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Friday, 22 October 2010
Rick Bolus' High Potential(R) Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc. 2010 Tennessee girls
Topic: Basketball

RB10TNG

 

 

Rick Bolus’ High Potential® Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc.

Girls November 2010

Introducing Tennessee’s Top Prospects For 2010-2011

 

Top 12

Bashaara Graves  6-2  Jr.  F-C  Clarksville

Isabelle Harrison  6-3  Sr.  C  Nashville Hillsboro

Hasina Muhammad  6-0  Sr.  SM  Memphis Ridgeway

Danielle Ballard  5-9  Jr.  CG  Memphis Central

Majorie Butler  5-7  Jr.  PG  Knoxville Webb

Nina Davis  5-9  So.  2G  Memphis Central

Cornelia Fondre  5-10  Jr.  2G  Memphis Overton

Cobi Barbee  5-11  Jr.  CF  Murfreesboro Riverdale

Aaliyah Whiteside  5-9  Jr.  CF  Memphis Central

Nicole Bowers  6-1  So.  C  Nashville Hillsboro

Chandler Cooper  5-9  Jr.  2G  Clarksville

Tiasha Gray  5-6  Jr.  PG  Clarksville

Top Sleeper

Kyra Kersetter  6-0  Sr.  2G  Brentwood

Second 12

Odequa Oigbokie  6-2  So.  C-F  Memphis Ridgeway

Christina Slay  5-10  Jr.  CF  Nashville Ensworth

Jalen O’Bannon  5-10  Jr.  CG  Memphis Central

Ariel Hearn  5-8  Jr.  PG  Arlington

Destiny James  5-8  Jr.  CG  Bartlett

Ebony Hayes  6-3  So.  C  Memphis Overton

Jemilah Leonard  5-5  So. PG  Nashville Hillsboro

Taylor Reece  6-2  Sr.  PF  Brentwood Academy

Shanice Cason  5-6  Sr.  PG  Murfreesboro Siegel

Jessy Ward  5-8  Jr.  PG  Clarksville

Blake Jenkins  5-10  Jr.  CF  Clarksville Kenwood

Tia Nicholson  6-2  Jr.  C  Clarksville

Second Sleeper

Rachel Allen  5-4  Sr.  PG  Clarksville Northeast

 

The entire list of players in this issue of Rick Bolus’ High Potential® Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc. report will be added to the rankings section of my website at a later date.


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Rick Bolus' High Potential(R) Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc. 2010 Tennessee Boys
Topic: Basketball

RB10TNB

 

 

Rick Bolus’ High Potential® Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc.

Boys November 2010

Introducing Tennessee’s Top Players For 2010-2011

 

