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Monday, 14 September 2009
Western (0-2) at Bryan Station (3-0) September 11th
Topic: Football

Bryan Station improved their record to 4-0 with a hard earned 21-17 over Western tonight.  Bryan Station recorded 13 first downs and 266 yards of total offense.  The Defenders were penalized seven times for 68 yards, lost a fumble and had one pass intercepted.  Western recorded 17 first downs and 329 yards of total offense.  Western was penalized seven times for 47 yards and had one pass intercepted.

Tevin McCaden led the Bryan Station ground game with 167 yards and a TD on 31 carries.  Brady Boling completed seven of 10 passes for 85 yards and a TD with one interception.  Austin Hendron and Tevin McCaden each caught two passes for 40 and 21 yards respectively.  Kris Bolton led the defense with six solo and two assisted tackles.  Tim Hayden added six solo tackles.

Orlando Wilson led Western's ground game with 78 yards and a TD on 16 carries.  Stephon Tanga also carried the ball 16 times and gained 75 yards.  Wilson completed seven of 20 passes for 149 yards with one interception.  Cortez Ricketts caught five passes for 120 yards and a TD.  Joe Malone led the defense with five solo and one assisted tackles.  Ladmoin.  Trabue added four solo and two assisted tackles and Jalen Boyd chipped in with four solo and one assisted tackles.

Scoring Summary

School                  Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Western                10      0      0       7      17

Bryan Station          0      7      7       7      21

W - Cortez Ricketts 34 yard pass from Stephon Tanga (Ricketts kick)

W - Ricketts 23 yard field goal

BS - Tyriq Roberts 7 yard pass from Brady Boling (Jose Marin kick)

BS - Josh Arnett 3 yard run (Marin kick)

BS - Tevin McCaden 27 yard run (Marin kick)

W - Orlando Wilson 1 yard run (Ricketts kick)

Selected Statistics

Western

Rushing                    No.      Yds.       Avg.       Long

Orlando Wilson         16        78         4.9         15

Stephon Tanga         16        75         4.7         13

Jacorey Ritchie          3          8         2.7         11

Cortez Ricketts          1          1         1.0           1

Thomas Hall              1          1         1.0           1

Jamal Harbin             1         -1       -1.0            0

Leon Melvin               1         -2       -2.0            0

Team                        2        -14      -7.0            0

 

Passing                     A-C-I       Yds.      TD      Long

Orlando Wilson         20-7-1     149        0       52

Cortez Ricketts           1-0-0        0        0        0

Stephon Tanga           1-1-0       34        1       34

 

Receiving                   No.      Yds.      TD      Long

Cortez Ricketts           5        120         1         45

Stephon Tanga           1          52         0         52

Ken. Simmons            1          11         0         11

Raeshon Maxwell        1           0          0          0

 

Bryan Station

Rushing                  No.       Yds.      Avg.      Long

Tevin McCaden        31       167        5.4         41

Josh Arnett               4         13        3.2           4

Brady Boling             3          1         0.3           8

 

Passing             A-C-I         Yds.       TD      Long

Brady Boling      10-7-1       85          1         29

 

Receiving                     No.      Yds.      TD      Long

Austin Hendron              2         40        0         29

Tevin McCaden              2         21        0         16

Jaron Mock                    1         14        0         14

Tyriq Roberts                 1          7         0          7

Nahee Calderon             1          3         0          3

 

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight's game.


Posted by REH at 5:02 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, 14 September 2009 5:58 PM EDT
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Scott County (2-0) at Henry Clay (2-0) September 11th
Topic: Football

Henry Clay scored on two long distance plays in the third quarter on their way to a 21-7 victory over Scott County.  Blake Green scored on an 85 yard run to give the Blue Devils a 14-0 lead.  Scott County cut the margin to seven; 14-7 on a 17 yard pass from Tevin Buffin to James Happy.  Henry Clay dialed long distance again with a 95 yard halfback pass from Vinny Miller to Branden Johnson.  Henry Clay played the second half without the services of starting QB Jerry Williams who left the game with an injury in the first half.  Henry Clay's defense did an excellent job holding the potent Scott County ground game to 125 yards on 49 carries.

Henry Clay recorded nine first downs and 394 yards of total offense.  The Blue Devils were penalized 11 times for 93 yards and lost a fumble.  Scott County recorded 19 first downs and 259 yards of total offense.  The Cardinals were penalized three times for 15 yards and lost a fumble.

