady Wildcats fell 3-2 to Paducah Tilghman Tuesday in Cadiz.
Trigg County will have a chance to right the ship at 7 p.m. Thursday at Todd County Central.
VOLLEYBALLLady Warriors win season opener, 3-1, over Clarksville Academy
The Heritage Christian Academy Lady Warriors started the 2019 season on a bright spot with a 3-1 victory over Clarksville Academy.
HCA won the first set 25-18, and to say they got the job done on the service line would be an understatement. The Lady Warriors had a 92% service average and zero handling errors in the set.
HCA won the second set 25-23, but Clarksville wouldn't go away just yet as it won the third set 26-24.
The Lady Warriors used their subs in the fourth set and came away with a 25-22 win to take the match.
Lexie Crisp, Amy Heltsley and Emma Kirkman led the way for HCA in the victory, along with the younger players that got the job done in the final set.
HCA plays this weekend in the Volleyjam Tournament in Smyrna, Tennessee.