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  1. The Mustangs are hunting for a district title as the winner of this matchup will earn the top seed from District 3. Moore is having a stellar year at 7-1, and their only loss coming on the road at #1 Johnson Central. They'll have had 15 days to prepare for this one, and they'll look to build on the 15-0 shutout of John Hardin they inflicted a year ago. Meanwhile, John Hardin has experienced a resurgence after 2017's disappointing run. They've won six straight to move to 7-2, and haven't allowed double digits since mid-September. The Bulldogs have been accustomed to high-pressure games this year - they've played four games decided by six points or less, and are 3-1 in those. Who takes the district title?
  2. The Bulldogs got a mighty scare last week, surviving Valley's rally (accidental rhyme) in a 21-20 win. Valley is a better team than their record might indicate, but it was still a fairly significant surprise in a district that John Hardin looked to be a lock in. That result throws into sharp relief their district title tilt against Western this week, themselves 36-20 winners over Valley two weeks ago. I'd like to give you stats, but apparently Western's stat team has failed to make the trip back from their visit to Holy Cross in mid-September. Last year this game was a laugher, a 36-0 victory for the Bulldogs. Was the close game against Valley the splash of cold water the Bulldogs needed or can Western pull the stunner and make some teams in District 4 very unhappy about their draw?
  3. This was the game that kicked off John Hardin's 7 game win streak a season ago, but the win streak has begun early this time, as the Bulldog defense stood tall and the offense did enough in a 14-7 win over Central Hardin. That snapped a two game losing streak to the Bruins for John Hardin, and it is a real lightning rod win over a program that had just taken South Warren to overtime. Meanwhile Meade County is still on a two game win streak thanks to an abrupt stoppage to their matchup with Bryan Station, in which they trail 7-6 in the second quarter. As of this posting, the Green Wave are still 2-2 on the year. They share two common opponents with John Hardin, but PRP provides the more accurate read. PRP beat John Hardin by 18, but dominated Meade County by 40. Foreshadowing?
  4. John Hardin looks to wrap up the district title outright when they visit Louisville Western on October 23rd. The Bulldogs have won both district games they've played by identical 48-6 scores, and face a Western team that enters at 1-1 in the district, having lost to Valley. If Western were to pull the huge upset, it would force a three way tie for first and send us to a three way tiebreak. John Hardin remains the overwhelming favorite. Thoughts?
  5. John Hardin stands apart from their 4A Top Ten brethren in playing out of class this week, hosting 6A Meade County. A year ago the Green Wave got the best of a struggling Bulldog team 27-25, their first victory over John Hardin in 11 years after many close games. The common opponents this year are PRP and Warren Central. PRP blew out both, but John Hardin got the victory over Warren Central while Meade County took a running clock loss. It seems hard to believe that much of a margin can be closed, but stranger things have happened. Any hope for Meade?
  6. The Bulldogs got back on the winning track after a two game slide, pasting Meade County 37-0 last week to move to 3-3. Now, to be frank, they enter the easy part of their schedule, starting with 2-4 Breckinridge County. The Tigers lost to that same Meade County team 44-7 at the beginning of September. Could we see a megaton upset or will it be exactly as you'd think?
  7. John Hardin emerges from the bye week refreshed and on a two game winning streak. They've won four of six since the season opening loss to South Warren, and figure to add to that with a win at home against Valley. Valley, for their part, has won five of six games and also has won two straight, including a 38-32 victory over Western last Friday. That makes this in many ways the district championship. ANY chance of an upset?
  8. John Hardin entered their bye on a three game winning streak, and will resume mowing through their district slate when they host Valley. Valley is a respectable 4-3, but lost on Friday to Western 36-20, putting them in the position that another district loss will likely mean a road trip in the first round of the playoffs. John Hardin romped last year to a 48-6 win, and looks positioned to do the same again. Name your score.
  9. The Bulldogs completed their pre-district slate with a 42-21 win over Wing-T killer Meade County, raising their record to 3-3. It's the same record they had in their first six games a season ago, and they are widely expected to mow down their district. Their first victim? Breckinridge County, which is on a four game losing streak and just fell to previously winless Grayson County. Will this be as bad as it seems?
  10. 2016 continues to be very similar to 2015 for John Hardin, who dropped to 1-3 after a loss to 6A power PRP a week ago. So far, the only result that has flipped from 2015 was North Hardin, and they'll hope to flip another in Central Hardin, 28-21 winners over John Hardin a year ago. That ultimately became the turning point for the Bulldogs, who did not lose again until the region finals. This year they'll get Central Hardin fresh off their first loss of the year, a tough 27-20 OT loss to 4A #2 South Warren. In that sense, it will help the Bulldogs have an early read on where they fall in the 4A elite pecking order, and their last true test before Christian County in the week's final game. It's a big time rivalry in Hardin County - who takes it?
