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  1. Tigers got 3 TD passes from Brady Clark to junior wideout Shannon Tonge, and 3 rushing TD’s from junior RB T.J. Greenwell to lead them to victory. Injury-plagued Bardstown, down several starters on both sides of the ball and with no kicker, got an inspirational speech at lunch from USMC Sgt. Rockett about “Hold the Rope” next-man-up mentality, and certainly the Tigers have responded, starting several freshmen and sophomores and playing reserve upperclassmen out of position due to absences. Out of necessity, Clark was also the team’s second-leading rusher and even has had to play defense.
  2. Mike Marksbury does a nice job, and I don't want our boys to approach this game with the swollen headiness of their new #1 ranking.
  3. Bardstown sells grilled pork chop sandwiches and pork burgers that were pre-marinated at the regionally well-known Boone's Butcher Shop here in Bardstown. They are huge, and as addictive as crack. They are grilled by Coach Glenn Koger and the Tiger baseball team, and all proceeds help support the team.
  4. Who will/should be favored in the games listed above? I know that Spencer County is actually a very solid team with 4 of the top 20 running backs in 4A.
  5. Brady Clark is also a 4.0 student and an exceptional high-character young man held in high regard by his teachers, classmates, and community, with an almost-maddening radiant positivity that rubs off on everyone around him. The son (and grandson) of football coaches, Brady eats, drinks and breathes football from the moment he wakes until the moment he closes his eyes, and probably dreams over-the-top TD throws while sleeping. Watches more film, both self-study and opponent, than anyone I’ve seen. He would leave after baseball games in the Spring and grab a couple buddies, flip on the lights at
  6. Again, love my Tigers, but having trouble wrapping my head around a number one ranking with the current defense. Its getting better, and we definitely have a #1 offense, but defense is still too soft for my delicate palate.
  7. Clarks official stat line was 12-15, 298 yards, 3 TD’s.
  8. Game not as close as final score indicates. Tigers a little clunky out of the gates and let Etown break off a long run for the first score, but T.J. Greenwell returned the ensuing kickoff for a TD, and then got a long scoring pass from Senior QB Brady Clark to Jr. WR Shannon Tonge, to up 14-7 in the 1st, 21-7 at half, and 42-7 early 4th. Clark finished with 4 TD passes and Greenwell ran for a score, caught a pass for a score, and returned the aforementioned kick for a score, and the Tigers bend-but-don’t break defense stopped E-Town to 1-7 on 4th down conversion plays. It’s time to s
  9. Green is a pretty good team, so I think we will see a little more about Taylor County this week. Nipping Spencer by a point does not inspire confidence. The Russell-Lawrence County game may tell us whether or not Belfry losing a bunch of early games is going to mean anything at all in the long run. Central is really athletic (albeit not deep) and would expect them to beat Belfry, especially with the long drive and emotion-fueled renaming of their stadium. The margin may well illustrate where Belfry is. Everyone is favoring Bardstown over a down E-town team, but I am cautious; again, margin ma
  10. I think thats a fair score. John Hardin is a really solid team, but lacks depth. Central will focus on Strand and probably has better edge defense than anyone John Hardin has played to date.
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