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BluegrassPreps Western Kentucky Power Rankings - September 8. 2019

By Purple88 - BluegrassPreps 2019 Western Kentucky Power Rankings Week 3 Edition The top story line this week is consistency in the Top 12 in the early season! Of the top 12 teams ranked last week, all won last week, but two and both of those played other teams in the Top 12! Paducah Tilghman lost to top ranked Mayfield and #10 Graves County lost at home to an explosive McCracken County squad. It was a terrific week overall for the top teams in WKY! WESTSIDER - Week 3 Western Kentucky Game of the Week: (Disclaimer 2: Westsider was a friend to this website and all sports in Western... Read More →


Class 4A Notebook (9/8): A Statement Loss

By DragonFire - Lexington Catholic has been viewed as a solid team, but a team that is outside the elite tier that features Boyle County and Johnson Central. Last week when I made their matchup against 5A #2 Covington Catholic our 4A Game of the Week, I said if a statement was available to made this week, it was right here. And boy, did Lexington Catholic make that statement. After Covington Catholic took an early 7-0 lead, the air barrage began by Beau Allen. Allen found Bracken for a 12 yard touchdown and then Gohmann for a 19 yard score to put the Knights on top after the first quarter. After... Read More →


3A Notebook: Taylor County Cardinals Alive and Well

By gchs_uk9 - Taylor County Fights Back to Top Cross-town Rival Campbellsville The banner held up by the Taylor County cheerleading squad prior to Friday night's city-county showdown with Class 1A #2 Campbellsville said "2019, the Year the Eagles Went Extinct." For much of the night it looked like the Cardinals of Taylor County were the birds in distress. However, two fourth quarter touchdowns by running back Wes Oliver and a late Carson Watson interception gave Taylor a 29-20 victory and gave notice to Class 3A that the Cardinals will be just as much of a threat in their new class as they were in Class... Read More →


Class 5A Notebook (9/8): Colonels Avoid Catastrophe In Colossal Catholic Collision

By DevilMayCare - Friday night's encounter between the Catholic school powers of Covington and Lexington boasted two of Kentucky's top college prospects and Mr. Football candidates. It was a matchup of teams featuring both standout individual talent and state championship aspirations. Yet, despite both teams being ranked in the top 5 of their respective classes and LexCath featuring the gifted right arm of Beau Allen, the popular opinion was that Covington Catholic simply had too much for the Knights. The prediction thread poll favored the Colonels by a final tally of 73-7, with most predictions calling for a... Read More →



Louisville Power Rankings - September 6, 2019

By SportsLife - Louisville Power Rankings Top 10 1. Trinity (2-0): Prevailing on the road and notching its second straight win, Trinity upended host Warren Central (Ind.) 17-14 in Week 2. The trio of quarterback Nathan McElroy and running backs Brad West and Armon Tucker combined to lead Trinity to the victory over the rival from neighboring Indiana. After being on the road in Week 2, Trinity is set to entertain Ohio powerhouse Archbishop Moeller on Friday night. 2. Male (2-0): Pulling away to win convincingly, Male beat visiting Ballard 41-14 in Week 2. Numerous playmakers contributed as Male... Read More →


Central Kentucky Power Rankings - September 5, 2019

By WestDanville - The second week of High School Football has past us. In Central Kentucky the top 10 fared about as expected with 8 of the 10 coming out of the week victorious although some victories were much closer than anticipated. The 11-15 group on the other hand wasn’t so lucky, with 4 of the 5 putting a number into the loss column. The Top 10 1. Frederick Douglass (5A, 2-0) Last week: Frederick Douglass had no problem with Intracity opponent, Tates Creek, winning 62-14. The Defense led the way with 5 turnovers and 5 sacks. QB Josh McClurg put together a nice stat line compiling 141 yards... Read More →


NKY Power Rankings: 09-04-19

By Colonels_Wear_Blue - 1) 5A Covington Catholic (2-0) – The Colonels absolutely rolled in their second game of the season, and in similar fashion to the last two seasons, they’ve had a running clock on their opponents in each of their first two games of the season. Cov Cath’s defense was lights out on Friday, holding Campbell County’s offense to -47 total yards in the 49-0 win. QB Caleb Jacob was 9-12 passing for 131yds and 4 TDs. Michael Mayer continued to dominate offensively when he got his hands on the ball, rushing for 1 TD on 1 carry, and scoring 2 more TDs on his 2 receptions in the game. Michael has scored... Read More →


BluegrassPreps Mr. Football Watchlist (9/4)

