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Krouse Retirement

Long-time WCBL Sports broadcaster honored

At a ceremony held at Sugar & Spice on the Benton Court Square, WCBL Sports saluted former Marshall County Football Coach, and long-time color commentator for the Marshall Football broadcasts, Larry Krouse. After the completion of the 2014 season, Larry announced his retirement from the booth after providing color analysis for 20 years. Larry currently operates the State Farm agency on the Benton Court Square. The WCBL family presented Larry with a plaque commemorating his service to us and the community for so many years. Pictured above (L-R): WCBL Sports Studio Operator Aaron Clayton, WCBL Owner Jim Freeland, WCBL Sports Director Jeff Waters, Larry Krouse, WCBL Sideline Reporter Jeremy Rose and WCBL General Manager Chris Freeland.

Balanced attack staves off Bearcats as Racers rout Brescia in first home win of '14

Jarvis Williams scored 21 points on 9-of-11 shooting and pulled down five rebounds to lead Murray State to an 89-56 win against Brescia University on Thursday night. Jonathan Fairell and Cameron Payne each added 15 points for the Racers (2-1), with Fairell also grabbing a game high 12 rebounds. Justin Seymour and T.J. Sapp would each finish with 10 points for Murray State. Kyle Nixon and Nick Young each finished with 11 points to lead Brescia, whose offense was plagued by turnovers and poor shooting much of the night, committing 26 total giveaways while shooting just 40.4 percent from the field. Murray State was never threatened by the Bearcats, beginning the game on a 24-2 run, eventually pushing their lead as high as 38 in the second half. It's a break for the Thanksgiving holiday, and then a trip to the Music City Challenge at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, November 28-30 as the Racers take on Drake, Valparaiso and Portland.

Cats lock up rock chalk as Jayhawks get platooned in Indy

Dakari Johnson scored 11 points, Andrew Harrison had 10 and No. 1 Kentucky used a dominant defense to blow out No. 4 Kansas 72-40 in Tuesday's State Farm Champions Classic. Offensively, the Wildcats (3-0) were off, shooting just 43.1 percent from the field. Yet a stingy defense never gave the Jayhawks (1-1) a chance. Kansas was led by Wayne Selden Jr. with nine points and Cliff Alexander with eight on a night and shot just 19.6 percent from the field. They were 15 of 27 from the free-throw line and finished with their lowest point total since a 61-45 loss to Kentucky on Dec. 1, 1998. The Wildcats led by as much as 35-17 in the first half. After Kansas closed to 38-28 at the half, Kentucky opened the second half with six straight points and continued extending the lead throughout the second half. Kentucky has now won its first three games by 40, 19 and 32 points. But Tuesday's victory was easily the most impressive of the three and helped reinforce the image that last season's national championship runner-ups could be good enough to go undefeated this season. The last men's team with a perfect season was Indiana in 1975-76. The Jayhawks shot just 24.2 percent in the first half. They were nearly twice as bad in the second half, when they made only 3 of 23 shots - 13.0 percent. And the Wildcats never let up. After extending the lead to 55-36 with 10:28 to go, Kentucky went on a 9-0 run to make it 64-36. Kansas didn't even crack the 40-point mark until the final minutes. Kansas had only been held to fewer than 50 points one other time during coach Bill Self's tenure - a 61-49 loss to Arizona on Nov. 21, 2005. After showcasing their act on the big stage, the Boys in Blue will head back to Rupp Arena for a Friday night match-up with Boston University. Pregame at 4:30 pm, tipoff at 6:00 pm on 99.1 FM WCBL Sports.

