WSIP Sports 10-19-2017


H.S. Boys Soccer

Wednesday Scores

Pikeville 1 vs. Belfry 0 15th Region Championship

* Pikeville will play the winner of Region 13 (S. Laurel or Corbin) on Monday, Oct 23
in the Semi-State


Hazard - at Perry County Central - 8:00 PM 14th Region Championship
Russell - at East Carter - 7:00 PM 16th Region Championship

H.S. Girls Soccer


Estill County - at Perry County Central - 6:00 PM 14th Region Championship
Lawrence County - at Prestonsburg - 7:00 PM 15th Region Championship
Rowan County - at Russell - 7:00 PM 16th Region Championship

* Winner of 15th Region will face the winner of the Region 13 (N. Laurel or Corbin) on Tuesday, Oct 24 in the Semi-State


H.S. Volleyball

Tuesday Scores

Paintsville 3 vs.Sheldon Clark (at Magoffin Co) 0 57th District Championship
(25-10, 25-12, 25-7)
East Ridge 3 at Shelby Valley 0 59th District (25-19, 26-24, 25-21)
Pikeville 3 vs.Jenkins (at Shelby Valley) 0 59th District (25-14, 25-12, 25-21)
Pike Co Central 3 vs. Belfry 2 60th District Championship
(19-25, 23-25, 25-16, 25-20, 15-4)

Wednesday Scores

Floyd Central 3 vs. Betsy Layne 0 58th District Championship (25-10, 25-20, 25-9)


Pikeville - vs.East Ridge (at Shelby Valley) - 7:00 PM 59th District Championship


Louisville Cardinals

* Louisville trustees fired athletic director Tom Jurich on Wednesday in the wake of the school’s involvement in a national federal investigation of college basketball. The University's Board of Trustees met Wednesday afternoon and following a vote, the Board fired the long-time Athletic Director. The vote count was 10-3 in favor of firing Jurich. Jurich served as AD with the University for 20 years. Vince Tyra was named acting AD since Oct. 3, a move the Athletic Association approved on Monday before firing coach Basketball Coach Rick Pitino. After Pitino's firing, his lawyer filed a suit against Adidas.

Univ. of Kentucky Men’s Basketball

* In light of recent disasters around the country, UK Athletics will play a small part in helping those affected by adding a third men’s basketball exhibition game to Kentucky’s 2017-18 schedule. The NCAA has granted a special waiver for the Wildcats to host Morehead State. UK will host the Eagles for the inaugural “Kentucky Cares Classic” on Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. in Rupp Arena to raise funds for those affected by the devastating hurricanes in Florida and Puerto Rico and wildfires in California. The Kentucky Cares Classic will not be televised or streamed, but the game will be broadcast on radio on the UK Sports Network and its affiliates. Tickets for the game will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. online at Ticketmaster.com and by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. Fans may also purchase in person at the Rupp Arena box office. Tickets will range from $10 to $100 with net proceeds going to victims of the recent natural disasters.

* The Kentucky was selected by the media as the Pre-season favorites to win the SEC. In addition to the preseason poll release, two players were selected to the preseason All-SEC squads. Freshman Hamidou Diallo was picked to the first team, while freshman Kevin Knox was tabbed to the second team. Diallo also received at least one vote for the league’s player of the year pick. Kentucky begins its season Friday in the annual Blue-White Game at Rupp Arena at 7 p.m. Tickets for the Blue-White Game are still available. The game will also air live on the SEC Network.


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