  11. So far the season hasn't started off all that well for either of these teams record-wise. They both enter 2-2, and each can thank 4A power South Warren for one of those losses. John Hardin enters on the heels of an ugly 42-13 loss to PRP, their second loss of more than 28 points on the year. Central Hardin, which ran the table in the regular season a year ago, suffered that aforementioned loss to South Warren 24-3, and will be without stud back Xavier Arnette. A year ago this game was a coming out party for the Bruins of Central Hardin, a 45-12 beatdown that was the first time they'd ever beaten John Hardin. The Bulldogs might be thinking revenge, and both will want to go above .500 on the year. Which one does?
  12. Series History: First Meeting Series at WKU: First Meeting Two teams that weren't in 4A last year, one higher, one lower, head to the top of the class in year one and meet in possibly the marquee matchup across the state right out of the gate. Many consider this a preview of an expected rematch in the state semifinals. Who takes round one?
  13. Series History: Series tied 2-2 Series at John Hardin: Series tied 1-1 John Hardin picked themselves up off the mat, licked their wounds, and put the hurt on North Hardin 40-21 last week. Warren Central picked themselves up in the first quarter against McCracken County, then fell far and hard in the second quarter where they allowed 35 points and ultimately lost 56-35. The Dragons now have a 4 game losing streak carrying over from last season, and a loss here would set their longest losing skid in 20 years. To add insult to injury, this game was originally at home but renovations forced them to the road. Do the Bulldogs have anything to worry about from the now-unranked Dragons that have to visit their home?
  14. Three weeks into the season, we still don't have a very clear picture of John Hardin. So far they've played an opponent that no one will beat (Bowling Green), an opponent everyone will beat (Warren Central), and an opponent that they dominated statistically, but managed to come out on the wrong end of the scoreboard against (North Hardin). This week they'll take on a dangerous PRP team that enters at 3-0, winning their games by an average of nearly 37 points per game. A season ago, the Panthers waxed John Hardin by a score of 42-13. The Bulldogs will be looking for a measure of revenge, and should also find a much better measuring stick of where they are. Can they reverse the score from last year, or will they continue to have trouble finding Ws against this brutal opening stretch in their schedule?
  15. Series Overall: Bowling Green leads 5-2 Series at Neutral: First Meeting Last Meeting: 11/29/13 - at Bowling Green 33 John Hardin 28 One of the best first week games by rankings features the revival of a playoff rivalry that hasn't seen a regular season matchup in 14 years. Bowling Green and John Hardin played a series of classics (and one catastrophic blowout) in five playoff meetings from 2007-2013, four of which determined who would advance to the state finals. Most notably, the last three of those, from 2011-2013, were essentially de facto state titles games, all won by Bowling Green. John Hardin likely feels that the Purples took the rings right off their fingers in 2012 & 2013. 2012 was the famous (or infamous depending on which side) Hitch & Pitch play that took Bowling Green from being down to their last down as time was running out on their own side of their field to scoring via a two point conversion for the win. 2013 saw the Purples come back and take the lead away late again, denying the Bulldogs from their first state final appearance since 2009. The last time these teams met in the regular season was back in 2002 when they were in a district together, which was won by John Hardin 26-16 in the last losing season the Purples have had. As for this year, it sees the Bowling Green offensive juggernaut rolling into their first test. The Purples are on a 12 game winning streak, and are incredibly heavy favorites to roll through their schedule. They feature a Mr. Football candidate in Jamale Carothers, a three star linebacker in Justice Dingle, a dynamic receiver in DeAngelo Wilson, newly added 6'7" Kyran Jones on loan from the basketball team also at wide receiver, swiss army knife player Ziyon Kenner who will line up at RB and WR, and one of the best freshmen in the state in Vito Tisdale, to say nothing of the many other talented players. The Purples have not lost in their annual Rafferty's Bowl since 2006, and no team has come within 15 points of them since. In other words, they're a heavy favorite. John Hardin has stumbled out of the gate lately, and will likely have a tough time in this outing as well. They allowed over 20 points per game last season, and will struggle to slow down the dynamic Purple offense. They do return a whole lot of experience, including Robert Shorter, Steven Livers, and Antonio Ayers out of the backfield. They have four returning linemen from the OL + TE front, and add the athleticism of Anthony Witherspoon back to the team. By ranking, it's a marquee matchup. Will the product on the field match at all?
