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With the absence of JaQuellus Martin and an offensive showcase from the Murray Tigers, Trigg County fell to 1-1 on the year with a 41-6 loss in its second game of the season.

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After getting some time to watch the tape from Friday’s win over Henderson County, Hopkinsville head coach Craig Clayton was pleased with what he saw.

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University Heights Academy has been tops of the Eighth District in the volleyball world, but Christian County made it clear that it is coming for the crown.

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The Hopkinsville Lady Tigers celebrated their senior class on Monday night at home, but the Webster County Lady Trojans spoiled the seniors’ big night, defeating Hoptown in straight sets (25-23, 25-24, 25-9).

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After cruising to victories in its first two contests, the University Heights Academy Lady Blazers had a bigger challenge in front of them.

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With three weeks of preparation for week one of the season, the Hopkinsville Tigers and coach Craig Clayton were unsure of what they were going to see on Friday night.

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Boy’s soccer Bryan explodes as UHA wins All-A Second Region University Heights Academy senior Will Bryan tallied six goals and one assist as he led the Blazers to a 7-0 victory over Lyon County on Friday afternoon, winning the All-A Second Region Championship.

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The first week of the football season is finally here and all local teams are in action to kick off the season. Fort Campbell will not be playing football this fall along with soccer and volleyball.

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While most sports are just getting started this week, one sport going since the start has been the high school golf season. Hopkinsville, University Heights Academy, Christian County, Fort Campbell and Trigg County were all at Western Hills Golf Course on Thursday afternoon in competition.

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Both fields at the Stadium of Champions were full Thursday night as the Hopkinsville boy’s and girl’s soccer teams were in action.

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Following a winless season a year ago, a shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t the most convenient thing for Christian County football head coach Steve Lovelace and his team heading into this year.

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NORMAN, Okla. — College athletes across the country added their voices to those calling for an end to racial injustice on Friday with football players and others marching on campus or stepping away from practices to protest the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin.

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The KHSAA Board of Control voted to keep its current sports plan in place. Two options on the table to move some or all sports to Sept. 28 were voted down. Gov. Andy Beshear recommended schools to stay closed to in-person instruction until Sept. 28. Sports will move forward as previously planned.

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The Hoptown Hoppers will have new competition in the Ohio Valley League after the league announced the formation of a new franchise in Hendersonville, Tennessee.

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While the coronavirus pandemic has pushed it back from its original date, newly-hired Hopkinsville Middle School cheerleading coach Elle Hancock has announced that cheerleading tryouts will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. starting July 6.

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In his 16th and final season at the helm of Christian County wrestling, Robert Burnham was given the National Wrestling Coaches Association High School Boys Head Coach of the Year honor for the state of Kentucky.

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After cruising to victories in its first two contests, the University Heights Academy Lady Blazers had a bigger challenge in front of them.