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  1. The Flyers fell short of the state semifinals a season ago, exiting with a 10-3 record via a 13-7 loss in overtime against Knox Central. They'll open 2019 at an East Jessamine squad that moves up in class to 5A this year, going 4-7 in 4A last season, and falling to John Hardin in the first round of the playoffs. Will East Jessamine be able to defend their homefield or will the Flyers.... uh, fly?
  2. The back to back defending state champions of 4A open up their latest title defense with neighboring Greenwood. Franklin has faced off with the Gators for the last ten seasons, and have won three straight and five of six from Greenwood. The last two were particularly lopsided affairs, with the Wildcats winning by a combined 113-13 score. Greenwood is looking to rebound from a 2-9 campaign a season ago. Can Greenwood get back in the game or will Franklin-Simpson run away with this again?
  3. The Redhounds open the 2019 campaign with the first of three straight home games, looking to impress immediately in their new class. The 2018 3A state runners-up match up with 5A Whitley County. The Colonels went 3-8 a season ago, which included a 36-7 loss in their season opener against the same Corbin team. Will the result be different this time?
  4. The Rebels open up their 2019 campaign in the Little Caesars Ft. Harrod Bowl taking place at Mercer County. The 4A favorites haven't lost in their last 17 regular season contests, dating to a 10-7 loss to Danville in 2017. They'll meet an Iroquois team that went 2-8 a season ago and failed to reach the playoffs. The result seems to be in little doubt, making the question, how lopsided does this get?
  5. Franklin-Simpson saw an end to their 12 game winning streak and a seven game home streak in a running clock 36-14 loss to 5A powerhouse South Warren. Greenwood is entering on a two game losing streak, with their season so far tracking just like last season. Franklin has won two in a row against Greenwood, but failed to pick up the third in a row the last time they had such a win streak (in 2015). Can the Gators pull an incredible upset or do the Wildcats right the ship immediately?
  6. Knox Central enters at 1-1, and took the off week to clear their head from a blowout loss against Tennessee power Alcoa. The Panthers haven't fallen to Harlan County since 2013, and enjoyed a 43-23 blowout a year ago. Harlan County is 0-2 - will Knox send them to 0-3?
  7. The Tigers started 0-2 just like 2017, but took the first step in showing that 2018 is a different year in knocking off Caldwell County 35-20 in the battle of the Tigers. That brings them to their rivalry game with Christian County, who also enter at 1-2. Christian County is coming off a surprising loss to Henderson County (28-7), and their lone win was in a dogfight against the very same Caldwell County team Hopkinsville just beat. Hopkinsville hasn't beaten Christian County since 2014, but is this the year?
  8. Another year, another crushing blowout in Week 1 for the Maroons. You have to go back to 2014 to find the last time Madisonville won their season opener, and they've lost the last four by an average of 30.5 PPG. The latest was a 41-13 drubbing by a resurgent Owensboro squad. Jeriah Hightower was a bright spot, rushing for 131 yards on 19 attempts. Marshall County presents a get-right game, despite the Marshals' 34-12 win over Fort Campbell. Madisonville won their matchup 42-29 a season ago, kicking off a span that saw them win five of six games. Will we see a similar result this year?
  9. The Cardinals did not get off to a good start to the post-Lorenzo Linsey era, beaten badly by 6A Frederick Douglass 48-10. The Broncos are a top notch program so the result was not surprising, but it's quite the comedown for a Wayne County team that went 12-2 a season ago. Brody Weaver completed almost as many passes to the Broncos (three) as to his own team (four). They'll visit a Pulaski County team that came to Monticello a season ago and barely fell in a tight 29-27 decision to Wayne. They are coming in off a 48-39 win over Clarksville Northwest. Wiley Cain was prolific in the win, going 27/39 for 305 yards and five touchdowns. Can Wayne County avoid their first 0-2 start since 2010?
