Youth Football Scores Sept.16th and 17th

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    Youth Football Scores Sept.16th and 17th

    South Kenton Junior youth beat Taylor Mill Junior Youth 21 to 0.


    Taylor Mill Juniors beat Walton Juniors I believe the score was 14 to 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    South Kenton Junior youth beat Taylor Mill Junior Youth 21 to 0.


    Taylor Mill Juniors beat Walton Juniors I believe the score was 14 to 8.
    That Junior game was a rematch of the Super Bowl two years ago right? TME beat Walton in that game I believe. Sounds like quite a game.

    I know TME Midgets defeated Walton Midgets, 21-0... Also heard, Union Midgets pounded Boone County Rebels...last score I heard there was 22-0 at half.

    Any other results from today?

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    Union Raider Midget Youth beat Boone County 19-0

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    Spartan Midgets defeat Dayton, 33-0.

    With Taylor Mill's dismantling of Walton yesterday, next Saturday's lower division matchup between Taylor Mill (3-1 in NKYFL lower division) vs. Ludlow (4-0) at the amazing Mills Road Park becomes one of next week's NKYFL games of the week.

    Ludlow currently holds the #1 seed and can lock it down with a win over Taylor Mill, who would then likely become the #3 seed, locking up #2 for the Spartans (5-1). The Spartans mollywhipped Taylor Mill earlier in the season, 21-6, to give them the head to head tie breaker in any two way tie scenarios.

    If Taylor Mill, however, upsets Ludlow and there are no upsets along the way, then the three teams would be in a 3-way tie for the #1 seed and a coin flip would be the tie breaker.

    The Ludlow-Taylor Mill game should be a great game to watch, with Ludlow being a pretty heavy favorite. They are a big, physical team that comes at teams with a variety of blitzes. Taylor Mill has some nice skill position players - including their QB who is one of the top players in the league - and runs a solid spread offense, but will struggle mightily to block the Panthers front seven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrosefStalin View Post
    Spartan Midgets defeat Dayton, 33-0.

    With Taylor Mill's dismantling of Walton yesterday, next Saturday's lower division matchup between Taylor Mill (3-1 in NKYFL lower division) vs. Ludlow (4-0) at the amazing Mills Road Park becomes one of next week's NKYFL games of the week.

    Ludlow currently holds the #1 seed and can lock it down with a win over Taylor Mill, who would then likely become the #3 seed, locking up #2 for the Spartans (5-1). The Spartans mollywhipped Taylor Mill earlier in the season, 21-6, to give them the head to head tie breaker in any two way tie scenarios.

    If Taylor Mill, however, upsets Ludlow and there are no upsets along the way, then the three teams would be in a 3-way tie for the #1 seed and a coin flip would be the tie breaker.

    The Ludlow-Taylor Mill game should be a great game to watch, with Ludlow being a pretty heavy favorite. They are a big, physical team that comes at teams with a variety of blitzes. Taylor Mill has some nice skill position players - including their QB who is one of the top players in the league - and runs a solid spread offense, but will struggle mightily to block the Panthers front seven.
    Playoffs are not by seed anymore. Blind draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    Playoffs are not by seed anymore. Blind draw.
    Nope. Seeded. Not sure where you got that from, but definitely seeded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrosefStalin View Post
    Nope. Seeded. Not sure where you got that from, but definitely seeded.
    Pretty sure they changed it this year.

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    The change was midget/junior youth playoffs went from being blind draw to seeded.

    Would make no sense to not seed midgets/juniors. For years, the youth divisions were unseeded due to so many teams not having the numbers to have youth teams which led to imbalance of games/strength of competition. Because of this, the wise elders of the NKYFL decided to make the youth side blind draw. And, well, that caused some problems.....hence this change.

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