Home - Contact Us
The Lake Current
Cards Tix 2
University of Kentucky Wildcats University of Louisville Cardinals  Tennessee Titans   
St. Louis Cardinals
Marshall County New Racers Logo Lyon Co.
 

Click Here For Marshall County Baseball Schedule

Click Here For Marshall County Softball Schedule

Click Here For St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Schedule

Click Here For Kentucky Wildcats Basketball Schedule

Open house, practice slated for Saturday at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway

Weather permitting, racecars will take to the Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway oval on Saturday in an open house/practice day at the 3/8-mile dirt oval. Fans and drivers are invited to the track Saturday, with gates opening at 10:00 am and practice getting underway at noon. Admission to the grandstands is free, and pit admission is $10 per person. Drivers are invited to bring their cars for shakedown runs. Activities will be concluded before darkness requires the track to be illuminated. Weekly Saturday night racing is scheduled to begin on April 11. Plans are to present racing in the Late Model, Modified, Crate and Stock Car divisions, with a fifth division, Pure Stock, to be added.

World Championship Coon Hunt wraps-up in Aurora

Based out of the Tennis Center at Kenlake State Resort Park in Aurora, the World Championship Coon Hunt saw 566 dogs hunt this past week, with the Grand Prize winner being a male Walker named Bawlie. He is owned by Rick Vogle from Indiana and handled by Charles "Slugo" Payton of Kentucky. For his efforts, his owner received the first place award of $42,500. 2nd place went to "Homer," owned by Jeff Barnes and handled by Eric Platt. 3rd place went to Bone-Collector, owned by the trio of Compton, Smith and Cannon from Illinois. Between the top three dogs, $72,500 was given out. C.H.K.C. announced they will return to Aurora next year for the same event.

Prohm's contract extended at Murray State

Having captured their 24th Ohio Valley Conference regular season championship, and embarking upon a memorable post-season run in the National Invitation Tournament, Murray State University has renegotiated and extended the contract of head men's basketball coach Steve Prohm. The extension means Prohm's contract now runs through March 31, 2019 with an automatic one-year extension carrying it out to 2020. Prohm was named OVC Coach of the Year this season for the second time in his four seasons at MSU. He guided MSU to the first undefeated Ohio Valley Conference season (16-0) in school history and the fifth in 67 seasons in the league. MSU had the nation's second-longest win streak of 25 and tied for the national lead with 12 road wins. Prohm's 104-29 (.781) mark in four seasons included him becoming the 17th fastest to 100 wins among NCAA D-I coaches. The Racers extended their consecutive winning season streak to 28, ranked fourth in the nation. Murray State University benefited from the Racers playing 12 nationally televised games this season as they advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT. The guaranteed contract increases Prohm's base salary to $490,000. With his radio/TV obligations, the total package will be $500,000 annually, plus incentives.

Oh so close...Key misses allows Spartans to conquer Cards in OT for Final Four berth

