LOCAL SPORTS

Local SPorts 9-6-2013

H.S. Football

Friday, September 6, 2013

Pikeville @ Paintsville - 7:30 PM
Magoffin Co. @ Allen Central - 7:30 PM
Fairview - at Lawrence Co. - 7:30 PM
Sheldon Clark @ Betsy Layne - 7:30 PM
Phelps @ Knott County Central - 7:30 PM
Pike Co Cent @ Williamsburg - 7:30 PM –
Belfry @ Harlan Co - 7:30 PM
East Ridge @ Shelby Valley - 7:30 PM
Leslie Co. @ Morgan Co – 7:30 PM
Raceland @ Boyd Co. - 7:30 PM
G.W. (WVa) @ Ashland Blazer - 7:30 PM
Russell @ Ironton, Ohio - 7:30 PM
Letcher Co Cent @ Hazard - 7:30 PM

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Knox Co. Central @ Prestonsburg - 7:30 PM
Noblesville, Indiana @ Johnson Central – 2:00 PM (WSIP 98.9 FM LIVE)

UK Football

The University of Kentucky football team takes the field at Commonwealth Stadium for the first time this season on Saturday to square off against Miami (Ohio) at Noon ET. Kentucky is opening the 41st season of football in Commonwealth Stadium. UK has won seven-consecutive home-openers since the 2006 season, adding to its all-time record of 93-23-6 in home debuts. This is the third time in school history that Kentucky has opened its home schedule against Miami (Ohio), holding a 2-1 record in those games. The Wildcats are coming off a 35-26 loss to WKU last Saturday in the season opener at LP Field in Nashville, Tenn. Eleven Wildcats made their first career starts, including five on offense and six on defense against WKU, which is a school record for most first-time starts in a game dating back to records kept since 1993. Kentucky has played Miami 12 times in a series that dates back to 1894. UK has a 7-4-1 advantage in the all-time series. The Wildcats will face the RedHawks for the third time in Commonwealth Stadium, and UK is 5-3-1 overall against Miami in Lexington. Kentucky won the last meeting between the two teams during the 2009 season at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami dropped its season opener to Marshall last weekend as the RedHawks gave up 38 unanswered points to fall 52-14 after being tied 14-14 at halftime.

Due to a scheduling conflict with Johnson Central Football on Saturday, the UK Football vs Miami, OH can be heard LIVE over on our sister station CBS Sports Radio AM 600 WKYH.