Blake Green led Henry Clay's ground attack with 107 yards and a TD on two carries.  Bo Brooks added 65 yards on seven carries.  Jerry Williams recorded 52 yards and a TD on three carries.  Williams completed two of eight passes for 29 yards.  Vinny Miller completed his only pass attempt for a 95 yard TD.  Branden Jihnson caught two passes for 115 yards and a TD.  Weston Johnson led the defense with five solo and 12 assisted tackles.  Johnson also recovered a fumble.  Aaron Akidil added seven solo and five assisted tackles.  Ryan Smith chipped in with five solo and five assisted tackles.  Cy Curnutte recorded one solo and 11 assisted tackles.

Josh Walls led Scott County's ground game with 70 yards on 18 carries.  Brooks Barber carried the ball 20 times for 63 yards.  Tevin Buffin completed 11 of 25 passes for 134 yards and a touchdown.  James Happy caught seven passes for 83 yards and a TD.  Chris Ramsey led the defense with two solo and three assisted tackles.  Michael Weeks added three solo tackles, one assisted tackle, and recovered a fumble.

Scoring Summary

School                Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Scott County         0      0       7       0        7

Henry Clay            7      0     14       0      21

HC - Jerry Williams 35 yard run (A.J. Yewell kick)

HC - Blake Green 85 yard run (Yewell kick)

SC - James Happy 17 yard pass from Tevin Buffin (Jay Willmott kick)

HC - Branden Johnson 95 yard pass from Vinny Miller (Yewell kick)

Selected Statistics

Scott County

Rushing                  No.     Yds.      Avg.     Long

Josh Walls              18       70         3.9         8

Brooks Barber        20       63         3.2        10

Marcus Hill               4        -1       -0.2         13

Tevin Buffin             6        -3       -0.5           8

James Happy           1        -4       -4.0           0

 

Passing            A-C-I        Yds.     TD      Long

Tevin Buffin     25-11-0     134       1        31

Team                 2-0-0         0       0          0

 

Receiving             No.     Yds.      TD     Long

James Happy        7         83        1        17

Josh Walls            3         20        0        11

Danny Arnold       1         31        0        31

 

Henry Clay

Rushing                    No.       Yds.       Avg.      Long

Blake Green               2         107       53.5        85

Bo Brooks                  7           65         9.3        33

Jerry Williams             3           52       17.3        35

Branden Johnson        4           38        9.5         35

Vinny Miller                2           11        5.5           8

Shannon Coofer         5             1        0.5         12

Christian Todd           1            -4        -4.0         0

 

Passing                      A-C-I         Yds.      TD     Long

Jerry Williams             8-2-0         29         0        20

Vinny Miller                 1-1-0        95          1        95

Shannon Coofer          0-0-0          0          0          0

 

Receiving                   No.     Yds.      TD      Long

Branden Johnson        2       115        1         95

Carwell Gardner         1           9        0           9

 

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to the Scott County Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight's game.


Posted by REH at 3:10 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, 14 September 2009 4:32 PM EDT
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Sunday, 13 September 2009
Mercer County (0-3) at Anderson County (2-0) September 11th
Topic: Football

Anderson County QB Jacob Russell connected on three long range scoring strikes of 46, 70, and 76 yards to Grant Cox to lead the Bearcats to a 42-21 victory over Mercer County.  Anderson County led 14-7 at halftime and pulled away in the second half for the victory.

Anderson County recorded 15 first downs and 449 yards of total offense.  The Bearcats were penalized eight times for 70 yards and lost a fumble.  Mercer County recorded 13 first downs and 226 yards of total offense.  The Titans were penalized 10 times for 98 yards, lost a fumble and had one pass intercepted.

Jacob Russell led the Anderson County ground game with 77 yards including a 75 yard TD run on four carries.  Dustin Combs added 61 yards and a TD on 16 carries.  Russell completed nine of 14 passes for 292 yards and three touchdowns.  Grant Cox caught five passes for 228 yards and three TDs.  Hunter Lilly led the defense with three solo and 10 assisted tackles.  Dustin Combs added four solo and five assisted tackles.  Zack Edwards recorded nine assisted tackles.

Dexter Banks led the Mercer County ground game with 35 yards on 12 carries.  Tre Dunn completed six of 16 passes for 120 yards and two touchdowns with one interception.  Jamel Taylor caught two passes for 65 yards and a TD.  Tre Dunn led the defense with three solo and five assisted tackles.  Tre Harris added two solo and three assisted tackles.

