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The Hopkinsville Lady Tigers’ season came to a close on Tuesday night as they fell 19-4 against Madisonville-North Hopkins in Henderson.

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Hopkinsville and Christian County were in Owensboro on Tuesday morning, competing to continue their season at the Class 3A, Region One track and field meet.

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University Heights Academy and Fort Campbell were in Murray over the weekend competing to continue their seasons as they took on the Class A Region One meet.

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The Hoptown Hoppers, with just two weeks before the start of the 2022 OVL season have announced another pair of players that will make the trip to Hoptown this summer.

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With only four individuals and four doubles teams left, a pair of champions were going to be crowned at Ruff Park in Hopkinsville on Thursday during the boys’ Second Region Tournament.

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Despite defeating Hopkinsville twice during the season, Christian County knew they were in for a fight against the Tigers the third time around on Tuesday in the Eighth District Championship at Tiger Field.

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The Hopkinsville Tigers got a lot of offense on Tuesday, defeating Ohio County 11-1 in five innings of action on the road.

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The Hoptown Hoppers are inching closer and closer to opening day and also getting even closer to rounding out their 2022 roster, announcing two more players on Monday.

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Christian County saw it come to them easily early on last season and head coach Sheri Hancock thought that hurt her team in the long run.

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University Heights Academy took care of business on Monday, cruising to a 16-6 win over Heritage Christian Academy in Hopkinsville.

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Hopkinsville got some runs on the board early and that paced the Tigers to a 10-0 victory on Monday in game one of the two-game doubleheader against University Heights Academy.

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POTOMAC, Md. (AP) — Jason Day shook his head vigorously after holing an 11-footer for birdie on his ninth hole at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm — not out of disgust, but to whip the excess water off his cap. For the rest of the round, Day shed the hat entirely.

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The Christian County Lady Colonels continued their hot string of hitting on Tuesday, scoring 14 runs in a 14-3 win over Caldwell County.

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University Heights Academy may not have been swinging the bats well on Wednesday night against Hopkinsville but it was the Lady Blazers’ ability not to swing that led them to victory.

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The Hopkinsville Tigers got on the board first but couldn’t hold on as errors plagued David Weber’s team in a 6-2 defeat to Union County on Tuesday night at Tiger Field.

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University Heights Academy ran into an offensive outburst from Caldwell County on Monday night as the Tigers defeated the Blazers 15-5 in six innings in Princeton.

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Christian County currently holds the best record in the Second Region and that record improved on Saturday as the Colonels won their seventh and eighth consecutive games, defeating Henderson County 3-2 and Marshall County 6-5 at Colonel Field.

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Hopkinsville, Christian County, University Heights Academy, Trigg County and Todd County Central all rack and threw at the Stadium of Champions on Saturday competing in the Hopkinsville Invitational.

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DENVER (AP) — The late-season images were a source of confusion: Jamal Murray taking the floor before games and dunking on a surgically repaired knee. Nearby, Michael Porter Jr. launching his smooth long-range jumper following spinal surgery.

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At the beginning of the season, Christian County head coach Cole Isom said he wanted to flip the Colonels’ 8-20 record from a year ago around.

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University Heights Academy and Heritage Christian faced off on Thursday night, previewing what a potential Eighth District meeting will look like in a short amount of time.

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Christian County went down early in their contest against Lyon County and in a situation where the Lady Colonels could have just phoned it in, they responded in a big way.

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The Hopkinsville Lady Tigers sent their seniors off on a right note, handing Heritage Christian Academy a 15-0 defeat on Tuesday night.

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University Heights Academy has made many strides since Jordan Grace took over. However, there is still a gap between the rest of the Eighth District and Christian County.

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