The boys and girls basketball programs from Madisonville North Hopkins, Hopkins County Central and Dawson Springs traveled to Hopkinsville to take part in the first-ever 2nd Region Media Day at the Hopkinsville Sportsplex.
For the second time in five nights, the Hopkins County Central Lady Storm used a stifling defense and a stellar effort from Keke Ikeard to defeat Dawson Springs 63-36.
Fast Cats Classic: Christian Parker of Madisonville North Hopkins High School won the event in 15:59 on Saturday. Webster County finished 10th as a team and Dawson Springs was 33rd.
Ethan Browning had a huge night for Madisonville North Hopkins High School. The junior recorded four hits and knocked in six runs as the Maroons defeated Dawson Springs twice at home Thursday, 13-1 and 11-7.
MURRAY - Dawson Springs eighth-grader Maddie Huddleston competed in the First Region Girls' Golf Tournament at Miller Memorial Golf Course on Tuesday.
MARION — With weather forecasts calling for below-freezing temperatures on Tuesday, almost every spring sports team in the region postponed or canceled their games for that day.
MORGANFIELD — The Webster County boys’ basketball team clinched the No. 2 seed in the Sixth District Tournament with a 51-32 win over Union County Friday night.
DAWSON SPRINGS – The Dawson Springs girls’ basketball team got its second straight win on Saturday, good for its first win streak of the season, with a 69-44 win over Frederick Fraize.
MADISONVILLE — The Madisonville-North Hopkins boys’ basketball team lost to Henderson County in its homecoming game on Saturday, 83-57.
The Panthers scored 45 second-half points but couldn't complete the comeback against Fulton City in Monday's 78-74 consolation game of the Itty Bitty Trees and Trends Classic in Benton.
The Panthers had four scorers in double figures, but the balanced attack wasn't enough to beat victorious Whitesville Trinity, 81-65, in the semifinals of the Itty Bitty Trees and Trends Christmas Classic in Benton.
The host Panthers hung with Union County for the first half and trailed by just nine points at halftime, but the Braves pulled away late, keeping many of their starters in the game in the final minutes and outscoring the Panthers 28-14 in the fourth quarter for a 92-57 victory.
DAWSON SPRINGS — The Dawson Springs boys' soccer team scored in the opening minutes of Tuesday's home game against against Hopkins County Central and never looked back for a 3-1 victory.