Introducing Tennessee’s Top Seniors

Top 12

Adonis Thomas  6-6  Sr.  CF  Memphis Melrose

Kedren Johnson  6-4  Sr.  PG  Lewisburg Marshall County

Cedric McAfee  6-3  Sr.  2G  Memphis Melrose

Andre Hollins  6-3  Sr.  2G  Memphis White Station

Bobby Parks  6-4.5  Sr.  SM  Memphis Melrose

Nino Johnson  6-8  Sr.  PF  Memphis White Station

Octavious Ellis  6-7  Sr.  C-F  Memphis Whitehaven

Lester Wilson  6-4.5  Sr.  WF  Strawberry Plains Carter

Marvin Williams  6-8  Sr.  C  Memphis White Station

Rico White  6-2  Sr.  CG  Knoxville Bearden

Jose Agosto  6-6  Sr.  WF  Gatlinburg Pittman

Connor McDermott  6-8  Sr.  C  Nashville Ensworth

Top Sleeper

Terrence Dixon  6-2  Sr.  SM  LaVergne

Second 12

Andre Brown  6-5  Sr.  SM  Clarksville Northwest

DeAndre Barnette  6-4.5  Sr.  SM  Jackson Liberty Tech

Pedro Faller  6-1  Sr.  PG  Chattanooga Hamilton Hts. Christian

Joevante Arnold  6-3  Sr.  SM  Jackson Liberty Tech

Galen Campbell  6-3  Sr.  SM  Knoxville Fulton

Malcolm Smith  6-5  Sr.  CF  Clarksville Academy

Kendall Anthony  5-9  Sr.  PG  Jackson Liberty Tech

Steven Kaspar  6-1  Sr.  2G  Cordova Evangelical Christian

Telvin Wilkerson  6-2.5  Sr.  2G  Memphis Melrose

Cedric Williams  6-8  Sr.  C-F  Murfreesboro Siegel

Zach Garland  6-10.5  Sr.  C  Jonesborough David Crockett

Zavion Williams  6-0  Sr.  2G  Clarksville West Creek

Second Sleeper

Morrease Barber  6-6  Sr.  SM  Gatlinburg-Pittman

 

Introducing Tennessee’s Top Underclassmen For 2010-2011

Top 6

Alex Poythress  6-8  Jr.  C-F  Clarksville Northeast

Jarnell Stokes  6-8  Jr.  C-F  Memphis Central

Cameron Golden  6-0  Jr.  CG  Memphis Ridgeway

Jordan Price  6-4.5  Jr.  SM  Chattanooga McCallie

Martavious Newby  6-4  Jr.  SM  Memphis B.T. Washington

Vari Craig  6-7  Jr.  F-C  Murfreesboro Riverdale

Top Sleeper

Leron Black  6-6  Fr.  F-C  Memphis White Station

Second 6

Jonathan Williams  6-7.5  Jr.  F-C  Memphis Southwind

Terrance O’Donohue  6-6.5  So.  CF  Chattanooga McCallie

Shannon Hale  6-6.5  So.  CF  Johnson City Science Hill

Jaylen Allen  6-1.5  Jr.  2G  Johnson City Science Hill

Kardario Fleming  6-6  Jr.  PF  Memphis Ridgeway

Braylen Bennett  6-5  Jr.  SM  Strawberry Plains Carter

Second Sleeper

Jalen Lindsay  6-5.5  Fr.  WF  Nashville Christ Presbyterian

 

The entire list of players in this issue of Rick Bolus’ High Potential® Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc. report will be added to the rankings section oy my website at a later date.

 

 

 

 


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Updated: Monday, 29 November 2010 1:45 PM EST
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Rick Bolus' High Potential(R) Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc. 2010 Ohio Boys
Topic: Basketball

RB10OHB

 

 

Rick Bolus’ High Potential® Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc.

Boys November 2010 Edition

Introducing Ohio’s Top Players for 2010-2011

 

Introducing Ohio’s Top Seniors

Top 12

Anton Grady   6-7  Sr.  CF  Cleveland Central Catholic

Trey Burke  5-11  Sr.  PG  Columbus Northland

Travis Trice  5-11.5  Sr.  CG  Huber Hts. Wayne

Aaron Thomas  6-4.5  Sr.  SM  Cincinnati Aiken

Traevon Jackson  6-2  Sr.  CG  Westerville South

Aaron White  6-6.5  Sr.  CF  Strongsville

Trey Lewis  6-1  Sr.  CG  Garfield Heights

Stevie Taylor  5-8.5  Sr.  PG  Gahanna Lincoln

Markus Crider  6-5.5  Sr.  WF  Huber Hts. Wayne

Paul Honigford  6-7  Sr.  C-F  Sugarcreek Garaway

Kirby Wright  6-8  Sr.  PF  Middletown

Jehvon Clarke  6-1  Sr.  CG  Canton Timken

Top Sleeper

Cole Krizancic  5-11  Sr.  CG  Mentor

Second 12

Ricky Johnson  5-8.5  Sr.  PG  Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary

Shonn Miller  6-5.5  Sr.  SM  Cleveland St. Ignatius

Darius Carter  6-6.5  Sr.  CF  Akron Firestone

Brian Sullivan  5-11.5  Sr.  PG  Columbus Upper Arlington

Nyles Evans  5-11  Sr.  PG  North Canton Hoover

Brock Ammons  6-6.5  Sr.  CF  Findlay

Cheatham Norrils  5-11  Sr.  PG  Toledo St. John’s

Desmond Rorie  6-9  Sr.  C-F  Canton Timken

Will Weeks  6-6  Sr.  PF  Garfield Hts.

