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  1. NEWPORT 29, LLOYD 13 -- Senior Brandon Carter broke two long touchdown runs to lead Newport. Carter gave the Wildcats a quick lead with a 76-yard touchdown run on Newport’s first play from scrimmage. Carter capped the scoring for Newport with a 44-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Carter, who lines up at both running back and receiver, finished with six carries for 142 rushing yards and three receptions for 30 yards. Senior quarterback Demetri Brown added 52 rushing yards on 15 carries and completed 11 of 20 passes for 181 yards and a 20-yard touchdown pass to senior receiver Rodney Orr. Junior receiver Andrew Merrill was Brown’s top target with five catches for 114 yards. Lloyd sophomore quarterback Dexter Smith ran 23 times for 86 yards and one second-quarter touchdown, accounting for the Juggernauts other touchdown with an 11-yard pass to senior Jon Danks in the fourth quarter. LLOYD 0-7-0-6—13 at NEWPORT 7-8-0-14— 29 N-Carter 76 run (Franco kick) N-Orr 20 pass from Brown (Orr run) L-Smith 5 run (Blankenship kick) N-Shepherd 1 run (Franco kick) N-Carter 44 run (Franco kick) L-Danks 11 pass from Smith (kick blocked) RECORDS: Newport 4-3, 1-1 Class 2A; Lloyd 1-6, 0-1.
  2. NEWPORT, Ky. - For the 11th straight year, the Firemen's Bell will ring at Newport Central Catholic. The traveling trophy, the spoils of war in the annual rivalry with Newport, will spend another year on NewCath's campus after the Thoroughbreds dominated the Wildcats, 54-13, Friday night. NewCath, No. 1 in this week's state Division 2A rankings, scored touchdowns on its first eight possessions while bottling up Newport's offense for much of the night. Newport (3-3) finished the night with 178 total yards of offense, while quarterback Demetri Brown — who entered the game averaging 130 rushing yards a game — managed to break even with zero net yards on 19 carries. "They're the No. 1 team in the state for a reason," said Newport coach Nick Rice. "They came out and punched us in the mouth, and didn't let us play our kind of game." NewCath opened the scoring with a 1-yard touchdown run by senior runningback Chris Kelly that capped its 78-yard opening possession. After Bryan Doyle intercepted a Brown pass on the ensuing Newport drive, NewCath quarterback Brady Hightchew connected on a 22-yard scoring strike to Brennan Daunt to put the Thoroughbreds up, 14-0. NewCath tacked on another three touchdowns before the end of the first half, including a six-yard run by Chris Kelly, a one-yard scamper by Jake Cain and a 29-yard touchdown catch from Doyle, before Newport threatened. Held to just five yards of total offense until that point, the Wildcats put together a 68-yard drive just before the half highlighted by a 49-yard pass from Brown to Andrew Merrill. After the catch, the junior receiver then flipped the ball to Brandon Carter, who made it down to the NewCath three-yard line before being tackled as the clock ran out. Down 33-0 at the half, Newport responded at the start of the second half. On a third-and-19 play from their own 22, Brown lofted a bomb to sophomore receiver Daylin Garland in double coverage. Garland came down with the reception, then beat the defense in a foot race to the end zone to put Newport on the scoreboard, 33-6. But NewCath couldn't be stopped, adding touchdowns on a one-yard Clayton Bohla run and a 13-yard touchdown run by Hightchew to go up, 47-6, by the end of the third quarter. The Thoroughbreds tacked on another score after a Newport snap sailed over punter David Franco's head and was downed at the seven. Three plays later, Pete Collopy ran the ball in from two yards to cap NewCath's scoring. Newport added a late score after three straight rushes by junior Robert Engram encompassing 41 yards, including the two-yard scoring finale. NewCath finished with 397 yards of total offense, including Hightchew's 10-of-14 performance for 186 passing yards and two passing touchdowns to go with one rushing score. Kelly, named the game's MVP, finished the night with 114 yards on 14 carries and two touchdowns. The Thoroughbreds defense also shined, sacking the elusive Brown six times. Brown threw for 154 yards on 6-of-15 passing, including a touchdown and an interception. The Wildcats were led by Engram in rushing (41 yards) and Garland's 78 receiving yards. NewCath, which advanced to 6-1 on the season, plays at Holy Cross (2-4) next week, while the Wildcats will look to rebound at home against Lloyd Memorial (1-5). NEWCATH 14-19-14-7—54 at NEWPORT 0-0-6-7—13 NCC-Kelly 1 run (Burns kick) NCC-Daunt 20 pass from Hightchew (Burns kick) NCC-Kelly 6 run (kick failed) NCC-Cain 1 run (2-pt attempt failed) NCC-Doyle 29 pass from Hightchew (Burns kick) N-Garland 78 pass from Brown (conversion failed) NCC-Bohla 1 run (Burns kick) NCC-Hightchew 7 run (Burns kick) NCC-Collopy 3 run (Burns kick) N-Engram 3 run (Franco kick) RECORDS: NewCath 6-1, Newport 3-3.
