Lexington Catholic at Boyle County Predictions

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  • Lexington Catholic

    96 85.71%
  • Boyle County

    16 14.29%
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoppaBear
    I know that it is just Monday, but there is very little chat going on about this game so far. Either 1) the rivalry just isn't there this year, 2) everybody on both sides is just hanging low and trying not to fan any flames or 3) nobody really cares about this game.....

    It's different right now than it was before. Boyle's program has slipped some and Lex Cath has remained pretty potent. If Boyle pulls this one off it could turn the season around. If not, then the Rebels might be looking at a long year.
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    I am still sticking with Boyle. They do have the talent along with a great coaching staff.

    Go REBELS!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hearsay
    I think Lexington Catholic will win this game.

    On another note, Boyle Asst. Coach Mason I heard lost his mother last week. I know he has suffered, and overcome, plenty of personal tragedy in his life and he is a nice young man and I am praying for him and wish him the best.

    Rebels, keep slugging it out. Keep your eyes straight ahead and stand by one another's side, and all of the negativity and naysaying in the world will not keep you from becoming men, even in a losing effort.
    I love that comment.

    And yes, coach Mason did lose his mother last week.

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    I am thinking that this game will not be to close of a game. Isreal will be back for Lexcath this week and Boyle co. Qb I hear will be out this week with a collar bone injury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoppaBear
    I know that it is just Monday, but there is very little chat going on about this game so far. Either 1) the rivalry just isn't there this year, 2) everybody on both sides is just hanging low and trying not to fan any flames or 3) nobody really cares about this game.....
    A few years back this would be right up there with Trinity-Saint X in terms of importance and hype. Given that Boyle County is 0-4, the matchup has lost some luster this year. Given the history of these two, though, I wouldn't be surprised if it turns out to be a great game!

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    I will say this... KY football seems much more interesting/exciting when Boyle County is doing very well. I hope BC comes away with the "W."

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    Lex Cath wins by 14

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    Boyle 21 Catholic 42

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    Lexington Catholic 38-17.

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    LC - 54
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    Perry the starting QB for Boyle has a broken collarbone right?

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    I have heard that IF Boyle Co. wins this game, the goalposts are coming down.

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    Arguably the toughest schedule in the state doesn't get any easier this week for the Reb's. Catholic 42-20

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    Lex Cath 42
    Boyle 7

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    Lexington Catholic rolls past Boyle.

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    Does anyone know who will start at Q/B with Perry out? Smith got the nod last week, but Mason had been seeing back up duties before last week.

    Anyway, kids who get a start like this will usually come out hot and play a great first half on pure adrenaline. If whomever gets the start can get a couple of completions under their belt, along with a good sustained drive or two, Boyle might get some confidence and roll.

    Going out on a limb...
    Boyle 33
    Lex Cath - 31

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