WSIP Sports 4-25-2017


H.S. Baseball

Monday Scores

Pikeville 27 at East Ridge 0 (5 innings)
Prestonsburg 11 vs. South Floyd 1 (5 innings)
Prestonsburg 9 vs. South Floyd 2  


Perry County Central - at Allen Central - 5:30 PM
East Ridge - at Belfry - 6:00 PM
Morgan County - at East Carter - 6:00 PM
Paintsville - at Johnson Central - 6:30 PM
Phelps - at Lawrence County - 6:00 PM
Sheldon Clark - at Magoffin County - 6:00 PM
Pikeville - at Pike County Central - 6:00 PM
Mingo Central (Matewan), WV - at Shelby Valley - 6:00 PM

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H.S. Softball

Monday Scores

Johnson Central 7 vs. Belfry 3  
Knott County Central 8 vs. Betsy Layne 4  
Morgan County 21 at Prestonsburg 0 (5 innings)
Pike County Central 8 at Sheldon Clark 7  
Pikeville 11 vs. Magoffin County 1 (5 innings)
Shelby Valley 10 at Allen Central 0 (5 innings)


Pike County Central - at Betsy Layne - 6:00 PM
Allen Central - at Cordia - 6:00 PM
Allen Central - at Cordia - 7:30 PM
Paintsville - at Jackson City - 6:00 PM
Magoffin County - at Johnson Central - 6:00 PM
Chesapeake, OH - at Lawrence County - 6:00 PM
Belfry - at Phelps - 5:30 PM


UK Men’s Basketball

* Kentucky men’s basketball Freshman Guard Hamidou Diallo announced Sunday he has submitted his name for the 2017 NBA Draft but will not hire an agent. So long as Diallo does not hire an agent, he will have until May 24 (10 days after the NBA Draft Combine) to make a final decision as to whether he wishes to remain in the draft or return to Kentucky.

* Freshman forward Bam Adebayo has decided that he will reamin in the NBA Draft and will hire an agent which will officially end his UK basketball eligibility. Also leaving for a chance at a professional basketball career are: DeAaron Fox, Malik Monk and Isaac Humphries.

Cincinnati Reds

Eric Thames homered twice to raise his major league-leading total to 10, Hernan Perez added a three-run shot, Matt Garza pitched for the first time this season and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 11-7 on Monday night. The left-handed batting Thames got just enough muscle on an 0-2 pitch from Amir Garrett (2-2) to slice an opposite-field, two-run homer in the second. He extended his home-run streak against the Reds this season to five consecutive games with a solo shot to right in the first. Perez's three-run homer capped that inning. Seven of Thames' 10 major-league leading home runs have come off the Reds' hurlers, including five in the four-game series in mid-April at Cincinnati.

Game 2 of this 3 game series in Milwaukee is tonight @ 7:40 PM. Reds pre-game begins at 7:10 PM on AM 600 WKYH in Paintsville.

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