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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 →


Boyle County may be a work in progress, but progress has been good so far

By thegeneral - Dog bites man. The sun sets in the west. Boyle County is pretty good. Perhaps none of those things qualifies as news, but the latter item might at least be a least a little surprising to those who had written this off as a rebuilding season for the Rebels. A month ago, Boyle had more question marks than “The Riddler’s” green bodysuit. The defense was made up almost entirely of first-year starters, the offensive and defensive lines had been reconstructed, and the sheer volume of youth and inexperience left many wondering what kind of year it might be at Boyle. Read More →


Beechwood Tiger Insider - Week Four

By EyeOfTheTiger - Week Three Recap It was a good week on the football field in Tiger land. The varsity took on the Holy Cross Indians and posted a solid win, 34-7. With the tough out of district schedule the Tigers play, this was a good game for the Tigers to get fine tuned for a difficult three week run against big schools. Sophomore QB Kyle Fieger was the offensive star versus Holy Cross, throwing 4 TD passes and running for another TD. The defense was tested again by the run as Holy Cross put their offense into the hands of outstanding RB Jalen Beal. The Tigers did a good job of containing the fast and... Read More →


Inside Capital City Football - Week 5 edition

By CoachBuckett - Inside Capital City Football Franklin County was victorious Friday night over the Frankfort High Panthers 51-36. The game was a high scoring affair with neither team came away happy with the way their defense played. We did get to see a lot offense with the Flyers rushing their way to victory led by a pair of running backs Chris Robert rushed for 196 yards and his teammate Lorenzo McCaskell rushed for 146 yards. As for the Panthers they had more success in the air with quarterback Anthony Robison throwing for 270 yards and 4 touchdowns. Franklin County this week will host traditional... Read More →


SCKY Quarterbacks – Checking in on the Signal Callers

By DragonFire - SCKY Quarterbacks – Checking in on the Signal Callers A quick look on how the most visible players on the field are doing for the local teams. The standout in the area has unquestionably been Bowling Green’s Devin Hayes. Hayes is 40/60 on the year for a 67% completion percentage, and leads the area in passing yardage with 690 yards. This despite playing one game less than the others. Even more impressively, Hayes has thrown for 10 scores without sending any passes into the arms of the other team. During a national 7 on 7 tournament this summer, Hayes went the entire tournament... Read More →


Inside Western Kentucky Football: September 18

By The Scribe - Border Whipping Caldwell County and Trigg County have the second-longest continuous series in western Kentucky, and Caldwell claimed the latest round with a convincing 49-13 win over Trigg. As a result, Caldwell County took home the inaugural 139 Bowl trophy. Caldwell County racked up 404 yards of offense and 19 first downs – just in the first half. Junior quarterback Elijah Sindelar was 18-of-25 passing for 318 yards and four touchdowns. He also ran for a pair of scores as Caldwell County built a 42-7 halftime lead. Read More →


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