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LEXINGTON, Ky. — Several local athletes were among the hundreds of high school wrestlers in the crowd Tuesday at the state high school wrestling tournament and with the final rounds taking place in Lexington this afternoon, many still have a lot to look forward to.

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LEXINGTON -- Mark Stoops was still scratching his head Monday as he tried to analyze his team's disappointing 17-13 loss to Tennessee last weekend.

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While the basketball season doesn't start for another few weeks, a group of former Christian County hoopers came together Saturday for the annual Lady Colonel Alumni Basketball Game at CCHS.

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After a win last week over Paducah Tilghman to give them a district championship, Hopkinsville Tigers coach Craig Clayton said his team would have to play better offensively if they wanted to continue their season.

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Kentucky Sports Radio host Matt Jones is leaving his radio show for the "near future" after the Republican Party of Kentucky filed a complaint Wednesday with the Federal Elections Commission claiming Jones received illegal campaign contributions from his employers and failed to properly disc…

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When the Hopkinsville Tigers faced Calloway County earlier this season, the Lakers were without starting quarterback John Foster, but now the senior leader has returned.

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Entering the first round of the KHSAA playoffs as the fourth seed and still searching for their first win of the season, the Christian County Colonels have absolutely nothing to lose.

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After 11 weeks of football, it's finally time for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association State Playoffs. Several local players from all five area teams have done their best to set their team up for success Friday night.

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LEXINGTON -- Eastern Kentucky coach A.W. Hamilton considers Kentucky and Louisville two of the top teams in the nation. Hamilton will get a glance at both teams this season starting Friday night when the Colonels take on the second-ranked Wildcats at Rupp Arena.

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Two weeks ago, the Trigg County Wildcats fought through the rain to defeat the Union County Braves 33-7 at Perdue Field, but they'll have to take down the Braves again if they want to advance to the second round of the KHSAA Class 3A State Playoffs.

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It may have been a 19-14 Homecoming and Senior Night win for McCracken County over Christian County on Friday at Marquette Stadium, but there was hardly jubilance from the Mustangs after the final horn.

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CADIZ -- Another November football Friday night. Another scrapbook 139 Bowl memory between Caldwell County and the Trigg County Wildcats.

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Hopkinsville coach Craig Clayton hasn't had the best of luck with field goals in his career and he would have rather had a touchdown late in Friday's game against Paducah Tilghman but with just 17 seconds remaining, Clayton put the game on the leg of his senior kicker.

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Runners from the local area will attempt to take home a state championship today during the KHSAA state Cross Country meet at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

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HCA set to begin state tournament run

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MADISONVILLE -- A decade ago, University Heights Academy didn't have a volleyball program. But now, despite falling in the Second Region Championship for the second year in a row, the program has solidified itself as a contender year in and year out.

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MADISONVILLE -- While the second set may not have been ideal, the University Heights Academy Lady Blazers bookended it with solid sets as they cruised to a 3-0 (25-11, 25-23, 25-6) in the first round of the Second Region Tournament on Tuesday against the Lady Maroons at Madisonville-North Hopkins.

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MEMPHIS -- Ja Morant's 30-point, nine-assist, four-rebound effort in Sunday's thrilling 134-133 overtime win against the Brooklyn Nets was more than just the first victory for the 2019-20 Memphis Grizzlies.

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MADISONVILLE -- The Hopkinsville Lady Tigers may have played two of their better games of the year when they mattered most, but just so happened to play the top two teams in the Second Region during those matches.

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The Christian County Colonels fall to 0-9 on the season after they fell to South Warren 36-0 on Friday at the Stadium of Champions.

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MORTONS GAP -- The Hopkinsville Tigers made short work of their final district foe as they cruised by Hopkins County Central 55-13 on Friday in Mortons Gap.

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The First Region Cross Country Championship is set to begin this afternoon at Marshall County and all three classes running will have a local team participating.

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When Webster County and Paducah Tilghman played a regular-season game in Dixon two weeks ago, the Trojans hung around with the Blue Tornado for much of the first half before Tilghman pulled away for the victory.

The Dawson Springs boys cross country team made history when they won the region title on Oct. 26. Two girls also qualified for state competition.

Dawson Springs Independent Schools is one of 43 schools having a Title IX revisit this year and a meeting is scheduled for public comment.

Reservoir smallmouth anglers are a weird lot. They dangle tiny little hair jigs under bobbers in air so cold ice forms in the guides of their rods. They think the best late fall fishing days feature leaden, low skies, light…

Felisha Shawn Ware, 49, of Providence went to be with the lord on Oct. 17, 2019, at Saint Vincent Hospital in Evansville, IN.

Webster County competed with Trigg County for spurts of Friday night's Class 3-A First District game between the two squads, but the Trojans were forced to play catch-up for the entire game after a sluggish start as the Wildcats notched…

Webster County's season came to an end last Tuesday night as the Lady Trojans suffered a 5-1 defeat to University Heights in the first round of the 2nd Region Tournament at Stadium of Champions in Hopkinsville.

The seventh and eighth grade basketball teams at Dawson Springs will begin official play soon in both girls and boys action.

Kentucky's backcourt is getting a lot of national attention with the return of Ashton Hagans, last year's SEC Defensive Player of the Year, and arrival of freshman Tyrese Maxey, who is already being projected as a 2021 NBA lottery pick.

Webster County golfer Grant Puckett has several accolades on the golf course, but making the state golf tournament was something that he had not accomplished.

The Webster County volleyball team has been picking up some positive momentum lately as the Lady Trojans have won six out of their last eight matches. This past week Webster split games against Third Region opponents McLean County and Daviess…

After Webster County kicker Joel McCormick made a 27-yard field goal to give the Trojans a 3-0 lead over Union County with 5:33 left in the first quarter, the Braves responded with a special teams play of their own.

The Greater Louisville Classic is one of the more prestigious cross country meets in Kentucky, and the Webster County boys team had a great showing on Friday as the Trojans finished 9th out of 42 teams.

Webster County's leading scorer Marissa Austin was kept from scoring in both of the Lady Trojans' wins over Union County during the regular 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.

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The Trigg County duo of Ty Meacham and Chase Oglesby finished sixth overall at the KHSAA State Bass Fishing Championship last weekend at Kentucky Dam Marina in Gilbertsville.

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While they usually only send a handful of participants to tournaments, the students at Hopkinsville Martial Arts came out in big numbers last weekend as 20 participated in their latest tourney at Kenwood High School in Clarksville.

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If someone did not know where Christian County's Bianna Snorton was signing her national letter of intent to Friday, it became clear as soon as they walked into the CCHS library and seeing the many family and friends wearing John A. Logan T-shirts.