Titans eye win, only to have Steel Curtain come down in Monday Night heartbreaker

Ben Roethlisberger threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Brown with 9:01 left, and the Pittsburgh Steelers edged the Tennessee Titans 27-24 on Monday night. The Steelers (7-4) staged an impressive rally in the second half to take sole possession of second in the successful AFC North heading into their bye. Le'Veon Bell ran for 204 yards and a TD, and William Gay returned an interception 28 yards for a score. Shaun Suisham kicked two field goals. Roethlisberger had never beaten the Titans at LP Field, missing the Steelers' win here in 2010. With Bell running through and over the Titans, the Steelers took the pressure off Big Ben by holding the ball for 39 minutes, 49 seconds with a 386-312 edge in total offense. The Titans (2-8) blew a 24-13 lead in their fourth consecutive loss. They sacked Roethlisberger five times and intercepted a pass in the end zone. Zach Mettenberger threw for 263 yards and two touchdown passes, and fellow rookie Bishop Sankey ran for another score. But Tennessee's offense fizzled in the fourth quarter. When Pittsburgh got the ball back with 6:58 left, the Steelers didn't give it back and knelt out for the win. Mettenberger and the Titans got off to an awful start, and then erased a 10-0 deficit with an impressive flurry. Suisham also had a 49-yarder for the first score of the game, and Gay picked off Mettenberger on the Titans' first offensive play and returned it for the TD. Roethlisberger had been intercepted only five times this season. But the Titans sacked him three times in the second quarter, and Jason McCourty picked off a pass intended for Brown in the end zone with 44 seconds left in the first half. The Titans called timeout, and then Mettenberger threw to a wide-open Nate Washington, who beat Gay with a stutter-step on his way to a career-best 80-yard touchdown reception. Mettenberger added a 4-yard TD pass to Chase Coffman in the third quarter, capping an 11-play drive for a 24-13 lead. The Steelers responded with Bell's 5-yard TD run on the first play of the fourth, and Roethlisberger's TD to Brown was enough for the win. Brown had nine receptions for 91 yards in another solid performance. With 2014 hopes vanishing in front of their very eyes, the Titans will look to shine bright in the daylight on Sunday when they travel to the City of Brotherly Love to take on the Philadelphia Eagles (7-3). Pregame at 11:00 am, kickoff at noon on K95.7 WCCK Sports.

Battle of the Birds sees Cards ground Gamecocks in Global Showcase rout

All-America forward Montrezl Harrell led the team with 15 points, Terry Rozier had a strong shooting night and senior forward Wayne Black had a career-high five assists, while point guard Chris Jones had 10 points, five assists, five steals and matched a career high with six rebounds in No. 7 Louisville's easy 88-39 win over Jacksonville State on Monday night. Louisville won its 14th straight home opener, all under Pitino. Harrell played just 24 minutes as coach Rick Pitino rested his starters for much of the second half. Rozier scored 13 on 5 of 7 shooting and freshman Chinanu Onuaku added 12 points and 10 rebounds for Louisville. Wayne Blackshear had 12 points, nine rebounds and five assists. Darion Rackley led Jacksonville State (0-2) with 11 points. The Gamecocks turned the ball over 15 times in the first half and went through a stretch in the second half in which they missed 15 straight shots. Louisville led by just six midway through the first half but rattled off runs of 13, 18 and 23 in taking a 51-point lead with 9:26 remaining. Jacksonville State guard Avery Moore's 3-pointer with 11:54 left in the first half cut the Louisville lead to 19-13 before the Cardinals broke the game open. Louisville forced four turnovers in 84 seconds, scoring 10 during the stretch as part of 13-0 run. The Gamecocks were scoreless for more than 5 minutes as Louisville increased its lead to 32-13. The Cards will stick around the KFC Yum! Center for their next contest when they welcome in Marshall University on Friday. Tip-off at 8:00 pm on K95.7 WCCK Sports.