  10. The Cardinals secured the #2 seed out of district 6 with a 50-13 win over Russell County. That win moved them to 6-3 on the year, and this week they visit Madison Southern. The Eagles are just 2-7 this year, a shell of the team that went to the 5A state finals a year ago. Wayne County won their matchup a season ago 24-14 - can the homestanding Madison Southern team do anything to slow Wayne County down?
  11. The Maroons took to the road to exorcise the demons of 2017, this time pulling out the narrow victory over a Logan County team that victimized them a year ago. With the win, Madisonville completed an unbeaten run in District 1, and they'll stay the heck away from Franklin-Simpson until the region finals. They enter at 6-2, and will take on a Christian County team that they haven't taken down since a 20-0 win in 2011. Christian County has stumbled to a 4-4 record, and their latest loss at home to Graves County condemned them to the 3 seed in their district. It'll earn them an early preview of their awful (read: INCREDIBLY difficult) district next season as they'll visit the loser of the South Warren/Bowling Green tilt in the first round. Last season they dominated the Maroons 49-12, but it'll be tough to match that. Can the Colonels slow the Maroons at all?
  12. Series Overall: Warren Central leads 19-3 Series at Warren Central: Warren Central leads 9-1 I almost started talking about this in another thread, but didn't want to threadjack that one. This is a game that matters greatly to Warren Central if they desire to try to dig out of the #4 seed in their district. They are already locked into a road game, but this could make the difference between a winnable start and one in which they'll be the decided underdog. Coming into the year and after the scrimmage, it was probably thought this would be a Dragon win, but Greenwood has been dominant this year, outside of two games against the #1 teams in their respective classes, South Warren and Bowling Green. Even against Bowling Green, Greenwood showed what they are capable of, in dominating time of possession and playing Bowling Green to a 14-14 standstill in the first half, before the dam broke in the second. Other than better scores in the losses to Bowling Green and South Warren, there isn't a common opponent this year that Greenwood hasn't fared better against. Greenwood blew the doors off of Warren East while Central struggled, and they knocked off Franklin-Simpson by two scores while the Dragons lost by 5. Greenwood hast lost six straight in the series and seven straight at Warren Central, having not won at Joe Hood field since 1995. This seems like a great year for them to break that streak. I've gone back and forth on it all year, and I do think it is probably going to be a Gator victory, but I've thought that before (2009) and been wrong. What are your thoughts?
  13. Hopkinsville looks to enter the playoffs riding a 5 game winning streak, which would be their longest in seven seasons. One would think they won't have a lot of trouble from Marshall County, which is just 2-7 this season, and will miss the Class 5A playoffs. Hopkinsville has not scored less than 37 points in the last 4 games. What's the damage end up being?
  14. Rockcastle County secured their first district title in five years when they knocked off Knox Central 14-0 last week, extending their win streak to five games and securing homefield for the first three rounds of the playoffs. They have already won eight games this season, their most since that same 2011 season. It's a resurgent season for the Rockets that should continue when they step up in class to visit Lincoln County in the final game of the regular season. The Patriots have very much had the opposite type of season, gaining only a single win over North Laurel in between two four game losing streaks. They have hung tough with some good teams this season, with close losses to ranked or fringe teams like Madison Southern, East Jessamine, and Garrard County, but those games are long ago. A season ago, Rockcastle County had their way in a 34-0 result. More of the same this year?
  15. We're almost back to teams with a real puncher's chance against the Tigers - but not yet. Hopkinsville finally had a district team score against them, but still rolled up Hopkins County Central by a 62-6 margin. Christian County remains the only team to have come within 22 points of the Tigers, gaining the 19-16 win over Hopkinsville in mid-September. They were not only easily the best team Hopkinsville faced, they were about the only one with any chance whatsoever. This week Hopkinsville travels to Marshall County, a team they hung a 62-17 loss on last season in a similar situation. Marshall County has nosed back above .500 on the year, entering at 5-4 and secured a return to the playoffs following a one year absence thanks to a 42-35 win over Apollo. Can the Marshals muster any hope in what will be their final home game? Or will the Tigers continue their march to the playoffs?
