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Marshall-Graves alumni football game scheduled for April

An alumni football game for all former Marshall County and Graves County players will be held Saturday, April 25, at Graves County High School's Eagle Field in Mayfield. All interested alums can click here to fill out the online registration form. Cost of playing is $100, which includes entry fee, playing insurance and personalized jersey. More information will be made available at the beginning of February concerning practice schedules and other alumni events. There will be an informational meeting on Thursday, January 29, in the Marshall County High School cafeteria at 6:00 pm for all those who plan on playing.

Cal's Cats get redemption against Gamecocks as UK keeps record spotless in Carolina

Devin Booker found a way to make an impact for No. 1 Kentucky. He did it again Saturday, leading the Wildcats (19-0, 6-0 SEC) with 18 points in a 58-43 victory at South Carolina. The win matched the team's best start under coach John Calipari and kept the Wildcats from another ''House of Horrors'' moment at the Colonial Life Arena where they'd lost three of their previous five games. Booker scored seven points in Kentucky''s 14-0 run that spanned both halves, closing the surge with a 3-pointer that put the Wildcats ahead 37-24 with 18:28 remaining. He was against the Gamecocks (10-8, 1-5 SEC), hitting six of his nine shots. Booker has made 13 of his 20 shots from long range since SEC play began, but said he's been kept grounded by Calipari's reminders not to force things and let the game come to him. Reserve point guard and fellow freshman Tyler Ulis led the Wildcats with six assists - several to Booker - who against the Gamecocks (10-8, 1-5 SEC) hit six of his nine shots. Booker has made 13 of his 20 shots from long range since SEC play began. Aaron Harrison added 13 points for Kentucky, which tied the mark of 19-0 in Calipari's debut season of 2010. That streak was ended right here, a 68-62 stunner and gave Wildcat freshmen - and now NBA standouts - John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins their first college losses. Just last season, a Kentucky team headed to the national championship game lost 72-67 only weeks before on this same floor. The Wildcats turned up the defense to make sure that didn't happen this time after Sindarius Thornwell hit a 3-pointer for a 24-23 South Carolina lead with 4:31 left that sent the fans into a frenzy. Ulis started the comeback for Kentucky with a steal and basket before Booker made two fouls shots and a dunk and the Wildcats were on their way. Thornwell had 11 points for the Gamecocks, who shot 4 for 27 in the final 24 minutes. Duane Notice, South Carolina's leading scorer this season, was held to two points, nine fewer than his average, and missed all five field goal tries. This one seemed as big a mismatch with the Harrison twins and bevy of big bodies to control the struggling Gamecocks. Still, it took until late in the opening half before the Wildcats' talent and athleticism took control to score the final 11 points of the half. It's a little rest before another road trip as Kentucky will be in a Cat Fight on Thursday against the Missouri Tigers. Pregame at 6:30 pm, tip-off at 8:00 pm on 99.1 FM WCBL Sports.

Racers complete Land of Lincoln sweep as they claw past Cougars in Edwardsville

Cameron Payne scored 22 points, including 4 of 6 3-pointers, and Murray State beat SIU Edwardsville 60-54 on Saturday night to win its 15th straight game. Jarvis Williams scored 13 points with 13 rebounds, Jonathan Fairell had 14 boards, and Payne had six assists for the Racers (17-4, 7-0 OVC), the only undefeated Ohio Valley Conference team. The lead changed hands six times until Murray State's Jeffrey Moss tied it at 31 with a 3-pointer with three seconds to play in the first half. Payne scored seven straight and Murray State led 50-45 in the second half, but the Cougars pulled within 53-51 on a free throw by Donivine Stewart with 5:22 left. The Racers pulled away on layups by Moss and Payne, but the Cougars again closed within three until Williams hit three free throws in the final 15 seconds. Kris Davis led the Cougars (8-11, 4-4 OVC) with 10 points and Keaton Jackson blocked three shots. It's back to 'The Bank' for the Blue & Gold as they have a primetime match-up on Thursday against in-state rival Eastern Kentucky. Tip-off at 8:00 pm.

