HOPKINSVILLE — Caldwell County faced Madisonville-North Hopkins for the fourth time this year in the Second Region Tournament championship, and as was the case in the previous three meetings, it ended with a Lady Tiger shutout.

Brady Darnall (left photo) of One-Hit Wonders leads off the eight-team Halloween Slow-Pitch Tournament Saturday with an inside-the-park home run at City-County Park. People were also encouraged to dress in Halloween costumes like Danielle Faulkner (left), Kelsey Martin and Ember, dressed as …

* - district game; all times are p.m. Central Time unless noted; ppd – postponed; canc - canceled.

Caldwell County lost at home in straight sets to Henderson County on Oct. 6, but the Lady Tigers won when it counted most, winning their first-round match of the Second Region Tournament on Monday — at home in straight sets — 25-12, 25-22, 25-19.

Eleven members of the Caldwell County volleyball team were named to the All-District 7 Team for their athletic ability, the All-District 7 Academic Team for their academic ability or both.

MORTON’S GAP — The Caldwell County volleyball team won its 14th straight District 7 Tournament title on Thursday, beating Madisonville-North Hopkins 25-11, 25-15, 25-17 at Hopkins Co. Central High School.

Nine members of the Caldwell County High School boys soccer team were named to District 7 postseason honors last week at the district tournament held at Hopkins Co. High School.

Thirteen of the 22 members of the Caldwell County High School girls varsity soccer team were named to postseason honors last week at the District 7 Tournament held at Hopkins Co. Central High School.

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MORTONS GAP — The Caldwell County High School girls’ soccer team had a physical match-up with Madisonville-North Hopkins Thursday in the District 7 tournament championship at Hopkins Co. Central, taking a 2-0 loss.

On fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line with Caldwell County trailing Murray 41-34 in overtime, CCHS senior Baron Wells ran the ball toward the right pylon and dove for the end zone.

The Caldwell County High School volleyball team won 3-2 at Ballard Memorial on Thursday, avenging a 3-2 loss to the Lady Bombers in the All A Classic semistate match on Oct. 2.

MADISONVILLE — The Caldwell County High School boys’ soccer team fell in the semifinal round of the District 7 tournament on Monday, taking a 3-0 loss to host Hopkins Co. Central.

The Caldwell County High School volleyball team split its matches in a tri-match on Saturday, beating host Christian County 3-0, while falling to Bowling Green 3-0.

The Caldwell County volleyball team split its matches this week, beating district rival Madisonville-North Hopkins 3-0 on Thursday but falling to visiting Henderson County 3-0 on Tuesday.

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MAYFIELD – The Caldwell County boys’ and girls’ soccer teams each took hard 4-0 losses at Graves County on Thursday, and now look ahead to preparing for the District 7 tournament.

Lady Lyons softball senior Kaelyn Conger has committed to Quincy University. Conger is a senior at Lyon County High School and is the daughter of Lori and Craig Conger of Princeton.

BARLOW — The Caldwell County volleyball team came within a point of winning its All A semistate match three times Friday at Ballard Memorial High School, but the host Lady Bombers were able to pull out the win deep into the fifth set, advancing to the All A Classic state tournament.

The Caldwell County volleyball team is on a tear, winning seven straight matches going into last Friday’s All A Classic semistate match-up at Ballard Memorial, punctuated with back-to-back shutouts this week.

Junior forward Blake Vivrette put in three goals and freshman goalkeeper Corbin Nichols made eight saves in the Caldwell County boys’ soccer team’s 5-2 win at Grayson County on Thursday.

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MAYFIELD — The Mayfield Cardinals narrowly pulled out a 21-20 win over the Caldwell County Tigers at War Memorial Stadium on Friday night.

The District 7 tournament schedules for boys’ soccer, girls’ soccer and volleyball have been announced by Kent Akin, the athletics director at Hopkins Co. Central High School.

The Caldwell County volleyball team swept through two matches this week, beating visiting Christian County 25-9, 25-10, 25-11 on Tuesday before ousting host Crittenden County 25-14, 25-17, 25-10 on Thursday.

CADIZ — A penalty kick in extra time by junior forward Blake Vivrette in the second half helped the Caldwell County boys’ soccer team come away with a 3-3 tie at Trigg County on Thursday.

The COVID-19 incidence rate in the Pennyrile region forced several Caldwell County school sports events to be canceled or postponed. One of the notable sports changes this week came with CCHS football.

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The second Barnes era at Caldwell County High School began not just with a win, but with a shutout win. Head Coach Will Barnes opened his first season at the helm of the Tigers with a 22-0 win over Crittenden County on Friday at Tiger Stadium.

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* - district game; all times are p.m. Central Time unless noted; ppd – postponed; canc - canceled.

