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  1. I'll be surprised if this one doesn't go to the wire. Russell has looked really good on defense the last two weeks and this might be the best East Carter team in a long time. I'll take the Devils in a close one because of the defense, and especially if they can build on the Ashland win. I think Charlie Terry's going to give them problems, though.
  2. Cardinals venture into Louisville's bear den seeking a jump start Records: Ballard (5-3), Scott County (5-3) BGP Ranking: Ballard (#6 in 6A), Scott County (#10 in 5A) Series History: Scott County leads 2-0 all-time Table Setter: If the Bruins and Cardinals can come anywhere near matching their last meeting in 2019, this could be the runaway pick for game of the week. The lead changed hands half a dozen times that night in Georgetown before Scott County denied a two point conversion by Ballard in overtime, to win 46-45. If the Bruins' front seven has anything to say ab
  3. I would say under-the-radar more than underrated. Maybe that's what @MorrowManiac meant? Nobody's really talking about Central. They're about as low-key right now as a program of their stature can be. They won't be in the shadows for much longer if they win big this week.
  4. LCA's talented tandem form a thorn in Briar Jumpers' side; McKee runs with the Devils, Northington punishes PRP, Dixon rights the Pirate ship, and Hergott continues to pile on in district play In alphabetical order: Xavier Brown (ATH, Lexington Christian Academy) Season to date: 71 carries for 699 yards and 8 touchdowns ; 161 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns Highlights: vs. Somerset Week 9: Hearing the names LCA and Somerset coupled together conjures up visuals of 2A's elite, engaging in a series of battles for the ages in 2019 and last year. The Eagles and Jumpers
  5. The trap is going to be laid this week. Like last year, Hazard is going to roll over and let Pikeville run the clock on them in the regular season before shocking the football world in the playoffs. Pikeville, big. They've had this one circled on the calender in red ink since the moment they walked off the turf at Hillard Howard Field last year.
  6. I say this every season, but it bears repeating... This is the best rivalry in 1A. No two teams in the class get after each other like Raceland and Paintsville. It's not easy for a reigning state champion to fly below the radar, but that's what Paintsville is doing at the moment. The Tigers could sneak up and beat a lot of teams ranked ahead of them, but lying in the weeds isn't really an option for them against Raceland. The Rams have no excuse not to be ready, especially with the game being in Paintsville. Give me the Rams by two scores. They have many more options offensively th
  7. Top 5 matchup awaits as Admirals dock in Lexington Records: LCA (8-0), Danville (6-3) BGP Ranking: LCA (#1 in 2A), Danville (#4 in 2A) Series History: Danville leads 7-5 all-time Table Setter: The Ads represent District 4's last shot to cast doubt on the invincibility of LCA. The Eagles have barely broken a sweat the last two weeks, quickly dispatching Washington County and Somerset by an average score of 59-6. Xavier Brown and Mason Moore have proven impossible to contain of late, with the duo averaging over 40 yards per touch during those games. Danville pushed the E
  8. From the Capital City to Derby City, Franklin County revisits the scene of last year's coming out party Records: Central (6-3), Franklin County (5-3) BGP Ranking: Central (#4 in 4A), Franklin County (#6 in 4A) Series History: Tied at 2-2 Table Setter: With both teams having dusted the rest of 4A District 4, the time has come for Central and Franklin County to decide the order at the top and home field for the inevitable playoff rematch. The Yellow Jackets and Flyers handled Waggener, Shelby County, and North Oldham by average score of 45-6 per game. Central has the thr
  9. Indians' war chant welcomes Defenders to Richmond Records: Bryan Station (7-1), Madison Central (7-1) BGP Ranking: Bryan Station (#6 in 6A), Madison Central (#9 in 6A) Series History: Station leads 12-10 all-time Table Setter: Station and Madison Central have both taken care of business in the district to set up this tussle for the one seed and home field for at least the first two rounds of the playoffs. Last Friday, the Defenders put down 10th ranked Oldham County by three scores, while the Indians rolled over GRC 43-7. This was the same GRC squad that Station grinded ou
  10. Cards aim to reassert command of rival following last year's once in a generation loss Records: Mayfield (8-0), Murray (5-2) BGP Ranking: Mayfield (#3 in 2A), Murray (#9 in 2A) Series History: Mayfield leads 25-1 dating back to 1998 Table Setter: From 1998-2020, few rivalries around the state were as one sided as the Cardinals vs. Tigers. It was all Mayfield, all the time. Murray's time finally came last November, as they ended 23 years of frustration and Mayfield's 46 game home playoff winning streak to take the district title from the Cardinals. That was then, this i
  11. Differences to be settled in the latest chapter of the Pulaski County Civil War Records: Southwestern (7-1), Pulaski County (6-3) BGP Ranking: Southwestern (#6 in 5A), Pulaski County (#9 in 5A) Series History: Pulaski County leads 17-16 all-time Table Setter: This has long been one of the better rivalries in 5A, with the Warriors and Maroons trading wins and district titles over the last ten years. Backyard and district bragging rights are routinely on the line. Both teams come in ranked, with Southwestern suffering one loss this year, shorthanded at Mercer County. Pulaski
  12. I love it. Always keep a shovel handy to dig up an old post. 😂
  13. Same. Maybe if LCC had been more competitive with Pikeville, I could see them putting up a fight against JC. That game was only a game for one quarter before Pikeville ran away with it. These two have only met four times before, all in the last couple of years. The combined score in the young series is 209-7 in favor of JC. I don't know that LCC has a way to offset JC's strength and physicality at the point of attack.
  14. Who do they replace? From looking at last week's rankings, the only top 10 team that lost this week was Graves and I don't see the Eagles falling far, if at all. Plus, BG would have to make it in over a Highlands team that has a win over them and narrowly lost to CovCath tonight.
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