Travis Trice vowed a day earlier that he wasn't going to cry should the Michigan State Spartans continue their improbable run to the Final Four. The senior guard's vow lasted no more than 10 seconds once the final horn sounded after Michigan State's 76-70 overtime victory over Louisville in a thrilling NCAA tournament East Regional final Sunday. Counted out for done as recently as six weeks ago, the seventh-seeded Spartans (27-11) let it all out in a thrilling display of perseverance and defensive grit to oust the fourth-seeded Cardinals (27-9). Trice led the Spartans with 17 points. Dawson had 11 rebounds, including a key put back of Bryn Forbes' missed three-point shot with 31.7 seconds left in overtime. And Denzel Valentine scored 15 points for a Michigan State team that won for the 12th time in 15 games. It's a run that included them knocking off second-seeded Virginia last weekend and third-seeded Oklahoma in the regional semifinal Friday. Michigan State will face Duke, which beat Gonzaga, 66-52, in the South Regional final, on Saturday in Indianapolis. Wayne Blackshear had 28 points for the Cardinals in a game that featured 11 lead changes. There could have been a 12th with 4.9 seconds left in regulation, when Cardinals forward Mangok Mathiang hit his first free throw to tie the game on a shot that hit off the heel of the rim and bounced high and in. But he wasn't so fortunate on his second one, which also hit the heel and bounced wide left. Louisville was denied a shot of making its third Final Four in four years, and 11th overall. It's the ninth Final Four appearance for the Spartans, and first since 2010, when they lost, 52-50, to Butler in the national semifinals. Izzo has led them to seven Final Fours including the 2000 national championship. The Spartans did it with a roster that was regarded as having less talent than the team that lost in the regional final to Connecticut a year ago. Michigan State lost three of its top four scorers. The Spartans rallied from a 40-32 halftime deficit to eventually build a 61-59 lead with 3:57 left, when Trice hit two free throws. Michigan State took control in overtime, starting with Forbes hitting a three-pointer 26 seconds in. The Spartans then sealed it in the final 31 seconds. Dawson did what Izzo's teams have done well over the years: He put back a three-point miss by Forbes to put Michigan State up, 74-70. Valentine batted away Quentin Snider's pass into the paint on the Cardinals' next possession, and Trice sealed the win by hitting two free throws with 10.1 seconds left. Michigan State's defense — Izzo's other trademark — played havoc with the Cardinals. After hitting 17 of 32 attempts in the first half, Louisville managed to make six of its final 32. It is the third straight year one conference has had two teams in the Final Four. The Southeastern Conference did last year with Kentucky and Florida and the Big East had Louisville and Syracuse in 2013. The last time the Big Ten did it was 2005 with Michigan State and Illinois. Though Blackshear stepped up his performance in what became his final collegiate game, Cardinals junior forward Montrezl Harrell struggled. Harrell missed his last five shots and was off on five of nine free throws in what was also his final game. Harrell has already indicated his intention to enter the NBA draft. Blackshear had his nose bloodied with 3:57 left, when he hit a driving layup and was fouled hard by Matt Costello. Dillon Avare came off the bench to hit the free throw while Blackshear missed a few possessions while being tended to on the bench.

Cats paint the 'Town' on the Road to Indy after 'Irish' eyes smile on the Bluegrass

Pushed to the brink, Kentucky's still perfect and still playing. Andrew Harrison made two free throws with six seconds remaining, and the top-seeded Wildcats kept their unbeaten season and national title hopes intact with a 68-66 win over Notre Dame on Saturday night in the Midwest Regional final. The Wildcats (38-0) advanced to the Final Four in Indianapolis next week, where they will meet Wisconsin, who overtook Arizona for the second straight year in the Elite 8. It took everything Kentucky had to hold off the Fighting Irish (32-6), who came within seconds of shocking the tournament's overwhelming favorite. Notre Dame, which has a history of stunning upsets in football and basketball, wasn't done until Jerian Grant's double-clutch 3-pointer from the left corner was long. Kentucky's bench stormed the floor and the Wildcats, who only had one other two-point game this season, celebrated knowing they had ducked a major challenge and are now just two wins from becoming the first team to go undefeated since Indiana in 1976. Karl-Anthony Towns scored 25 to lead Kentucky, which trailed for most of the second half. Zach Auguste scored 20, Steve Vasturia 16 and Grant 15 for the third-seeded Fighting Irish, playing in their first regional final in 36 years. There was no doubt Notre Dame belonged. The ACC tournament champions controlled the tempo and weren't intimated by the Wildcats and their collection of high school All-Americans and soon-to-be NBA millionaires. Calipari insisted on Friday his team was not perfect, only unbeaten and that any team left in the tournament was capable of toppling the top Cats. And a team that's very familiar with the boys in blue will meet Kentucky in Indianapolis on Saturday in the #1 seeded Wisconsin Badgers, a rematch from last year's Final Four. Complete coverage on 99.1 FM WCBL Sports.

