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Beechwood Tiger Insider - Week 8

By EyeOfTheTiger - Week 7 Recap The Tigers opened district play last week with a game against their biggest threat in the district, the Bellevue Tigers. Beechwood has not lost a district game since the state went to 6 classes but the one team that has come closest to beating Beechwood is Bellevue. These two teams have both been run focused offenses, especially Bellevue. However, this is the era of the passing offense and Beechwood and Bellevue have both joined the show this year. The game did not disappoint with offensive fireworks on display. Beechwood opened it up with a long TD pass from QB Kyle Fieger to... Read More →


Inside NKY Football 10/14

By Walter - The playoffs are getting closer as district play heats up with key match ups each week. Let’s take a look back at the week 6 action and who stood out. Beechwood 56 Bellevue 22 The red and white Tigers flexed their muscles with a balanced offensive attack, racking up 219 yards on the ground and 193 yard through the air, as they improved to 1-0 in district play and more importantly wrapped up the district #1 seed, barring a major upset one of the next two weeks. Sophomore Ethan Stringer led Beechwood with 147 yards and 4 TD’s on just 14 carries. The play of the game came in the first... Read More →


Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (10-14-13)

By DragonFire - Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (10-14-13) Not a lot to be said this week as only one area team played. #BYEWEEKPROBLEMS (for all you hashtag haters) -South Warren (7-1) rebounded from their first loss of the year in the usual fashion - a shutout win - this a 41-0 win over district mate Adair County. That's the sixth shutout in eight games for the Spartans, and they allowed only 22 yards of offense on the night. They pressured the quarterback early and often, knocking not one, but two quarterbacks from the game. By the end, Adair was down to third stringer (and punter) Brandon... Read More →


The Cordia Controversy: Are All Basketball Transfers Equal?

By JokersWild24 - THE CORDIA CONTROVERSY: Are All Basketball Transfers Equal? Read More →



Inside Wilderness Trace Football (10-13-13)

By thegeneral - A weekly notebook focusing on Boyle County, Danville and Mercer County, with additional info on other nearby teams: LOOKING BACK Danville 35, Somerset 23 Danville (4-3, 1-0 District 2A-7) ended four years of futility against Somerset (3-4, 0-1) and earned by far its biggest win to date under first-year coach Clevenger. The visiting Admirals took advantage of five Somerset turnovers to defeat the Briar Jumpers for the first time since 2006 and end a string of six straight losses over the previous four seasons. Running back-defensive back Jawan Grey led Danville once again, rusing for... Read More →


Inside North-Eastern Kentucky Football (10-13-13)

By Ram - District play started this past week for virtually every team in the area. Several area teams started District play with a win. This coming week will see some pivotal match ups that may decide District Championships. Raceland and Fairview will meet in what will be the District Championship. Mason County has already secured the Championship of their District, but Russell and Lewis County will meet to decide who will be the number two team in that District and who will have to travel in the first round of the playoffs. Let’s take a look how things are shaping up. The Week in Review: ... Read More →


Inside the Southeastern Six Football (10-13-13)

By Les - Things are beginning to get interesting with the southeastern Six high school football teams. Each team is beginning to position themselves for a playoff seeding and run in their respective districts. Big games are ahead for each of the six teams, and we’ll talk about that more in this week’s notebook. Southeastern Six Player of the Week Scotty Bailey, Harlan County Bailey turned in some impressive numbers during the Black Bears’ 49-7 rout of Letcher Central. Bailey completed six-of-eight pass attempts for 114 yards and two touchdowns while also running for 85 yards on the ground. ... Read More →


Giving grades to Knox Central, Whitley County and Williamsburg

By Les - There’s no better time to give each team in the Southeastern Six an overall grade than now. Most teams have seven or eight games under their belt so far this season, except for Williamsburg, who has played six games, so with that said, there is no time better than the present to see where each teams stands heading into the crucial part of the season. Last week I graded Bell County, Corbin and Harlan County, and this week it’s Knox Central’s, Whitley County’s and Williamsburg’s turn. Knox Central (5-2) — Many people had high expectations for the Panthers coming into the season, and so far,... Read More →


