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  1. 1. Who Remains Undefeated the Longest?



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There are currently five teams in Class 3A that are undefeated: Adair County, Bardstown, Belfry, Casey County, and Corbin. Obviously only one, if that, could finish the year undefeated, but which will remain undefeated the longest?

 

ADAIR COUNTY

Sept. 23 - Kentucky Country Day

Sept. 30 - at Edmonson County

Oct. 14 - at Elizabethtown

Oct. 21 - Hart County

Oct. 28 - at Casey County

 

BARDSTOWN

Sept. 23 - at Henry County

Sept. 30 - at Waggener

Oct. 7 - Moore

Oct. 14 - Central

Oct. 21 - at Thomas Nelson

Oct. 28 - at Allen County-Scottsville

 

BELFRY

Sept. 23 - at Knoxville Catholic (TN)

Sept. 30 - Cabell Midland (WV)

Oct. 7 - at Lawrence County

Oct. 14 - Warrensville Heights (OH)

Oct. 21 - Pike County Central

Oct. 28 - at Johnson Central

 

CASEY COUNTY

Sept. 24 - vs. Ballard Memorial (@ Warren Central)

Sept. 30 - Bell County

Oct. 14 - at Jackson County

Oct. 21 - Corbin

Oct. 28 - Adair County

 

CORBIN

Sept. 23 - vs. Mayfield (@ Lindsey Wilson)

Sept. 30 - Jackson County

Oct. 14 - Bell County

Oct. 21 - at Casey County

Oct. 28 - at Knox Central

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It's gotta be Belfry, right?

 

Maybe, but Belfry also has the toughest schedule. Games at Knoxville Central and Johnson Central will be difficult, and the season-ender with Johnson Central has occasionally been a "throw off" game for one or both teams. Picking the team that lasts the longest also has to take on situations and scenarios.

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Belfry is the dog. IF not belfry I agree with the order snakes lined out. Casey is impressive but play a tough post season when trying to advance. Adair has to get through a quality KCD, then win a district AT elizabethtown, then beat one of the scoring-est casey teams we have ever seen. Bardstown has a tank of a schedule left and could go down as soon as Waggener. Corbin is second alone and waiting for Belfry to slip

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Maybe, but Belfry also has the toughest schedule. Games at Knoxville Central and Johnson Central will be difficult, and the season-ender with Johnson Central has occasionally been a "throw off" game for one or both teams. Picking the team that lasts the longest also has to take on situations and scenarios.

 

See, that's the thing. I looked at the schedule and instantly thought "Geez, Belfry could easily lose this weekend. But, I mean, it feels wrong to pick that." I made my pick already, and I'm going with it. Belfry is my ride or die!

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If Corbin wins this week, then they should cruise through the rest of the regular season and the first 3 weeks of the playoffs.

 

Belfry could lose 3 of their remaining 6 games, their schedule is that good. And they would still likely be the best 3A team in KY.

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Watsui, is Knoxville Catholic considered the top team in Tennessee regardless of class? If so I would think that would be Belfry's biggest obstacle to an undefeated season. I think they have Johnson Central's number this year.

 

I'm not Watusi, but I'll answer what I know:

 

In the state AP poll, Knoxville Catholic is ranked #1 in Class 4A.

 

On Calpreps, which combines all schools into one class, Knoxville Catholic is ranked #3 behind Brentwood Academy (AP #1 in Division II) and Oakland (#2 in Class 6A).

 

I think by any measure, Knoxville Catholic is a top five team in the entire state of Kentucky.

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