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Inside North-Eastern Kentucky Football (10-09-13)

By Ram - Another week of predictable games in the area, with only a few minor surprises. Many would have predicted a Greenup County victory over Rowan County, but someone forgot to tell the Vikings. As predicted last week in this article, you may be surprised by the margin of victory in the Ashland/Boyd County game, but don’t be fooled, Ashland is working on some things to be better prepared for the playoffs. So, let’s get on with looking at the game around the area. The Week in Review Ashland 28 Boyd County 6 The Tomcats got the win but more importantly, they got better. The last two... Read More →


Beechwood Tiger Insider - Week Seven

By EyeOfTheTiger - Beechwood Tiger Insider - Week Seven Week Six Recap The Tigers hosted one of their biggest rivals last week when the Covington Catholic Colonels came to Ft. Mitchell. There was a big crowd on hand for a Thursday night televised game. It was a promising start for the Tigers as they took the opening kickoff and moved downfield rather easily. They stalled at the Cov Cath 25 but then the Colonels fumbled on their first play. The Tigers then moved to first and goal but a fumble of a center snap turned the ball back over to the Colonels at the one yard line. Despite controlling most of the 1st... Read More →


Inside NKY Football (10/8)

By Walter - It was another exciting week of Northern Kentucky football as we saw some close games, a few blowouts, and some huge individual performances. Let’s take a look back at the action from week 6: Conner 26 Cooper 21 The Jags drove down the field and scored with 2:01 to play but that was just enough time for Kentucky commit Drew Barker to lead his team to victory. With 1:33 remaining, Barker found Ryan Romey across the middle for a 62 yard touchdown that would hold up to move the Cougars to 4-2 and drop Cooper to 2-5. Romey finished the game with just 20 yards rushing but had 70 yards... Read More →


Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (10-7-13)

By DragonFire - Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (10-7-13) -Bowling Green (6-0) won by a pretty sizable 91-10 margin over Logan County. ”]You may have ”]seen a thread ”]or two about it. 63 first half points, 8 first half TDs for Hayes, most points in BG history….. the list of accolades for this year’s team goes on and on and on and on. -There is no doubt that their 28-7 win over Owensboro in Rash Stadium was Warren Central’s (4-3) best win of the season. After dropping three games to decent to good teams and then annihilating three poor teams, the Dragons proved that they could go beat a good... Read More →



Getting a College Football Scholarship - Part 4

By Ram - This is part four of a four part series on college recruiting and scholarship acquisition. This is a topic that is widely misunderstood and complicated. Every year, I know of several players who could have received money for college though football but could not because they were not educated in the recruiting process. What is the difference between an “Official” and an “Unofficial” visit? A common question parents of college recruits have. The simple difference is: who is paying? Unofficial Visits are much more common, and will encompass the majority of a players college visits. ... Read More →


Inside capital City Football Week 8

By CoachBuckett - Inside Capital City Football Franklin County continues to roll as they defeated East Jessamine this past Friday night 45-0 and improve their record to 7-0 on the season and 2-0 in district play. Though the score ended up being a bigger margin the game started out a little slow by the Flyers. They got things going in the second half and went on with Lorenzo McCaskell scoring on their opening drive. Next defensive series the Flyers defensive came to life and held the Jaguars on 4th down. The Flyers scored on their next possession putting the game out of reach with a 31-0 lead. The flyer... Read More →


Trinity Insider for the week of 10/11

By thsrocks - The Shamrocks (3-3) next game is with the DuPont Manual Crimsons. The Crimsons visit Marshall Stadium on Friday evening with kickoff set for 7:30PM. Manual comes into this matchup undefeated with 6 wins on the season. The Crimsons defeated the Butler Bears 18-14 this past Thursday. Their other victories came at the expense of Central, Fern Creek, Pleasure Ridge Park, Seneca, and Ballard. Trinity QB Reggie Bonnafon completed 14 of 20 pass attempts for 215 yards versus St. Xavier. Bonnafon rushed for 42 yards on 11 carries. Game MVP RB Donald Brooks ran for 114 yards on 23 rushes and two... Read More →


Inside Wilderness Trace Football (10-6-13)