Ball Games, You decide

By All State Baseball - Close games or mercy-ruling games? Which one do you prefer? There was 100 games played on Friday October 11th across the Commonwealth. 72 of those games saw teams blowing out other teams. The biggest defeat was 63-0 as Bardstown rolled over Thomas Nelson. There was two games that was decided by just 2 points. Seneca edged Pleasure Ridge Park 27-25 and Powell County edged Bath County 38-36. Close Game Results: Dunbar 34, Bryan Station 28 Ballard Memorial 29, Houston County, TN 21 Belfry 27, Knoxville Christian-Academy TN 21 Berea 34, Lynn Camp 27 Breathitt County 50, Clay County 40 Read More →


"Coach"

By Ram - “Sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never harm me”. Well, that’s not totally true, words do invoke a response from us, maybe not an outward response, but we, as people, are emotionally affected by the words that are said to us. Of course, the above commonly used quote was meant as a way of teaching us a lesson about not responding the wrong way to being called names, but lets look at a not so derogatory name we may be called - Coach. Lets start with a little background before we get into what the word means: think back to what coaches that you know did for you. I... Read More →


Trinity Insider for the week of 10/18

By thsrocks - The Shamrocks (4-3) next game is with the Male High Bulldogs. The Bulldogs host Trinity on Maxwell Field at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium this Friday evening. The kickoff is set for 7:30PM. Male comes into this matchup undefeated with 7 wins on the season. The Bulldogs (1-0 district) defeated the St. Xavier Tigers(4-4, 0-2 in district) 44-40 this past Friday. Male’s other victories were over Floyd Central, Butler, Fairdale, Jeffersontown, Ballard, and Meade County. Trinity is 2-0 in the district with victories over St. X and Manual and is riding a three game win streak. Davis Mattingly is... Read More →


Inside Mountain Football (10/12/13)

By All State Baseball - With the season almost over, here is a recap of Week 7 games throughout the mountain area. - Breathitt County 51, Clay County 40 Breathitt County traveled to Manchester on Friday to take on the Clay County Tigers. Clay County would get on the board first on a 4 yard run by Sam Carr. Carr would also run in the two point conversion making it 8-0 Tigers. That wouldn’t last long as the Bobcats would answer on a 63 yard touchdown pass from Adam White to Wes Noble. Two point conversion pass failed. Making it 8-6 Tigers. From that point on in the first quarter was all Clay... Read More →


Recent history matters more in this battle between old rivals Danville, Somerset

By thegeneral - There are rivalries that go way back, and then there are rivalries like Danville-Somerset. The Admirals and Briar Jumpers don’t play every year, but they have played often enough and long enough to develop a history that few regular rivalries can equal. But kids don’t care about a hundred years of history, so we’ll talk about that later. In the here and now, both teams badly need a win in their showdown Friday at Somerset’s Clark Field. There is zero margin for error in a four-team district, and the winner of this game will be one of only two teams left with a realistic shot at winning... Read More →


St. Xavier Insider- Week 7

By AvidTiger - The tigers dropped their 7th game in a row vs the shamrocks this past Friday by a score of 29-17. The game was very competitive until the 4th quarter when the rocks took a firm command of the game. With a score of 20-17 the rocks converted a 4th and 4 inside the tiger 20 to seal the game. Great performance by the star players in both uniforms. Bonnafon had over 200 yards passing and 2tds, brooks had over 100 yards rushing with 3tds and Davis had 99 yards rushing with a rushing td. Walker didn't suit up for the tigers but, he's practicing this week with hopes of playing. Upcoming Game The... Read More →


Thoughts on Scheduling

By CoachBuckett - Thoughts on Scheduling Every year no matter what sport or what level of competition those that judge teams judge them by their schedule. As in each game thread or each thread that discusses rankings the constant theme when we are trying to determine who the better team is, is their schedule isn’t tough enough or they should win because they have played a tougher schedule. I know there are different philosophies coaches use when it comes to scheduling. I am not sure I am always convinced that a tougher schedule always equals better team. Many coaches have the philosophy that scheduling... Read More →


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