Iconic coaches showdown has 'K' getting the 'W' as Pitino and Cards get romped by Duke

Staggered by Tuesday's 16-point loss to Miami that ended their 41-game home winning streak, the Duke Blue Devils (15-2, 3-2 ACC) rebounded to throttle the Louisville Cardinals on their home floor and end a two-game slide. The 6-foot-11 freshman Jahlil Okafor and 6-9 Amile Jefferson played a big role in outscoring Louisville 32-24 in the paint while denying the inside defensively. Louisville (15-3, 3-2) shot just 18 of 61 from the field (30 percent) and failed again led to beat one of the ACC's traditional powerhouses. The Cardinals lost at North Carolina last Saturday. Okafor, Jefferson and Justise Winslow each grabbed seven rebounds as the Blue Devils finally put Coach Mike Krzyzewski within two wins of 1,000. Terry Rozier's 17 points led Louisville, which trailed by 21 in the second half before getting within 10 points, at 58-48 with 1:29 remaining. The Blue Devils were firmly in control at that point and won the matchup between Hall of Fame coaches Krzyzewski and Rick Pitino. Both teams shot poorly at the start, but Duke eventually took advantage of Louisville's misfires to close the half on a 15-6 run for a 30-20 halftime lead. The Blue Devils' zone defense succeeded in forcing the Cardinals into burning a lot of clock before taking long-range shots that missed despite good looks. Okafor had just four points at the break, but the ACC's leading scorer soon asserted himself by scoring eight of Duke's first 16 points to turn the game into a rout and quiet a sellout crowd hoping the Cardinals would earn a signature ACC win. Duke's 49 percent shooting took care of that. Albeit to quality opponents, the Cards have lost three out of six and will look to get a sustained winning streak going on Sunday, when they travel to Pitt. Pregame at 1:30 pm, tip-off at 3:00 pm on K95.7 WCCK Sports.

Murray State officially introduces new football coach and staff

Former Samford defensive line coach Chris Boone was named as the new defensive coordinator by Murray State head football coach Mitch Stewart, while former Racer great Casey Brockman returned home to take over as coach of the quarterbacks. In addition, Stewart announced that defensive line coach Santos Carrillo will be promoted to assistant head coach, offensive tackles/tight ends coach Gordon Steele will be promoted to offensive line coach/run game coordinator and director of football operation Steve Adams will be promoted to director of recruiting and player personnel.

Lynn and Cardinals agree to three-year contract extension

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have reached agreement with right-handed pitcher Lance Lynn on a three-year contract (2015-17), thus avoiding salary arbitration. Drafted by the Cardinals in the 1st round (39th player overall) of the 2008 amateur draft, Lynn has compiled a 49-28 career won-loss mark with a 3.46 ERA in 119 games (97 games started). Since debuting in 2011, Lynn has been a member of a Cardinals team that has reached the postseason for a franchise-record four consecutive seasons with Lynn having appeared in a franchise-record 23 postseason games. Lynn's 48 wins since 2012 are the 3rd-highest amongst National League pitchers, trailing only teammate Adam Wainwright (53) and the Dodgers Clayton Kershaw (51). Lynn also ranks among N.L. leaders in games started (95-T7th) and innings pitched (581.1-11th) since 2012 and his 59 quality starts since 2012 rank 10th. Lynn, 27, is ranked 5th among active Major League pitchers in winning pct. (.636) and the Cardinals have gone 60-37 in his 97 career starts. The Indiana native is 27-12, 2.80 ERA in his 57 career appearances at Busch Stadium III, ranking 4th among the stadium's all-time wins leaders.

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HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD

1ST REGION ALL 'A' CLASSIC FINALS

Boys Basketball: Murray 75 Ballard Mem. 56 Final (1/24)

Girls Basketball: Murray 72 Carlisle Co. 24 Final (1/24)

2ND REGION ALL 'A' CLASSIC FINALS

Boys Basketball: UHA 64 Crittenden Co. 34 Final (1/24)

Girls Basketball: UHA 42 Lyon Co. 39 Final (1/24)

Boys Basketball: Caldwell Co. 73 Union Co. 53 Final (1/24)

Boys Basketball: J.R. Arnold, Fla. 59 Marshall Co. 44 Final (1/24)

Boys Basketball: Graves Co. 78 Cairo, Ill. 63 Final (1/24)

Boys Basketball: Carbondale, Ill. 48 Calloway Co. 38 Final (1/24)

Boys Basketball: Ft. Campbell 49 Sumner, MO 33 Final (1/24)

Boys Basketball: Tilghman 65 Charleston, MO 61 Final (1/24)

Boys Basketball: Trinity (Whitesville) 63 CFS 22 Final (1/24)

Boys Basketball: Webster Co. 77 Hopkins Co. Cen. 46 Final (1/24)

Girls Basketball: Caldwell Co. 57 Union Co. 53 Final (1/24)

Girls Basketball: Marshall Co. 83 Cairo, Ill. 30 Final (1/24)

Girls Basketball: Henderson Co. 48 DuPont Manual 44 Final (1/24)

Girls Basketball: Webster Co. 65 Hopkins Co. Cen. 60 Final (1/24)

Boys Basketball: J.R. Arnold, Fla. 64 Graves Co. 61 Final (1/23)

Boys Basketball: Marshall Co. 51 McCracken Co. 50 OT Final (1/23)

