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  1. 8/6 Casey County (Scrimmage) 8/13 at Taylor County (Scrimmage) 8/20 Belfry (at Southwestern Don Franklin Bowl) 8/27 at Wayne County 9/3 at Lincoln County 9/10 Corbin 9/17 Madison Southern 9/24 at Whitley County 10/1 South Laurel 10/8 at North Laurel 10/15 Bell County 10/22 Southwestern
  2. 8/20 at Powell County 8/27 at South Laurel 9/3 vs. East Carter 9/24 at Rockcastle County* 10/22 vs. Bell County* Rest of Schedule is TBA. EDIT: I'm thinking Estill at Breathitt on Sep 10th. They've played each other around this date past couple of years. Can't see them changing but could be wrong.
  3. We've made it through week 2 of the 2020/21 season. We've seen up and downs from across the 14th region. Did anything change from last week? Let's take a look. * District Games. 1) Knott County Central (4-1): Previous Rank: 1 This week: 1/18 at June Buchanan*, 1/20 at Cordia*, 1/23 vs. North Laurel The Patriots entered last week 4-0 with one game on the schedule. Knott County Central would see their undefeated streak come to an end by the hands of Belfry 67-60. The Patriots shouldn't have much of a problem with the two upcoming district games with June Buchanan and Cordia to begin the week but when they host North Laurel on Saturday, they will have their hands full. 2) Hazard (4-2): Previous Rank: 3 This week: 1/18 vs. Cordia, 1/23 at Owsley County After two straight losses to open up the season, the Bulldogs have countered it with a 4 game win streak. Wins include; 66-58 Wolfe County, Powell County 80-38, Buckhorn 81-60 and Perry County Central 58-48. 3 of the 4 were on the road. 3) Breathitt County (4-1): Previous Rank: 4 This week: 1/19 vs. Buckhorn, 1/22 at Wolfe County*. Breathitt County had two games on the schedule for last week but was able to play only one due to the game with Perry Central being canceled due to Covid-19. The game they got to play they had a long way to travel as they went to Bethlehem. It wasn't pretty but the Bobcats were able to leave Bardstown with the 49-47 win. 4) Wolfe County (2-3): Previous Rank: 2 This week: 1/19 vs. Perry County Central, 1/22 vs. Breathitt County* The Wolves suffered two losses last week, falling 66-58 to Hazard and 67-58 to Woodford County (at Lexington Catholic). Wolfe County barely missed it being 3 straight losses when they edged out Estill County 56-54 in overtime. Wolfe County will have two big challenges this week. 5) Perry County Central (0-3): Previous Rank: 5 This week: 1/18 vs. Leslie County*, 1/19 at Wolfe County, 1/23 vs. Bell County. Commodores continue to struggle as they fell 58-48 to Hazard last week to extend their losing streak to 3 games. Can the Commodores get things turned around this week? 6) Leslie County (2-2): Previous Rank: 6 This week: 1/18 at Perry County Central*, 1/22 vs. Buckhorn* The Eagles started the season off 2-0 but have lost two straight. They fell 58-53 to Knott County Central on the 9th and 81-69 to Clay County on the 14th. Can the Eagles regroup and change things this week? 7) Estill County (2-2): Previous Rank: 8 This week: 1/19 vs. Trinity Christian, 1/22 at Powell County* After starting the season off 2-0, Estill County has dropped their last two games, falling 56-54 heartbreaker in overtime to Wolfe County and North Laurel 89-59. Estill County will look to regroup this week. Both opponents are combined 0-3. 8 ) Buckhorn (3-2): Previous Rank: 7 This week: 1/19 at Breathitt County, 1/21 vs. Letcher County Central, 1/22 at Leslie County* The Wildcats split their games last week, defeating Cordia 77-72 but falling to Hazard 81-60. It doesn't get any easier for the Wildcats this week. 9) Letcher County Central (2-2): Previous Rank: 9 This week: 1/19 vs. Phelps The Cougars were able to get one game in this past week, 31-point victory over June Buchanan 69-38 before Covid-19 Cancellations hit. 10) Cordia (2-2): Previous Rank: 10 This week: 1/18 at Hazard, 1/20 vs. Knott County Central*, 1/23 vs. Shelby Valley Cordia continues to struggle against the regions top teams. Can they find a way to change that this week? 11) Owsley County (2-2): Previous Rank: 11 This week: 1/19 vs. Lee County*, 1/22 vs. June Buchanan, 1/23 vs. Hazard The Owls lost their district opener last week to Estill County 45-34 but bounced back with a district win over Lee County 64-61. Can the Owls pick up another win and defeat those same Bobcats this week when they host Lee County? 12) Lee County (3-4): Previous Rank: 13 This week: 1/19 at Owsley County*, 1/21 vs. Phelps, 1/23 at Jackson City. The Bobcats have rallied to win 3 of their last 4 games after starting the season off 0-3. Can they keep up the hot streak? 13) Jackson City (0-1): Previous Rank: 14 This week: 1/19 at Jenkins, 1/21 at Riverside Christian*, 1/23 vs. Lee County. The Tigers were finally able to get their season underway last week but it didn't go as plan as they fell and fell hard to LIGHT (Danville KY) (Home School) 63-46. 