Madisonville North Hopkins couldn’t get a win on homecoming as the visiting Daviess County Panthers took a 48-22 victory over the Maroons on Friday night.
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Coming off of a dramatic overtime win at Todd County Central a week ago, the Storm will look to come out on top in front of their home fans tonight as they host a winless Ballard Memorial team.
Hopkins County Central earned a much-needed win at home on Thursday as they handled Hopkinsville by a score of 3-1. Going into the match, Central had lost six straight — two of those losses being COVID-19 forfeits.
Madisonville North Hopkins will have a tough test for homecoming tonight as they’ll be hosting Daviess County at Maroon Stadium. North is coming off of a two-game winning streak to put them back even at 2-2 and they’ll hope to make it 3-2 by the end of the night.
Dawson Springs hit the links in Richmond for the All-A State Golf Tournament. The entire boys golf team made the trip while Maddie Huddleston competed for the girls.
Madisonville North Hopkins only needed 40 minutes to take care of Hopkinsville at home on Tuesday as they came out on top via the mercy-rule of 10-0 at the end of the first half.
The volleyball teams for Madisonville North Hopkins and Hopkins County Central picked up wins on Monday evening while the North girls and Central boys soccer teams were on the losing end on the road.
For the first time since 1999, the Hopkins County Central girls soccer program earned a win over Caldwell County by a score of 2-0 on Monday in Mortons Gap. The win snapped a 27-game losing streak against the Lady Tigers.
The Madisonville North Hopkins girls golf program honored their two seniors on Monday and came out with a blowout win at Madisonville Country Club on Monday.
It was an eventful weekend for the Madisonville North Hopkins soccer teams as the guys picked up a win in two contests in the Colonel Classic at Henderson while the ladies won at Daviess County.
On the heels of their first win of the season, Madisonville North Hopkins will be looking to get back to an even record as they’ll travel south to take on Christian County tonight.
After picking up their second win of the season last week in Muhlenberg, Hopkins County Central will be hoping to get another road win tonight as they make the long drive to Elkton to face Todd County Central.
Hopkins County Central didn’t have an easy first game back from quarantine as Henderson County rolled into Mortons Gap and came away with a 4-0 victory over the Storm on Tuesday.
Madisonville North Hopkins’ boys and girls golf teams traveled to Calvert City Country Club on Saturday to play in the Marshall County Invitational. The host school won both tournaments, while the Lady Maroons finished second and the Maroons finished fourth.
Both soccer teams from Madisonville North Hopkins were in action over the three-day weekend with the Maroons picking up a win over Mayfield on Saturday, while the ladies fell in Ohio County on Monday afternoon.
Madisonville North Hopkins got head coach Chris Price Sr. his first win in a 33-20 victory over the always-tough Crittenden County Rockets Friday night in front of the home crowd.
Behind a strong running game that amassed 312 yards on the night, Hopkins County Central improved to 2-1 on the young season with a 28-0 win over Muhlenberg County (0-2) Friday night in Greenville.
After opening the year with two road losses, Madisonville North Hopkins will hope some home cooking will result in their first victory when they host Crittenden County tonight.
Hopkins County Central (1-1) will be looking to get back on the winning track tonight when they make the short trip to Muhlenberg County to take on the Mustangs.
Dawson Springs sent their cross country runners to Madisonville North Hopkins last weekend where the guys had a fourth place finish as a team.
A familiar face may have left the halls and athletic fields of Hopkins County Central as the school’s athletic director this week, but his presence and impact on the lives of so many will be felt for years to come.
Nearly a year removed from their 2nd Region championship match, the Madisonville North Lady Maroons stunned Henderson County on their home field in a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the Lady Colonels on Tuesday evening.
Madisonville North Hopkins had a successful weekend in girls golf and cross country with the Lady Maroons golf team setting a couple of school records
A native son of Madisonville, Chuck Melton is now a two-time Paralympic Silver Medalist with the United States wheelchair rugby team following the Americans’ 54-49 loss to Great Britain in the gold medal match on Sunday in Tokyo.
In what was looking like a coming out party for Madisonville North quarterback Wyatt Coleman in the Maroons’ second game of the young season Friday night at Caldwell County (1-1), a late pick-six interception from the Tigers’ defense turned the tides and pushed the home team to a 25-14 victory.
The Madisonville North Hopkins Lady Maroons were dominant from start to finish in Thursday’s rivalry matchup against Hopkins County Central in an 11-1 home victory.
Coming off of a huge win at Webster County last week, Hopkins County Central will be looking for a 2-0 start to the season Friday when a tough Union County team comes to town.
Madisonville North Hopkins didn’t find the endzone at all last week at Union County, but they’re hoping to hit paydirt in Princeton when they face Caldwell County tonight.
Dawson Springs will be sending their boys golf team to Richmond to compete in the All-A State Tournament after the Panthers won the regional tournament at Princeton on Saturday.
The Madisonville North Hopkins volleyball team couldn’t have asked for a better result in their home opener on Tuesday as they defeated Hopkinsville in straight sets, 3-0.
It was a good weekend for both golf teams from Madisonville North Hopkins as the girls captured the Bluegrass Invitational at Heritage Hills, while the guys placed second at the Hopkins County Central Storm Invitational at Madisonville Country Club.
The Madisonville North Hopkins girls soccer team played in their first out-of-state tournament since 2019 as they made a trip down to Gatlinburg, Tennessee this past weekend.
Madisonville North Hopkins got the season off to a rough start Friday night in a 28-0 loss at Union County. The game was the head coaching debut of Chris Price Sr.
It was a physical game from the start to the final whistle, but Madisonville North Hopkins prevailed over 2nd Region rival Henderson County 4-3 in front of a sellout crowd at home on Thursday.
The regular season is finally here for Hopkins County Central as the Storm will take a short trip to nearby Webster County to kickoff the year against the Trojans.
The Dawson Springs Panther golf team picked up a win at Pennyrile State Park over Fort Campbell on Tuesday. On Monday, the 2021 cross country season got underway with a couple of Lady Panthers making the top 10 at the Mike Wright Classic at Trigg County.