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BluegrassPreps Football Rankings (9/10)

By Ram - Class 1A It was a separation Friday in Class 1A with some huge games helping to sort the pack. Beechwood may have lost to 3A Corbin, but they still proved they are one of the better small school teams in the State. Pikeville put everyone on alert by dominating Paintsville. Both the Tigers and Panthers take it up yet another notch this week drawing perhaps both team's stiffest regular season opponent. Raceland needed two days to put away a solid 4A Greenup County and Hazard came up short against 2A Somerset. The biggest game featuring two 1A teams will be Paintsville travelling to... Read More →


6A Notebook: Giant Killers!

By Bac2369 - Giant Killers!!! We yet again had nother exciting week of the Kentucky high school football. Class 6A presented us with some Giant Killer matchups in the states best in some eyes when the #1 Trinity Shamrocks hosted the #2 Male Bulldogs. This class also had #3 Scott County at Archbishop Moeller who just recently beat Trinity. This class also had several other intriguing matchup against ranked teams of each class. The #1 Trinity Shamrocks versus #2 Male Bulldogs match up did not disappoint. Trinity got the ball first,but was forced to punt. Male would get the ball after the punt... Read More →


Class 5A Notebook (9/9): Spartan Statement

By DevilMayCare - No one is crowning South Warren as the kings of Warren County or 5A just yet. There is still much work to be done. But you've got to admit, the Spartans bludgeoning of Central Hardin has added a new dimension to the optics of the Warren County/5A landscape. Central Hardin gave Bowling Green all they could handle in Week 0. The Purples held a three score lead at the half, but failed to put the Bruins away. Central Hardin put a couple of touchdowns on the board in the 2nd half to make it a one possession game, and actually had the ball with a chance to either tie it up or even take the lead... Read More →


Louisville Power Rankings 9/10

By TheDeuce - 1. 6A Male (4-0) Despite missing arguably their best player, Henry Vestal, who was unfortunately lost for the year to an knee injury two weeks ago, the Dawgs confirmed their spot on top of the Louisville Power Rankings, defeating 6A Trinity 17-3 Friday night at Marshall Stadium. The Male defense was the highlight of the evening, holding the Rocks to just three points, the lowest point total in Bob Beatty's tenure, and the lowest point total since 1998. Male will travel to 4A Western this week. 2. 2A Christian Academy - Louisville (4-0) The Centurions made a quick trip down I-65 to visit... Read More →



Western Kentucky Power Rankings - September 9, 2018

By Purple88 - BluegrassPreps 2018 Western Kentucky Power Rankings – Week 4 Edition Concerning the top story line for this week, CHANGE IS INEVITABLE!!! And it is with that theme and this time in the season where I admit I am pretty dog-gone long-winded on these rankings and I realize folks have very busy lives and don’t have time every week to get through all the items listed in this thread, so we’ll audible formations into a “Popcorn N Coke Version” and “Meat & Potato’s Version” so you can get what you want and move on in the time available to you. Popcorn N Coke Top 10 Version – Week 4:... Read More →


3A Notebook: Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad

By gchs_uk9 - Boyle and Corbin Victorious Over, Central Falls to Highly Ranked Opponents On a night that saw the top three ranked teams in Class 3A play highly ranked opponents from other classes, two teams came away victorious and another went home with their first loss of the season. And still yet it's hard to clearly distinguish who is the favorite in this class. Boyle County Top-ranked Boyle County traveled to Monticello and dominated the Wayne County Cardinals from the get go, taking a 34-0 lead into halftime and romping to a 48-7 victory. The Rebels' attack was balanced, rushing for 213... Read More →


Bluegrasspreps' Eastern Kentucky Power Rankings 9-9

By ATLCat - 1. Corbin Redhounds (3A, 4-0)- Redhounds get some revenge and take care of business against 1A's top-ranked team. Corbin will get a much needed week off before jumping back into action against another heavyweight. 2. Johnson Central Golden Eagles (4A, 2-1)- Even lightning could not delay the Central onslaught as they put a hurting on South Charleston. Moore makes the long trek from Louisville and brings their 4-0 record with them. 3. Belfry Pirates (3A, 2-1)- Belfry had 2A Newport Central Catholic beat after running three Offensive plays. The Pirates will take a substantial step up in... Read More →


