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Every member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ organization will receive a championship ring for their Super Bowl LV victory last week but there is one, in particular, that will mean a lot to the city of Hopkinsville.

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The Christian County Lady Colonels seemed to have been turning a corner with their play over the last couple of games.

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The Christian County lady Colonels celebrated senior night on Thursday night and it was more than just the 2021 senior class that made an impact against Muhlenburg County.

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The Hopkinsville Lady Tigers welcomed defending Second Region Champion Henderson County to Tiger Gym on Tuesday night and the Lady Colonels proved they are very much still the team to beat in the region.

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University Heights Academy welcomed the top team in the state to Blazer Gym on Monday night and the Bowling Green Purples showed just why they are the best in the bluegrass.

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In a 54-45 loss to Calloway County, the Christian County Lady Colonel left a lot of points on the board, and the lack of offense transferred to the defensive end.

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Hopkinsville senior wideout Reece Jesse was one of the few in the class of 2021 in the state that hadn’t made a decision for his future.

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ELKTON — After putting 90 points on the board in two different games last week, the Trigg County Wildcats and their offense met their match on Monday night.

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BOWLING GREEN — The Hopkinsville Tigers traveled to Bowling Green on Wednesday afternoon looking for their second win of the season, facing off against the Greenwood Gators.

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Christian County finally got to see the start of the season on Monday night, but Jacey Jaggers and the Caldwell County Lady Tigers spoiled the Lady Colonels’ season opener, defeating County 61-51 at Lyle Dunbar Gymnasium.

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Jawuan Garrett is switching sports but staying in Trigg County athletics after it was announced that he will take presume the role of head coach for Trigg County High School track and field.

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MADISONVILLE — Everything was going right for University Heights Academy on Friday night in Madisonville.

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The Hopkinsville swim team is set to begin its season next week after Christian County Public Schools gave the green light to begin the winter season on Thursday.

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University Heights Academy knew playing against size was going to be an issue for them and Lyon County’s Jackson Shoulders proved to be the catalyst in the Lyons’ 79-77 win over the Blazers in the All “A” Second Region Tournament.

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Looking for its first win of the season, University Heights Academy had a tall task in front of them, welcoming Zion Harmon and Marshall County into Blazer Gym on Saturday afternoon.

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It’s a unique situation taking over a program during a global pandemic, but first-year Christian County wrestling coach Dee Leavell said it’s business as usual.

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Christian County public schools announced Tuesday the return to in-person instruction would be delayed, and also canceled all extra-curricular activities for the remainder of the week.

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In a game that featured 74 free throws and 64 turnovers, it was the Todd County Central Lady Rebels that came out on top.

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