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Western Kentucky producing a strong crop of quarterbacks

By The Scribe - There is no shortage of talent at the quarterback position in western Kentucky this year. And every Friday night, these players draw comparisons to either local high school greats of the past or current quarterbacks who play on Saturday afternoons. And some of the comparisons go deeper than just what they do on the field. Elijah Sindelar (Caldwell County) – The most talked about player west of I-65 is the Caldwell County signal caller. Sindelar proves each week that he can beat you with his arm and with his legs. The junior has thrown for 1,224 yards in five games, with 18... Read More →


Can Wayne County put an end to Bell County's 31-game district win streak?

By Les - Bell County’s 31-game district win streak will be on the line Friday on the road against high-flying Wayne County. Friday’s game has been circled my many high school football fans for many months to see who will get the inside track of grabbing the top seed in one of Class 3A’s toughest districts. Both teams enter Friday’s game with a lot of momentum. The defending district champion Bell County Bobcats are 3-2 on the season with wins over Marion County (17-10), Whitley County (21-14) and Knox Central (34-12) while their losses have come against South Pittsburg, Tenn. (35-20) and... Read More →


South-Central Kentucky Football: Video Game Numbers

By DragonFire - Video Game Numbers That’s one way of describing some of the crazy numbers that were put up last Friday night by players on the local teams. Unconsciously, it seemed that different teams were trying to one-up performances they hadn’t even seen or heard about. None were bigger than the incredible performance by Eli Brown. Brown is a Vanderbilt commit that typically plays linebacker and running back. For the first time in his career, he was called on to play quarterback in their game against Hopkinsville on Friday. Usual starter Antwan Gilbert was not available, and the preseason... Read More →


Inside NKY Footall: 9/23

By Walter - For most teams, this past week was the final “tune up” before preparing for the part of the schedule that actually means something. District play. Let’s take a look back at the action from the previous Friday and see which teams gained momentum heading in to the second half of their season. Bellevue 48 Carroll County 6 After dropping games in back to back weeks, the Tigers rebounded in a big way with a dominating performance over 2A Carroll County. Bellevue was led by the duo of Tyler Ackerson ( 111 rushing yards, 132 passing yards) and Dylan Huff (103 rushing yards, 52 receiving yards).... Read More →



Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (9-23-13)

By DragonFire - Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (9-23-13) -It took a comeback effort, but Bowling Green (4-0) kept their win streak alive, extending it to 34 games with a 40-36 win at McCallie School in Chattanooga. The Purples trailed by as much as 11 points in the third quarter, but utilized a Fant TD return on a kickoff and two long drives to secure the win. The score was 36-33 following Fant’s TD, and the Purples took the lead following a 14 play drive that went 99 yards. The first 13 plays were all runs. After a crucial INT with 7:38 left, the Purples again grinded it out, running 13... Read More →


Inside Bluegrass Football - Week 5

By Bluegrasscard - Bluegrass Teams Update - Week 5 Congratulation to the Bulldogs The Dunbar Bulldogs, under first year coach, Paul Rains, got a much coveted win against in-city rival Lafayette. This ended a five game losing streak for the up-and-coming Bulldogs against the Generals. Rebuilding Year? Read More →


Mascot Search

By CoachBuckett - Trying to find the perfect mascot. Behind every athletic team across the world we find a Mascot. What is the thought process in selecting team mascots? As I took the time this weekend to look at the mascots for each of the football playing schools in Kentucky I am puzzled as to how schools decided on a mascot. I give the state credit we have a wide variety of mascots that represent the athletic teams across our great state. We actually have 85 different mascots being used by teams. Because I was unsure how Mascots where selected I thought I would Google to find out? The number one thing... Read More →


Getting a College Football Scholarship - Part 2

By Ram - Getting a College Football Scholarship - Part 2 This is part two of a, more then likely, 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. “My son wants a College Football Scholarship, now what?” A common thought for parents of players who want to help pay for their education by playing football. Don’t worry, you are not the only one who... Read More →