Scoring Summary

School                       Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Mercer County             0      7      7       7     21

Anderson County         0    14     21       7     42

MC - Jamel Taylor 39 yard pass from Tre Dunn (J.J. Blau kick)

AC - Dustin Combs 8 yard run (Bill Rose kick)

AC - Grant Cox 47 yard pass from Jacob Russell (Rose kick)

AC - Russell 75 yard run (Rose kick)

AC - Cox 76 yard pass from Russell (Rose kick)

MC - Isaiah Burrus 37 yard pass from Dunn (Blau kick)

AC - Cox 70 yard pass from Russell (Rose kick)

MC - Dunn 2 yard run (Blau kick)

AC - Josh Peach 11 yard fumble recovery (Rose kick)

Selected Statistics

Mercer County

Rushing                No.    Yds.    Avg.    Long

Dexter Banks        12     35      2.9       10

Russell Mays           7     26      3.7       19

James Johnson        3     16      5.3        8

Tre Dunn                8     15       1.9      17

Donovan Ellis          1       9       9.0       9

Isaiah Burrus          6       3       0.5      11

James Morris           1       2       2.0       2

 

Passing            A-C-I       Yds.    TD      Long

Tre Dunn         16-6-1     120      2         39

 

Receiving                       No.      Yds.      TD     Long

Jamel Taylor                  2         65          1        39

Isaiah Burrus                 1         37          1        37

Russell Mays                  1         16          0          8

Matthew Honchel            1           2          0          2

Andrew Cornish             1           0          0          0

 

Anderson County

Rushing                 No.      Yds.      Avg.      Long

Jacob Russell           4       77         19.2       75

Dustin Combs        16       61          3.8        13

Ben Walker             3       18          6.0          8

Josh Brown             1         1           1.0         1

Team                     1         0           0.0         0

 

Passing              A-C-I        Yds.      TD     Long

Jacob Russell       14-9-0      292        3       76

 

Receiving                No.       Yds.         TD      Long

Grant Cox                5         228           3        76

Dustin Combs           2          47            0        38

Josh Brown               1          11            0        11

Ben Walker               1           6             0         6

 

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight's game.


Posted by REH at 7:40 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, 14 September 2009 6:11 PM EDT
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Saturday, 12 September 2009
St. Xavier (1-0) at Lexington Catholic (2-0) September 4th
Topic: Football

St. Xavier dominated action in a 49-6 victory over Lexington Catholic.  St. Xavier recorded 18 first downs and 456 yards of total offense.  The Tigers were penalized four times for 35 yards.  Lexington Catholic recorded 12 first downs and 204 yards of total offense.  The Knights were penalized seven times for 45 yards, lost a fumble, and had one pass intercepted.

Jeont'A  Hayden led St. Xavier's ground game with 107 yards on six carries including a 90 yard TD run.  Jeremiah Neal carried the ball nine times for 62 yards including two TDs.  Brian Buehner completed five of nine passes for 129 yards and two touchdowns.  Jeremiah Neal caught two passes for 36 yards and a TD.  La'Mont McMurry caught a 78 yard TD pass.  Will Lawson led the defense with five solo and one assisted tackle.  DeVontae Beach added four solo and one assisted tackle with two of his tackles resulting in losses totalling 35 yards.  Wyatt Gray kicked off eight times with all eight resulting in touchbacks.

Greg Raglin led the Lexington Catholic ground game with 48 yards on 18 carries.  Nic Ward completed 14 of 26 passes for 172 yards and a TD with one interception.  Bryce Andrews caught four passes for 87 yards.  Benton Hupman led the defense with seven solo tackles.  Zach Mitchell added four solo and two assisted tackles.

Scoring Summary

School                        Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

St. Xavier                      7     21    21      0     49

Lexington Catholic        0       0      0      6       6

St.X - La'Mont McMurry 5 yard run (Wyatt Gray kick)

St.X - Jeremiah Neal 5 yard run (Gray kick)

St.X - Neal 2 yard run (Gray kick)

St.X - Neal 19 yard pass fron Brian Buehner (Gray kick)

St.X - Lincoln Goodwin 39 yard pass from Buehner (Gray kick)

St.X - Jeont'A Hayden 90 yard run (Gray kick)

St.X - McMurry 78 yard pass from Luke Brohm (Gray kick)

LC - Lee Ramsey 17 yard pass from Nic Ward (Benton Hupman kick blkd.)

