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Inside Wilderness Trace Football (9-8-13)

By thegeneral - Inside Wilderness Trace Football A weekly notebook focusing on Boyle County, Danville and Mercer County, with occasional info on other nearby teams: LOOKING BACK Boyle County 41, Danville 7 Boyle (3-0) cruised over Danville (1-2) in the crosstown showdown at Admiral Stadium, as the Rebels broke the game open with four second-quarter touchdowns to defeat the Admirals for the fifth time in six years and the 11th time in their last 15 meetings. Levi McKinney scored one touchdown on offense and another on defense, Josiah Robbins threw two touchdown passes and Seph Burke ran for two... Read More →


Inside North-Eastern Kentucky Football (9-8-13)

By Ram - Week in Review Raceland 47 Boyd County 7 The Rams looking to get back on the winning streak after a tough overtime lose to Ashland came in this week with something to prove and they did not disappoint early, taking the opening kickoff 80 yards and scoring on the first play from scrimmage. Raceland only allowed Boyd County one first down in the first half with two Raceland defensive scores. The Raceland offensive and defensive line proved to big and strong for the Lions. Boyd battled the entire game and had some signs of promise in the second half. Ashland 14 George Washington (WV)... Read More →


Bluegrass Area update - Week 3

By Bluegrasscard - Bluegrass Teams Update - Week 3 Who let the Dogs out? Dunbar is one states largest schools in enrollment and is home to a lot of Fayette County top athletes. But with constant coaching changes the program has struggled to find stable footing. In January Dunbar hired Paul Rains and Rains seems to have the Dunbar faithful feeling they have been let out of the dog pound. Dunbar had chance to beat Tates Creek in week 1 and has since posted big wins against East Jessamine and Woodford County. The road gets tougher for the Bulldogs, especially when district games hit... Read More →


Trinity Insider for the week of September 13

By thsrocks - Trinity heads into Friday’s home game versus Colerain of Cincinnati with a 1-2 won-loss record. The Rocks dropped a 17-13 decision to Lawrence Central in Indianapolis this past Friday. This follows an opening game 27-26 loss to Ensworth from Nashville and a 42-35 victory over Carmel, IN last week. The Trinity offense has registered total yardage of 365, 411, and 291 in their three contests. The defense has allowed 346, 244, and 219. The Rocks’ Achilles heel has been special teams miscues. The turnover bug bit Trinity in their loss to Lawrence Central. The fact the Rocks have been... Read More →



Inside the Southeastern Six Football (9-8-13)

By Les - Week Two is in the books, and now we only have two teams left standing — well, I mean undefeated, after seeing Harlan County picking up its first loss of the season after falling to Belfry Friday. Both Corbin and Knox Central remain unbeaten at 3-0 while Bell County and Williamsburg each picked up their second wins of the season and Whitley County fell to 0-3. SOUTHEASTERN 6 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Jonathan Gist, Knox Central For the second straight week, Gist earns the top honors after running for 253 yards in the Panthers’ 28-27 win over Prestonsburg Saturday in Clay County’s Appalachian... Read More →


Inside Mountain Football (9/8/13)

By All State Baseball - Week 2 of the 2013 football season has came and gone and here is the re-cap, in case anyone missed it. Bourbon County 55, Breathitt County 14 The Colonels went to Jackson and left victorious. Bourbon got on the board quickly courtesy of a 23 yard touchdown pass from Dalton Pope to Snoop Johnson, Bourbon would make the extra point kick. Bourbon would add another score on a 2 yard touchdown run by Brent Holman, Dakota Tipton would make it 14-0 with the extra point kick. Breathitt would get on the scoreboard on an 8 yard touchdown run by Jon Collins but the Bobcats would miss the... Read More →


Caldwell County 2013 Week 3 Preview

By DreamKiller - Calls 2A #1, Caldwell County, is headed into a matchup of unbeatens at Class 5A Ohio County tonight. For Caldwell County, star quarterback, Elijah Sindelar, has yet to jell with his stable of receivers so far. Much of the load has been carried by the running backs, Jaylen Boyd and JaMichael Ellis, with Boyd doing most of the dirty work. The passing game has been there just enough to open up the running lanes for Boyd. The defense has given up 22 and 20 points in the the 1st 2 weeks, but a lot of that has been in the late going, after the game is way past decided. Running against these Tigers... Read More →