Anthony Strother  6-4  Sr.  SM  Middletown

Mike Boyd  5-11  Sr.  PG  Liberty Twp. Lakota East

Adam Westbelt  6-7  Sr.  PF  Kettering Fairmont

Second  Sleeper

Antonio Ferrell  6-5  Sr.  CF  Springfield

 

Introducing Ohio’s Top Underclassmen

Top 6

Marc Loving  6-6  So.  SM  Toledo St. John’s

Elijah Macon  6-8  Jr.  C-F  Columbus Marion-Franklin

Kenny Kaminski  6-6.5  Jr.  CF  Medina

Kyle Molock  6-1  Jr.  PG  Dublin Coffman

Jalen Robinson  6-7.5  Jr.  PF  Columbus Northland

Malik London  6-7.5  Jr.  C-F  Chillicothe

Top Sleeper

Eric Troug  6-9.5  Jr.  C-F  Chagrin Falls Kenston

Second 6

Tony Farmer  6-6  So.  CF  Garfield Heights

Demonte Flannigan  6-6.5  So.  PF  Cleveland VASJ

Deontae Hawkins  6-6  Jr.  CF  Dayton Dunbar

Jermaine Davis  6-9  Jr.  C  Garfield Hts.

Kechaun Lewis  6-2  Jr.  2G  Columbus Northland

Willie Moore  6-3  Jr.  SM  Cincinnati Aiken

Second Sleeper

Jake Campbell  7-0  Jr.  C  Centerville

 

The entire list of players in this issue of Rick Bolus’ High Potential® Recruiting Service, Inc. report will be added to the rankings section of my website at a later date.

 

 


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Sunday, 17 October 2010
Week 8 In Review October 14-15, 2010
Topic: Football

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Week 8 In Review October 14-15, 2010

 

Thursday October 14th

 

Lexington Catholic 46  East Jessamine 40 – Amoh Kumengisa ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns to lead Lexington Catholic.  RB Cameron Thomas carried the ball 36 times for 355 yards and four touchdowns to lead East Jessamine.

 

Other Thursday Scores

Male  50  Southern  6

Rockcastle County  43  McCreary County  6

 

Friday October 15th

 

Clark County 27  Tates Creek 12 – FB Mason Jones carried the ball 12 times for 138 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Cardinala.

Johnson Central 68  Woodford County 35 – JJ Jude set a new state single game rushing record with 584 yards and six touchdowns on 32 carries.  Johnson Central set a new stste single game team rushing record with 775 yards.

Henry Clay 70  Madison Central 30 – Vinny Miller ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more touchdowns to lead the Blue Devils to victory.

Anderson County 38  South Oldham 37 – Anderson County rallied from a 37-10 deficit to defeat Oldham County led by Seth Carmichael’s four touchdown passes in the final quarter.

Lafayette 35  Bryan Station 25 – QB Matt Britt completed 11 of 23 passes for 256 yards and four touchdowns to lead Lafayette to victory.  Tanner Napier caught six passes for 180 yards and three touchdowns.

Scott County 53  Paul Dunbar 6 – Kevo Edwards and Dieries Dumphord each ran for two touchdowns to lead the Cardinals to victory.

Bell County 70  Madison Southern 7 – John Hilton carried the ball 11 times for 157 yards and two touchdowns to lead Bell County to victory.

Hazard 57  Jenkins 0 – Jon Combs threw TD passes of 58, 18, 12, and 31 yards to lead Hazard to victory.

Ballard 27  Seneca 21 – DeMonte Flippens carried the ball 14 times for 120 yards and a touchdown to lead Ballard to victory.

