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Inside Mountain Football (9/16/13)

By All State Baseball - The week in review. - Belfry defeated Southwestern 38-27. Pirates got 337 rushing yards in the win. Belfry improves to 3-0 while Southwestern falls to 0-4. - Hazard defeated Somerset 32-28. The fans got their money’s worth in this game. The Bulldogs got 287 rush yards to go along with 123 pass yards in the win. Hazard improves to 2-1 on the season while Somerset falls to 1-3. - Magoffin County defeated Estill County 44-21. The Hornets got 316 yards on the ground and 172 yards through the air. Estill County got 257 yards on the ground and 125 yards... Read More →


Bluegrass Area Update - week 4

By Bluegrasscard - Bluegrass Teams Update - Week 4 The Knights find their running game – again Last year when the Lexington Catholic Knights found themselves behind in two critical games against their in-district rival Boyle County it was the running game that came through and saved the day. At the start of 2013 it looked the running game was again put on the back shelf with mediocre results against the Bowling Green Purples and St. X Tigers. But in the last two weeks the Knights have re-discovered the running game. The Knights had 268 yards running against 6A Lafayette and 236 yards... Read More →


Saint Xavier Insider- Week 4

By AvidTiger - The Saint Xavier Tigers defeated the Fairdale Bulldogs 50-0 on Friday evening to improve their record to 3-1. They now travel to Cincinnati this Friday to face the Moeller Crusaders(3-0) who beat the Tigers last season 34-27 on their home turf en route to a state championship in Cincinnati. Offense Last week the Tigers looked as they should against the Fairdale defense. Walker scored two douchdowns on 5 carries and the starters only played 2 possessions. Nagle remains the starting QB, though he didn't attempt a pass this week so who knows if improvement was made. Defense While not... Read More →


Inside the Southeastern Six Football (9-15-13)

By Les - Week Three is now official, and we’ve got one team left undefeated in the Southeastern Six — the Corbin Redhounds. Corbin handled Danville with ease, and is off to its best start since 2009 when Steve Jewell’s Redhounds opened with a 5-0 mark. The Redhounds are much-improved, I’m just hesitant to put them at the top spot of the Southeastern Six rankings just yet. Jewell’s squad’s first four opponents have a combined record of 2-13. Their upcoming game against Wayne County in a couple of weeks will allow me to gauge Corbin a bit better, but make no doubt about it, this team has... Read More →



Inside North-Eastern Kentucky Football (9-14-13)

By Ram - The Week in Review: Raceland 55 Greenup County 18 Yep, after their first win since 2010, Greenup County came into this game fired up and confident. But, the size and experience of the Rams was just too much for the Musketeers. Raceland’s offensive/defensive line gave a dominate performance. Greenup County scored several times early on big plays then Raceland’s experience took over while the Rams racked up 480 yards of offense. South Point 23 Boyd County 19 The Pointers scored late in the fourth quarter to come from behind and spoil Boyd County’s plan for the first win of the... Read More →


Trinity Insider for the week of 9/20- Open Date

By thsrocks - This week is the first of two open weeks this season for Trinity. The Shamrocks are 1-3 and the next opponent scheduled for 9/27 is Cathedral of Indianapolis. Trinity fell victim to Colerain from suburban Cincinnati. The Cardinals are currently a consensus top 50 team in the USA. The Rocks other losses have come to Ensworth (TN), and Lawrence Central (IN). The lone victory is over Carmel (IN). I will cover more about these teams a little later. Trinity, through necessity, has stepped up the level of difficulty in their scheduling practices. The team has taken some lumps or “black eyes” as... Read More →


Trigg County, Caldwell County to debut 139 Bowl Trophy Friday

By The Scribe - Only 20 miles separate Cadiz and Princeton and the county schools located there – Trigg County and Caldwell County. As a result, the schools represent the longest continuous series for each other on the football field – with games played between Trigg and Caldwell every year back to 1954. Caldwell County leads the all-time series 37-22-1, but Trigg County has won four of five and eight of the last 11 games in the series. When the teams meet Friday night, they will be playing once again for bragging rights and for the first time, a traveling trophy. The game has been renamed the... Read More →