  16. Shelby County moved to 3-1 on the year with their most impressive win yet, blasting previously unbeaten North Bullitt 48-23. They'll look to continue that dominance of Bullitt County when they visit Bullitt East, who enter at 0-4. This will be a bit of a measuring stick game as the Chargers have already taken very close losses to Shelby's district rivals Collins and Spencer County. A season ago in this same spot, Shelby County dropped Bullitt East to 0-5 with a 35-7 drubbing. Does history repeat?
  17. Last week Johnson Central completed their conquest of the West Virginia portion of their schedule with a 30-6 win over South Charleston. Now, they turn their eyes back to Kentucky, starting with Harlan County. This starts a stretch where the Golden Eagles should not be seriously challenged until Belfry in the final week. Harlan County enters at 1-3, falling 15-13 to Knox Central to drop their second straight. A year ago Johnson Central knocked off Harlan County 42-0. What's the result this time?
  18. It seems safe to say that wasn't what Collins had in mind for their first game, gutting out a 7-0 win on the road at Montgomery County, a team that stumbled to a 2-8 record last year and missed the playoffs. They often say you learn more from a loss than a win, but surely there is plenty to glean from an underwhelming performance. Still, a win is a win, and Collins starts 1-0. Their opponent, Bullitt East, was not so fortunate. They dropped a 28-14 decision to Eastern. The Chargers were a strong team last year that ended on a sour note in a first round upset in the playoffs, and now start on the wrong foot at 0-1. Can they get back up or does Collins re-establish?
  19. North Oldham obliterated their first opponent Western while Oldham County took it on the chin from Ballard 54-0. The Mustangs will be heavily favored over their non-directional county foe, do they back it up?
  20. Series History: First Meeting Series at Apollo: First Meeting These two teams meet for the first time, both coming in at 1-0 on the season. Apollo knocked off Muhlenberg County 35-14 while everyone knows how South Warren dismantled John Hardin. What will the South Warren Spartans do for an encore? Does Apollo have any chance?
  21. Last year began and ended poorly for Collins, but the 2013 4A State Champions look to kick the year off right in the historical Recreation Bowl at Montgomery County. Collins is just 2-3 in season openers in the program's history; can they even it up or will the homestanding Montgomery County Indians win the day?
  22. Series History: Warren Central leads 8-6 Series at Western Kentucky University: First Meeting This game was originally due to be at Warren Central, but with renovations ongoing, they stepped up to the site of the state finals, Western Kentucky University. Each team now has intentions on beginning and ending their season at the same place. Last year Owensboro won a nailbiter 28-26 at Warren Central, surviving a late two point conversion attempt in a game played in the face of driving wind. The teams have alternated wins in their last five meetings, who takes this one?
  23. Series History: South Warren leads 2-0 Series at South Warren: South Warren leads 1-0 South Warren has won their two matchups with the school they split off from by a combined 73-3 score. The Spartans look unbelievably good so far this year, but the Gators for their part have flexed their muscle in wins over Warren East and Allen County-Scottsville. They're 2-0 for the first time since 2012, and may be ready to stand up to their "little brother". What say you?
  24. The offense didn't fly quite as high for the Flyers in their win last week over Western Hills 20-7, but Franklin County is 2-0 nonetheless. They'll travel up in class to take on 1-1 Woodford County, fresh off a 28 point win over West Jessamine. Flyers versus Yellow Jackets, who takes this aerial battle?
  25. OK, so last week didn't go so well for Bourbon County, falling to 6A Madison Central. This week the Colonels jump from one Madison County school to another, this time hosting 5A Madison Southern. The Eagles have fallen in their first two games to solid opponents in Bullitt Central and Garrard County, and had the bye week to prepare for this tilt. Will the Colonels get back on track or will the Eagles grab their first win?
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