Trinity 49  Eastern 0 – Derek Bishop ran for 201 yards and scored on runs of 3, 14, and 1 yards to lead the Shamrocks to victory.

Central 70  Moore 41 – Anthony Wales ran for 392 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Yellowjackets to victory.

Collins 34  Fern Creek 14 – QB Branden Cresap thre for 261 yards including touchdown passes of 25, 14, and 20 yards to lead Collins to victory.

Highlands 27  Covington Catholic 20 – QB Patrick Towles threw TD passes of 80 and 25 yards and scored on a 12 yard run to lead the Bluebirds to victory.

Pikeville 47  Betsy Layne 20 – QB Randy Maynard carried the ball nine times for 208 yards including touchdown runs of 80 and 69 yards.

 

Other Friday Scores

Allen Central  50  South Floyd  44

Beechwood  49  Bishop Brossart  0

Bellevue  41  Ludlow  0

Bowling Green  36  Doss  0

Boyle County  45  West Jessamine  6

Breathitt County  20  Powell County  6

Bullitt Central  63  Iroquois  24

Butler  42  Pleasure Ridge Park  41

Campbell County  35  Cooper  28 (OT)

Caverna  30  Berea  20

Covington Holy Cross  50  Lloyd Memorial  6

Danville  49  Fort Knox  0

DeSales  31  Christian Academy of Louisville  21

Elizabethtown  56  Shawnee  0

Fairdale  60  Atherton  7

Fort Campbell  42  Hancock County  15

Frankfort  64  Gallatin County  20

Franklin County  66  Pendleton County  20

Glasgow  35  Monroe County  21

Graves County  37  Apollo  21

Harlan  48  Pineville  26

Harlan County  50  Perry County Central  7

Harrison County  77  Bourbon County  13

Henderson County  49  Marshall County  6

Henry County  61  Western Hills  33

Holmes  47  Scott  16

Lexington Christian County  38  Raceland  26

Lincoln County  30  Mercer County  7

Mason County  39  West Carter  20

Middlesboro  65  Knott County Central  6

Montgomery County  24  Ashland Blazer  22

Newport  45  Fleming County  0

North Bullitt  18  Bullitt East  6

Oldham County  41  Grant County  6

Owensboro  7  Hopkinsville  6

Owensboro Catholic  61  Todd County Central  14

Paducah Tilghman  66  McLean County  7

Pulaski County  21  Southwestern  14

Rowan County  34  Lawrence County  13

Russell  40  Lewis County  13

Ryle  48  Conner  6

Shelby Valley  27  Morgan County  10

Sheldon Clark  22  Belfry  6

Simon Kenton  48  Boone County  27

Somerset  62  Wayne County  10

St. Xavier  38  Manual  7

Union County  46  Webster County  16

Washington County  35  Bardstown  21

Whitley County  56  North Laurel  20

 

 

 

 


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Saturday, 16 October 2010
Anderson County (4-3) vs. South Oldham (6-2)
Topic: Football

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Anderson County (4-3)  vs.  South Oldham (6-2)

South Oldham High School

Crestwood, KY

October 15, 2010

 

Seth Carmichael threw four TD passes in the final quarter to erase a 37-10 deficit and lead Anderson County to a 38-37 victory over South Oldham.  This was a game of runs as Anderson County led 10-7 at halftime.  South Oldham roared back in the third quarter fueled by two touchdowns scored by the defense and a safety to take a 37-10 lead entering the final period.  However Anderson County scored 28 unanswered points in the final quarter to earn the victory.

Anderson County recorded 29 first downs and 467 yards of total offense.  The Bearcats were penalized six times for 75 yards, lost two fumbles, and had two passes intercepted.  South Oldham recorded 16 first downs and 343 yards of total offense.  They were penalized nine times for 106 yards and lost three fumbles.

