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Mountain Football Playoff Preview

By All State Baseball - It’s playoff time in the mountains. Most teams throughout the mountains have qualified for the playoffs. Here is the seeding for those teams: Belfry, Breathitt County, Hazard, Johnson Central, Middlesboro, Pikeville, Prestonsburg, will have the 1 seeds. Madison Southern, Magoffin County, Perry County Central, Pike County Central, Russell will be the 2 seeds and are guaranteed to host at least the first round of the playoffs. Estill County, Letcher County Central, Lewis County, Magoffin County, Morgan County, North laurel, Somerset will be the 3 seeds and will have to travel in the first... Read More →

Bluegrasspreps Class 2A Playoff Preview

By The Scribe - The Class 2A playoff race appears to be top-heavy with only a handful of teams having a legitimate shot to bring home the championship trophy. Making matters tough is the fact the 2013 playoff road will likely run through the home fields of last year’s finalists – Caldwell County and Newport Central Catholic. Region 1 Top-ranked Caldwell County (10-0) is the prohibitive favorite to come out of the west, helped by the fact they will get to play at home through the first four rounds of the playoffs. Caldwell has won 10 straight playoff games dating back to last year and 11 of... Read More →

Inside NKY Football: 11/4

By Walter - It is finally playoff time. District play has finished and teams are ready to get the “second season” started. Let’s take a look back at the final week of the regular season and how each team fared in their final tune up for the playoffs. Campbell County 44 Holy Cross 0 It was a dominating performance by the Camels to close out the regular season as they rolled up 374 yards of offense, while limiting the Holy Cross offense to just 95 yards. Campbell County led just 7-0 at the end of the 1st quarter on a Nate Hess fumble recovery in the end zone for a touchdown, but got things rolling in... Read More →

Southeastern Six First Round Playoff Preview

By Les - The Southeastern Six Playoff Preview (Final) Postseason play is here for our teams in the Southeastern Six. After going through 11 weeks of top-notch football in their respective districts, the entire Southeastern Six have qualified for the playoffs. Both Harlan County and Williamsburg will enter as No. 1 seeds while Bell County and Knox Central will be home for at least first round action. Corbin will enter postseason play as the No. 3 seed while Whitley County will come in as a No. 4 seed. With that said, let's take a closer look at first round action of the playoffs for each... Read More →

Inside North-Eastern Kentucky Football (11-4-13)

By Ram - The regular season is over, some area teams are preparing for their first playoff game, some are preparing for a playoff run, and some teams have already ended their season and looking forward to next season. There were some big events this week, with some coming on the field, and some off the field. I have to address the KSAA vs. Fairview. The KHSAA handed down sweeping sanctions this week against Fairview for the playing of an ineligible player. The sanctions include: Forfeiture of all 14 wins from 2012 Forfeiture of first four wins of 2013 Forfeiture of 2012 District Title Read More →

Bluegrasspreps' Class 4A Playoff Preview

By Ram - Region 1 For the past three years, if you wanted to know who was going to win the region you could have just looked to who the District 2 champion was. Three years, three different teams, three titles for the even district, with Allen County-Scottsville and Franklin-Simpson advancing all the way to the state title game in 2010 & 2011 respectively. But as Bob Dylan sang, the times they are a-changin'. This year the favorite is from the (further) west district, a member of the old guard. The REALLY old guard, former statewide power Owensboro - BGP's 8th rated team in 4A. The Red... Read More →

South-Central Kentucky Football Playoff Preview

By DragonFire - South-Central Kentucky Football Playoff Preview THE FAVORITE Bowling Green (9-0) – The Purples entered the year as the heavy favorite in 5A and have done nothing whatsoever to lighten that impression. Led by a senior class that is 27 strong, they have established themselves as nothing less than the best team in the state regardless of class. You can’t talk about the Purples without starting with Mr. Football candidate Nacarius Fant. The WKU commit has amassed an impressive 1,139 yards on just 61 catches, 17 of them going for TDs. Thanks to a weather cancellation in the second... Read More →

Inside Wilderness Trace Football (11-4-13)

By thegeneral - A weekly notebook focusing on Boyle County, Danville and Mercer County, with additional info on other nearby teams: LOOKING BACK Frankfort 51, Danville 24 Danville (5-5) lost to Frankfort (8-2) Friday night in a game the Admirals thought they had to have to secure a home game in the first round of the playoffs, then found out early Saturday morning they didn’t need that game after all. The Admirals had finished in a three-way tie for the District 2A-7 title, then tied Somerset for second in the KHSAA tiebreaker points system. With all other possible tiebreakers exhausted, Danville was... Read More →