Cards and Braves announce four-player trade

Needing to fill an unexpected hole in right field for 2015, the Cardinals went for a big splash, acquiring outfielder Jason Heyward from the Braves along with right-handed reliever Jordan Walden. The cost was heavy, however, as the Cardinals sent a pair of former first-round Draft picks -- right-handers Shelby Miller and Tyrell Jenkins -- to Atlanta to complete the four-player trade on Monday. The trade comes three weeks after the death of 22-year-old outfielder Oscar Taveras, who, along with Randal Grichuk and Stephen Piscotty, was expected to cover the right-field position in 2015. Uncertain if Grichuk and Piscotty alone could provide the Cardinals with the offensive upgrade they sought, general manager John Mozeliak vowed to look elsewhere for help. With the free-agent market thin on outfielders, Mozeliak said early in the process that a trade might be necessary to sufficiently fill the outfield void. In the end, he was able to deal from an area of surplus, as the Cardinals clearly believe they have enough starting pitching depth to weather the departure of Miller, who had been a member of the rotation for the last two seasons. In Heyward, the Cardinals get an elite defender with a career slash line of .262/.351/.429 in five seasons with the Braves. Heyward is due $7.8 million in 2015 as part of the second installment of a two-year, $13.3 million contract that he signed to cover his final two seasons of arbitration.

Arch rivalry finds Cats in a slump as Vols run rampant in Knoxville

Joshua Dobbs threw three touchdown passes and ran for a fourth score Saturday as Tennessee trounced Kentucky 50-16 to continue its mastery of this annual series. Tennessee (5-5, 2-4 SEC) beat Kentucky (5-6, 2-6 SEC) for the 29th time in their last 30 meetings. Kentucky lost its fifth straight overall in a matchup between two teams chasing their first bowl bids since 2010. The Volunteers can become bowl eligible by beating Missouri at home next week or by winning at Vanderbilt on Nov. 29. Kentucky, which has next week off, must win Nov. 29 at Louisville to have a shot at a bowl bid. Dobbs went 19 of 27 for 297 yards and threw two touchdown passes to Von Pearson and one to Justin Croom. Tennessee's Jalen Hurd rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries. Austin MacGinnis kicked three field goals for Kentucky, including a school-record 54-yarder. Tennessee's offense continued its remarkable late-season surge that has coincided with Dobbs' emergence. Tennessee had failed to score a touchdown in back-to-back SEC games against Florida and Ole Miss earlier this season. The Vols have scored 95 points in Dobbs' two starts, their highest total in back-to-back SEC games since 2003. The Vols had to change quarterbacks last month after Justin Worley tore the labrum in his throwing shoulder, knocking him out for the remainder of the season. After Nathan Peterman played the first two series of a 34-20 loss to Alabama on Oct. 25, Dobbs took over and hasn't looked back. Dobbs rallied Tennessee to a 45-42 overtime victory at South Carolina two weeks ago while setting a single-game school rushing record for a quarterback and becoming the first Vol ever to throw for 300 yards and run for 100 yards in the same game. He showed Saturday that performance against South Carolina was no fluke. On Tennessee's opening possession, Dobbs flipped a short pass that Pearson turned into a 21-yard touchdown. Dobbs connected with Pearson again for a 16-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. On the first play from scrimmage in the third quarter, Dobbs threw a career-long 52-yard touchdown completion to Croom. After Kentucky took an early 3-0 lead, Tennessee scored the game's next 30 points while capitalizing on an injury to Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles. Towles, who was largely responsible for setting up the field goal on Kentucky's opening possession, left the game during the Wildcats' second series. Kentucky's offense wasn't the same without him. On Kentucky's third drive, cornerback Justin Coleman hit redshirt freshman Reese Phillips just as he attempted a pass, resulting in an errant throw that safety Brian Randolph caught and returned 23 yards for Tennessee's first defensive touchdown of the season. By the time Towles got back into the game early in the second quarter, Kentucky trailed 20-3. His return couldn't stop Tennessee's momentum. Kentucky has allowed 113 points over its last two contests — the first time since 1994 it has given up at least 50 points in back-to-back weeks — and has dropped five straight games by an average margin of 25.6 points. Needing a week of rest and relaxation, the Cats will look to the 2014 finale needing a win to be bowl eligible as they travel down I-64 to Papa John's Stadium for their annual match-up with Louisville (7-3) on Saturday, November 29. Complete coverage on WCBL & WCCK Sports.