Postseason nightmare comes back to haunt Racers as Monarchs Hail Mary ends season

Two days after he couldn't even jog without limping because of an injured ankle, Old Dominion's Trey Freeman hit the runner of his life. The junior guard banked in a running 3-pointer at the buzzer Wednesday night to lift the Monarchs to a 72-69 victory over Murray State in the NIT quarterfinals. The win puts the Monarchs (27-7) into the semifinals at Madison Square Garden for the first time since 2006. They will play Stanford on Tuesday night. ODU inbounded the ball with 3.5 seconds left after Jeffery Moss of the Racers hit a 3-pointer to tie it at 69. Freeman took the pass and dribbled up the right side under heavy pressure from T.J. Sapp. But Freeman squeezed by Sapp and launched his 30-footer just before the horn sounded. Freeman scored 25 points. He was limited to 12 ineffective minutes in ODU's 50-49 victory over Illinois State on Monday because of the ankle. ODU led by two at halftime and took at 10-point lead with 3:39 to play. But behind full-court pressure, the Racers forced numerous turnovers to spark a 14-4 run — capped by Moss' 3 to tie it. Murray State coach Steve Prohm said the Racers (29-6) intended to "corral the ball" on the final play, but couldn't prevent Freeman from slithering through a slight opening and hit a tough shot. Cameron Payne had 23 points for the Racers who made just 5 of 21 3-point attempts and shot 38 percent overall. Jones said a meeting with Freeman earlier Wednesday left him cautiously optimistic his top scorer would be able to play unbothered by his ankle.

Tickets on sale for Marshals Baseball game at Busch Stadium

Tickets are now on sale for the Marshals Baseball return trip to Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis on Thursday, April 16. The Marshals will take on Cape Central, MO immediately following the Cardinals game against Milwaukee. First pitch for the Cardinals and Brewers is 12:45. Tickets are $35 per person and are good for both the Cardinals and Marshals games. The seats are located in the Right Field Loge Sections 228-231. To purchase tickets, call (270) 527-6714, stop by the Marshall County Athletic Office or see any Marshals Baseball player.

Tickets for Marshall-Graves alumni football game on sale now

Tickets are now on sale for the Marshall County/Graves County Alumni Football Game on April 25, at 7:00 pm at Graves County's Eagle Field in Mayfield. Tickets are $10 each and are available at R. Barga & Co. Insurance Services, First Kentucky Bank, MTG, Larry Krouse State Farm Insurance, the football field house at Marshall County High School and WCBL Radio. Proceeds from pre-sale tickets benefit the Marshall County Football program. The program receives no money from tickets sold at the gate the nigh of the game, so please buy your tickets in advance. All interested alums that would like to compete in the game can click here to fill out the online registration form. Cost of playing is $100, which includes entry fee, playing insurance and personalized jersey.

Titans QB Jake Locker retires at age 26

Jake Locker is walking away from the NFL. Despite being the top quarterback remaining on Around The NFL's Top 101 list, the signal-caller with a career of injuries will retire. "I am retiring from football after much reflection and discussion with my family," Locker said in a statement obtained by NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. "I will always be grateful for having had the opportunity to realize my childhood dream of playing in the NFL and for the lifelong relationships I developed because of that experience. "Football has always played a pivotal role in my life and I love the game, but I no longer have the burning desire necessary to play the game for a living; to continue to do so would be unfair to the next organization with whom I would eventually sign. I realize this decision is surprising to many, but I know in my heart that it is the right decision and I look forward to spending more time with my family and pursuing other interests." The Tennessee Titans' No. 8 overall pick in 2011 never played an entire NFL season. He'll end his career with just 30 career appearances, including missing nine contests each of the past two seasons. Locker was set to hit the free agency on Thursday as one of the top signal callers in a miserable market. But when the flame of competition burns out, it's time to walk away. Knowing that at 26 years old and being able to pass on a chance to hold a clipboard for a million dollars or so is commendable. A plus athlete with mobility, Locker flashed potential in brief bursts over his short career. However, his accuracy never improved over four seasons -- the injuries didn't allow him to progress in his craft either. Locker will end his career completing 57.5 percent of his passes for 4,967 yards, 27 passing touchdowns and 22 interceptions.

