Sports: Friday, October 5, 2018
5 October 2018 Sports
Friday Night Lights…Caps Fall In OT…SU Getting Ready For Tigers
Tonight, it’s another full schedule of high school football:
Warren County hosts Brentsville. Air time 6:50 on NBC SportsRadio 1450
Skyline entertains Culpeper
James Wood travels to Liberty
In a battle of undefeated teams, Sherando plays at Martinsburg
Clarke heads to Central
Strasburg hosts George Mason
RMA entertains Hargrave Military at 4pm
and Handley hosts Millbrook Saturday afternoon
Shenandoah University will host Hampden-Sydney tomorrow in college football. The Hornets have dropped 2 straight, including a 38-21 ODAC loss to Ferrum last Saturday. Shenandoah is 2-2, and 0-1 in the league.
Air time is 12:30 on The River 95-3.
Randolph Macon beat SU in Volleyball last night 3-1. Today, the Hornets entertain Washington & Lee in Women’s Soccer.
The Washington Capitals scored 6 more goals last night, but Pittsburgh scored one more in a 7-6 overtime Penguins win. Kris Letang scored the game winner in the extra frame, as the Caps fall to 1-0-1. The Capitals are off until Wednesday, when they take on the Vegas Golden Knights on NBC SportsRadio 1450.
In the MLB Playoffs:
Milwaukee beat Colorado in Game 1 of their NL Division Series
LA blanked Atlanta in Game 1 of that NL series
Today, there are 4 games on tap:
The Indians take on the Astros in Game 1 of their AL Divisional Series
It’s Colorado at Milwaukee in Game 2 of that NL Divisional series
The Yankees are in Boston tonight to start their AL Divisional series
And, it’s Game 2, as LA hosts Atlanta in that NL Divisional series.
Major college football this weekend:
#24 Virginia Tech hosts #8 Notre Dame Saturday night in Blacksburg
#9 WVU entertains Kansas tomorrow
JMU hosts Elon Saturday in Harrisonburg
UVA is off
And in the NFL…
Tom Brady threw his 500th career touchdown pass last night as the Patriots beat the Colts 38-24. The Ravens travel to Cleveland Sunday, while the Saints host the Redskins on Monday Night Football
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