Selected Statistics

St. Xavier

Rushing                    No.     Yds.     Avg.    Long

Jeont'A Hayden          6      107      17.8     90

Jeremiah Neal            9        62       6.9      18

Michael Montano        6         41       6.8     20

La'Mont McMurry        4         22       5.5       7

Brian Buehner           6         20       3.3       8

Jeff Goodwin              3           5      1.7       4

Alex Mattingly            1           2       2.0      2

Luke Brohm               2        -10      -5.0      0

 

Passing                 A-C-I       Yds.     TD   Long

Brian Buehner      9-5-0       129       2      50

Luke Brohm          2-1-0        78       1      78

 

Receiving                 No.     Yds.    TD    Long

Jeremiah Neal          2         36       1     19

La'Mont McMurry      1         78       1     78

Alec Jury                 1         50       0     50

Lincoln Goodwin       1         39       1     39

Wyatt Gray              1          4        0      4

 

Lexington Catholic

Rushing                     No.    Yds.     Avg.     Long

Greg Raglin                18      48      2.7        11

Nic Ward                      3       19     6.3        16

Kyle Boling                   1        1      1.0         1

John Sam Steele          2     -35     -17.5        0

 

Passing                   A-C-I        Yds.      TD    Long

Nic Ward                  26-14-1    172       1     37

John Sam Steele        3-1-0        -1        0       0

Kyle Bolin                  2-1-0         0        0       0

 

Receiving                  No.       Yds.      TD     Long

Bryce Andrews           4          87         0       37

John Sam Steele        3          20         0       10

Billy Jack Brown         3          13         0         5

Lee Ramsey               2          32         1       17

Greg Raglin                2          11        0       12

Konner Vasilko           1            8        0         8

Anthony Kersey          1            0        0         0

 

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight's game.


Posted by REH at 12:18 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 12 September 2009 1:20 PM EDT
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Henry Clay (1-0) vs. Southwestern (2-0) September 4th
Topic: Football

Henry Clay rolled up 511 yards of total offense in a 42-7 victory over Southwestern.  The Blue Devils added 10.2 yards per carry on 31 rushing attempts.

Henry Clay recorded 18 first downs and 511 yards of total offense.  The Blue Devils were penalized 12 times for 82 yards and lost four fumbles.  Southwestern recorded nine first downs and 228 yards of total offense.  The Warriors were penalized four times for 27 yards, lost two fumbles, and had two passes intercepted.

Jerry Williams led the Henry clay ground game with 141 yards and a TD on eight carries.  Bo Brooks carried the ball 11 times for 108 yards.  Williams completed 17 of 27 passes for 169 yards and three touchdowns.  Blake Green caught five passes for 56 yards and a TD.  Branden Johnson added five receptions for 23 yards and a TD.  Vinny Miller caught three passes for 61 yards and two touchdowns.  Ryan McCray led the defense with three solo and five assisted tackles.  Weston Johnson recorded two solo tackles, six assisted tackles, and one interception.

John Floyd led Southwestern's ground game with 77 yards on 14 carries.  Zack Turpin completed five of 17 passes for 94 yards with two interceptions.  Alan Williams caught four passes for 91 yards.  Logan Starnes led the defense with three solo and three assisted tackles.  Cody Mote added three solo and two assisted tackles.

Scoring Summary

School                 Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Henry Clay           14      0     21      7     42

Southwestern         0      7       0      0       7

HC - Vinny Miller 33 yard pass from Jerry Williams (A.J. Yewell)

HC - Branden Johnson 2 yard run (Yewell kick)

SW - Johnson Renfro recovers fumble in end zone (Logan Starnes kick)

HC - Blake Green 15 yard pass from Williams (Yewell kick)

HC - Williams 66 yard run (Yewell kick)

HC - Johnson 6 yard pass from Williams (Yewell kick)

HC - Miller 26 yard pass from Christian Todd (Yewell kick)

Selected Statistics

Henry Clay

Rushing                   No.    Yds.      Avg.   Long

Jerry Williams             8     141      17.6     66

Bo Brooks                 11    108        9.8     33

Sean Bryant                2      56       28.0    46

Anthony Lindsey          3       19         6.3    13

Vinny Miller                  1      10       10.0    10

Shannon Coofer           3        4         1.3      7

Branden Johnson          1        2         2.0      2

Blake Green                 1       -1        -1.0     0

Christian Todd              1     -23       -23.0     0

 

Passing                   A-C-I        Yds.      TD      Long

Jerry Williams          27-17-0    169        3        33

Christian Todd           1-1-0        26        1        26

Shannon Coofer         1-0-0          0        0         0

Team                         1-0-0         0        0         0

 

Receiving                  No.     Yds.      TD      Long

Blake Green                5       56          1       20

Branden Johnson         5       23          1         7

Vinny Miller                 3       61          2       33

Bo Brooks                   2       12          0       10

Shannon Coofer           1      32          0       32

Tyr. Johnson                1        6          0         6

Carwell Gardner           1        5          0         5

 

Southwestern

Rushing               No.     Yds.       Avg.   Long

John Floyd            14      77          5.5     22

Taylor Mote           14     34          2.4     16

Dustin Powell          7      17          2.4      8

Zack Turpin            9       6           0.7      4

Team                     1       0           0.0      0

Blake Tuttle            1       0           0.0      0

 

Passing          A-C-I       Yds.      TD    Long

Zack Turpin    17-5-2      94        0       49

 

Receiving            No.     Yds.       TD     Long

Alan Williams        4        91          0       49

Mack Simpson       1         3          0         3

 

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the computer statistics for tonight's game.