14) Powell County (0-2): Previous Rank: 12 This week: 1/19 at Harrison County, 1/22 vs. Estill County* The Pirates have lost both of their season opening games last week. Falling hard, really hard to Hazard 80-38 and a 53-47 loss to Williamstown. Can the Pirates somehow manage to get things turned around this week? Especially on Friday when district rival, Estill County comes to town? 15) June Buchanan (1-5): Previous Rank: 15 This week: 1/18 vs. Knott County Central*, 1/19 at Riverside Christian, 1/22 at Owsley County. The Crusaders losing skid has reached 5 straight games. All have been blowouts and4 of those 5 losses, they have been held under 40 points per game while their opponents have scored 54+ points. 16) Riverside Christian (0-4): Previous Rank: 16 This week: 1/19 vs. June Buchanan, 1/21 vs. Jackson City* The Rams have lost 4 straight to open up the season. It may not get any better for the Rams as the season goes along.
  4. Final from London in the Legacy Nissan Classic.
  5. Season just starting. If I was a team I would not, absolutely not wanna play Wolfe at their home late in the season nor in the post season. IF they gel together they will be a force to be reckoned with. They have one of the best coaches in the region. I'm an Estill fan, IF Bentley was to leave Estill for another job, the person I would want walking the sidelines in Irvine would be Robert Scott Creech. That would be my only choice. Estill County on the other hand, has got to get better at the free throw line and cut down on the turnovers.
  6. Estill had a chance to tie at the buzzer but it comes off the rim. Estill was like 5-17 from the free throw line and had right around 20 turnovers.
  7. Per Wayne County Open Job Thread: Wayne County Cardinal alum, Tyler Guffey, has been named the programs 11th head coach, per school website: Wayne County Schools didn’t have to look far to replace the most successful football coach in school history, as he was already on the sidelines and in the hallway. Tyler Guffey, a 2014 graduate of Wayne County High School and an assistant coach the past six seasons, was officially named the head football coach on January 12th. “We are excited to hire one of our ‘own’ as the next head football coach at Wayne County. Tyler was a tremendous player for many years and played the game the right way. I have no doubt that’s how he will run things from the helm. We are thankful for the many years of leadership from Coach Thompson and we look forward to the future with Tyler Guffey as our head football coach,” said Wayne County Schools Athletic Director Kevin Jones. Guffey, a standout player for Wayne County from 2010-2013, has been the offensive coordinator the past two seasons, including the 2019 season that included a 10-2 mark and district championship. Since Guffey has been on staff, as an assistant to former Head Coach Shawn Thompson, the Cards are 56-18, which includes regional championships in 2015, 2016, and 2017. “Tyler Guffey sees the football program as an extension of his own family. He has the mindset to continue the level of championship football, that we have come to expect at Wayne County. But he also uses the game to teach life lessons outside of football that help mold our youth for their future, and that was important moving forward,” said Wayne County High School Principal Steve Thompson. Guffey is regarded as one of both the toughest and greatest players in program history and the numbers certainly support that. The new head coach holds single season records for passing TDs (32), and passing yards (3297), while holding school records for career passing yards (7056), passing TDs (70) and total TDs with (109). Guffey was 34-6 as the starting quarterback in 2013, was the Class 3A Player of Year, District 4 Player of Year and a three-time All-District selection. Guffey’s record as the quarterback and assistant coach is 90-22, numbers not lost on the hiring committee, or former Head Coach Shawn Thompson. “Tyler was a warrior on the field. He knows what it takes to compete at a high level each Friday night. Tyler will take great pride and work to no end to keep Wayne County Football a class act program on and off the field,” stated former Coach Shawn Thompson. Tyler has been teaching Math full time at Wayne County High School for over two years. Previously, he taught sixth grade Math and also served as a Health instructor at the high school. He finished his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Midway College in Secondary Mathematics and the end of 2017. Both he and his wife, Monica, work in the Wayne County School system. https://www3.wayne.kyschools.us/1/News/7422#sthash.JUOm2Xtr.dpbs
  8. Final from Booneville. Sluggish start for both teams. Estill pulled away in the 4Q.
  9. Didn't see another thread about it. Job was posted on KHSAA on the 5th.
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