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Pikeville upsets Belfry 29-20, move to 5-0

By All State Baseball - On a chilly Friday night, September 19th to be exact, fans made their way to Pikeville, home of the Pikeville Panthers for a big showdown between the Pikeville Panthers and Belfry Pirates. Pikeville’s last win against Belfry came back in 1990. Pikeville would receive to start the game and the drive would end on a fumble that would turn into a Belfry touchdown without the Pirates even taking a single snap. Daric Pugh would get Pikeville on the scoreboard with a 1 yard touchdown run, making it 7-7. Pikeville would go up 14-7 on a touchdown run. Pikeville’s defense would cause Belfry to... Read More →


Lexington Catholic Notebook 9/22/14

By Bluegrasscard - The Knights got back on the winning track with an impressive offensive performance against Madison Central. But after leading 26 to 6 at half the Knights could not deliver a knockout punch in the second half and some big plays by the Indians made it more interesting that it should have been. The defense needs some work from fundementals to situation play calling. Yes, there are injuries but there some other issues. On the offensive side things were more on track. Over 400 yards in passing. 5 passing TDs with no interceptions. Strong rushing. Better line play and solid receptions. ... Read More →


Collins Notebook 9/22/14

By blueandblack14 - Collins is coming off a much needed bye week after starting out the season 1-3. This past week gave the Titans time to regroup and learn from their tough early schedule as well as prepare for district play. Their first district opponent comes to town Friday night, the Atherton Rebels. Atherton actually has a better record than the Titans at 2-3 with wins over Lynn Camp and Eminence, but Collins is an overwhelming favorite and should win this one with ease. No disrespect to the Rebels, but this game is just what the doctor ordered for a struggling offense to get going. The Titans have... Read More →


St. Xavier Tigers Notebook

By LongTimeReader - Last Week St. Xavier 0 Moeller (OH) 26 Record: 3-2 This past week the Tigers hosted Moeller, one of the top teams in region and country. Moeller came into the game with highly respected defense and showed exactly why they are highly respected. St. X finished the game with only 193 yards of offense. Noah Houk was 18-34 through the air for 156 yards and 2 interceptions and sacked four times. The last two meetings St. X has been able to stay within striking distance of Moeller with the ability to run the ball, but the Crusaders shut down the St. X rushing attack, giving up a total of 37... Read More →


Trinity at Cathedral (IN) and Cocoa (FL) recap

By thsrocks - The Shamrocks (3-2) travel to Lawrence Central High School to face the Cathedral Irish (1-3) outside Indianapolis this Friday evening. The kickoff set for 7:30PM. The Irish fell to the Cincinnati St. Xavier Bombers (3-1) 27-0 on September 19. Trinity defeated the Cocoa (FL) Tigers 35-32 in St. Matthews on the same evening. The Cathedral Irish have won 4 consecutive state titles. Their top returning offensive weapon is running back is Caleb Cross (SR 6' 2"). The Irish also feature top returning offfensive lineman Jared Thomas (SR 6' 4"). In last week’s game in Lucas Oil Stadium, Cathedral... Read More →



Mountain Football Notebook (9/16/14)

By All State Baseball - 1. Estill County 48, Magoffin County 6 The Hornets made the trip to Irvine to battle the Engineers looking to repeat their 44-21 victory from 2013 but that wouldn’t be the case on this night as the Engineers would roll past the Hornets. Estill County would score three times in the first quarter, 52 yard pass from Trevor Jones to Deron Miller, made it 7-0 Engineers. Chipper Hitchcock would add to that on a 32 yard touchdown run, making it 14-0 Engineers before Magoffin County would score. Dalton Keeton would get Magoffin on the scoreboard with a 31 yard touchdown run, making it 14-6 but... Read More →


Frankfort High Panthers Notebook (09/16/14)

By CoachBuckett - The #2 BGP Frankfort Panthers head into week 4 of the season coming off a bitter loss to their Eastside rival Franklin County 22-13. The Panthers have no time this week to spend licking their wounds as they prepare for another cross town battle with their Westside foes 3AWestern Hills Wolverines. Last week the Panthers were tamed by the pesky group of Flyers. Panthers started out strong with a block punt on the first series of the game. The defense played well all night even though they lost the battle of Field position. The Panthers offense never got into a good rhythm majority of the... Read More →


Collins Notebook 9/15/14

By blueandblack14 - Collins finally picked up their first win of the season Friday night against cross-town rival Shelby County 14-3 in front of a huge crowd at Titan Stadium. After a rough first quarter from both teams, Collins struck first with a 54 yard touchdown pass to EJ Burk in the second quarter. Shelby County responded with a 33 yard field goal by Josh Edwards before the half, but that was all the offense they were able to muster against a swarming Collins defense. Collins added a second score in the third quarter with a 10 yard touchdown reception by Burk, and EJ barely dropped a third touchdown pass... Read More →