Bluegrasspreps Class 5A Playoff Preview

By Ram - Region 1 For the third straight year, the State Championship will go though Region 1. Bowling Green is looking to be the three time reigning State Champions. And, quite frankly, they could very possible win the State Championship in any class in Kentucky while carrying the flag for Kentucky High School Football. Bowling Green (9-0) has wadded though almost every thing the state has to offer with their pass heavy offense. With Nacarius Fant, what team wouldn’t be a little pass heavy. Fant has proven to be a valid candidate for Kentucky’s Mr. Football. Fant has amassed over one thousand... Read More →

Bluegrasspreps Class 1A Playoff Preview

By Ram - The usual names head the list of contenders in 1A and at the head of the pack is the Mayfield Cardinals. The Cardinals have been the season long favorite and top ranked team in 1A. Is there anyone who can keep the Cardinals from winning another title? Region 1 This is Mayfield's region and the Cardinals look to have a firm grip on walking through this region again. Mayfield had their 18 game regular season winning streak snapped with a 48-41 loss to 2A #1 Caldwell County but played very well in the loss. The Cardinals have played a challenging schedule and should be ready to go for the... Read More →

Inside the Southeastern Six Football (11-02-13)

By Les - Week 10 is now behind us, and so is regular season play. The good news for the Southeastern Six? Each team made their respective class’ playoffs. The bad news? Well, some of our teams have some tough first round match-ups, but before I touch on those games, let’s take a look back on Week 10’s results, along with naming this week’s Player of the Week. Southeastern Six Player of the Week Jake Coppock, Corbin Coppock turned in another stellar performance during the Redhounds’ 27-0 win over Knox Central. He ran for 185 yards and two touchdowns during the 27-point victory. Read More →

Inside Mountain Football (11/2/13)

By All State Baseball - With the regular season coming to an end, here’s a recap of all the action from the final week. Bath County 35, Nicholas County 26 Bath County made the trip to Carlisle to take on Nicholas County in what was the final regular season game for Bath County, while Nicholas County will head to the playoffs to face Pikeville. Bath County would get on the scoreboard first on a 62 yard touchdown run by Curren Shrout. Conner Messer would make the extra point kick, making it 7-0 Bath County. Nicholas County, however would answer on a 4 yard run by Dillon Webb. Bailey O’Brian would connect... Read More →

Trinity Insider: Week of November 8

By thsrocks - The Shamrocks (4-5) first round playoff game is with the Eastern Eagles. Trinity hosts the Eagles (5-5) on Harry Jansing Field at Marshall Stadium this Friday evening. The kickoff set for 7:30PM. The Eagles lost to the Manual Crimsons 54-7 this past Friday. The Crusaders of Moeller (9-1) soundly defeated Trinity 42-14 on November 1. Moeller outgained Trinity 436 to 307 in offensive yardage. Reggie Bonnafon finished with 202 yards passing by completing 20 of 32 attempts. Rodjay Burns had three catches for 52 yards and one touchdown. Cody Swabek had 4 catches for 58 yards. CJ Ott hauled... Read More →

Veteran Grey doing his best to bridge the gap between Danville's past, future

By thegeneral - And now, a word about Jawan Grey. Admiral. You could describe Grey as a talented player, a hard worker, one of the leaders of his team. But in a season in which Danville is attempting to redefine itself, perhaps the best way to describe him is to say that no one has defined what it means to be an Admiral quite like Grey. Grey, a senior running back-defensive back, isn’t the only player who has done good things at Danville this season, though he has been one of the most productive players for the Admirals. And he probably isn’t the only player who has a grasp of the history and... Read More →

Beechwood Tiger Insider - Week 10

By EyeOfTheTiger - Week 9 Recap The Tigers varsity team completed district play with a 56-0 victory over the Ludlow Panthers. It was a dominating performance by the Tigers that ran their district record to 3-0. Coach Rash remains undefeated in district play as a head coach, with his district record now at 34-0. Seven different Tigers scored touchdowns in the game with QB Kyle Fieger throwing three TD passes to three different receivers. The JV finished their season with a victory over the Newport Central Catholic Thoroughbreds, final score 14-0. It was a typical Beechwood Newport Central Catholic battle... Read More →