 

 

 


Posted by REH at 10:24 AM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 13 September 2009 8:55 PM EDT
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Friday, 11 September 2009
Scott County (1-0) at Boone County (1-0) September 4th
Topic: Football

Scott County averaged 7.6 yards per carry on 50 rushing attempts and converted on seven of 12 third down plays in a 30-14 victory over Boone County.  Scott County recorded 18 first downs and 402 yards of total offense.  The Cardinals were penalized three times for 20 yards, lost a fumble and had one pass intercepted.  Boone County recorded 13 first downs and 287 yrda of total offense.  The Rebels were penalized two times for 17 yards and had two passes intercepted.

Josh Walls led Scott County's ground game with a98 yards and an 82 yard TD run on 16 carries.  Brooks Barber carried the ball 20 times for 161 yards and two TDs.  Tevin Buffin completed two of five passes for 52 yards and a TD with one interception.  James Happy caught one pass for 32 yards.  Danny Arnold added a reception for 20 yards for a TD.  Cody Hudson led the defense with seven solo and four assisted tackles.  Blake Sears added four solo and seven assisted tackles.

Charles Quainoo led the Boone County ground attack with 181 yards on 26 carries.  Nate Alford carried the ball four times for 56 yards and a TD.  Alford completed five of 13 passes for 76 yards and a TD with two interceptions.  Jordan Oppenheimer caught two passes for 35 yards and a TD.  Jake Deason led the defense with seven solo and four assisted tackles with 2.5 of the tackles resulting in losses totalling four yards.  Adam Sunderhaus added two solo and six assisted tackles.

Scoring Summary

School                  Q1   Q2   Q3   Q4   Final

Scott County         14     0      7      9    30

Boone County         0     7      7      0     14

SC - Brooks Barber 38 yard run (Jay Willmott kick)

SC - Danny Arnold 20 yard pass from Tevin Buffin (Willmott kick)

BC - Jordan Oppenheimer 26 yard pass from Nate Alford (Ryan Palmateer kick)

SC - Barber 13 yard run (Willmott kick)

BC - Alford 41 yard rum (Palmateer kick)

SC - Josh Walls 82 yard run (Willmott kick)

SC - Blake Sears safety

Selected Statistics

Scott County

Rushing               No.   Yds.   Avg.    Long

Josh Walls           16     198    12.4     82

Brooks Barber     20      161     8.1     51

Marcus Hill            8        11     1.4      7

Tevin Buffin          4        10      2.5     8

Team                   2         0      0.0      0

 

Passing             A-C-I       Yds.     TD   Long

Tevin Buffin       5-2-1        52        1      32

 

Receiving             No.     Yds.     TD   Long

James Happy         1        32      0       32

Danny Arnold         1       20       1       20

 

Boone County                

Rushing                          No.      Yds.      Avg.        Long

Charles Quainoo            26        181        7.0           39

Nate Alford                     4          56       14.0           41

Jordan Oppenheimer       7          30         4.3            8

Team                             3         -56      -18.7            0

 

Passing           A-C-I            Yds.    TD   Long

Nate Alford     13-5-2            76      1      32

 

Receiving                        No.   Yds.    TD   Long

Jordan Oppenheimer       2       35      1     26

Matt Behne                     2         9      0      5

Charles Quainoo             1       32      0     32

 

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to the Scott County Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight's game.


Posted by REH at 11:48 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 12 September 2009 12:22 PM EDT
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Thursday, 10 September 2009
Tates Creek at Bryan Station September 4th
Topic: Football

Bryan Station improves their record to 3-0 with a 35-18 victory over Tates Creek (1-2) despite being penalized 14 times for 172 yards.  Bryan Station RB Tevin McCaden continued his blistering early season pace as he scored five touchdowns to bring his season total to 14 touchdowns.  McCaden has now run for 721 yards and has the luxury of running behind a huge offensive line that includes 6-2 265 Sr. Andrew Marsh, 6-5 301 Sr. Kalib Ball, 6-6 275 Jr. Darrian Miller, 6-1 300 Jr. Tae Green, 6-21/2 295 Sr. Royce Hawkins, and 5-11 240 So. Brandon Turnley.

