The High School football regular season came to an end last week which brought to a close all the stat races for the year.
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.
Runners from both Madisonville North Hopkins and Hopkins County Central took part in the KHSAA State Championship Cross Country Class AAA Meet on Saturday in Lexington.
Not sure if the cold weather or the fact the Kentucky Wildcats were playing basketball in the NCAA tournament served as motivation, but the Hopkins Central Lady Storm wasted little time in taking care of visiting University Heights Academy Thursday night.
Hopkins County Central High School’s Kaison Osborne signs his letter of intent to play football at the University of the Cumberlands next season flanked by his parents, John and Marty Osbourne and his sister, Karigan, on Thursday.
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.
Webster 14, Trigg 6: The Lady Trojans used the long ball to earn their fifth win of the season on Monday night. Webster (5-2) had grand-slam home runs from Kayla Yates and Hattie Hartman in the win. Hadlee Carter also recorded a 3-run homer in the fourth inning for the Lady Trojans. Grace Sc…
The Madisonville Maroons pulled away in the second half Friday night to beat the Storm 82-64. The win pushes North to 15-6 in the year and sweep the season series versus Central. Kenny White had a team high of 24 points and Ksuan Casey had 17 in a game where the Maroons dominated the post.
Madisonville North Hopkins High School completed a 15-point fourth quarter comeback versus Hopkins County Central High School Friday to gain their fifth win of the year 45-44.
Hopkins County Central’s Jackson Porter may have finished his high school athletic career with the conclusion of the 2017 season, but his baseball career will continue, as he signed his national letter of intent to join the team at the University of Pikeville.
MORGANTOWN — Hopkins County Central boys’ basketball coach Lee James has said throughout the season that to his team, the next game is the most important game in the state. And the Storm sure played like it on Friday.
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.
BENTON – It was a rough night for the Hopkins County Central girls’ basketball team on Saturday, as the team lost to Marshall County at the Gunner’s Magic Train Shootout by a final score of 59-25.
GREENVILLE — Going into Saturday’s preseason scrimmage against Hancock County, Hopkins County Central girls’ basketball coach Todd Webb wasn’t sure what he was going to see from his team.
MORTONS GAP — Hopkins County Central fans packed the Storm Gym on Thursday to get a first glimpse at the teams they would be seeing this winter at the Storm Chaos event.
Mason Burgett made the go-ahead bucket with 3.4 seconds left in overtime to lift the Storm to a thrilling 70-69 win in the Warren East Holiday Hoops Classic late Tuesday.
MORTONS GAP — The Madisonville-North Hopkins girls’ basketball team stepped on the court in front of its largest crowd of the season and against its biggest rival Tuesday night.
The Caldwell County boys' soccer team used three second-half goals to pull away for a 3-0 7th District victory Tuesday against host Hopkins County Central.
The Muhlenberg County boys' soccer team stayed hot with a 9-0 victory over Hopkins County Central at home on Monday. The Mustangs improved to 11-5-1 and have now won nine of their last 11 games.
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.