St. Xavier Insider- Week 5

By AvidTiger - The Tigers fell to the Moeller Crusaders(OH) in Cincinnati on Friday night in a game full of rain, fumbles, and penalties. The Tigers record is now 3-2 while the Crusaders improved to 4-0. The Crusaders are now preparing to face Cincinnati St. Xavier as they begin GCL play. The Tigers are moving along in preparation for another OOD game versus the Central Yellow-Jackets. Offense The Tiger offense didn't struggle to move the ball outside of the redzone, but once they reached the redzone the story changed. The Tigers were held to two field goals and only scored one touchdown. Besides the... Read More →


Inside Wilderness Trace Football (9-22-13)

By thegeneral - A weekly notebook focusing on Boyle County, Danville and Mercer County, with occasional info on other nearby teams: LOOKING BACK Boyle County 34, George Rogers Clark 17 Boyle (5-0) scored 34 unanswerd points in the third quarter after Clark (1-4) took a 10-0 lead in the second quarter to improve to 4-0 this season against teams from higher classificiations. Running back Seph Burke led the Rebels’ rally with 138 rushing yards in the second half, and he finished with 161 yards on 14 attempts. Burke scored Boyle’s first touchdown on a 17-yard run less than a minute into the second half,... Read More →


Perry County Central scores late, edges Breathitt County 20-14

By All State Baseball - The Commodores and coach Justin Haddix traveled to Jackson to take on Coach Haddix alma mater, Breathitt County. Breathitt County got on the scoreboard first courtesy of a 65 yard touchdown pass from Adam White to James Collins, Joe Erp would come on and get the extra point kick. Perry Central would answer with a 26 yard touchdown run by Nathan Pray, Perry’s attempt at a two point conversion would fail, making the score 7-6 Breathitt County going into the second quarter. Perry would be the only team to score in the second quarter and that came on a 75 yard touchdown pass from Nathan... Read More →


Inside Mountain Football (9/22/13)

By All State Baseball - Week 4 of the 2013 Kentucky High School Football Season has came and gone. Here’s a recap of all the action. Perry County Central 20, Breathitt County 14 The Commodores and coach Justin Haddix traveled to Jackson to take on Coach Haddix alma mater, Breathitt County. Breathitt County got on the scoreboard first courtesy of a 65 yard touchdown pass from Adam White to James Collins, Joe Erp would come on and get the extra point kick. Perry Central would answer with a 26 yard touchdown run by Nathan Pray, Perry’s attempt at a two point conversion would fail, making the score 7-6... Read More →


Inside North-Eastern Kentucky Football (9-22-13)

By Ram - The Week In Review: Raceland 42 Coal Grove (OH) 33 The Ram’s dominate offensive and defensive line was tested this week facing a team with a very similar set of linemen. Coach Grove has a large group of linemen and Raceland’s linemen were up to the test. Coal Grove proved to be a formidable opponent for the Rams and the Rams will be better prepared for the playoffs because of this game. Ashland 42 Ironton (OH) 20 The Tomcats are proving to be a team on the move. It also looks like the deciding factor is Quinten Baker. Every game that Baker has rushed for 200 yards has been a big... Read More →


Inside the Southeastern Six Football (9-22-13)

By Les - Week Three is now finished, and the big question is — do we know any more about our teams in the Southeastern Six? I say yes. Corbin remained unbeaten at 5-0 by blitzing South Laurel, 53-0, on the road. This is the same Cardinal team that dropped a 36-7 decision to Wayne County in Week One. So what does the 53-point win for Corbin mean? I’m not sure, but the Redhounds will have this week off to prepare for Week 6’s big match-up with Wayne County. Bell County picked up a HUGE and convincing win over Knox Central on the road while Harlan County found itself down 36-0 to Johnson Central... Read More →


Trinity Insider for the week of 9/27

By thsrocks - Trinity hosts Indianapolis Cathedral this Friday. The Rocks come off an open week. The Irish are trying to rebound from a hard fought loss to Cincinnati St. Xavier. Trinity is 1-3 and will contest the balance of the regular season in Jefferson County. The home game with Cathedral will be followed by the annual clash with Louisville St. Xavier at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Manual will visit Marshall Stadium before the Rocks venture to Male to finish district play. After another open week, Trinity will host Archbishop Moeller in the regular season finale. Trinity QB Reggie... Read More →


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