Lakewood Gymnastics opening in new location

Celebrating 30 years in business and announcing the grand-opening of a third location – that's how Lakewood Gymnastics is starting off the new year. With two very successful locations already in place, one in McCracken County and one in Marshall, their third location will now encompass some 10,000 square feet of Paducah's Energy Fitness building located at 3055 N. Friendship Road, beginning in April. This new location will also serve as the primary location for the popular Cheers Elite program. A new class schedule will be organized for April and May.

Local student wins state Hoop Shoot

Kyzer Phillips, a Benton Elementary 2nd grade student, is a state champion. On February 7, Kyzer competed in the Kentucky Elks Hoop Shoot in Frankfort where he sank 21-of-25 free throws to win the 8-9 year-old division state championship. On the local level at the Marshall County Hoop Shoot, he hit 18-of-25 free throws and on the regional level he hit 21-of-25.

North Marshall Middle places 6th in state in boys basketball

The North Marshall Middle School 7th grade boys' basketball team played in the State Tournament for all middle school teams this month at the KBA Center in Lexington. They played two pool play-in games, in which they defeated Whitley County 51-23 and defeated McCreary County 55-33, before starting a 56 team tournament. In the first round of the tournament, North Marshall defeated Johnson County 47-24 and defeated Anderson County 32-29 to make it to the final eight. The Marshals then faced Crosby Middle School out of Louisville, which won the King of the Bluegrass in November, and fell to them 41-35. The Marshals received a final state ranking on the season of 6th in the state. Austin Riley and Tyler Stokes were selected to the All-State Team.

Tennessee Titans hire new assistant coach

Former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau will join the Tennessee Titans as assistant head coach/defense. LeBeau will oversee Tennessee's defense, though Ray Horton will remain the team's defensive coordinator. LeBeau departed the Steelers after 16 seasons in Pittsburgh last month. Under LeBeau's leadership, the Steelers were consistently one of the best defensive teams in the NFL. Pittsburgh won Super Bowl XL and Super Bowl XLIII under LeBeau's watch. In 2014, the Steelers ranked No. 18 in total defense and No. 18 in scoring defense. The Titans finished 2-14 in 2015. LeBeau, 77, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2010.

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.

 Athletic Foundation

HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD

Baseball: Ballard Mem. 3 Murray 1 Final (3/31)

Baseball: Caldwell Co. 16 Dawson Springs 0 Final (3/31)

Baseball: Crittenden Co. 12 Lyon Co. 7 Final (3/31)

Baseball: Evansville Reitz Mem., Ind. 16 Henderson Co. 1 Final (3/31)

Baseball: Graves Co. 4 Trigg Co. 3 Final (3/31)

Baseball: Hickman Co. 4 Mayfield 3 Final (3/31)

Baseball: Madisonville-NH 5 Livingston Cen. 4 Final (3/31)

Baseball: McCracken Co. 5 St. Mary 0 Final (3/31)

Baseball: Tilghman 8 Carlisle Co. 6 Final (3/31)

Softball: Caldwell Co. 11 Dawson Springs 1 Final (3/31)

Softball: CFS 16 Fulton Co. 1 Final (3/31)

Softball: Henderson Co. 16 Crittenden Co. 0 Final (3/31)

Softball: Livingston Cen. 2 Calloway Co. 1 Final (3/31)

Softball: Madisonville-NH 11 Hopkins Co. Cen. 1 Final (3/31)

Softball: Marshall Co. 14 Tilghman 10 Final (3/31)

Softball: McCracken Co. 15 Graves Co. 0 Final (3/31)

Softball: UHA 8 Christian Co. 4 Final (3/31)