By thegeneral - A weekly notebook focusing on Boyle County, Danville and Mercer County, with additional info on other nearby teams: LOOKING BACK Boyle County 22, Lexington Catholic 13 Boyle (7-0, 4-0 District 4A-5) came up big on defense in its biggest game of the year to defeat Lexington Catholic (4-3, 1-1) for the first time since 2010. The Rebels stopped the Knights 22 points short of their season average, and while the Knights outgained the Rebels with 330 yards on offense, that was their second-lowest total of the season. Boyle’s Levi McKinney intercepted a pass with 2:43 remaining to deny... Read More →


Giving out grades to Bell County, Corbin and Harlan County

By Les - There’s no better time to give each team in the Southeastern Six an overall grade than now. Most teams have six or seven games under their belt so far this season, except for Williamsburg, who ahs played five games, so with that said, there is no time better than the present to see where each teams stands heading into the crucial part of the season. I’ll be grading Bell County, Corbin and Harlan County this week, and Knox Central, Whitley County and Williamsburg the following week. Bell County (4-2) — The Bobcats have played pretty good at times this season, but their 41-6 loss to Wayne... Read More →


Inside the Southeastern Six Football (10-6-13)

By Les - The Southeastern Six only had three games slated in Week 6 with Harlan County (3-3), Whitley County (0-6) and Williamsburg (3-2) off, but Bell County, Corbin and Knox Central did manage to play. The Redhounds’ 35-28 loss to Wayne County, signified two things in Week Six — 1. Corbin suffered its first loss of the season, meaning no team in the Southeastern Six will go unbeaten and 2. The win over the Redhounds, pretty much locks up the No. 1 seed in the district for Wayne County. Southeastern Six Player of the Week Jonathan Gist, Knox Central Gist had been out due to a calf strain,... Read More →


Bobcats, Hornets slug it out, Bobcats survive 55-49

By All State Baseball - On a Thursday night in early October, October 3rd to be exact, most high school teams were preparing for their game the next day but on this night their would be a football game as the Breathitt County Bobcats traveled to Salyersville to take on the Magoffin County Hornets in a huge district game. Breathitt County would get on the board first and quickly on a 23 yard touchdown pass from Adam White to Wes Noble, Joe Erp’s extra point attempt was blocked, Breathitt lead 6-0 but not for long as Matt Patton would return the insuing kickoff 80 yards back for the Magoffin County touchdown,... Read More →


Inside Mountain Football (10/4/13)

By All State Baseball - Week 6 of the 2013 Kentucky high school football season has came and gone. Here’s a recap from all the action. Hazard 24, Prestonsburg 14 The Hazard Bulldogs made the haul to Prestonsburg to take on the Blackcats. Hazard would get on the board first on a 29 yard touchdown run by Kody Arnett, Tanner Morgan to Chris Hudson for the two point conversion pass. Hazard 8-0 and it would stay that way going into the second quarter. The Blackcats would strike and be the only team to score in the second quarter and it came on a 32 yard touchdown pass from Jared Jarrell to Daniel Frazier. ... Read More →


Inside Western Kentucky Football: October 3

By The Scribe - Five Games to Watch Murray (2-3) at Ballard Memorial (5-1) – The winner of this district battle most likely gets a first round home game in the playoffs. Murray had last week off to prepare for the Bombers, who were hammered 63-28 by Caldwell County for their first loss of the season. The key for Ballard is to contain the Murray ground game and get them off the field on third down. For Murray, they have to limit Ballard Memorial’s big play potential. PREDICTION – Murray 28 Ballard Memorial 20 McCracken County (3-2) at Graves County (4-1) – Two of the better quarterbacks in... Read More →


10 Favorites for Mr. Football

By The Scribe - Just past the midpoint of the season, the race for Mr. Football is still wide open although some candidates have begun to separate themselves from the field. One common misconception is that players headed to the University of Kentucky have an inside track to the award. However, just one of the last seven winners has gone on to play for the Wildcats (Patrick Towles, 2011). Conner quarterback Drew Barker has committed to play at UK and appears to be the early favorite, but there is still a long way to go before they hand out the award. Here is a look at the top 10... Read More →


Boyle County-Lexington Catholic rivalry was good from the start

By thegeneral - From the very first time Boyle County and Lexington Catholic played, you could tell this series was going to be something. But there was no way to know it was going to be this good. There are better, older, more storied and more bitter rivalries out there, but for most of the last two decades, few series have been more compelling than Boyle-Catholic. They will face off again Friday at Rebel Stadium in a matchup of two of the state’s best Class 4A teams. Fans on both sides fully expect that it will be the first of two meetings this season between the Rebels and Knights, because that has... Read More →


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