Mobley moves past Racers with ease as early lead evaporates while Colonels take shootout

Dy'Shawn Mobley scored all six touchdowns as Eastern Kentucky, trailing by 20 at halftime, rallied past Murray State 43-36 on Saturday, raising hopes for a spot in the FCS playoffs. The Colonels (9-2, 6-2 OVC) have a nine-win season for the first time in seven years, keeping them in contention for an at-large playoff bid. Mobley rushed for a career-high 224 yards and five TDs, including two in the fourth quarter as Eastern Kentucky led, 36-33, for the first time. He also caught four passes for 100 yards, including a 72-yard catch-and-run on a screen pass from Bennie Coney to end the third quarter. The five rushing TDs set a school record. Murray State (3-8, 1-6 OVC) racked up 27 points in the first half starting with Pokey Harris' 100-yard return of the opening kick, two TD runs by KD Humphries and two field goals by Carson Greifenkamp. With nothing left to play for but to end the season on a high note, the Racers return home for their finale against Tennessee State (5-6, 2-5 OVC). Kickoff at 1:00 pm.

Haskins retires from McCracken Football

Jack Haskins has resigned as McCracken County Football Coach. After 36 years as a head coach at Haeth, Ballard Memorial, Calloway County, Graves County, Lone Oak and McCracken County, Haskins has decided it's time to step away. Haskins won 275 games in 36 years as a head coach. Those 275 wins put him 13th on the KHSAA all-time football wins list. He lead three teams to the state championship game: Heath in 1975 and Lone Oak in 2007 and 2009.

Cards bounce back and fly high on the heels of Holliman's defensive masterpiece

Safety Gerod Holliman intercepted three passes to set up three Louisville scores Saturday night and the Cardinals beat Boston College 38-19. Coming off last week's late loss to No. 2 Florida State, Louisville (7-3, 5-3 ACC) overcame early red zone struggles to pull away in the second half. DeVante Parker caught eight passes for 144 yards for his third straight 100-yard game since returning from a broken bone in his foot. Will Gardner completed 13 of 19 passes for 188 yards for the Cardinals, who had lost two of their last three games — both to ranked teams. Jon Hilliman ran 17 times for 42 yards and two touchdowns for Boston College (6-4, 3-3 ACC). Tyler Murphy completed 7 of 15 passes for 149 yards, four interceptions and a touchdown, and was held to a season-low 41 yards rushing before being replaced for the final series by Darius Wade. Holliman, who leads the nation with a school-record 13 pickoffs this season, intercepted Murphy on the first play of the game to set up a field goal. He did it again early in the fourth before returning it 38 yards to set up a touchdown that gave the Cardinals a 31-19 lead. Boston College then drove to the Louisville 1 yard-line but lost a yard on third-and-goal and went for it on fourth down. Murphy rolled right and scrambled back to the left before, at the 26 yard-line and out of options, he tossed the ball into the air for his third interception of the game. Louisville failed to score, but the Eagles got the ball back when Holliman picked off Murphy again — his third of the game and the quarterback's fourth. Two plays later, substitute quarterback Reggie Bonnafon bootlegged right and ran down the sideline for a 36-yard touchdown. Boston College mixed some big defensive stops in the first half with some late clock mismanagement that handed Louisville a touchdown just before the break. The Eagles also missed an extra point for the fifth straight week (with three different kickers). The Cardinals drove inside the BC 5 yard-line three times in their first four possessions but managed just three points, losing the ball once on a fumble and then turning it over on downs at the 1. When Louisville got the ball back, Gardner lofted a pass to Parker in stride for 35 yards to the BC 5, and Radcliff scored on the next play to make it 13-10. The teams traded punts, and when the Eagles got the ball back with 1:49 left in the half they couldn't decide whether to run out the clock or go for it. They managed to run off 71 seconds before Alex Howell's punt was blocked. Louisville needed just one play for a 29-yard touchdown pass from Bonnafon to Parker to make it 17-13. Looking for consistency on both sides of the ball, the Cards will face one of their toughest test to date when they travel to South Bend on Saturday, November 22, when they take on the #10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (7-2, 2-1 ACC). Pregame at 1:00 pm, kickoff at 2:30 pm on K95.7 WCCK Sports.