Softball: Webster Co. 11 McLean Co. 1 Final (3/31)

Baseball: Ballard Mem. 15 Fulton Co. 1 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Caldwell Co. 12 Tilghman 1 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Carlisle Co. 24 Cairo, Ill. 1 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Dawson Springs 20 CFS 1 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Graves Co. 12 Livingston Cen. 0 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Henderson Co. 7 Webster Co. 1 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Hopkinsville 1 UHA 0 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Hickman Co. 10 Mayfield 9 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Hopkins Co. Cen. 6 Todd Co. Cen. 3 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Lyon Co. 10 Crittenden Co. 0 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Marshall Co. 7 Massac Co., Ill. 6 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Muhlenberg Co. 11 Madisonville-NH 6 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Trigg Co. 8 Christian Co. 5 Final (3/30)

Softball: Ballard Mem. 20 Fulton Co. 0 Final (3/30)

Softball: Calloway Co. 7 Trigg Co. 1 Final (3/30)

Softball: CFS 17 Mayfield 1 Final (3/30)

Softball: Evansville Mater Dei 3 Henderson Co. 2 Final (3/30)

Softball: Graves Co. 8 Carlisle Co. 5 Final (3/30)

Softball: Livingston Cen. 12 Hopkinsville 1 Final (3/30)

Softball: Lyon Co. 7 Crittenden Co. 1 Final (3/30)

Softball: Tilghman 15 St. Mary 1 Final (3/30)

Softball: Union City, Tenn. 17 Hickman Co. 2 Final (3/30)

Softball: Union City, Tenn. 4 Hickman Co. 2 Final (3/30)

Softball: Webster Co. 17 Hopkins Co. Cen. 9 Final (3/30)

Baseball: Edmonson Co. 10 Ft. Campbell 4 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Madisonville-NH 14 Trinity (Whitesville) 2 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Ballard Mem. 8 Knoxville Halls, Tenn. 2 Final (3/28)

Baseball: McCracken Co. 7 Decatur, Ala. 0 Final (3/28)

Baseball: McCracken Co. 12 Riverdale, Tenn. 2 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Apollo 4 Union Co. 2 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Bowling Green 5 Henderson Co. 3 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Caldwell Co. 4 Livingston Cen. 0 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Christian Co. 1 Owensboro Sr. 0 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Livingston Cen. 5 Hopkins Co. Cen. 2 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Owensboro Cath. 7 Marshall Co. 1 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Tilghman 3 Century, Ill. 2 Final (3/28)

Baseball: St. Mary 7 Carlisle Co. 5 Final (3/28)

Softball: Lyon Co. 3 Butler Co. 0 Final (3/28)

Softball: Lyon Co. 9 Breckinridge Co. 1 Final (3/28)

Softball: Webster Co. 5 Hancock Co. 3 Final (3/28)

Softball: Webster Co. 11 Owensboro Sr. 0 Final (3/28)

Softball: Rossview, Tenn. 8 Hopkinsville 1 Final (3/28)

Softball: Hopkinsville 3 Stewart Co., Tenn. 3 TIE Final (3/28)

Softball: Christian Co. 4 Massac Co., Ill. 1 Final (3/28)

Softball: Tilghman 16 Carlisle Co. 3 Final (3/28)

Softball: Tilghman 15 Trinity (Whitesville) 0 Final (3/28)

Softball: Trinity (Whitesville) 5 Carlisle Co. 3 Final (3/28)

Baseball: Ballard Mem. 17 Meadville, Penn. 7 Final (3/27)

Baseball: Union City, Tenn. 11 Ballard Mem. 5 Final (3/27)

Baseball: Christian Co. 3 Logan Co. 1 Final (3/27)

Baseball: Henderson Co. 3 Livingston Cen. 2 Final (3/27)

Baseball: Hopkinsville 5 Marshall Co. 1 Final (3/27)

