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Beechwood Tiger Insider - Week Six

By EyeOfTheTiger - Week Five Recap The Tigers were on the road again last week but the trip was much shorter than the previous week's trip to Franklin County. Last week it was just down Dixie Highway to Covington to take on the Holmes Bulldogs. Holmes was 3-1 with their only loss to the undefeated Scott Eagles. Beechwood needed a win to stay above .500 on the season. This game featured a lot of speed on both sides of the ball. The Tigers offense went 3 and out on their first possession, but then scored on their next four possessions in the first half to take control of the game. Sophomore QB Kyle Fieger led... Read More →

St. Xavier Insider- week 6

By AvidTiger - This past week, the tigers improved their record to 4-2. They travelled to the beehive and escaped with a w thanks to the play of junior qb, Noah Houk. Nagle was pulled towards the end of the second quarter due to his dismal performance. He fumbled the ball away in the redone and was immediately benched. Noah was then inserted and revived the offense. Noah finished the night 7-11 for 142 yards and a pair of td tosses. Hayden led all receivers with 91 yards and 1 td. Walker had 13 carries for 68 yards, 1 receiving td and a 62 yard punt return td negated by a personal foul. Davis led the... Read More →

Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (9-30-13)

By DragonFire - Inside South-Central Kentucky Football (9-30-13) -Thereís really not much to be said about Bowling Greenís (5-0) 58-0 victory over Barren County (1-5). It was the first true walkover this year for the Purples, and they utilized the time to get some utility players some work. Oh, Hayes still got 259 yards and 5 TD passes and Fant had a mere 92 yards and 2 TDs, but other players got in the mix too. With Blue Tisdale out, players like Jamale Carothers (4/50) and Trey Boards (2/52/1) got to carry the ball, as 7 different Purples got at least one carry. Backup QB Campbell Gott got some work... Read More →

Inside NKY Football (9/30)

By Walter - The midway point for Northern Kentucky football is now in the books and district play is starting to heat up with each game having more importance in the playoff outlook. Letís take a look back at this past weekís games. Holy Cross 51 Bishop Brossart 12 (Thursday) It was the Jaylen Beal show as he led Holy Cross with 215 yards rushing and 6 touchdowns on just 9 carries. Holy Cross rolled up 433 yards of offense to improve their record to 1-4 on the season. Beechwood 40 Holmes 7 The Tigers went on the road and put together one of their better games on both sides of the ball, improving... Read More →

Getting a College Football Scholarship - Part 3

By Ram - This is part three of a 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. What needs to be done, and when? Freshman Like I said, the process starts when the player is a Freshman. The player needs to focus on making great grades. Grades will be important. The player also needs to focus on taking College preparation classes and ACT... Read More →

Inside Wilderness Trace Football (9-29-13)

By thegeneral - A weekly notebook focusing on Boyle County, Danville and Mercer County, with additional info on other nearby teams: LOOKING BACK Danville 48, Green County 34 Big plays helped Danville (2-3) defeat Green (3-3), end a three-game losing streak and put a tumultous two-week period in the rear-view mirror. Ace Ray recovered a fumble and returned it 72 yards for a touchdown with 2:57 to play allowed the Admirals to secure a win that nearly got away. They led 41-13 after Jawan Greyís 76-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter, but the Dragons scored 21 straight points and were seven... Read More →

Trinity insider for the week of October 4

By thsrocks - The annual clash with Louisville St. Xavier at Papa Johnís Cardinal Stadium is scheduled for this Friday. The kickoff is at 8PM. The Tigers warmed up for the Rocks with a 27-13 victory over Central. Trinity built a 35-10 lead and held off a fourth quarter charge by the Irish and won 35-30. Trinity QB Reggie Bonnafon completed 9 of 14 pass attempts for 157 yards with one interception versus Colerain. Bonnafon rushed for 166 yards on 20 carries and scored three touchdowns. RB Donald Brooks ran for 127 yards on 28 rushes and two touchdowns. WR Rodjay Burns had 4 receptions for 77 yards... Read More →

Inside North-Eastern Kentucky Football (9-29-13)

By Ram - The Week in Review: For the most part, this week in North-Eastern Kentucky was a yawner. All but, one game was pretty much a forgone conclusion, with the outcomes highly predicable. Fairview remains unbeaten. Lewis continues to surprise some, but as I predicted, they are doing well and will have several more games prior to their matchup that will determine second place in the district, versus Russell. Ashland is improving and will be a much better team by playoff time. Let’s take a look at what happened this week. Lawrence County 38 Raceland 35 Did I say they all were predictable?... Read More →