Bryan Station recorded 14 first downs and 307 yards of total offense.  The Defenders were  penalized 14 times for 172 yards, lost a fumble, and had a pass intercepted.  Tates Creek recorded 16 first downs and 252 yards of total offense.  The Commodores were penalized seven times for 71 yards and lost two fumbles.

Tevin McCaden led Bryan Station's ground game with 224 yards and five touchdowns on 24 carries.  Brady Boling completed three of 13 passes for 28 yards with one interception.  Jaron Mock caught one pass for 14 yards.  Kris Bolton led the defense with four solo and three assisted tackles.  Nahee Calderon added three solo and four assisted tackles.

Jontez Jones led Tates Creek's ground game with 64 yards on 17 carries.  Brandon Shrout added 50 yards and a TD on five carries.  Dee Christopher completed 22 of 33 passes for 158 yards and two TDs.  LaRobert Bett caught seven passes for 57 yards and a TD.  Jontez Jones added five receptions for 16 yards.  Aaron Mullins led the defense with five solo and one assisted tackle.  Kalin Poe added three solo and one assisted tackle.  Jon. Meadors also recorded three solo and one assisted tackle.

Scoring Summary

School               Q1   Q2   Q3   Q4   Final

Tates Creek        6      0      0    12   18

Bryan Station    14    14      7      0   35

BS - Tevin McCaden 5 yard run (Jose Marin kick)

TC - Damon Boggs 7 yard pass from Dee Christopher (Tyler Love kick blkd.)

BS - McCaden 25 yard run (Marin kick)

BS - McCaden 4 yard run (Marin kick)

BS - McCaden 11 yard run (Marin kick)

BS - McCaden 63 yard run (Marin kick)

TC - Brandon Shrout 5 yard run (Christopher pass fails)

TC - LaRobert Bett 37 yard pass from Christopher (Christopher pass fails)

Selected Statistics

 

Tates Creek

Rushing                    No.  Yds.  Avg.  Long

Jontez Jones             17   64     3.6   17

Brandon Shrout          5   50    10.0   33

Jon. Meadors              3     4      1.3    5

Team                         1    -5   -5.0     0

Dee Christopher         5  -19     -3.8    4

 

Passing                     A-C-I       Yds.   TD   Long

Dee Christopher      33-22-0   158      2     37

 

Receiving             No.   Yds.   TD   Long

LaRobert Bett       7      57      1     37

Jontez Jones         5      16      0     11

Deontae Brank      3      26      0     20

Will Sweet             2      27      0     24

Jacob Kadel           1      12      0     12

Damon Boggs        1        7      1       7

Josh Bassoni          1        6      0       6

Jon. Meadors         1        5      0       5

Tyler Love             1        2      0       2

 

Bryan Station

 

Rushing                 No.   Yds.     Avg.    Long

Tevin McCaden      24   224       9.3       63

Everett Talbert        3     26       8.7       20

Josh Arnett             4     24       6.0       22

Brady Boling           2      5       2.5         5

Team                     1       0       0.0        0

 

Passing              A-C-I        Yds.   TD    Long

Brady Boling       13-3-1      28      0       14

 

Receiving               No.   Yds.    TD   Long

Jaron Mock              1     14       0     14

Nahee Calderon       1       8       0      8

Bradley Pearce        1       6       0      6

 

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight's game.


Posted by REH at 6:32 PM EDT
Updated: Friday, 11 September 2009 11:25 AM EDT
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Tuesday, 8 September 2009
Week Three In Review September 4-5, 2009
Topic: Football

Friday September 4th

Bryan Station 35  Tates Creek 18 - Bryan Station RB Tevin McCaden carried the ball 24 times for 224 yards and scored on runs of 5, 25, 4, 11, and 63 yards to lead the Defenders to victory.

Scott County 30  Boone County 14 - Josh Walls led Scott County's ground attack with 198 yards and a TD on 16 carries and Brooks Barber added 161 yards and two TDs on 20 carries.  Charles Quainoo led Boone County with 181 yards on 26 carries.

St. Xavier 49  Lexington Catholic 6 - The visitors from the 'ville held a 456-204 advantage in total yardage in a big win over Lexington Catholic.

Henry Clay 42  Southwestern 7 - The Blue Devils rolled up 511 yards of total offense in tonight's victory.  QB Jerry Williams completed 17 of 29 passes for 169 yards and three TDs and carried the ball eight times for 141 yards including a 66 yard TD run.

Lafayette 28  Mercer County 7 - Brett Durbin threw for two TDs to lead the Generals to victory.

Prestonsburg 26  Breathitt County 25 - Prestonsburg rallied from a 25-7 third quarter deficit to defeat Breathitt County.  Mike Burchett scored two TDs on runs of 15 and 8 yards and threw TD passes of 8 and 25 yards to lead the victors.

