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Fantasy Pick-Ups

By JokersWild24 - *** This list has a lot of flavor. Whether you are in a standard, PPR, keeper, auction, or some combination of those, you'll find some variety and suggestions here. Feel free to list your own or your thoughts on those listed as well. Read More →

St. Xavier Tigers Notebook

By LongTimeReader - Last Week St. X 35 Trinity 21 Record 5-2 Recap Read More →

Mountain Football Notebook (10/5/14)

By All State Baseball - 1. Bourbon County 38, Estill County 28 Bourbon County hosted the Estill County Engineers on Friday. Bourbon County had demolished Estill over the past few season’s, Bourbon was hoping that the result would still be the same as Estill County was hoping for an upset. It wouldn’t take the Engineers long to take a 7-0 lead as Trevor Jones would run it in from 5 yards out and Levi Tipton’s extra point kick would be good. Bourbon County would answer right back with a 3 yard run by Brent Holman. Landon Bowman’s kick would tie the game at 7-7 and it would stay that way going to the second... Read More →

Trinity at duPont Manual preview

By thsrocks - Trinity (4-3) travels to duPont Manual Stadium to face the duPont Manual Crimsons (6-0) this Friday evening. The kickoff is set for 7:30PM. The Rocks fell to St. Xavier (5-2) 35-21 this past Friday. The Crimsons defeated the Butler Bears (3-2) 35-0 in Shively, KY last Thursday evening. The Crimsons offense, which is averaging nearly 34 points per game, is led by QB Tim Comstock. The rushing attack is led by Trae Gordon, Andre Teague, and Reece West. Jalen Carter and William Blackford anchor the receiving corps. The duPont Manual defense has allowed only 21 points this season (less than 4... Read More →

Collins Notebook 10-1-14

By blueandblack14 - Even though they were playing an overmatched opponent, it was great to see the Collins offense finally get going last Friday night, putting up 51 points against Atherton, including 37 in the first half. Freshman Nasean Roseberry, a future star for the Titans, ran for 123 yards on 8 carries and scored his second touchdown of the year. Fellow freshman JR Lucas rushed for 11 yards and passed for 76 yards and 2 touchdowns after replacing Browning Becherer, who threw for 101 yards and 3 touchdowns. EJ Burk was the top receiver as he has been all year, catching 4 passes for 103 yards and 4... Read More →

Bell County Week 5 Review

By Commander 25 - Bell County opens up district play with a win against Wayne County. The Bobcats beat the visiting Cardinals 19-0. It was a hard fought game. The Bobcats finished with 259 total yards to Wayne Countys 182. Bell had 204 yards on the ground on 37 attempts. Wayne was held to 57 on 25. The Cardinals had 125 through the air on 12-25 with 3 interceptions. Bell had 55 yards passing 4-12 and no interceptions. Bell County Stats Treyton Humfleet with 73 yards on 7 rushes with a TD Austin Caldwell with 62 yards on 8 rushes Chase Woolum with 33 yards on 11 rushes Evan Brock with 25 yards on 4... Read More →

St. Xavier Tigers Notebook

By LongTimeReader - Last Week St. X 46 Central 6 The Tigers improved their record to 4-2 with a 46-6 win over the Central Yellowjackets. The Tigers got the scoring going when Central fumbled on the first play of the game and the Tigers recovered, which set up the Tigers at Central's 20 yard line. Senior running back Taijon Smith first carry of the game was a 20 yard TD run. That was all the Tigers needed as they rolled to a 40-0 halftime lead. Starting quarterback, Noah Houk finished 5 for 8 passing for 78 yards and two TDs and Smith finished the game with 95 yards on 16 carries and two scores. The two... Read More →

Mountain Football Notebook (9/28/14)

By All State Baseball - 1. Estill County 62, Powell County 6 Estill County hosted arch rival and district opponent Powell County Pirates on Friday in what was hoping to be another classic between these two as it had been the past two seasons. This would not be the case on this night as Estill would roll past Powell County 62-6. Estill County would score on their first 2 of 3 possessions both coming on long touchdowns run. Trevor Jones from 54 yards out and Chipper Hitchcock from 78 yards out. Powell County would get on the scoreboard in the second quarter but it was little too late as the Engineers would roll... Read More →

Trinity season updated and headed into "Beat St X Week"

By thsrocks - Trinity (4-2) travels to Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium to face the St. Xavier Tigers (4-2) for their annual grudge match this Friday evening. The kickoff set for 8:00PM. The Tigers defeated Central 46-6 this past week. Trinity defeated the Cathedral (IN) Irish 31-19 in Indianapolis for their fourth consecutive win last Friday. Offensively, the Rocks have scored thirty or more points in each of their four wins. Senior QB Ryan Young (6’ 185 lbs) has succeeded in directing the Shamrocks attack the past two weeks. Young missed the previous two games due to injury. In 2014, Young has completed... Read More →

Frankfort High Notebook 09/24/2012

By CoachBuckett - Frankfort High Notebook 09/24/2014 The Bluegrass Preps Class A #2 Frankfort High Panthers had a difficult emotional two weeks of the season last couple of weeks taking on their 2 cross town rivals. This week it doesn’t get any easier with Homecoming festivities and trying to prepare for a very capable Class 2A Lexington Christian team (3-1). The Panther picked up their 3rd win last of the season last week knocking off Western Hills. Last week the Panthers get off to a quick start by forcing a 3 and out followed by a 2 play scoring drive. Then the defense had another great series... Read More →

Week 4 Fantasy Football Targets

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Week 4 Fantasy Football Targets

By JokersWild24 - According to your league size and settings, maybe some of these guys are worth taking a flyer on. What does everyone else think???? Alfred Blue – RB – Houston: Just like former Tennessee Volunteer Arain Foster will probably never realize his dream of “owning his own Philosophy store”, he’ll probably never have a fully healthy NFL season either. Jordan Matthews – WR – Philadelphia: Read More →

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 →