Stoops receives raise/contract extension at Kentucky

Mark Stoops, who has Kentucky on the cusp of a bowl berth in his second season as coach, has been awarded with a raise and extension that will take him through the 2019 season and pay him an average salary of more than $3.6 million per year. Effective immediately, Stoops will earn a pro-rated sum of $3 million for this season, and that figure will increase by $250,000 each season through 2019. He will earn $3.25 million in 2015, $3.5 million in 2016, $3.75 million in 2017, $4 million in 2018 and $4.25 million in 2019. Also, as part of his incentives package over and above his salary, Stoops stands to make an additional $250,000 for each win beginning with the seventh win each season. Stoops does not have a buyout, meaning he's free to leave for another job without penalty if he so chooses. But recruiting at an unprecedented level for Kentucky, Stoops has said repeatedly that his focus is on making Kentucky a contender in the SEC. The Wildcats are currently 26th nationally in ESPN's recruiting rankings for the 2015 class, and their 2014 class was ranked 20th nationally. With Stoops joining the $3 million club in the SEC, that means all 13 of the head coaches at the league's public universities make $3 million or more per year.

All-Region Golf Team features Marshall County players

Cayce Hendrickson of the Marshall County girls golf team was named to the All-Region Team along with Quinn Eaton of the Marshall County boys golf  team. The teams were voted on by the coaches of Region 1. Other members included: Anna Hack, Elise Ballard, Madison Contri, Earlena Sheets, Teri Doss, Emily Whitnell, Cullan Brown, Hayden Cash, Matt Winder, Ryne Choate, Carter Sholar, Jake Morgan, Drake Stepter, Avery Edwards, and Dawson Fowler.

Cardinals top prospect, Taveras, killed in automobile accident

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras and one of the top prospects of the past several seasons, died Sunday in an auto accident in his native Dominican Republic, Dominican police confirmed to USA TODAY Sports. Taveras' girlfriend also died in the crash, according to police in Puerto Plata. The Dominican newspaper Listin Diario said the name of his girlfriend is Edilia Arvelo. She was 18. Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak expressed his condolences to the family, but said the team was awaiting more details before making a formal announcement. "We are all stunned and deeply saddened by the tragic loss of one of the youngest members of the Cardinals family," Cardinals Chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. said in a statement. "Oscar was an amazing talent with a bright future who was taken from us well before his time. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends tonight." "I simply can't believe it," Mozeliak said. "I first met Oscar when he was sixteen years old and will forever remember him as a wonderful young man who was a gifted athlete with an infectious love for life who lived every day to the fullest." Lieutenant Junior Lopez Reyes of the Puerto Plata police confirmed Taveras and his girlfriend had died. Taveras was heading from Jamao to his hometown of Sosua, near Puerto Plata in the Atlantic Coast of the Dominican Republic. Lopez Reyes did not know yet the details of the accident. "We're still investigating at the scene. We've had some heavy rainfall here lately. It might have contributed to the accident.'' Bryan Mejia, Taveras' agent, told reporters that Taveras and his girlfriend died in the accident. No other details were immediately available. Taveras, 22, debuted with the Cardinals this season and batted .239 in 80 games, finishing the season as a part-time outfielder. The Cardinals were planning for him to compete with Randal Grichuk for the starting right field job but wanted him to focus on improving his conditioning during this offseason. The next-to-last hit of his career was a seventh-inning, pinch-hit game-tying home run off San Francisco's Jean Machi in Game 2 of this year's National League Division Series, a game the Cardinals eventually won on Kolten Wong's walk-off homer in the ninth. "All of us throughout Major League Baseball are in mourning this evening, shocked by the heartbreaking news of the accident involving Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras and his girlfriend in the Dominican Republic," MLB Commissioner Bud Selig said in a statement. "Oscar, a young member of the Baseball family, was full of promise and at the dawn of a wonderful career in our game, evident in his game-tying home run against the Giants exactly two weeks ago." "We are very saddened to learn of the news that a car accident has claimed the life of Oscar Tavares and his girlfriend in the Dominican Republic," MLB Players Association director Tony Clark said in a statement. "Oscar had a very promising future, on and off the field, and this news is heartbreaking on many levels. It's never easy to lose a member of our fraternity, and to lose one so young is devastating news. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of both, as well as to the St. Louis Cardinals organization and Oscar's many fans in the United States and the Dominican Republic." Over the past several years, he had been ranked as the second- and third-best prospect in the minor leagues by Baseball American, MLB.com and Baseball Prospectus. He was a .320 hitter over six minor league seasons, including .386 as a teenager in the Class A Midwest League in 2011.