By DevilMayCare - Front Runners Beau Allen (QB, Lexington Catholic) Week 2: Allen was a picture of precision against Indianapolis Howe, completing 14 of 17 throws for 242 yards with five touchdown passes against zero interceptions in Lexington Catholic's 43-9 win. A huge challenge awaits in the form of a Covington Catholic defense that has thoroughly locked down its first two opponents. Season to date: 36/49 for 518 yards and 6 TDs/0 ints. Read More →


6A Notebook 9/3 - Cream Rises To The Top

By Tigerpride94 - 6A Cream rises to the top. It is early in the season and the top 5 teams in 6A have demonstrated they are the cream rising to the top. Trinity has demonstrated they are the best team with wins over Indiana powers Carmel and Warren Central. Male and Saint Xavier are both playing at a high level and play each other this Friday to secure the #2 spot with their sights set for Trinity later in the season. North Hardin and Manual are both undefeated and would like to spoil some of that cream above them. Central Hardin has started the season undefeated and replaced McCracken County at #10 after... Read More →


1A Notebook 9/2 - Big Wins?

By Voice of Reason - We had some notable wins for top 10 ranked teams in 1A this week. Of course, any win is a big win, but some are bigger than others. The question is which of these wins is truly a big win and which is not. We will run through the week two results later but first let's take a look at some of the big wins that were posted this week in 1A. Big Win? Leading the way we have to talk about Paintsville defeating the Beechwood Tigers. Beechwood is the three time defending champ in 1A and have now moved up to 2A in realignment. Beechwood worked their way to a 14-0 lead, capitalizing on a short... Read More →


BluegrassPreps Western Kentucky Power Rankings - 9/2/19

By Purple88 - BluegrassPreps 2019 Western Kentucky Power Rankings Week 2 Edition The top story line this week is chalk! Of the top 12 teams ranked last week, all won last week, but four. Graves County had a bye week. Hopkinsville and McCracken County both had losses to teams they were expected to lose to. And Owensboro took a very tough 10-8 home loss to gritty Evansville Central. It was a terrific week overall for the top teams in WKY! Disclaimer: I have attended 6 high school games the first 2 weekends. Ive never done that before. It was a lot of fun though! Great competition in the... Read More →


BluegrassPreps Football Rankings (9/2)

By Ram - Class 1A Three outcomes combined to really re-calibrate the teams on the Eastern side of Class 1A. Pikeville flexed their muscle in a playoff atmosphere against an out of state foe, Raceland was provided a reality check by rival Russell, and Paintsville served notice to the rest of the class with a come from behind win over Beechwood. The Tigers will now look to proclaim themselves the front runner as they will host Pikeville in a huge clash. Campbellsville continues to roll but will get one of their stiffest challenges against rival Taylor County. Williamsburg and Kentucky Country Day may... Read More →


Class 2A Notebook 9/1- It is Dramatic Up Top

By ATLCat - Top-Ranked Cardinals Scrape by Tigers It was an uncomfortable feeling that Mayfield fans simply are not accustomed to. Not only were the Cardinals trailing in the Second Half, it was to an unranked team, and one from the Western part of the State. That combination simply has not seemed plausible over the tenure of Mayfield’s historic past, let alone when the Cardinals entered as the #1 team in their respective class. Trailing 16-14 to Hopkinsville heading into the 4th Quarter and facing a Tiger Offense that simply continued to make plays and convert 3rd Downs, Cardinal fans... Read More →


Bluegrasspreps' Eastern Kentucky Power Rankings 9-1

By ATLCat - 1. Johnson Central Golden Eagles (4A, 2-0)- The Golden Eagles are comfortably in the catbird seat after an impressive win over Capital, WV as well as seeing the same Lafayette team they dismantled play Scott County tough. 2. Belfry Pirates (3A, 2-0)- The Pirates defense rose to the occasion in the 2nd Half and the Belfry playmakers made plays defeating LCA. The Pirates get an off week before getting a very tough test in Ohio. 3. Corbin Redhounds (4A, 2-0)- Corbin is getting good at winning over Tennessee teams in their Pigskin Classic, this time knocking off a well-regarded Notre Dame... Read More →


Class 5A Notebook (9/1): Instability at the top

By DevilMayCare - Frederick Douglass' roster full of D1 talent persuaded BGP to anoint the Broncos as pre-season top dog in 5A. But over the course of two hours on August 16th, Trinity swiftly began removing the shine from FD's sterling finish. Though it was only a scrimmage, it was as hyped up a scrimmage as we've seen in recent memory, and the result left a bad taste in the mouth of anyone looking for the Broncos to run away with their new class. The lingering doubt from that PrepSpin streamed shellacking carried over into the regular season and left the door wide open for someone else to walk through and... Read More →


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