6 p.m. UHA v. Fort Campbell
Welcome to our first live blog of the 8th District basketball tournament. The girls' tournament starts tonight with the boys' tournament tipping off tomorrow.
During a 15-year professional wrestling career, whether he went by “Wildman” or “Marvelous,” Marc Mero was consistently accustomed to drawing cheers and jeers when he walked into an arena or climbed inside the ring.
While the Kentucky New Era’s coverage of the 2015-16 high school sports season might have ended nine days ago, following the conclusion of the 2nd Region Softball Championship in Madisonville, we’re not quite ready for the party to end.
Recognized as one of the best high school punters in the state, Christian County senior Dixon Craft has long been accustomed to using his powerful leg to flip the field as a member of the special teams unit.
Kentucky Sports Radio paid a visit to one of its strongest markets and homage to one of its most important cities on Friday morning, as the 2015 KSR Summer Tour rolled into Hopkinsville.
Love him or hate him, the polarizing Kentucky Sports Radio founder and host Matt Jones has carved out a healthy space within a competitive in-state sports coverage and radio landscape, subsequently establishing himself as a prominent figure, oft-utilized spokesperson and now, even a player w…
One of the most respected names in Kentucky high school basketball circles will join Tim Haworth’s bench for the 2015-16 season, as former Louisville Moore Traditional and Louisville Male head coach Larry Miller will serve as a varsity assistant for the Hopkinsville boys’ squad next year.
Former Hoptown High School all-state basketball star, University Heights Academy coach and beloved Hopkinsville native Tommy Wade remains hospitalized in a medically-induced coma after suffering a heart attack on Tuesday afternoon while jogging in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
During its illustrious history, Murray State men’s basketball has earned a staunch reputation of being a program that loves to run, thrives in transition, and uses the entire floor to institute an up-tempo scheme, both offensively and defensively.
Before I went to bed this past Sunday night, I literally turned my pillow over to the other side before I laid my head down, to honor fallen sports broadcaster Stuart Scott who died earlier that day following an audacious seven-year fight with cancer.
Behind a 17-3 advantage in shots on goal, it felt like Hopkinsville was in position for a big win. With three minutes remaining in the contest, including extra time, it looked like it’d be a loss for Hoptown. In the end, the Tigers were able to escape with a wild draw on Senior Night.
Adored by Kentucky fans and loathed by the majority of the mainstream media, Matt Jones has built Kentucky Sports Radio into the largest independent college sports blog in the nation and become one of the most influential radio personalities in the state.
Huddled under blankets and wearing their heaviest winter coats, the dedicated group of friends and family that came to watch Bud Hudson youth football Saturday was small, yet boisterous.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — On the same day Titans receiver Kenny Britt said he'll take whatever punishment the NFL deems necessary for his latest run-in with the police, he lashed out at the team on social media for fining him $9,915 earlier in the day. According to numerous reports, Britt use…
Region favorite and No. 1 boys’ seed Clint Joiner, of Caldwell County, breezed into the Region 2 tennis tournament semifinals with a pair of victories Tuesday night at the Ruff Park courts.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Break out the sunglasses, Louisville is sporting its infrared uniforms for the Final Four. The Cardinals are 5-0 in their orange, err, "red" uniforms, and they're not about to mess with that success with a trip to the NCAA title game on the line. The fourth-seeded Cardina…
LEXINGTON – Much is being made this week of the pressure the top-seeded, 36-2 Kentucky Wildcats will feel Saturday night when they hook up with the rival Louisville Cardinals (30-9) in the Final Four in New Orleans.
A Georgetown incident, framed by the news media as an extreme rivalry between Kentucky and Louisville fans, may actually have stemmed from ongoing hostility, one of the men involved says.
Historically, celebrations following big University of Kentucky tournament games have straddled the line between celebrations and civil unrest, and Saturday's historic game against rival University of Louisville has the potential to draw the biggest — and rowdiest — crowd ever.
University of Kentucky's epic winning basketball season has made one thing clear: there are two kinds of people in this world, those who see a couch and think "Fire!" and those who don't.
The District 8 and Region 2 champion Hopkinsville Tigers fall to Southwestern 52-41 in the first round of the KHSAA Boys' Sweet 16 State Basketball Tournament.
The Hopkinsville girls basketball team had its season come to an end Friday night in a 67-30 loss against Marion County during the KHSAA Girl’s State Basketball Tournament.
MADISONVILLE, Ky. — The chants of “Rupp Arena, Rupp, Rupp Arena,” rained down out of the Hopkinsville High School student section as the final buzzer sounded on the Tigers’ 65-54 Region 2 basketball tournament championship win over host Madisonville-North Hopkins Tuesday night.
With a Class 5-A, District 1 clash with Hopkinsville a week away, the Christian County football team may have been overlooking Fort Campbell Friday night at the Stadium of Champions.
Holdout running back Chris Johnson and the Tennessee Titans agreed to a four-year, $53.5 million contract extension Thursday, according to a source close to the situation.
A little more than six weeks from its season opener with the University of Kentucky in Nashville, Tenn., the Western Kentucky University football team was selected seventh in the preseason poll during the Sun Belt Conference media day Monday.
The Ruff’s Runts 12U softball team representing the Hopkinsville-Christian County Youth League took third place in the Trigg County Invitational on Saturday at the Trigg Recreation Complex.
Hopkinsville High School baseball player Jarod Perry has been in the Tigers’ lineup every year for almost six years. Next spring, he will be penciled into the Kaskaskia (Ill.) College card.
It took a buzzer beater, an overtime victory and six overall wins, but a Hopkinsville basketball team earned a fifth-place finish in a national tournament last weekend.