Seth Carmichael led Anderson County’s ground game with 91 yards on 16 carries.  Carmichael completed 24 of 33 passes for 297 yards and four touchdowns with two interceptions.  Matt Sprague caught seven passes for 76 yards and a touchdown.  Neal Wells added five receptions for 64 yards.  Ethan Kelly caught two passes for 80 yards and a touchdown.  B. Curtsinger added three receptions for 25 yards and two touchdowns. Seth Carmichael led the defense with eight solo tackles.  Todd Dewoody added four solo and four assisted tackles.

Steward Williams led South Oldham’s ground game with 59 yards on seven carries.  Jack Sherry added 42 yards and a touchdown on seven carries.  Jack Sherry completed seven of 10 passes for 95 yards.  Jacob Lane caught four passes for 75 yards and a touchdown.  Cody Kollenberg led the defense with seven solo and one assisted tackles.  Jacob Lane added six solo and three assisted tackles.  Jared Good recorded three solo tackles, seven assisted tackles, and scored on a 37 yard interception return.  Reid Gilson scored on a 13 yard fumble recovery return.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School                     Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Anderson County      7       3       0      28     38

South Oldham          0       7      30       0     37

 

AC – Logan Woodside 6 yard run (Bill Rose kicks)

SO – Nathan Dearen 35 yard pass from Cody Kollenberg (Jack Sherry kicks)

AC – Bill Rose kicks 25 yard field goal

SO – Jack Sherry 1 yard run (Jack Sherry kicks)

SO – Jared Good 37 yard interception return (Jack Sherry kicks)

SO – Reid Gilson 13 yard fumble recovery return (Jack Sherry kicks)

SO – Roger Johnson Safety

SO – Jacob Lane 30 yard pass from Roger Johnson (Jack Sherry kicks)

AC – B. Curtsinger 9 yard pass from Seth Carmichael (Bill Rose kicks)

AC – Ethan Kelly 38 yard pass from Seth Carmichael (Bill Rose kicks)

AC – Matt Sprague 19 yard pass from Seth Carmichael (Bill Rose kicks)

AC – B. Curtsinger 3 yard pass from Seth Carmichael (Bill Rose kicks)

 

Selected Statistics

 

Anderson County

Rushing                   No.     Yds.     Avg.     Long

Seth Carmichael      16        91        5.7        34

Ethan Kelly              13        43        3.3        12

Logan Woodside       2         18        9.0        12

B. Curtsinger            3         16        5.3        10

Travis Phillips           3           2         0.7         5

Team                       1           0         0.0         0

 

Passing                    A-C-I     Yds.    TD     Long

Seth Carmichael     33-24-2   297      4        42

 

Receiving                   No.    Yds.    TD     Long

Matt Sprague              7       76        1         19

Neal Wells                  5       64        0         26

Travis Phillips              3       27        0         13

B. Curtsinger              3       25         2        14

Ethan Kelly                 2        80        1         42

Ryan Ratliff                2          7         0          6

Ch. Sutherland            1        11        0        11

Logan Woodside          1          7        0          7

 

South Oldham

Rushing                    No.     Yds.     Avg.     Long

Steward Williams     7         59         8.4        28

Jack Sherry             7         42         6.0        36

Jake Nichter             5         37         7.4        20

Roger Johnson         5         26         5.2        11

Michael Gray           14        23         1.6          8

Team                       1        -4        -4.0          0

 

Passing                    A-C-I      Yds.    TD      Long

Jack Sherry              10-7-0     95       0           33

Jake Nichter               1-0-0       0       0            0

Cody Kollenberg        1-1-0     35        1          35

Roger Johnson           1-1-0     30        1          30

 

Receiving                        No.      Yds.     TD      Long

Jacob Lane                      4        75         1         33

Steward Williams             2        25          0        15

Jake Nichter                    2         25         0        18

Nathan Dearen                1         35         1        35

 

Acknowledgements:

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


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Clark County (3-4) vs. Tates Creek (5-2)
Topic: Football

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Clark County (3-4)  vs.  Tates Creek (5-2)

Tates Creek High School

Lexington, KY

October 15, 2010

 

Clark County took advantage of four Tates Creek turnovers and utilized the running of FB Mason Jones to defeat Tataes Creek by a score of 27-12.  Two Tates Creek fumbles in the first half led to touchdowns by Clark County.  The old injury bug hit Tates Creek again tonight as one of their top defenders Jonathon Meadors left early in the game with an injury.

