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The Daviess County High School softball team captured a pair of victories — a 9-4 win over Lyon County and a 6-5 conquest of Christian County — in two games Saturday in Eddyville.

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PADUCAH, KY -- Below is a list of reported high school football scores from Friday, October 30th.

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Three Lady Maroons had multiple goals as Madisonville North Hopkins advanced to the semifinal round of the 2nd Region Tournament in Henderson on Tuesday with an 8-0 win over Christian County.

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The 2nd Region Boys Soccer Tournament was postponed Monday and moved to tonight due to inclement weather and field conditions at Madisonville North Hopkins.

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The wheels fell off late in the second half as Hopkins County Central’s losing streak extended to four games with a 3-2 loss to Christian County on Tuesday night in Morton’s Gap.

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A solid performance in net by senior Kara Franklin and a hat trick by Lillie Carman propelled the Lady Maroons (2-3-1) to an 8-1 win over Christian County at Madisonville North Hopkins Monday …

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The Webster County soccer team continued to struggle last week picking up their second win of the season against Christian County, but dropping games to University Heights and Madisonville nor…

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The fireworks went off in the final 10 minutes of the match between Hopkins County Central (2-3) and Christian County (0-4) as Jaxon Greer scored the lone goal to give the Storm a 1-0 victory …

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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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Christian County Public Schools have announced ticket sale guidelines for Friday night’s crosstown rivalry matchup between Hopkinsville and Christian County.

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Christian County outscored Madisonville 16-0 in the second half to secure a 28-20 come-from-behind victory in both teams’ season opener Friday night at Maroon Stadium.

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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 Count…

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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 Cam…

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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…

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Kentucky high school fall sports are scheduled to begin practicing soon. But COVID-19 has changed the high school sports landscape.

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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 th…

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With school sports close to a return after the pandemic canceled all spring seasons, Christian County Public Schools Superintendent Chris Bentzel has appointed Christian County High School hea…

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The Ohio Valley League announced today that the 2020 season has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Hoppers will not play in Christian County this year. 

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With the absence of spring sports due to COVID-19, high school athletes are missing out on the sport they love, but they aren’t the only ones dealing with time away from the field.

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Much like softball’s list yesterday of the best players I’ve seen during my time in Hopkinsville, the baseball list is a little long as well.