  3. NEWPORT 42, ESTILL COUNTY 22 – Newport senior wide receiver Rodney Orr caught six passes for a career-high 294 yards and four touchdowns. Newport senior quarterback Demetri Brown completed 10 of 16 passes for 307 yards and five TDs. Brown also had 17 carries for 123 yards and another score as Newport won its second straight game. NEWPORT 7-28-0-7—42 at ESTILL CO. 0-14-0-8—22 N-Orr 18 pass from Brown (Franco kick) EC-Mize 85 punt return (Davidson run) N-Orr 69 pass from Brown (Franco kick) N-Orr 45 pass from Brown (Franco kick) EC-Davidson 45 run (run failed) N-Orr 80 pass from Brown (Franco kick) N-Merrill 6 pass from Brown (Franco kick) EC-Carson 1 run (Berryman kick) N-Brown 6 run (Franco kick) RECORDS: Newport 3-2, Estill County 1-4.
  4. NEWPORT 62, DAYTON 0 -- Senior quarterback Demetri Brown completed 9 of 12 passes for 148 yards and four touchdowns, and he ran the ball 16 times for 122 yards and a TD as Newport pounded Dayton, 62-0 on Friday. Senior Rodney Orr caught three passes for 93 yards and a pair of scores, and had a 99-yard touchdown called back because of an ineligible receiver penalty. Senior Brandon Carter got the Wildcats started by scoring the first two touchdowns of game in the first quarter. DAYTON 0-0-0-0—0 at NEWPORT 21-0-28-13—62 N-Carter 11 run (Franco kick) N-Carter 1 run (Franco kick) N-Orr 20 pass from Brown (Franco kick) N-Whaley 2 pass from Brown (Franco kick) N-Orr 55 pass from Brown (Franco kick) N-Merrill 5 pass from Brown (Franco kick) N-Brown 26 run (Franco kick) N-Garland 21 run (kick failed) N-Turner 18 fumble recovery (Franco kick) RECORDS: Newport 2-2, Dayton 0-4.
  5. BELLEVUE 35, NEWPORT 34 – Senior D.J. Slater scored back-to-back touchdowns early in the fourth quarter, and a two-point conversion following the latter iced the game. Slater finished with 23 carries for 195 yards, four touchdowns and a two-point conversion. It was the first career win for Tigers coach Russ Shearer, who lost his coaching debut vs. Holy Cross last week. NEWPORT 20-6-0-8—34 at BELLEVUE 8-7-6-14—35 N-McDay 29 pass from Brown (Franco kick) N-Engram 51 fumble recovery (Franco kick) B-Slater 59 run (Slater run) N-Brown 25 run (pass failed) B-Slater 4 run (Dill kick) N-Washington 47 pass from Brown (pass failed) B-Huff 2 run (run failed) B-Slater 16 run (run failed) B-Slater 39 run (Huff pass from Sparks) N-Brown 12 run (Brown run) RECORDS: Bellevue 1-1, Newport 0-1.
  6. Could someone please fix Jorden's name in the title of this thread. Thanks.
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