Saint Xavier Insider- Week 2

By AvidTiger - Going into week three of the season the tigers are a perfect 2-0 in the record book. But the play on the field has Been less than perfect. Heading into what has been dubbed as "game of the year in Kentucky" the tigers still have multiple questions that need to be answered; the biggest question being: can we stop the pass? The question regarding could the tigers pass the ball seems to have been answered this past game against Lex Cath, with Nagle completing 13 of his 28 attempts with one of those being a 75 yard td pass. Offense Last week the tigers rushed for over 200 yards and scored 5... Read More →


Inside Capital City Football

By CoachBuckett - Inside Capital City Football Franklin County Franklin County Flyers have started off the season with 2 wins averaging 50 points a game. Last week Franklin County beat their cross town rival Western Hills. This week the Flyers travel to take on 6A Oldham County 1-1. Oldham County lost to rival North Oldham. This season the Flyers are getting things done on the ground being led by a pair of senior running backs Chris Roberts and Lorenzo McCaskell. Both young men lead the team in rushing and scoring. The Flyers are getting things done on the defensive side of the ball as well. The... Read More →


South-Central Kentucky Football: A Rivalry Game Years in the Making

By DragonFire - A Rivalry Game Years in the Making Fans stood on the sidelines loudly yelling their support for their respective teams. On the field there were several hard hits as each team looked to gain an edge and impose their will. Both sides wanted it, that much was certain. The scene was from the 7 on 7 event at South Warren High School when Greenwood and South Warren squared off against one another. Typically at the event Kentucky teams played Tennessee squads exclusively, but a shortage of teams from Tennessee led South Warren to play on that side, setting up a special rivalry preview of... Read More →


Like Father, Like Son

By Ram - Like Father, Like Son Pedigree doesn’t mean everything, but it sure does give you a sense of security. And, if pedigree is what you are looking for in a running back, look no further then Ashland’s Quenton Baker. Quenton’s father, Al was a standout high school athlete and was able to excel in college. Opponents should know, the apple doesn’t fall from the tree, because Quenton looks to have the potential to be just as good as his father and will only get better over the next two and a half years Al Baker Al, a running back at Trigg County from ’81-’85, still holds the school rushing... Read More →


Thrilling 2012 game once again makes Boyle-Danville one not to miss

By thegeneral - The drama was at its highest, the noise was at its noisest, and everyone in the place wondered what was going to happen next. It was just about then, when Danville-Boyle County game was getting really, really interesting, that one of the players on the bench said something only one other person in the place could hear. Just before the snap of another critical play, the player, a senior, smiled and said, “Man, I’m going to miss this!” At their very best, that’s what rivalry games can do. They can create moments that players and fans can never recapture but can always remember. ... Read More →


Beechwood Tiger Insider - Week Two

By EyeOfTheTiger - Recap of Week One The varsity started the week off with a win versus Lima OH Senior High School. Lima is a D2 school in Ohio with a successful history, including an Ohio D1 championship in 1996. However, in recent years the program struggled including their first ever winless season last year. Lima was able to coax a highly successful head coach, alumnus Mike Fell, back to right the program. Fell's spread offense should work well with the obviously talented roster, but they clearly need to work out the kinks. Lima had numerous penalties throughout the game as they worked on learning the... Read More →


Inside Western Kentucky Football: September 2

By The Scribe - Just For Kicks The first game between Mayfield and McCracken County proved to be a classic as the defending Class 1A state champions survived with a 35-34 win over the Mustangs. McCracken County saw a 29-yard field goal attempt fall short – just one play after they were whistled for a 5-yard illegal procedure penalty. McCracken sophomore Zyaire Hughes ran for 72 yards and threw for 290, accounting for three touchdowns. Deion Jackson had another big night for Mayfield, catching four passes for 175 yards and two touchdowns. Read More →


Inside the Southeastern Six Football Week 1

By Les - Week One is in the books and once again, four of the Southeastern Six teams picked up wins. Corbin, Harlan County, Knox Central and Bell County each picked up victories while Whitley County and Williamsburg both lost. SOUTHEASTERN SIX PLAYER OF THE WEEK Jonathan Gist, Knox Central Gist carried the ball 29 times and ran for 213 yards and two touchdowns during Knox Central’s 31-28 overtime win over Southwestern Friday in the Cumberland Falls Pigskin Classic. WEEK ONE REVIEW Knox Central 31, Southwestern 28 Many were surprised the Panthers didn’t win by more, and by no means was this... Read More →


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