Lexington Christian Academy 57  Lynn Camp 14 - Dominique Hayden scored on runs of 6, 25, 56, and 53 yards to lead the Eagles to victory.  LCA exploded out of the gates for 50 first quarter points.

Paul Dunbar 24  Woodford County 17 - Dunbar trailed 17-7 in the third quarter before rallying for their first win of the season.  QB Trent Martin threw for two TDs and ran for another TD to lead the Bulldogs.

Simon Kenton 49  Dixie Heights 28 - Simon Kenton RB Miles Simpson scored on runs of 26, 28, 55, 1, and 3 yards to lead the Pioneers to victory.

Shelby County 42  North Hardin 18 - North Hardin took a 12-0 lead in the first quarter but the Rockets outscored North Hardin 42-6 the rest of the game.  Shelby County QB Brandon Cresap threw TD passes of 11, 12, 6, and 23 yards to lead the victors.

Other Games of Interest

Ashland  22  Belfry  20

Bardstown  42  Bethlehem  20

Bell County  36  Johnson Central  6

Bourbon County  49  Casey County  6

bowling Green  51  Franklin-Simpson  9

Bullitt Central  21  Southern  14

Butler  35  Eastern  14

Campbell County  31  Roger Bacon (OH)  28

Central  32  Ballard  29

Central Hardin  49  Elizabethtown  7

Christian County  47  Henderson County  31

Clark County  49  Montgomery County  35

DeSales  45  Bullitt East  30

Fort Campbell  36  Pearl Cohn (TN)  13

Glasgow  35  Barren County  14

Green County  41  Butler County  7

Harlan  37  Williamsburg  32

Harlan County  44  Lee County (VA)  21

Highlands  48  Beechwood  20

Ironton (OH)  45  Russell  0

John Hardin  22  Meade County  17

Knox Central  41  Middlesboro  21

Lawrence County  36  Sheldon Clark  30

Letcher County Central  35  Hazard  21

Lincoln County  42  Madison Southern  21

Louisville Trinity  27  Manual  0

McCreary Central  30  Edmonson County  18

Male  49  Western  34

Monroe County  45  Adair County  14

Nelson County  31  Marion County  14

Newport Central Catholic  38  Madison Central  12

North Laurel  7  South Laurel  6

Owensoro  48  Owensboro Catholic  20

Pike County Central  19  Boyd County  9

Pineville  33  Berea  8

Rockcastle County  34  Wayne Conty  0

Somerset  40  Russell County  20

Spencer County  31  Frankfort  27

Valley  57  Iroquois  0

West Carter  26  Nicholas County  6

West Jessamine  14  Garrard County  13

Saturday September 5th

Boyle County  63  Pikeville  7

Corbin  31  Danville  14

Grant County  21  Walton-Verona  0

LaSalle (OH)  44  Covington Catholic  35

 

BLAZING STARTS  -  Rb Tevin McCaden has led Bryan Station to a 3-0 start with an incredible 721 yards rushing and 14 touchdowns.

 

 

 


Posted by REH at 12:16 PM EDT
Updated: Friday, 11 September 2009 11:26 AM EDT
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Thursday, 3 September 2009
Week Two In Review August 28-29, 2009
Topic: Football

Friday August 28th

Tates Creek 41 Mercer County 36 (iHigh Football Frenzy)  - Tates Creek rallied for a 41-36 victory over Mercer County after surrendering a 29-7 third quarter lead.  Mercer County scored 29 consecutive points to take a 36-29 lead late in the game.  Tates Creek's Damon Boggs scored on an 87 yard  kickoff return and the Commodores recovered an onside kick which led to the winning TD, an 11 yard TD run by Brandon Shrout.

Bryan Station 38 Shelby County 26 (iHigh Football Frenzy) - Tevin McCaden led Bryan Station tonight with 263 yards and four touchdowns on 36 carries.

Lexington Christian Academy 28 Christ Presbyterian Academy (TN) 27 - LCA led 28-6 but had to survive an attempt for a two point conversion in the closing seconds to secure the victory.  LCA RB Domonique Hayden gained 172 yards and scored a TD on 17 carries.

Scott County 38 Clay County 6 - Marcus Hill carried the ball five times for 117 yards and a TD.

Sheldon Clark 6 Breathitt County 0 - Sheldon Clark held Channing Fugate and the high powered Breathitt County offense scoreless to notch the victory.

East Jessamine 34 Lincoln County 12 - Seth Hunt led the Jaguars with TD runs of 21, one, and one yards.

Bourbon County 41 Estill County 6 - Taylor Barnes ran for 248 yards including TD runs of 64, 24, and 35 yards.  Barnes also had TD runs of 76 and 54 yards called back for penalties.

