There was plenty of softball action in Hopkins County as the Lady Maroons swept a doubleheader at home over Dawson Springs, while down the road in Mortons Gap, Hopkins Central fell to Caldwell County in district action.
Madisonville North Hopkins softball and Hopkins County Central baseball were shutout in games on Friday, while the Maroons gave up the lead late in a loss at Trigg County.
It was a frigid evening at Mortons Gap Thursday and the bats were just as cold for Hopkins Central as Caldwell County cruised to a comfortable 18-0 win in four innings.
Madisonville North Hopkins even their record to 1-1 as Brenna Sherman provided a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh to give the Lady Maroons a 12-11 win over Caldwell County.
The 7th District title will stay in Madisonville for at least another year as the Maroons came out of Caldwell County with clippings of the net and a 73-65 victory over the Tigers.
Hopkins County Central put themselves in prime position in the race for the 7th District championship thanks to a 47-36 win over Caldwell County in Mortons Gap on Saturday.
It had been nearly 10 months since Madisonville North Hopkins played a basketball game prior to Friday night’s season opener in Princeton against district rival Caldwell County.
Caldwell County needed just three sets to end the Lady Maroons’ season Wednesday evening at Christian County (25-19, 25-10, 25-9). The contest was a rematch of last week’s district finals, and…
Caldwell County only needed three sets as the Lady Tigers completed the volleyball sweep over Madisonville North Hopkins at Hopkins County Central on Thursday to win the 7th District Champions…
Abigail Center scored twice in the first half and that’s all the Madisonville North Hopkins Lady Maroons needed to win their third straight 7th District Championship by a score of 2-0 over Cal…
Hopkins County Central (4-6-1) kept their season alive on their home pitch on Monday with a 3-0 win over Caldwell County in the first round of the 7th District Tournament.
PRINCETON, KY -- The Caldwell County Tigers announced on Thursday afternoon that their scheduled game against Glasgow on Friday night would be canceled out of concerns for covid-19.