South-Central Kentucky Football - Top 5 Running Backs So Far

By DragonFire - South-Central Kentucky Football - Top 5 Running Backs So Far A quick look at where we stand for the best runners in the South-Central Kentucky Area. 1) Blue Tisdale, Sr., Bowling Green – 30 Rushes, 222 Yards (7.4 YPC), 1 Touchdown. 5 Receptions, 111 Yards, 1 Touchdown. – The most talented back in the area running behind the most talented line. It’s really not fair to the teams he squares off against. Tisdale lost a chance to boost his stats when Bowling Green’s second scheduled game against Bryan Station was rained out, but is still averaging north of 100 yards per game and boasts a... Read More →


Inside Capital City Football - 4th edition

By CoachBuckett - Inside Capital City Football Week 3 Franklin County Flyers travel to Oldham County and picked up their first road win of the season defeating Oldham County 56-17 and improve to 3-0 on the season. The Flyers last week had a balanced attack on offense putting up over 300 yards rushing and 390 yards passing. This year’s Flyers defensive has really stepped up only giving up an average of 11.3 points per game. The Frankfort Panthers picked up their first win of the season at home Friday night against the Green County Dragons and improve their record to 1-1. The young Panthers relied heavy... Read More →


Mercer might be headed toward its best season since 'that' season

By thegeneral - The last time folks outside of central Kentucky paid much attention to Mercer County was in 2006, when it made off with the Class AA championship in 2006. It’s time to take notice of the Titans again. This Mercer team isn’t yet being considered a championship contender, but it is doing things it hasn’t done since that special season seven years ago — and even longer, in at least one case. To put it simply, the Titans are winning. They have won their first three games out of the gate, giving them their best start since 2006, when they went 15-0. And they are on track for a second... Read More →


Inside Western Kentucky Football: September 12

By The Scribe - Tilghman left seeing Red Mayfield held on to beat Paducah Tilghman 28-21 in the 100th meeting between the two schools. Stuart Mills rushed 41 times for 183 yards and a touchdown to lead the Cardinals to their eighth straight win over the Blue Tornado dating back to 2005. Mayfield leads the all-time series 46-44-10. The schools have played every year since 1921. Read More →


Corbin and Knox Central — still unbeaten

By Les - We’re three weeks into the high school football season and they’re only two teams remaining in the Southeastern Six that is sporting an unbeaten record. Yep, both Knox Central and Corbin are 3-0 with hopes of extending their win streaks to four games Friday. The Panthers are going to have a hard game on the road against Harlan County while Corbin will host rival Danville at Campbell Field. So how did these two teams get to 3-0 and how have they remained unbeaten? Let’s take a closer look. Knox Central How the Panthers have reached the 3-0 plateau The Panthers opened the season with a... Read More →


"Winning Isn't Everything, It's the Only Thing"

By Ram - “Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing” -- Vince Lombardi It’s easy for those that love football to get caught up in the success of the great programs around the state. You can often read debates about this team is great and is better then all other teams because............ We all know the great teams, we all know their accomplishments and accolades. While all these great teams are out trying to win another big game, there are other teams, teams that you may have never heard of, or not heard much about, who are fighting to make history just as much as the great teams. ... Read More →


Rivalries

By CoachBuckett - What makes a team your rival? As I think about all the great rival games in high school football across the state I wonder what really makes that game a rivalry. There are games such as Trinity and Saint Xavier or Male and Manual. Also there are rivals like Mayfield and Paducah Tilghman that have been going on for a 100 years. Everyone will argue what the best rival game in the state. I am not here to debate who is the best. Because the one thing I have learned is every rivalry is important. I am more focused on what makes two teams a rival? Is what makes a good rival game based on... Read More →


Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (9-10-13)

By DragonFire - Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (9-10-13) -You may not have heard (it’s been REAL hush-hush) but Bowling Green (2-0) has a pretty good team. They continued their drive for another undefeated season with a third straight victory over St. X, 39-25, in their 32nd straight win overall. With that hurdle cleared, the only uncertainties that remain are their games against two teams from Tennessee. We already know they will defeat every Kentucky team they play. Good chance they’d defeat every team in Kentucky this year if they were to go head to head…. -South Warren (3-0) is also... Read More →


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