Caldwell County lost at home in straight sets to Henderson County on Oct. 6, but the Lady Tigers won when it counted most, winning their first-round match of the Second Region Tournament on Monday — at home in straight sets — 25-12, 25-22, 25-19.

Eleven members of the Caldwell County volleyball team were named to the All-District 7 Team for their athletic ability, the All-District 7 Academic Team for their academic ability or both.

MORTON’S GAP — The Caldwell County volleyball team won its 14th straight District 7 Tournament title on Thursday, beating Madisonville-North Hopkins 25-11, 25-15, 25-17 at Hopkins Co. Central High School.

Nine members of the Caldwell County High School boys soccer team were named to District 7 postseason honors last week at the district tournament held at Hopkins Co. High School.

Thirteen of the 22 members of the Caldwell County High School girls varsity soccer team were named to postseason honors last week at the District 7 Tournament held at Hopkins Co. Central High School.

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— district game; all times are p.m. Central Time unless noted; ppd — postpone; canc — canceled.

MORTONS GAP — The Caldwell County High School girls’ soccer team had a physical match-up with Madisonville-North Hopkins Thursday in the District 7 tournament championship at Hopkins Co. Central, taking a 2-0 loss.

On fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line with Caldwell County trailing Murray 41-34 in overtime, CCHS senior Baron Wells ran the ball toward the right pylon and dove for the end zone.

The Caldwell County High School volleyball team won 3-2 at Ballard Memorial on Thursday, avenging a 3-2 loss to the Lady Bombers in the All A Classic semistate match on Oct. 2.

MADISONVILLE — The Caldwell County High School boys’ soccer team fell in the semifinal round of the District 7 tournament on Monday, taking a 3-0 loss to host Hopkins Co. Central.

The Caldwell County High School volleyball team split its matches in a tri-match on Saturday, beating host Christian County 3-0, while falling to Bowling Green 3-0.

The Caldwell County volleyball team split its matches this week, beating district rival Madisonville-North Hopkins 3-0 on Thursday but falling to visiting Henderson County 3-0 on Tuesday.

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MAYFIELD – The Caldwell County boys’ and girls’ soccer teams each took hard 4-0 losses at Graves County on Thursday, and now look ahead to preparing for the District 7 tournament.

Lady Lyons softball senior Kaelyn Conger has committed to Quincy University. Conger is a senior at Lyon County High School and is the daughter of Lori and Craig Conger of Princeton.

BARLOW — The Caldwell County volleyball team came within a point of winning its All A semistate match three times Friday at Ballard Memorial High School, but the host Lady Bombers were able to pull out the win deep into the fifth set, advancing to the All A Classic state tournament.

The Caldwell County volleyball team is on a tear, winning seven straight matches going into last Friday’s All A Classic semistate match-up at Ballard Memorial, punctuated with back-to-back shutouts this week.

Junior forward Blake Vivrette put in three goals and freshman goalkeeper Corbin Nichols made eight saves in the Caldwell County boys’ soccer team’s 5-2 win at Grayson County on Thursday.

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MAYFIELD — The Mayfield Cardinals narrowly pulled out a 21-20 win over the Caldwell County Tigers at War Memorial Stadium on Friday night.

The District 7 tournament schedules for boys’ soccer, girls’ soccer and volleyball have been announced by Kent Akin, the athletics director at Hopkins Co. Central High School.

The Caldwell County volleyball team swept through two matches this week, beating visiting Christian County 25-9, 25-10, 25-11 on Tuesday before ousting host Crittenden County 25-14, 25-17, 25-10 on Thursday.

CADIZ — A penalty kick in extra time by junior forward Blake Vivrette in the second half helped the Caldwell County boys’ soccer team come away with a 3-3 tie at Trigg County on Thursday.

The COVID-19 incidence rate in the Pennyrile region forced several Caldwell County school sports events to be canceled or postponed. One of the notable sports changes this week came with CCHS football.

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The second Barnes era at Caldwell County High School began not just with a win, but with a shutout win. Head Coach Will Barnes opened his first season at the helm of the Tigers with a 22-0 win over Crittenden County on Friday at Tiger Stadium.

(District game; all times are p.m. Central Time unless noted.)

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The Caldwell County High School girls’ soccer team trailed visiting Trigg County 1-0 midway through the second half, but came roaring back with four unanswered goals to win its season-opener 4-1 on Tuesday.

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As high school sports in Kentucky get under way, there are several guidelines handed down by the Kentucky Department of Education and the Kentucky High School Athletic Association not only for student-athletes and coaches but fans as well.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected several aspects of life this year, and high school sports will not be an exception. From lessened capacity to temperature checks, people will need to make adjustments to help make this area safer for everyone.

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The start of archery hunting for deer at the Land Between the Lakes still trails that of statewide hunting, but otherwise things are looking up for whitetail pursuits at the federal recreation area.