After the excitement of a come from behind victory on Tuesday, Hopkins County Central couldn’t get it done on Wednesday as their season came to an end with an 8-0 loss to Henderson County at Madisonville North Hopkins in the 2nd Region semifinals.
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.
Hopkins County Central made school history at Madisonville North Hopkins as the Storm soccer team notched their first win in the 2nd Region Tournament in the program’s lifetime over Trigg County by a score of 3-2.
Madisonville North Hopkins made quick work of Webster County on its home pitch Tuesday during the opening round of the 2nd Region Tournament as the match ended 1:30 into the second half by a score of 10-0.
Madisonville North Hopkins needed only three sets to take down host school Hopkins County Central in the first round of the 7th District Tournament volleyball tourney on Tuesday (25-13, 25-8, 25-17).
The 2nd Region Boys Soccer Tournament was postponed Monday and moved to tonight due to inclement weather and field conditions at Madisonville North Hopkins.
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 Caldwell County at Hopkins County Central on Thursday.
In a rare Wednesday evening contest in Hopkins County, Madisonville North Hopkins defended their 7th District Soccer Championship over host Hopkins County Central with a 5-1 victory.
Madisonville North Hopkins will advance to Thursday’s 7th District Championship following a 5-3 win Tuesday over host Hopkins County Central.
There was some chaos with the Madisonville North Hopkins football schedule on Tuesday as their upcoming home game against Calloway County went from happening as scheduled, to canceled, to back on within a matter of hours.
The Madisonville North Hopkins girls golf team went into the 2020 KHSAA State Tournament in Bowling Green with the goal of making the top five on the team leaderboard, but they fell just short of that goal by just six strokes as they finished sixth overall with a two-day score of 684.
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.
Madisonville North Hopkins girls golf coach Sam Westfall didn’t mince his words when talking about his expectations for the Lady Maroons as they prepared to play in the state golf championships in Bowling Green this week.
After Hopkins County became a red county Thursday afternoon, all regular season games and practices have been put on hold at least through Monday evening for Hopkins County Central and Madisonville North Hopkins. This plan will exclude the 7th District soccer tournaments Central is hosting s…
It was a tough day on the links at Bowling Green Country Club for Madisonville North Hopkins’ Jackson Hill and Aaron Munger in the final round of the KHSAA State Tournament.
The Madisonville North Hopkins girls golf team will be returning to the KHSAA State Tournament in Bowling Green as the 2nd Region winner this Friday and Saturday.
A reoccurring — and dreaded — theme has once again reared its ugly head this week in the world of Hopkins County sports as another high school football game has been canceled due to COVID-19.
Madisonville North Hopkins’ Jackson Hill and Aaron Munger finished first round play of the KHSAA State Tournament in Bowling Green Tuesday with solid performances.
It was a tough Tuesday night for Hopkins County Central as they fell to 3-6-1 after a 4-0 loss to Owensboro Catholic in Mortons Gap. The Storm haven’t won a game since Sept. 21 as they’ve suffered three losses and one draw in that stretch.
Katelyn Cavanaugh led the Hopkins County Central Lady Storm with 10 goals on Monday in Mortons Gap in 16-0 victory over Butler County. Priya Holmes recorded a hat trick with three goals. Kire Peyton, Briley Littlepage and Rebekah Reasor each scored a goal each.
Madisonville North Hopkins (4-5-2) capped off their home schedule with a 10-0 win over Muhlenberg County (2-7-0) Monday via the 10-goal mercy rule with 30 minutes remaining in the second half.
Madisonville North Hopkins will have two golfers going to Bowling Green for the KHSAA Boys State Golf Tournament on Tuesday and Wednesday with junior Jackson Hill making his fourth appearance and senior Aaron Munger making his first start.
If you are a professional baseball fan there is nothing better than the month of October, as the playoffs start and baseball is on television almost every day and night.
It hasn’t happened since 2003: the Hopkins County Central Storm beat the Madisonville North Hopkins Maroons 40-35 on Friday night. Central notches their first overall win since 2018, giving them a 1-3 record for the season while the Maroons fall to 1-2.
Sophomore Carson Mackey scored two goals for the Storm, but Muhlenberg County managed to pull out a 2-2 tie in soccer action Thursday night in Mortons Gap.
All three Hopkins County schools met at Madisonville North Hopkins on Thursday for the Hopkins County Meet. North’s Alex Dendley and Audrey Tate won the boys and girls races, respectively. Dendley covered the 3.1 miles in a time of 19:08 and Tate clocked in at 24:15.
Hopkins County Central will make the short trip up U.S 41 Friday to do battle with cross-town rivals Madisonville North Hopkins in the annual inter-county matchup.