The Madisonville North Hopkins High School football team rallied to win the 2019 state regional title for the first time since 1971 by dominating Franklin-Simpson, 45-31, at home Friday night.
The Madisonville North Hopkins High School baseball team kept the good times going to start the season Thursday night, picking up a 16-0 win over Webster County in the team’s first away game of the season.
Hopkins County Central High School’s Chloe Dugger signs her letter of intent to play soccer for Brescia University on Thursday with her parents, Jennifer and James Dugger Jr., alongside. Dugger was the leader of the defensive line her senior season and played all four years of high school. S…
Madisonville North Hopkins kicker Noah O’Dell signs his national letter of intent with Missouri Baptist University on Tuesday flanked by his sister, Sophia O’Dell, and parents, Bart and Jill Boles.
Madisonville North Hopkins senior in elder Hope Bowles signs her national letter of intent Thursday to continue her softball career at Linsey Wilson College next year.
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.
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.
Madisonville North Hopkins got their first loss of the season, falling to Christian County, 82-66, at home Tuesday in a tough battle that saw more than 40 fouls called.
The Owensboro Catholic girls’ golf team defeated Daviess County, Muhlenberg County and Madisonville North-Hopkins on Monday. Catholic scored 174, barely getting by North, who finished second with 180.
HAWESVILLE -- The Madisonville-North Hopkins boys' golf team finished tied for fourth at the Hancock County Invitational on Saturday with a combined score of 359.
BENTON -- The No. 6 Madisonville-North Hopkins softball team got its second straight win over a ranked team on Monday, grabbing a narrow victory over No. 21 Marshall County on Monday.
Navy outside linebacker Josiah Powell cut in front of Houston quarterback Greg Ward Jr.’s intended receiver and caught the pass at knee level.
MORTONS GAP — The Madisonville-North Hopkins girls’ basketball team overcame a lot in its game against Hopkinsville in the first round of the 2nd Region Tournament.
MADISONVILLE — The Madisonville-North Hopkins boys’ basketball team lost to Henderson County in its homecoming game on Saturday, 83-57.
The Madisonville-North Hopkins diving team saw strong performances from both its boys and girls teams at the KHSAA Region One High School Diving Championship on Wednesday.
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 Christian County Colonels stormed to a 31-16 lead in the first quarter of Tuesday night's game and never looked back handing Madisonville-North a 104-64 lopsided loss.
The Maroons earned their first win of the season in style, hitting the program's highest point total in a game since Feb. 8, 2013 and its highest on the road since 2009 as they pounded McClean County, 96-60 Friday night.
MORTONS GAP — For a brief moment Trigg County had the Madisonville-North Hopkins volleyball team on its heels in Tuesday’s 2nd Region Tournament quarterfinal match at Hopkins County Central High School.
FORT CAMPBELL — Tate Burris was in disbelief when he saw his miracle shot hit the back of the net and then turned around the see his Madisonville-North Hopkins teammates sprinting toward him to celebrate the season-saving goal.
The Maroons lost their sixth straight game Saturday in the Colonel Classic in Henderson, where Lexington Catholic shut out North and host Henderson County in back-to-back wins.