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Bluegrasspreps' Class 4A Rankings 8-30-15


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1. Johnson Central at 3A #3 Lexington Catholic

2. South Warren vs. 5A Greenwood

3. Ashland vs. George Washington (WV)

4. Franklin County at 5A Woodford County

5. John Hardin vs. Warren Central

6. North Oldham at 3A #8 Elizabethtown

7. Bourbon County at 6A Madison Central

8. Collins vs. 6A Eastern

9. Scott at 2A Newport

10. Hopkinsville vs. 2A Fort Campbell at Trigg County

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Johnson Central remains number one, will they stay there after playing Lexington Catholic? Ashland will play a very strong GW team from the state of West Virginia, can the Tomcats get the win at home? Seems like the district matchup between Johnson Central and Ashland is shaping up to be a classic. South Warren won again, how many will they have this season? Who should move up? Who should drop out of the top 10 next week? Who is waiting to get in?

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Franklin Co., N. Oldham, and Collins all in the same District along with 2-0 Spencer and 2-0 Shelby Co. Going to be a good team left out of the playoffs.

Collins with a very impressive win last week. I think they will do ok with Eastern and can really judge themselves against Boyle Co. 2 weeks after an open week.

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That's an amazing district. A lot of games involving those teams will be broadcast by the Pegasus Sports Network (The Pegasus Sports Network - PSN), including:

 

9/4/15 Oldham County vs. Shelby County

9/11/15 South Oldham vs. North Oldham

9/18/15 North Oldham vs. Christian Academy of Louisville

10/2/15 North Oldham vs. Spencer County

10/16/15 North Oldham vs. Collins

10/30/15 South Oldham vs. Shelby County

 

Unfortunately, it doesn't appear we will be able to do any Franklin Co regular season games.

 

We will also be covering the post-season, and will doubtless see some of those teams again.

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A team that can spread the field is certainly JC's downfall. Time will tell. I just wouldn't be so certain that a team from the west is going to win it this early in the season. Just as I wouldn't with a team from the east. There is a lot of football to be played before I could have an opinion one way or another. The two top teams out west seem more balanced at this point. But the two top teams in the east have running games that will be hard for anyone to stop.

 

On the other hand, whether JC or Ashland can stop a spread offense is up in the air. This week should tell us more about that though, as JC faces LexCath and Ashland faces George Washington from Charleston, Wv. Both teams run a balanced offense and are traditionally good programs.

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Maybe JC, but Ashland? C'mon be realistic or at least be constructive and give us a reason why.

 

Ashland looked like a much better team last Friday than they did this time last year. They have some some things to work on, but they have a lot of weapons, a much improved defence and line play, and likely the most high level talent in 4a.

 

The qb issue will have to be sorted out, they only threw one pass against Raceland. It was an interception early in the game and there was never a pass thrown after that.

 

The jury is still out on them, as it is everyone early in the season. But what we do know is they have an improved line, improved defence, and speed all over the field. This year's Ashland team is better than last year's team that hung with Highlands until they ran out of gas midway through the 4th quarter in the playoffs last year. They would have to find a way to beat JC to make a deep playoff run, but I think the two teams are more equal than most think this year. Time will tell.

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