Marshall County Hoopfest releases 2014 schedule of games

Marshall County has released the 2014 Hoopfest schedule. The Hoopfest will take place over three days, December 4-6, with Hoopfest favorites in attendance like Oak Hill Academy and Huntington Prep along with top UK targets in Derrick Jones (Archbishop Carroll, PA), Thon Maker (Orangeville Prep, Canada), Malik Newman (Callaway High School, MS), Carlton Bragg (Villa Angela-St. Joseph, OH), Cheick Diallo (Our Savior, NY) and Skal Labissiere (Lausanne, TN). Thomas Bryant (Huntington Prep, WV) has offers from Kentucky and Tennessee, Ted Kapita (Huntington Prep, WV) has offers from teams including Florida and Kansas and Jalen Coleman (La Lumiere, IN) has committed to Illinois. These are just a few of the top high school players in the nation who will showcase their talents at this year's Hoopfest. Click here for a complete schedule of games.

Murray State receives generous gift to finish Hall of Champions

Murray State University has received a $250,000 donation that completes funding for the new Hall of Champions, designed to showcase MSU's men's and women's sports programs. The gift was made by Dr. Bob Burton, who captained the MSU football team before playing professionally for the San Francisco 49ers. Currently, he serves as the chairman and chief executive officer of Cenveo, Inc., a multi-billion dollar company and leader in the printing and publishing industries. The Hall of Champions will be named for Burton and will be adjacent to the CFSB Center, next to the Racers' new basketball practice center. The 2,300 square foot facility is scheduled to open next summer.

Murray State Racers unveil new mobile app

Murray State University has unveiled a new and free mobile app. "Racer Nation," created by Racer Athletics and the MSU Alumni Association, is open to the public. The app is designed for alumni, fans, students and faculty alike. The purpose of the app is a rewards program for attending Murray State events. You can track the event and gain points for attending by checking in and unlocking award levels to redeem prizes. Alumni Association members earn double points.

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Football: Pulaski Co. 55 Letcher Co. Cen. 12 Final (11/14)

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Football: Meade Co. 27 Scott Co. 24 Final (11/14)

Football: Simon Kenton 35 Lafayette 21 Final (11/14)

Football: St. Xavier (L'Ville) 12 DuPont Manual 7 Final (11/14)

Football: Trinity (L'Ville) 38 Male 31 OT Final (11/14)


Volleyball: Mercy 3 Notre Dame 2 (23-25, 25-20, 24-26, 25-19, 15-8) Final (11/8)


Boys Soccer: Bowling Green 6 Scott 4 Final (11/8)

Girls Soccer: South Oldham 4 Owensboro Cath. 1 Final (11/8)


Volleyball: Notre Dame 3 Paul Laurence Dunbar 0 (25-10, 25-10, 25-14) Final (11/8)

Volleyball: Mercy 3 Scott 0 (25-11, 25-13, 25-14) Final (11/8)


Volleyball: Notre Dame 3 McCracken Co. 0 (25-21, 27-25, 25-16) Final (11/8)

Volleyball: Paul Laurence Dunbar 3 Owensboro Cath. 0 (25-23, 25-18, 25-20) Final (11/8)

