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  1. Especially going from a spread offense to a timing based flexbone. A full offseason is much needed for this young Anderson County squad.
  2. Of course it seems like LCA should roll in much the same fashion as Somerset did against Danville but LCA needs to be wary of a letdown game. They just came off a tough, intense game against a very solid Somerset squad. Danville is eager to get taste of the Somerset loss out of their mouth especially since their game vs Washington County was postponed last week. The recipe is there for a game much closer than most of us imagine it will be. Expect a game that’s close for a half to three quarters with LCA pulling away in the fourth.
  3. Lexington Catholic (2-2) takes a trip down the Bluegrass Parkway to Lawrenceburg to take on Anderson County (0-6). Fortunately for the Knights the trip shouldn’t be too long. Anderson County’s best hope is to find a way to run the ball and eat tons of clock. If not Lexington Catholic will by licking their chops to take their spread offense up against an Anderson County secondary that has been unable to stop the pass. Any hope that Anderson comes away with the huge upset and gets their first win of the season?
  4. Boyle County has rolled through district play so far by a combined score of 96-0. Bourbon County should pose more of an offensive threat than Anderson County but don’t seem to be a real threat to Boyle’s hopes of a victory. Bourbon County lost last week to Lexington Catholic 52-0. That would be the same Lex Cath squad that Boyle beat 40-0 just a couple weeks ago. Can Bourbon give Boyle any type of a challenge or will the JV squad get to play another half of varsity football?
  5. As predicted by everyone it was all Boyle in this one who jumped out to a 41-0 lead and a running clock in the first quarter. Boyle scored once in the 2nd quarter for a 48-0 halftime lead and the 2nd string got a score in the 2nd half bringing us to the 54-0 final.
  6. 2 point conversion is no good. 54-0 Boyle 3 minutes left in the 3rd quarter.
  7. Boyle gets it to 4th and 1 but cannot convert. Halftime. Boyle County 48 Anderson County 0
  8. Boyle hit with a holding and an unsportsmanlike penalty. 1st and 35 for the Rebels.
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