Anderson County 43 Meade County 34 - Dusty Combs ran for a two yard TD, caught two TD passes of six and 29 yards, and added another TD on a 97 yard kickoff return to lead Anderson County to a win.

Other Games of Interest

 

Apollo  25  Warren East 20

Ashland  31  Raceland  0

Belfry  28  Boyd County  14

Bullitt Central  21  Barren County  7

Bullitt East  41  Louisville Holy Cross  14

Central Hardin  27  DeSales  24

Conner  40  Scott  7

Corbin  42  Harlan  16

Doss  13  North Bullitt  0

Elizabethtown  42  Spencer County  30

Frankfort  52  Paris  0

Garrard County  41  Rowan County  35

Green County  44  Taylor County  16

Hart County  18  Clinton County  6

Hazard  33  Leslie County  6

Highlands  37  Ryle  14

Horn Lake (MS)  33  Johnson Central  20

Jeffersontown  48  North Oldham  13

Knott County Central  40  Lewis County  0

Lawrence North (IN) 31  Louisville Trinity  14

Letcher County Central  20  Middlesboro  6

Magoffin County  52  South Floyd  22

Male  41  Eastern  18

Mason County 35  Montgomery County  14

McCreary Central  40  Pineville  24

Monroe County  29  Edmonson County  18

Nelson County  56  Bardstown  41

Oldham County  39  Waggener  7

Perry County Central  57  Casey County  0

Prestonsburg  49  Paintsville  0

Somerset  18  Pulaski County  12

Southwestern  35  Harlan County  8

St. Xavier  35  Ballard  6

Valley  21  Pleasure Ridge Park  12

West Jessamine  49  Iroquois  0

Whitley County  55  Lynn Camp  13

 

Saturday August 29th

 

Henry Clay  34  Central  21 (iHigh Football Frenzy) - QB Jerry Williams threw for two TDs and scored on a 71 yard run to lead the Blue Devils.  Matt Cox had a big night on defense with a 56 yard TD on a fumble recovery and two interceptions.

Boone County  31  Lafayette  23 (iHigh Football Frenzy) - Charles Quainoo led Boone County with 101 yards and three TDs on 32 carries.  Jordan Oppenheimer added 97 yards on 10 carries.

Butler  34  Paul L. Dunbar  14 (iHigh Football Frenzy) - DeAngelo Thomas led Butler tonight with 169 yards and three TDs on 23 carries.

Woodford County  28  Western Hills  22 (Bluegrass Bowl) - Stan Serdyuk caught four passes for 128 yards with TD receptions of 28 and 82 yards to lead Woodford County to victory.

Lexington Catholic  23  Covington Catholic  17 (Bluegrass Bowl) - Greg Raglin led Lexington Catholic with 125 yards including TD runs of 52 and four yards on 20 carries.  RB Leo Schaffer had a big night for Covington Catholic with 138 yards and a TD on 13 carries.

John Hardin  41  Madison Central  17  -  Landon Savoy ran for 153 yards and two TDs and added a TD and 65 yards on two receptions to lead John Hardin.

Russell  37  Greenup County  0 - Travis Jones scored on a 44 yard run, a 59 yard punt return, and a 79 yard kickoff return to lead the Red Devils to victory.

Other Scores of Interest

 

Bell County  26  Marion County  21

Berea  28  Walton-Verona  20

Boyle County  42  Rockcastle County  22

Dixie Heights  47  Beechwood  7

Holmes  41  Lloyd Memorial  12

Mayfield  48  Trousdale County (TN)  40

North laurel  28  Knox Central  21

Owensboro  23  Evansville Reitz Memorial (IN)  15

Simon Kenton  29  Newport Central Catholic  8

Warren Central  35  Russellville  6


Posted by REH at 6:09 PM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 3 September 2009 6:59 PM EDT
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Friday, 28 August 2009
2009 "The Memorial Classic"
Topic: Basketball

Coach Nick Chaykowsky recently sent me the pairings of the Memorial Classic that  will be held at Ballard Memorial High School on December 11-12, 2009.

 

Friday December 11th

4:30 PM  Cairo IL  vs.  Fulton City

6:00 PM  Union County  vs.  Ballard Memorial

7:30 PM  Fulton County  vs.  Campbell GA

 

Saturday December 12th

5:00 PM  Ballard Memorial  vs.  Fulton County

6:30 PM  Campbell GA  vs.  Cairo IL

8:00 PM  Fulton City  vs.  Heath


Posted by REH at 2:33 PM EDT
Updated: Friday, 28 August 2009 2:41 PM EDT
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