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Volleyball: Mercy 3 South Warren 0 (25-12, 25-8, 25-14) Final (11/8)


Volleyball: McCracken Co. 3 Letcher Co. Cen. 0 (25-7, 25-8, 25-8) Final (11/8)

Volleyball: Notre Dame 3 Sacred Heart 1 (25-22, 27-25, 20-25, 25-23) Final (11/8)

Volleyball: Owensboro Cath. 3 Allen Cen. 1 (25-20, 18-25, 25-17, 25-8) Final (11/8)

Volleyball: Paul Laurence Dunbar 3 Green Co. 0 (25-23, 25-21, 25-12) Final (11/8)

Volleyball: Christian Co. 3 Corbin 0 (28-26, 25-17, 25-17) Final (11/8)

Volleyball: Scott 3 Raceland 0 (25-12, 25-11, 25-8) Final (11/8)

Volleyball: Mercy 3 North Oldham 0 (25-11, 25-16, 25-16) Final (11/8)

Volleyball: South Warren 3 Southwestern 0 (26-24, 25-9, 25-16) Final (11/8)


Football: Mayfield 63 Caverna 24 Final (11/7)

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Football: Caldwell Co. 63 Hancock Co. 26 Final (11/7)

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Football: Tilghman 33 Monroe Co. 7 Final (11/7)

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Football: St. Xavier (L'Ville) 41 Daviess Co. 8 Final (11/7)

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Boys Soccer: Bowling Green 2 Paul Laurence Dunbar 0 Final (11/6)

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Boys Soccer: Paul Laurence Dunbar 5 Daviess Co. 0 Final (11/1)

Boys Soccer: Bowling Green 4 Corbin 1 Final (11/1)

Girls Soccer: Sacred Heart 7 Madisonville-NH 0 Final (11/1)

Girls Soccer: Owensboro Cath. 1 West Jessamine 0 Final (11/1)

Girls Soccer: South Oldham 4 South Laurel 0 Final (11/1)

Girls Soccer: Notre Dame 2 Russell 0 Final (11/1)


Boys Soccer: Rowan Co. 6 Perry Co. Cen. 1 Final (10/28)

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Boys Soccer: Scott 7 Boyle Co. 4 Final (10/28)

Boys Soccer: Trinity (L'Ville) 3 Cen. Hardin 0 Final (10/28)

Boys Soccer: Paul Laurence Dunbar 2 St. Henry 1 Final (10/28)

Boys Soccer: Daviess Co. 3 Marshall Co. 1 Final (10/28)

Boys Soccer: Corbin 5 Johnson Cen. 2 Final (10/28)

Boys Soccer: Bowling Green 8 Hopkinsville 0 Final (10/28)

Girls Soccer: Sacred Heart 2 Elizabethtown 0 Final (10/27)

Girls Soccer: Madisonville-NH 1 Bowling Green 0 PK Final (10/27)

Girls Soccer: West Jessamine 1 Campbell Co. 0 Final (10/27)

Girls Soccer: Owensboro Cath. 5 Marshall Co. 2 Final (10/27)

Girls Soccer: South Laurel 2 Lawrence Co. 1 Final (10/27)

Girls Soccer: South Oldham 4 Mercy 2 Final (10/27)

Girls Soccer: Notre Dame 1 Paul Laurence Dunbar 0 Final (10/27)

Girls Soccer: Russell 10 Letcher Co. Cen. 0 Final (10/27)


Boys Soccer: Marshall Co. 2 McCracken Co. 1 Final (10/23)

Girls Soccer: Marshall Co. 3 Murray 1 Final (10/22)


Boys Soccer: Hopkinsville 4 Christian Co. 2 Final (10/23)

Girls Soccer: Madisonville-NH 1 Henderson Co. 0 OT Final (10/23)


Volleyball: McCracken Co. 3 Ballard Mem. 0 (25-8, 25-15, 25-10) Final (10/30)


Volleyball: Christian Co. 3 UHA 0 (25-16, 25-15, 25-11) Final (10/30)


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