  16. It's the latest installment in a bitter rivalry when John Hardin hosts 6A's North Hardin. The Bulldogs enter off a humbling loss to Bowling Green - but then again, a lot of teams will be humbled by the Purples. Very little went right for John Hardin, and they'll look to right the ship this week. They'll look to continue their success against their rival, who they lost to only once in the last decade, a stunner in 2014. The Trojans are entering off an impressive 21-20 overtime win over Boyle County in the first week. Does John Hardin even up both teams' records or do the Trojans continue the momentum and move to 2-0?
  17. Two 0-2 teams that could not be more different will meet with each looking for their first win of the season when these two face off this Friday. John Hardin will be making their first trip to Dragon Stadium since 2007, and will enjoy a vastly different venue this time around. But that's where the good feelings will stop for Warren Central. Like the first two games, they will just be hoping to make it out of the game in one piece, as the heavily favored Bulldogs should roll. Central has suffered losses to Owensboro (43-6) and McCracken County (55-18), with both games reaching running clocks before the conclusion of the first half. If they fall as expected, it will be their longest losing streak in 21 years. Meanwhile, John Hardin will look to erase the memory of an ugly loss to North Hardin that saw them win everywhere but the scoreboard. They are 0-2 two games in for the second time in three years, and will look to avoid going 0-3 for the second time in that same span. But the question (despite what the poll says) is how much do they win by, rather than whether they will win.
  18. 1. Bowling Green vs. Apollo 2. John Hardin vs. North Bullitt 3. Warren Central vs. Hopkinsville 4. Conner vs. Montgomery County 5. Franklin County vs. Scott 6. Cooper at Anderson County 7. Christian County vs. Greenwood 8. Harlan County vs. Lincoln County 9. Graves County vs. Logan County 10. Shelby County vs. North Hardin
  19. 1. Bowling Green vs. 4A #3 Lexington Catholic 2. John Hardin at 6A Boone County 3. Warren Central at Southwestern 4. Franklin County -- OPEN 5. Conner vs. 4A #2 Covington Catholic 6. Cooper vs. 6A Dixie Heights 7. Christian County at Pulaski County 8. Graves County vs. 6A Marshall County 9. South Oldham vs. Shelby County 10. Harlan County vs. 3A #2 Bell County
  20. Final This is a recent video of my son who is the head girls coach at Warren Central. [video=youtube_share;Y15yJM-Xr5w]
  21. 1. Bowling Green vs. Logan County 2. John Hardin at 6A Central Hardin 3. Warren Central vs. 6A Ballard 4. Franklin County at East Jessamine 5. Cooper at #9 Conner 6. Christian County vs. Ohio County 7. South Oldham at Grant County 8. Harlan County vs. 6A George Rogers Clark 9. Conner vs. #5 Cooper 10. Anderson County vs. Woodford County
  22. 1. Bowling Green at 4A Owensboro 2. John Hardin -- OPEN 3. Warren Central vs. Barren County 4. Franklin County at Scott 5. Cooper vs. 4A Holmes 6. Conner at 6A Campbell County 7. Christian County at 3A #6 Fort Campbell 8. Harlan County at Lee County-Jonesville (VA) 9. Graves County vs 1A #1 Mayfield 10. Montgomery County --OPEN
  23. 1. Bowling Green at 6A #9 Henderson County 2. John Hardin at 4A #4 Boyle County 3. Warren Central vs. 6A Meade County 4. Franklin County vs. 1A #3 Frankfort 5. Cooper at 6A Campbell County 6. Conner at 6A Dixie Heights 7. Harlan County -- OPEN 8. Christian County vs. 4A #6 Lone Oak 9. Graves County at 3A #4 Paducah Tilghman 10. Greenwood at 4A Franklin-Simpson
  24. Class 5A 1. Bowling Green vs. 6A #2 St. Xavier 2. John Hardin at 6A Meade County 3. Warren Central at 3A #6 Fort Campbell 4. Franklin County vs. Letcher County Central 5. Cooper vs. 6A Boone County 6. Conner vs. 2A #4 Covington Holy Cross 7. Harlan County vs. Gate City (VA) 8. North Bullitt vs. South Oldham 9. Christian County vs. 6A #10 Henderson County 10. Graves County vs. 2A #5 Murray
  25. 1. Bowling Green at Barren County 2. John Hardin vs. Iroquois 3. Warren Central at Greenwood 4. Franklin County vs. West Jessamine 5. Cooper vs. Scott 6. Conner vs. #10 South Oldham 7. Christian County vs. Hopkinsville 8. Harlan County at 4A #7 Knox Central 9. Montgomery County vs. Anderson County 10. South Oldham at #6 Conner
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