St. Xavier Tigers Football

By LongTimeReader - Previous Week St. X - 41 Fairdale - 12 This past week St. X hosted the Fairdale Bulldogs in with St. X hosted both Future Tiger Night and Senior Night. Many question why St. X schedules these types of games, the answer...I'm not sure. I see both sides of the argument, but the reason why I do not have a problem with the Tigers playing Fairdale is it allows everyone dressing for the game an opportunity to play and take a varsity snap. At the end of the day, it is hard argue with that reason. Future Tiger Night is an opportunity for young Tiger fans to come out be a part of pre-game... Read More →


Trinity recap vs Colerain and Cocoa FL visits St. Matthews this Friday

By thsrocks - The Shamrocks (2-2) host the Cocoa (FL) Tigers (2-0) in St. Matthews this Friday evening. The kickoff set for 7:30PM. The Tigers defeated the Astronaut (FL) War Eagles (0-3) 49-14 and opened the season with a 31-17 victory over the Titusville (FL) Terriers (2-1). Trinity lost at the Ensworth (TN) Tigers (3-0) 21-14 to open the season. The Rocks fell at home to Carmel (IN) Greyhounds (4-0) 10-7 in the second week. Trinity followed that with a home win over Philadelphia’s Imhotep Charter School (2-1) 30-6. Trinity evened their 2014 record with a road victory 36-27 over the Colerain (OH)... Read More →


Collins Notebook 9/10/14

By blueandblack14 - It’s rivalry week in Shelbyville as this Friday night at Titan Stadium the Collins Titans take on their cross-town rival Shelby County in the 5th Annual "Hometown Showdown". The Titans have won the first four meetings by an average score of 42-14, however, this year’s version of the Titans isn’t the same as they have been in the past. They are 0-3 coming into this game and are averaging just 14 points a game, a number that is unheard of for a Jerry Lucas coached team. In their defense, they have played a tough schedule (their opponents are a combined 7-1) and have a young team that is still... Read More →


Frankfort High Notebook 9/10/14

By CoachBuckett - It is rivalry week in the capital city, as a pair of Bluegrass Preps top ten teams collide for bragging rights. The #2 Frankfort Panthers of Class A will travel to the east side of town to take on the #4 Franklin County Flyers of Class 5A. The Panthers are coming off their second win of the season after defeating 5A Shelby County last week 42-19. Last week the Panthers got off with a fast start only to have it fizzle out in the 3rd quarter. Coaching staff is proud of the way the Panthers answered the call after being up 21-0 and giving up 19 straight points to the Rockets. Depth... Read More →


Lexington Catholic notebook (9-9-14)

By Bluegrasscard - One (bad) Streak Continues, Another (good) Streak Ends The Lexington Catholic Knights are three weeks into Mark Perry era. As would be expected with a new head coach and new offensive coordinator there are changes and challenges. After a first week win at the Rafferty Bowl in Bowling Green the Knights lost to strong Bowling Green team that some say is now the standard in Kentucky Football. The Knights may have too focused on 'the streak'. The Knights new AD did tweet out that the streaks end here. Inciting your opponent right before a game is not a great idea. The Purples extended... Read More →


Warren Central Notebook (9-9-14)

By DragonFire - Where are we now? We're three weeks into the season. Through two weeks, the radical changes in Warren Central's program appeared to be exceeding expectations. The Dragons were 2-0 as compared to an 0-2 start the year before. They'd just beaten highly regarded Bourbon County in the Boyle County PBK Rebel Bowl. Chance Shanklin had led an air attack from the QB position that had him throwing 6 TDs in two games when the entire Dragon team had only thrown 13 the year prior. Jensen Feggins had just torched Bourbon County for three TDs and nearly 200 yards receiving. Even the running attack... Read More →


Mountain Football Notebook (9/8/14)

By All State Baseball - Estill County 49, Jackson County 7 Engineers made the trip over to the next county to take on the Generals and former Engineer, Russ Shearer. Both teams (Estill would receive) would get 1 first down before having to punt. Jackson County, however would be the first to strike first as they’d take the ball down the field and score on a 2 yard run by Cody Byrd. Tristen Moore would make it 7-0 Jackson County with the extra point kick. It would stay 7-0 Generals going to the second quarter. That would change quickly and be the down fall for the Generals as Estill County would put 28 in the... Read More →