Boys Basketball: Calloway Co. 70 Charleston, MO 55 Final (1/23)

Boys Basketball: Carbondale, Ill. 62 Tilghman 54 Final (1/23)

Boys Basketball: Henderson Co. 74 Evansville North, Ind. 57 Final (1/23)

Boys Basketball: Madisonville-NH 81 Lyon Co. 52 Final (1/23)

Girls Basketball: Marshall Co. 59 McCracken Co. 43 Final (1/23)

Girls Basketball: Henderson Co. 55 Madisonville-NH 18 Final (1/23)

Boys Basketball: Caldwell Co. 59 Hopkins Co. Cen. 55 Final (1/22)

Boys Basketball: Madisonville-NH 60 Union Co. 43 Final (1/22)

Girls Basketball: Ft. Campbell 59 Trigg Co. 58 Final (1/22)

Girls Basketball: Hopkins Co. Cen. 60 Hopkinsville 60 Final (1/22)

Girls Basketball: Tilghman 66 Cairo, Ill. 20 Final (1/22)

1ST REGION ALL 'A' CLASSIC SEMI-FINALS

Boys Basketball: Murray 57 Mayfield 50 Final (1/23)

Boys Basketball: Ballard Mem. 49 St. Mary 47 Final (1/23)

Girls Basketball: Carlisle Co. 42 Fulton Co. 35 Final (1/22)

Girls Basketball: Murray 83 Ballard Mem. 21 Final (1/22)

2ND REGION ALL 'A' CLASSIC SEMI-FINALS

Boys Basketball: Crittenden Co. 76 Livingston Cen. 60 Final (1/23)

Boys Basketball: UHA 78 Dawson Springs 37 Final (1/23)

Girls Basketball: Lyon Co. 57 Dawson Springs 23 Final (1/22)

Girls Basketball: UHA 82 Livingston Cen. 62 Final (1/22)

Boys Basketball: Tilghman 92 Century, Ill 50 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: Bowling Green 64 Christian Co. 60 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: Dawson Springs 57 CFS 40 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: Henderson Co. 72 Daviess Co. 49 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: Hopkinsville 86 Graves Co. 80 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: McCracken Co. 89 Cairo, Ill. 77 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: Ohio Co. 67 Hopkins Co. Cen. 50 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: Union Co. 86 Butler Co. 81 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: Webster Co. 73 Ft. Campbell 35 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Bowling Green 74 Christian Co. 39 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Graves Co. 58 Calloway Co. 29 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Henderson Co. 68 Union Co. 25 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Hopkins Co. Cen. 74 Trigg Co. 42 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Marshall Co. 44 Hopkinsville 42 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Muhlenberg Co. 53 Caldwell Co. 42 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Webster Co. 60 Madisonville-NH 40 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: Calloway Co. 80 Sumner, MO 29 Final (1/19)

Boys Basketball: Carbondale, Ill. 67 Ft. Campbell 26 Final (1/19)

1ST REGION ALL 'A' CLASSIC QUARTER-FINALS

Boys Basketball: Mayfield 91 Carlisle Co. 74 Final (1/21)

Boys Basketball: St. Mary 48 Fulton City 36 Final (1/21)

Boys Basketball: Ballard Mem. 52 Hickman Co. 47 Final (1/20)

Boys Basketball: Murray 93 Fulton Co. 50 Final (1/19)

Girls Basketball: Ballard Mem. 55 Fulton City 45 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Fulton Co. 48 Fulton City 44 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Carlisle Co. 74 CCA 26 Final (1/19)

Girls Basketball: Murray 74 Mayfield 14 Final (1/19)

2ND REGION ALL 'A' CLASSIC QUARTER-FINALS

Boys Basketball: UHA 91 Lyon Co. 70 Final (1/20)

Girls Basketball: Lyon Co. 55 Crittenden Co. 48 Final (1/19)

1ST REGION ALL 'A' CLASSIC OPENING ROUND

Boys Basketball: Hickman Co. 64 CFS 15 Final (1/17)

Boys Basketball: Fulton Co. 67 CCA 52 Final (1/17)

Girls Basketball: Mayfield 51 Hickman Co. 30 Final (1/17)

Boys Basketball: Henderson Co. 77 Madisonville-NH 60 Final (1/17)

Boys Basketball: Hopkinsville 97 Christian Co. 88 Final (1/17)

Boys Basketball: Marshall Co. 64 Crittenden Co. 37 Final (1/17)

Boys Basketball: Webster Co. 68 Graves Co. 54 Final (1/17)

Girls Basketball: Henry Co., Tenn. 57 Calloway Co. 47 Final (1/17)

Girls Basketball: Warren East 59 Ft. Campbell 36 Final (1/17)

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