Glasgow football

Glasgow running back Nick Mitchell picks up yards on the ground against LaRue County during the Scottie Bowl on Friday night. 

Glasgow is ranked No. 8 in Class 3A in the first Associated Press high school football poll of the season.

The Scotties defeated LaRue County last week to open their season. Glasgow will play at Class 1A Russellville on Friday night.

Louisville Christian Academy — a team that like Glasgow, also moved up a class this season — is ranked No. 1 in Class 3A followed by Belfry, Bell County, Ashland and Louisville DeSales.

In Class 1A, Pikeville received the top spot, while Mayfield is ranked No. 1 in Class 2A. Boyle County is ranked No. 1 in Class 4A, Covington Catholic is at the top of Class 5A and Louisville Trinity tops the first Class 6A rankings of the season.

Barren County wins road match

The Barren County Trojanettes improved to 2-0 with a road win over Monroe County on Monday night in District 15 soccer action.

The Trojanettes defeated the Lady Falcons 9-0.

Barren County returns to action Thursday when they travel to Franklin-Simpson.

Lady Scotties win region tournament

Glasgow won the All 'A' Classic 4th Region tournament Monday at Kentucky Hills.

Abbie Lee shot a -2, 34 to win first place.

Nina McMurtrey shot an even par 36, Bailey Birdsell scored a 43, Allie McCoy recorded a 46, and Graycen Flatt shot a 47 in the tournament.

The Lady Scotties advance to compete in the state All 'A' tournament on Sept. 7 in Richmond.

Caverna falls on the road

The Caverna Lady Colonels lost a volleyball match on the road to LaRue County on Monday.

Caverna lost 3-0(25-10, 25-10, 25-7) to fall to 0-3.

In other local volleyball action Monday, Barren County defeated Hart County 2-0(25-19, 25-22) to improve to 6-2.

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