Baseball: Murray 8 Tilghman 3 Final (3/27)

Baseball: Westview, Tenn. 10 Hickman Co. 0 Final (3/27)

Softball: Lyon Co. 10 Dawson Springs 0 Final (3/27)

Baseball: Marshall Co. 10 St. Mary 0 Final (3/26)

Baseball: Trigg Co. 8 Crittenden Co. 2 Final (3/26)

Baseball: Caldwell Co. 10 Webster Co. 3 Final (3/24)

Baseball: Christian Co. 13 Calloway Co. 3 Final (3/24)

Baseball: Henderson Co. 13 Owensboro Sr. 1 Final (3/24)

Baseball: Hopkins Co. Cen. 6 Lyon Co. 4 Final (3/24)

Baseball: Hopkinsville 12 Ft. Campbell 2 Final (3/24)

Baseball: Livingston Cen. 7 Crittenden Co. 1 Final (3/24)

Baseball: Madisonville-NH 14 Trigg Co. 4 Final (3/24)

Baseball: St. Mary 4 Tilghman 2 Final (3/24)

Softball: Ballard Mem. 15 Mayfield 0 Final (3/24)

Softball: Carlisle Co. 16 Fulton Co. 1 Final (3/24)

Softball: Christian Co. 16 Hopkins Co. Cen. 3 Final (3/24)

Softball: Daviess Co. 7 Henderson Co. 0 Final (3/24)

Softball: Hickman Co. 2 Calloway Co. 0 Final (3/24)

Softball: Lyon Co. 5 Hopkinsville 4 Final (3/24)

Softball: Marshall Co. 8 Graves Co. 5 Final (3/24)

Softball: Massac Co., Ill. 13 Murray 1 Final (3/24)

Softball: McCracken Co. 2 Madisonville-NH 1 Final (3/24)

Softball: St. Mary 17 Fulton City 7 Final (3/24)

Softball: Todd Co. Cen. 6 Trigg Co. 5 Final (3/24)

Softball: UHA 7 Caldwell Co. 1 Final (3/24)

Softball: Webster Co. 7 Crittenden Co. 3 Final (3/24)

Baseball: Apollo 12 Madisonville-NH 2 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Ballard Mem. 5 Century, Ill. 4 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Carlisle Co. 14 Fulton Co. 1 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Christian Co. 2 Muhlenberg Co. 1 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Hopkinsville 16 Ft. Campbell 0 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Livingston Cen. 14 Dawson Springs 3 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Marshall Co. 19 Hopkins Co. Cen. 0 Final (3/23)

Baseball: McCracken Co. 10 Calloway Co. 0 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Murray 10 Mayfield 0 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Murray 12 Mayfield 1 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Tilghman 11 Hickman Co. 1 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Union Co. 2 Lyon Co. 0 Final (3/23)

Baseball: UHA 7 Trigg Co. 5 Final (3/23)

Baseball: Webster Co. 8 Todd Co. Cen. 2 Final (3/23)

Softball: Calloway Co. 15 St. Mary 1 Final (3/23)

Softball: Carlisle Co. 15 Fulton Co. 0 Final (3/23)

Softball: CFS 18 Mayfield 2 Final (3/23)

Softball: Henderson Co. 11 Webster Co. 0 Final (3/23)

Softball: Hopkins Co. Cen. 8 Hopkinsville 3 Final (3/23)

Softball: Livingston Cen. 6 Crittenden Co. 1 Final (3/23)

Softball: Murray 11 Ballard Mem. 3 Final (3/23)

Softball: Trigg Co. 11 Caldwell Co. 1 Final (3/23)

Softball: UHA 13 Ft. Campbell 0 Final (3/23)

KHSAA SWEET 16 CHAMPIONSHIP

Boys Basketball: Owensboro Sr. 74 Bowling Green 58 Final (3/22)

Girls Basketball: Holy Cross (Covington) 35 Allen Co.-Scottsville 32 Final (3/15)

KHSAA