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7-0 CovCath

Reese 2 yard TD run

McDowell good

1st quarter 8:58

 

7-7

Kremer to Geiman 10 yard TD pass

Mahoney good

1st quarter 2:32

 

14-7 CovCath

Bir to Schulte 20 yard TD pass

Talkers good

2nd 8:01

 

14-14

Kremer to Geiman 6 yard TD pass

Mahoney good

2nd 3:51

 

21-14 CovCath

Bir to Connelly 11 yard TD pass

Talkers good

2nd quarter 1:12

 

28-14 CovCath

Schaefer 2 yard TD run

Talkers good

3rd 6:59

 

35-14 CovCath

Slabaugh 6 yard TD run

Talkers good

3rd quarter 2:08

 

42-14 CovCath

Bir to Connelly 37 yard TD pass

Talkers good

4th quarter 9:16

 

49-14 CovCath

Bir to Best 36 yard TD pass

Talkers good

4th quarter 5:28

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I understand that if you look at scores and see that CCH gets hammered by Ryle and La Salle that you assume that they're going to get handled by a lot of teams. It's simply not true.

 

Zero chance the Camels were going to win this game and not much of a chance it was going to stay close. CCH isn't great. They don't stop the run well. QB is young. Regardless, other than the two they've lost and probably Lou X and HHS they're going to be able to win the remaining games. NC and Dixie will be a toss-up. They will be good favorites against BW. They'll hammer Scott.

 

After Ryle and HHS there is no team in NKY that is a definite favorite against CCH. That may say more about how Ryle and HHS have separated themselves but it is the truth.

 

49 - 14 and CCH got off to a terrible start.

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Campbell County beats Norwood, then loses large twice in back to back games. There are issues with suspended players, ineligible players, injured players and players quiting this week and then come back in the same week. I have also heard that the coaches always worry about during their games, where they will be going to party afterwards. They let the Basketball Coach go for lack of performance, but kept the Football Staff. I will say now, do not expect them to make the playoffs. Bob Miller Stadium will be emptier as the season progresses.

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I understand that if you look at scores and see that CCH gets hammered by Ryle and La Salle that you assume that they're going to get handled by a lot of teams. It's simply not true.

 

Zero chance the Camels were going to win this game and not much of a chance it was going to stay close. CCH isn't great. They don't stop the run well. QB is young. Regardless, other than the two they've lost and probably Lou X and HHS they're going to be able to win the remaining games. NC and Dixie will be a toss-up. They will be good favorites against BW. They'll hammer Scott.

 

After Ryle and HHS there is no team in NKY that is a definite favorite against CCH. That may say more about how Ryle and HHS have separated themselves but it is the truth.

 

49 - 14 and CCH got off to a terrible start.

 

:thumb: on all points. Highlands is in a league of their own right now. Ryle is the only N. Ky. team with a prayer of a chance to beat them. Then there is a pack of teams that are all about even and CCH is in that pack.

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Please explain the offensive pass interference penalty. Is it loss if down and 15 yard penalty? What if the defense declines the penalty.... they get the ball AND a 15 yard penalty was assessed against the team that it was called against? It seems that it was called twice during this game but the penalty was different both times.

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Campbell County beats Norwood, then loses large twice in back to back games. There are issues with suspended players, ineligible players, injured players and players quiting this week and then come back in the same week. I have also heard that the coaches always worry about during their games, where they will be going to party afterwards. They let the Basketball Coach go for lack of performance, but kept the Football Staff. I will say now, do not expect them to make the playoffs. Bob Miller Stadium will be emptier as the season progresses.

It will never end, no offense equal no winning. Their is a major problem with discipline, and that on the coaches.

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We were confused about this at first, but after thinking about it, they took the penalty, marked off the 15 yards, then the loss of down turns the ball over to CCH.

 

Probably the most severe penalty that a offense can get called on them in a football game and the "stripes" did make the correct call by first marking off the penalty and then giving CovCath the ball as it was indeed a 4th down attempt for Campbell County.

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It will never end, no offense equal no winning. Their is a major problem with discipline, and that on the coaches.

 

Interesting, as I would have thought going into this season that offense would have been a strong point for Campbell. Last year their offense performed fairly well and their defense was awful. It would appear they've not made much strides in the defensive area and have regressed offensively.

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Campbell County beats Norwood, then loses large twice in back to back games. There are issues with suspended players, ineligible players, injured players and players quiting this week and then come back in the same week. I have also heard that the coaches always worry about during their games, where they will be going to party afterwards. They let the Basketball Coach go for lack of performance, but kept the Football Staff. I will say now, do not expect them to make the playoffs. Bob Miller Stadium will be emptier as the season progresses.

 

What are you talking about?

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CovCath trounces Campbell County

By Marc Hardin • Enquirer contributor • September 11, 2010 NKy.com

 

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Tailback Leo Schaefer was so happy about Covington Catholic’s 49-14 thrashing of visiting Campbell County on Saturday that he was pounding on metal locker doors in the post-game locker room.

 

Alex Connelly, whose 11-yard touchdown catch broke a 14-14 tie and gave the Colonels the lead for good with a little more than a minute to go before halftime,danced with a football in his hands inside a circle of teammates who egged him on.

 

To read more click the link above.

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I thought that the ceremonies prior to the start of the game, where they spoke about Brain Williams, who lost his life in the 9/11 tragedy and the Kenny and Brain Williams Fund was nicely done.

 

That fund has and will continue to help a lot of young men to attend Covington Catholic and others in the community.

See link to the Kenny & Brian Williams fund

 

The huge American Flag that was held by senior Alex Cosby as he and the CovCath football team ran onto the field was fitting a tribute to those who lost their lives, just nine years ago.

 

Click to see picture

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Defense, passing keys in CovCath rout of Campbell

Reported by John Lachmann

KyPost.com

 

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COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington Catholic’s first three opponents averaged 44 points, so defense has obviously been a problem area for the Colonels early this season.

 

After another mercurial start defensively on Saturday, the Colonels blanked Campbell County in the second half en route to a 49-14 win at Wooten Field.

 

The CovCath defensive unit that surrendered touchdown drives of 84 yards in the first quarter and 74 yards in the second bore no resemblance to the squad that allowed just 120 yards the final two stanzas.

 

To read the rest of the article see the link above

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