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LEXINGTON -- Adolph Rupp never coached a game at Rupp Arena, but his successors have led the Wildcats to 600 victories and three national championships in the historic venue since it opened in 1976.

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MADISONVILLE -- Christian County made the trip to Madisonville on Tuesday night as both the Colonels and Lady Colonels were in action against Madisonville-North Hopkins, but both fell to the home team.

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WRESTLINGHoptown's Skuljanwins title at WestCreek's Coyote Classic

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Some things go together like peanut butter and jelly or milk and cookies, but nothing goes together like the Christian County Colonels winning the King of the Bluegrass wrestling title.

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CADIZ -- Down nine going into the fourth quarter, the Trigg County Wildcats could have called it quits and folded against Daviess County.

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Florida to name basketball court after former coach Donovan

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Centre men's soccer saw its historic 2019 campaign finally come to a close Friday evening, falling 3-0 against No. 1 Amherst in the NCAA Tournament semifinals at UNCG Soccer Stadium.

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The tradition of wrestling at Hopkinsville is filled with state champions just as it is at Christian County, but unlike the Colonels, the Tigers haven't had a state champion this century with their last coming in 1999.

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Christian County head coach Kerry Stovall has been around the game of basketball for a long time and he's coached a lot of teams and players, but one thing has stayed constant.

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The Christian County wrestling program has been trending upward the last several years and that won't change this season when the Colonels hit the mat for the first time Saturday at the King of the Bluegrass at Fairdale.

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The Todd County Central Lady Rebels bounced back in a positive way following an opening night loss to McLean County on Tuesday night with a 55-35 win over Fort Campbell on Wednesday night.

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I know I've been lacking on updates about my CrossFit journey in the newspaper, but I've had plenty of support from those close to me the past several weeks, and I'm proud to say I finished my six-week challenge on Monday.

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The Hopkinsville boy’s and girl’s basketball teams opened their seasons on Tuesday night, as both teams hosted Kenwood with the Lady Tigers picking up a big victory while the Tigers fell in a close battle.

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MURRAY -- It was a tale of two halves for University Heights Academy Monday but Blazer Nation got a pretty good glimpse at the school's next standout point guard.

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Coaches rarely want to say they're rebuilding but after the Hopkinsville Lady Tigers lost multiple starters and more than 40 points per game last season, Coach Anthony Babb is having to work a little bit harder this offseason.

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University Heights Academy has had its fair share of stellar guards the last few seasons with KyKy Tandy and Tray Hollowell playing in college, but it's the next crop of guards that'll lead the Blazers this season.

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University Heights Academy's Derrick Hickman is the only new hoops coach in this city this season, but he's no stranger to basketball in Hopkinsville or the Lady Blazers' program.

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The Hopkinsville Tigers haven't played in the Second Region tournament since 2017, something the program isn't used to, and coach Larry Miller is hoping that changes this season.

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Hopkinsville's Reece Jesse is the type of person that lets his play do the talking.

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MURRAY -- It hasn't been the easiest start for Murray State women's basketball, which has had to take trips to both Louisville and Mississippi State to start the 2019-20 season.

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The University Heights Academy volleyball team has had its most successful stretch in the program's short history the past few years.

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One thing is certain when watching a University Heights Academy boys' soccer game, junior Will Bryan is always bringing the juice.

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After making the NCAA DIII Sweet Sixteen for the first time in program history last week, the Centre College Colonels made history again Sunday after they advanced to the Final Four Dec. 6 in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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Christian County fans got their first look at the athletes that will don the red and blue this winter at Meet the Colonels.

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When University Heights Academy junior Grace Pape was growing up, she didn’t take much interest in soccer, but that’s not the case anymore.

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Former Hopkinsville Tiger Ethan Noel had his fair share of winning during his time at HHS, but now he’s taking it to another level as he and the Centre College Colonels are somewhere no other team in program history has been before.

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University Heights Academy's Weston Wood didn't play a lot of golf the summer before his junior season because a back injury sidelined him ahead of his most important year as a prep athlete.

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Golf was just a hobby for Christian County's Hannah Sumner when she started playing, but now, as a senior, Sumner has turned what was once something to do outside of softball into a collegiate career.

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Both Heritage Christian Academy Basketball teams played its first game at home on Tuesday night, as the Warriors and Lady Warriors hosted Franklin Road Christian School.

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Hopkinsville's Chase Atkins knew he was set for a big year after the first event of the 2019 season.

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For the last few seasons, Hopkinsville's Allison Wood has learned from a rival in University Heights Academy's Muki Kunnmann, but now Kunnmann has graduated and the Tiger junior is laying down the Wood.

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While the Hopkinsville Tigers still have a bad taste in their mouths after the loss Saturday to Madisonville-North Hopkins in the second round of the KHSAA Class 4A State Playoffs, the Tigers still have plenty to look forward to as several standouts return next season.

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It's been an emotional couple of days for Hopkinsville girls' soccer coach Jeff Addison.

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To beat good football teams, it's imperative to play well for most of the game. To beat great football teams, it's vital to play well for 48 minutes, and the Hopkinsville Tigers fell just short of that mark Friday night at the Stadium of Champions.