The Go Junior Golf Series made their first of two stops in Madisonville this summer on Friday teeing off at Madisonville Country Club, and a number of local junior golfers of all ages hit the links.
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The Madisonville Miners snapped a five-game losing streak with a 7-3 win over the Fulton Railroaders on Friday. They took advantage of a five-run sixth to put them over the hump in front of the home fans at Elmer Kelley Stadium.
The Madisonville Miners rode their losing streak for another day. In junior golf, the Go Series made a couple of stops before their tournament at Madisonville Country Club today.
A rarity in baseball until a few years ago, the Miners have a two-way threat on their roster this year with the freshman out of the University of Charleston, Freddie Reams.
A few members of the Dawson Springs track and field squad made the trip out to Lexington for the KHSAA State Meet on Saturday at the University of Kentucky Track and Field Complex.
For the first time in over a decade, the American Legion Post 6 will be playing America’s pastime. The ballclub of 14-20-year-olds will be playing over the next couple of months against other teams from Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee.
The Madisonville Miners traveled north of the state border to Dubois County on Tuesday, but got back on the bus losers of their third consecutive contest as they fell to the Bombers 8-6.
Hopkins County Central and Madisonville North Hopkins had a few athletes in Lexington for the KHSAA State Track Meet over the weekend and Central’s Sarah Keown took home some silver in the Class 2A discus event.
The Patrick Rudd Project will have their third annual golf scramble at Madisonville Country Club this weekend to raise funds for local first responders. Tee times for today and Sunday are set for 9 a.m. with a special ceremony prior to today’s round.
The inaugural Unity 3-on-3 Tournament got started on Friday night at the Rosenwald Multicultural Center. Opening night featured three games between the Madisonville Fire Department and Madisonville Police Department along with 3-point contests and a dunk contest.
After going winless in their first four games, the Madisonville Miners (2-4) found the win column twice with a two-game sweep over the Franklin Duelers. The Miners blew out the Duelers 16-4 in seven innings at Franklin on Wednesday and gave the home fans a treat on Thursday with a 14-4 win i…
Madisonville North Hopkins will usher in the next generation of Maroon football with their youth camp next week. The camp — which will run Monday through Thursday — will be under the direction of first-year head coach Chris Price.
Dawson Springs will be represented at the KHSAA Class A State Meet in Lexington this weekend following some solid performances at the 1st Region Class A Meet in Murray.
For the 27th year, Madisonville North Hopkins head girls soccer coach John Tichenor is holding his annual summer soccer camp at the YAA soccer fields this week.
After blowing out Livingston in the first round and a thriller in the semi-final round, Madisonville North’s softball season came to an end in the 2nd Region championship in a 6-0 loss to Henderson County Sunday in Hopkinsville.
Hopkinsville scored six runs in the bottom of the fifth and didn’t look back as they eliminated the Madisonville Maroons 11-3 in the first round of the 2nd Region Tournament at University Heights on Saturday.
Two age divisions raced in the Madisonville Local Soap Box Derby on Saturday and both winners are from under the same roof as Morgan Buntin won the Automotive Express Super-Stock division and younger sister Anyston Buntin won the Lucas Racing Stock division.
The 2nd Region Tournament draw for both baseball and softball was held over Zoom on Friday morning. The 7th District champion and the defending 2nd Region champion Lady Maroons drew Livingston Central for 1 p.m. Saturday while the district runner-up Maroons drew Hopkinsville for 7 p.m.
With the game knotted up at one run a piece and the bases loaded in the eighth, McKayla Baize hit a single up the middle to send the 7th District championship back to Madisonville in a 3-1 win over Caldwell County in Princeton on Thursday.
The long wait is over as local baseball fans can finally hear the sweet sound of the crack of a wood bat at Elmer Kelley Stadium this summer with the return of the Madisonville Miners.
Madisonville North Hopkins’ Josh Plain and Nathaniel Crick — along with the doubles team of Hopkins Central’s Natalie Rickey and Chloe Mackey — were given early exits at the KHSAA State Tournament in the first round on Tuesday.
Both the Dawson Springs baseball and softball teams’ seasons came to a close on Monday in the first round of their respective 7th District tournaments. The Panthers came up short in a hard-fought battle against Caldwell County in Madisonville, while the Lady Panthers were no-hit by Madisonvi…
From winning a KHSAA State Championship to winning an SEC Championship, Kaylee Tow is on her way to playing on one of the biggest stages in softball with the Alabama Crimson Tide.
The bats for Madisonville North’s baseball team seemed a bit waterlogged Tuesday as the rains poured at Elmer Kelley Stadium in a 5-0 loss to Caldwell County in the 7th District championship contest.
With rain in the forecast, the 7th District championship softball game between Madisonville North Hopkins and Caldwell County was postponed Tuesday afternoon. No makeup time or date was announced as of Tuesday afternoon.
A combination of a seven-run fourth inning and strong pitching from Landon Cline propelled Madisonville North Hopkins to a 10-0 win over Hopkins County Central in the first round of the 7th District Tournament at Elmer Kelley Stadium on Monday.
Madisonville North Hopkins and Caldwell County cruised to the 7th District finals as North no-hit Dawson Springs 17-0 in four innings, while the Lady Tigers sent Hopkins County Central home with a 12-2 loss in five innings in Princeton on Monday.
Memorial Day will be chalked full of baseball and softball action as the first round of the 7th District tournaments will be played in Princeton and in Madisonville.
Sloppy defense spelled disaster in the field for Madisonville North Hopkins as they fell to Christian County 7-2 in the final game of the 2021 regular season at home. The Lady Maroons committed five errors on Friday.
A familiar face to Madisonville North Hopkins athletics will be taking control of the athletic department as Brock Shoulders was hired as the new athletic director on Friday.
Madisonville North Hopkins competed in the Class 4A 1st Region Track Meet in Marshall County on Wednesday and two runners who are very familiar running for a state championship will be making a return trip to Lexington this year.
Hopkins County Central coach Lynette Lewis has been stressing being aggressive on the base paths all season. On Thursday that strategy finally paid off as Central came out on top 14-4 over Hopkinsville in five innings.
The Go Junior Golf Series kicked off their summer tour in Henderson on Wednesday with a number of junior golfers from Madisonville teeing it up in the field. Meanwhile on the baseball diamond, Hopkins Central suffered another loss to close the season in Mortons Gap on Thursday.
Dawson Springs has found their new boys basketball coach in former Webster County basketball and baseball standout Mickey Blue, who will be replacing Jim Hicks.
The 2nd Region Tennis Tournament wrapped up in Henderson on Tuesday with Josh Plain making some history for Madisonville North Hopkins as he became the first tennis player from the school since Tonya Wells to win the region tournament and the first boys tennis player to do so in program history.
After day one of the boys’ 2nd Region tennis tournament in Henderson, two Madisonville North players have already secured a trip to the state tournament after advancing to the tourney’s semifinals.
Madisonville North Hopkins managed to outscore the hard-hitting squad from Lyon County with a 9-8 win at Elmer Kelley Stadium Thursday. The Maroons snapped a five-game losing skid, bringing them to 10-11 on the year.