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Colonels lead the red calvary into Union looking for a repeat of last year

Records: Ryle (8-3), Dixie (7-4)

BGP Ranking: Ryle (#5 in 6A), Dixie (#9 in 6A)

Series History: Ryle leads 15-14 all-time

Table Setter: As we look ahead to the District 6 championship in Union, the number 'one' has been relevant. It's the winning margin for Ryle in the first meeting with four different players recording one touchdown each and a single extra point deciding the outcome. It's also the separation between the two schools in the all-time series. The Raiders and red Colonels can't seem to get away from one another lately. They've alternated wins in the last seven meetings, including a pair of games last year. Ryle blew out DH in the regular season before the Colonels emerged with the district crown in a playoff shootout. A shootout this year would come as a bit of a surprise considering the 13-12 score from the first game and the 12 and 15 points per game the Raiders and Colonels have allowed this season, respectively. 

Logan Landers accounted for 191 of DH's 230 yards in game one, while the Raiders primarily relied on three ball carriers to grind out yards on the ground. Landers may be the player most capable of carrying his team to a win in this game, but DH's kicker, Noah Koenig, could prove just as valuable if we're in for another close one. He was absent the first time they met, forcing the Colonels to go for two after both touchdowns, which they failed to convert.

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Been looking forward to this rematch since Dixie beat Ryle last year in the district finals 41-36.  This has become one of the best rivalries in the state and we love being able to broadcast this for

Not true at all. It would have been an OT game if Dixie had their kicker last game. Ryle went for 2 after going up 13-12. Obviously either team could have won in OT, but Dixie was not a sure thing in

I think this game will be a close one like last time but I think Dixie will get the win this time. Dixie 21 Ryle 17

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@859Radioare you doing this game?

Been looking forward to this rematch since Dixie beat Ryle last year in the district finals 41-36.  This has become one of the best rivalries in the state and we love being able to broadcast this for those who can't be there.  This can be seen on (859) Sports Radio.  

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Oct 30, 1998 Dixie Heights 35 Ryle 31 District Game
Oct 19, 2001 Dixie Heights 14 Ryle 7  
Oct 26, 2002 Dixie Heights 34 Ryle 21  
Sep 19, 2003 Dixie Heights 15 Ryle 13  
Sep 17, 2004 Dixie Heights 28 Ryle 12  
Oct 28, 2005 Dixie Heights 21 Ryle 0  
Oct 28, 2006 Ryle 16 Dixie Heights 14  
Nov 3, 2006 Ryle 24 Dixie Heights 12 2006 Class AAAA Football State Tournament
Oct 26, 2007 Dixie Heights 45 Ryle 10  
Oct 31, 2008 Ryle 48 Dixie Heights 39  
Sep 18, 2009 Ryle 42 Dixie Heights 28  
Sep 17, 2010 Ryle 20 Dixie Heights 7  
Oct 21, 2011 Ryle 38 Dixie Heights 28  
Oct 19, 2012 Dixie Heights 15 Ryle 14 (overtime)
Oct 25, 2013 Dixie Heights 42 Ryle 10  
Oct 24, 2014 Dixie Heights 35 Ryle 24  
Nov 14, 2014 Dixie Heights 46 Ryle 21 2014 Class 6A Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl
Oct 30, 2015 Ryle 31 Dixie Heights 14  
Oct 28, 2016 Ryle 43 Dixie Heights 14  
Oct 27, 2017 Ryle 43 Dixie Heights 18  
Oct 26, 2018 Dixie Heights 41 Ryle 14  
Oct 18, 2019 Ryle 13 Dixie Heights 8  
Nov 8, 2019 Dixie Heights 18 Ryle 6 2019 Class 6A 2019 UK Orthopaedics/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl
Oct 16, 2020 Ryle 44 Dixie Heights 14  
Nov 27, 2020 Dixie Heights 41 Ryle 36 2020 Class 6A 2020 UK Orthopaedics State Football Finals
Oct 15, 2021 Ryle 13 Dixie Heights 12  
Nov 12, 2021 Ryle - Dixie Heights - 2021 Class 6A 2021 UK Orthopaedics State Football Finals
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For Dixie, Rohlman and Hawkins didn’t play any offense against SK. They weren’t needed, but will likely be needed this week as they provide more options offensively. I still question why Edwards doesn’t see any offensive snaps. The kid has shown his explosiveness this year on special teams and defense.

Dixie cannot afford to blow time outs early in the half like they have this year. This is a game that it could come back and bite them in the rear. 

And speaking of kickers, Dixie’s are back, but will Ryle have theirs? Will club trump football? 

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Always tough to beat a good team 2 times in the same year.  This game will come down to whether Ryle can contain Landers and not give up the big play.  They were successful in doing that the last game.  Ryle was able to run the ball consistently in the 2nd half of the game.  Both teams have very strong senior leadership but I think Ryle wins another close one.

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Tough one to pick, I think this will be close regardless of who wins. I wouldn’t be surprised if either wins, my gut says to go with Ryle though. Good luck to both teams.

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Neither team’s seniors will want to hang the turf cleats up easily. I expect a last possession type of game with the usual 3 “suspects” determining the outcome when evenly matched teams without a clear LOS advantage hook up: turnovers, big plays, special teams. Slobberknocker guaranteed!

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The general consensus is that it is going to be the usual suspects in 6A. Male, Trinity, St X depending on the RPI and re-shuffle. I think one of these two teams (Ryle or Dixie) will make a strong run to be the number 4.

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