Inside the Southeastern Six Football (9-29-13)

By Les - Week Five is now over, and this we do know — Corbin remains the lone team in the Southeastern Six unbeaten at 5-0 while teams such as Harlan County (3-3), Bell County (3-3) and Whitley County (0-6) are struggling. Both Williamsburg (3-2) and Knox Central (4-2) picked up wins last week, but they are still searching for some consistency heading into the remainder of the season. Southeastern Six Player of the Week Skyler Griffith, Williamsburg Griffith played a big role in the Yellow Jackets’ 50-20 win over Harrison County Friday by catching a pass for a touchdown (one-yard), returning a... Read More →

Battle of the unbeatens ó Can Wayne sustain its momentum against Corbin?

By Les - Obstacle No. 1 is out of the way for Shawn Thompsonís Wayne County Cardinals, and now they have another tough test in Week 6 against unbeaten Corbin. A win over the 5-0 Redhounds would almost assure Wayne County its respective districtís top seed with remaining district games against Casey County and McCreary Central, but if Corbin can pull off the upset, the Redhounds would have the inside track to the districtís top seed. But this we do know ó itís going to be awful hard to beat Wayne County. The Cardinals handed the Bobcats their worst loss of the season with a 41-6 win this past week,... Read More →

Bluegrass update - Week 6

By Bluegrasscard - Bluegrass Teams Update - Week 6 Defenders Rising Congratulations to Frank Parks and the Bryan Station Defenders on their win against cross-town rival Tates Creek. The Defenders took advantage of their early bye-week and executed their best game of the season in the win. This was only the 4th game for the team after a stormed out game against Bowling Green that will not be made up and an the early off-week. By scheduling Highlands, Lexington Catholic and Bowling Green Parks seems focused playing top teams that will help his team get better come district and play off... Read More →

Inside Mountain Football (9-28-13)

By All State Baseball - Hereís the recap of all the football action from week 6: Hazard 36, Breathitt County 20 Hazard made the trip to Jackson Friday night to take on the Bobcats of Breathitt County. Hazard would get on the scoreboard first courtesy of a 26 yard touchdown pass from Tanner Morgan to Jacob Blanton. These two would hook up again, this time it was on the two point conversion pass. After one quarter the Bulldogs lead 8-0. Read More →

Pirates battle back but fall to Estill County 43-29

By All State Baseball - After two straight wins against Estill County, the Powell County Pirates was hoping to add the third straight win and a district win to their record but that wasn't the case on Friday night as the Engineers defeat the Pirates 43-29. Here's the recap: In the second district game for Estill County, first district game for Powell County, the Estill County Engineers traveled down 82 to Stanton to take on the Powell County Pirates who have defeated the Engineers the previous two seasons. Estill County got off to a hot start, receiving the first half kick-off and taking it down the field... Read More →

Mayfield Cardinals Football Week #6

By Toothpick - As week #6 rolls around, the 5-0 Mayfield Cardinals find themselves still atop the BGP polls as they prepare to play 6A Marshall County. The run to 5-0 is a feat that even diehard Cardinal fans would find pleasantly surprising this year. The wins were all against larger class schools and 4 of the 5 were ranked. Mayfield has now been ranked #1 in class A for all of 2012 and 2013 and much of the 2011 season. The Cardinals have now won 19 straight, second in the state only to another Western Kentucky squad, the Bowling Green Purples. The Cardinals have also won 35 straight at home dating... Read More →

Inside Western Kentucky Football: September 26

By The Scribe - Tecmo Bowl I Caldwell County and Fort Campbell combined for over 1,100 yards, but Caldwell made more stops on defense in their 48-35 win over the Falcons that was delayed a day due to stormy weather. Junior quarterback Elijah Sindlar completed 23-of-40 passes for 380 yards and six touchdowns to four different receivers. 6-foot-8 Eli Pepper caught five passes for 121 yards and three touchdowns. Dee Cain hauled in seven passes for 149 yards. Fort Campbell got 228 rushing yards from Triston Luke, who scored on runs of 45, 67, 19, and 51 yards. The junior also caught a 30-yard... Read More →