Northern Kentucky Power Rankings: 09-06-18

By Colonels_Wear_Blue - 1) 5A Covington Catholic (3-0) – Despite weather forcing the game to be played over the course of two days, Covington Catholic rolled through their 3rd win of the season, beating 6A Cooper (1-2) by a score of 54-7. RB Casey McGinness led the offense, rushing for 176yds and 2 TDs, while receiving for another 47yds and 1 TD. Casey both tied the school's record for career rushing TDs during the game this week, and set the new record at 46 TDs. QB Caleb Jacob went 10-13 passing for 154yds and 3 TDs. Defensively, they Colonels were able to tackle the Jags for a loss 6 times, and juniors Jack... Read More →


BluegrassPreps Central Kentucky Power Rankings 9-5-18 Week 3

By PurplePride92 - As we enter September things are starting to shuffle a little bit in the Central Kentucky Area. Teams we didn’t know much about are starting to grow and show confidence. Teams we knew about are performing to expectations, exceeding expectations or failing to live up to expectations. As we get deeper into September teams should be getting better each day but that isn’t always the case. How is your favorite team doing right now? Let’s take a look. Top Ten: 1. Scott County(6A, 3-0)- Scott County grabbed their third victory of the year as they defeated Highlands 28-7 in a weather... Read More →


BluegrassPreps.com Mr. Football Watchlist (9/5)

By DevilMayCare - Quarterbacks Beau Buchanan, Bowling Green (3-0, ranked #2 in 5A) Week 2: 18 of 43 for 233 yards with a TD and an int. in a 24-21 win over Bowling Green Season to date: 62 of 109 for 780 yards with 3 TDs and 2 int. Stock: <> Read More →


Class 4A Notebook (9/5): No Waves This Week

By DragonFire - Last week #1 Johnson Central lost the initiative to keep the top ranking, putting them at the mercy of Franklin-Simpson’s result against South Warren. This week the ball is squarely back in Johnson Central’s court. As has frequently been the case in the last two years, 4A has been knocked around by the elite of other classes this season. Teams in the 4A top 10 have played five games against teams in the top 5 of other classes – they’re 1-4 with Ashland’s win over Raceland the lone win for the class. This week it was South Warren’s turn again to light up a 4A top team, putting another... Read More →


Louisville Power Rankings 9/3

By TheDeuce - 1. 6A Male (3-0) The boys in Purple and Gold posted their third straight dominating performance last week, posting a 50-0 drubbing of 5A Doss. As they look ahead to this week, they face their first real test of 2018, when they visit the Trinity Shamrocks. A win over the Shamrocks would solidify the Bulldogs spot at the top of the Power Rankings, and also validate them as the best team in the state of Kentucky. 2. 6A Trinity (0-3) In a game that was stopped in the third quarter due to weather, Trinity gave up a first half lead and again found themselves on the losing end of a third... Read More →


6A Notebook: What the heck is going on here?

By Bac2369 - It’s already been an exciting few weeks of high school football and it is only going to get better. Class 6A has caused many of us to scratch our heads early this season. The top teams leave us asking, “What the heck is going on here?”. The #1 Trinity Shamrocks had started the season at 0-2, only losing by a total of 4 points in their two games. Trinity was on the road this week against ArchBishop Moeller (OH).Trinity jumped out to a quick 14-0 lead on a miscue and a blocked punt. Moeller answered and tied the game before the end of the 1st quarter. Trinity would have some miscues of... Read More →


1A Notebook 9/3 - Where are we Headed?

By Voice of Reason - This week instead of doing a recap of last week's games, let's do an overview of what has happened early in the season. Teams have played 2 or 3 games at this point and have provided enough evidence for us to get a feel for things. Do we have any surprises so far? How are the top tier teams looking? Who looks like the true dark horse teams we need to keep a close eye on? At the Top Coming into the season, it was acknowledged by most that the top 5 teams in the rankings were above the rest. This is true in most classes. There are usually 3-6 teams that are just a notch or two above... Read More →


Class 5A Notebook (9/3): Student 1 - Teacher 0

By DevilMayCare - Personally, when I think of instances where a pupil got the better of their former teacher/mentor, a couple of good examples come to mind… 1. Bill Belichick’s Browns defeating Bill Parcells’ Patriots in the 1994 AFC playoffs after Belichick spent seven years as Parcells’ Defensive Coordinator with the New York Giants, winning two Super Bowls together… 2. Darth Vader cutting down Obi-wan Kenobi aboard the Death Star in Episode IV after decades of bad blood stemming from Anakin turning to the dark side and Obi-wan cutting his legs off and leaving him to burn like a marshmallow that's been left... Read More →


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