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  1. I'll be at this one. Look for the guy in the blue/white 'Bluegrasspreps' hat if anyone wants to meet up.
  2. Fair enough, but you've got to expect to catch some flak when your opinion isn't supported by anything objective.
  3. No insult to CCH's schedule, but if they were still playing GCL teams and having this much success then people would probably agree that CCH is #1 in the state.
  4. Covington Catholic Franklin County Glasgow Male Moore Walton-Verona
  5. 7 - Scott County 5 - Beechwood 3 - Bishop Brossart 2 - Grant County 1 - Newport Central Catholic TB - Scott County
  6. 5 - Beechwood 3 - Scott County 3 - Mayfield 1 - Taylor County 1 - Bowling Green 1 - Trinity 1 - Franklin-Simpson 1 - Casey County 1 - Elizabethtown 1 - Caldwell County TB - 44
  7. 7 - Belfry 5 - Tates Creek 3 - Whitley County 2 - Magoffin County 1 - Floyd Central TB - Belfry
  8. 7 - Kentucky Country Day 5 - Bowling Green 3 - Taylor County 2 - Elizabethtown 1 - Trinity TB - Kentucky Country Day
  9. 7 - Caldwell County 5 - Christian County 3 - Greenwood 2 - Bowling Green 1 - Calloway County TB - Caldwell County
  10. Both went to Dunbar, so it could've been a single school problem rather than county-wide. Actually, I don't know if Fayette county schools are open enrollment. If not, then they should be.
  11. I think Scott and X are a couple places too low and Ryle and Butler are a couple places too high, but otherwise, not bad.
  12. If my cousins (who recently graduated from Fayette county high schools) are to be believed then it is a culture problem. According to them, sports were not looked upon favorably by most students and if you were to play a sport, soccer was the one of choice. Lafayette and Henry Clay (among others) have had very talented teams, ones with multiple D1 players sometimes, but they could never channel that talent properly. Frederick Douglas appears to have a good coach, good culture, and good facilities. It wouldn't surprise me at all if they became the destination school for football in Lexington.
  13. 5 - Trinity 3 - Anderson Co 3 - Somerset 1 - Butler 1 - Graves County 1 - Belfry 1 - Lexington Christian 1 - Reitz 1 - John Hardin 1 - Corbin TB - 38
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