Clark County recorded 19 first downs and 372 yards of total offense.  The Cardinals were penalized 13 times for 128 yards.  Tates Creek recorded 16 first downs and 235 yards of total offense.  The Commodores were penalized six times for 50 yards, lost two fumbles, and had two passes ntercepted.

Mason Jones led Clark County’s ground game with 138 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries.  Pokey Harris carried the ball 11 times for 55 yards.  Andrew Dini completed nine of 13 passes for 123 yards and one touchdown.  Darius Skinner caught three passes for 63 yards.  Corey Rogers added three receptions for 35 yards and a touchdown.  Mason Jones led the defense with four solo and six assisted tackles.  Reid Campbell added three solo and six assisted tackles including 2.5 tackles resulting in losses totalling 20 yards.

Jontez Jones led Tates Creek’s ground game with 132 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.  Brandon Shrout carried the ball 10 times for 56 yards and a touchdown.  Dee Christopher completed five of nine passes for 49 yards with an interception.  Austin Crutcher and Martrell Berry each caught a pass for 20 and 17 yards respectively.  Jasir Rayyan led the defense with four solo and three assisted tackles.  Dennis Oxendine added four solo and two assisted tackles.  Tadar. Jemison recorded three solo and four assisted tackles with two of his tackles resulting in losses totalling 23 yards.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School                Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Clark County        0      21      0      6       27

Tates Creek         0        6      6       0       12

 

CC – Corey Rogers 8 yard pass from Andrew Dini (Tyler Creteau kicks)

CC – Mason Jones 5 yard run (Tyler Creteau kicks)

TC – Jontez Jones 3 yard run (Dee Christopher pass fails)

CC – Andrew Dini 1 yard run (Tyler Creteau kicks)

TC – Brandon Shrout 21 yard run (Dee Christopher pass fails)

CC – Mason Jones 14 yard run (Tyler Creteau kick fails)

 

Selected Statistics

 

Clark County

Rushing                No.     Yds.     Avg.      Long

Mason Jones         12      138        11.5       27

Pokey Harris         11        55          5.0       29

Andrew Dini          14        36          2.6       13

Darius Skinner       3        18          6.0       14

Mark Davis            2         2           1.0         2

Team                    2         0           0.0         0

 

Passing              A-C-I      Yds.     TD      Long

Andrew Dini     13-9-0     123        1          55

 

Receiving                  No.     Yds.    TD     Long

Darius Skinner           3         63        0        55

Corey Rogers            3         35        1        16

Garrison Conn           1         16        0        16

Colton Newsome        1          7         0         7

Pokey Harris              1          2         0         2

 

Tates Creek

Rushing                  No.     Yds.     Avg.     Long

Jontez Jones            19      132        6.9        25

Brandon Shrout       10        56         5.6        21

Dee Christopher        9        -2        -0.2        13

 

Passing                    A-C-I      Yds.    TD    Long

Dee Christopher       9-5-1      49        0        20

Jontez Jones            1-0-1        0        0          0

 

Receiving                 No.     Yds.    TD     Long

Austin Crutcher         1         20       0        20

Martrell Berry            1         17       0        17

Will Sweet                 1         10        0       10

Brandon Shrout         1          5        0         5

Jontez Jones             1         -3        0         0

 

Acknowledgements:

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


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Bryan Station (0-7) vs. Lafayette (4-4)
Topic: Football

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Bryan Station (0-7)  vs.  Lafayette (4-4)

Lafayette High School

Lexington, KY

October 15, 2010

 

QB Matt Britt threw three touchdown passes to Tanner Napier in Lafayette’s 35-25 victory over Bryan Station.  The Generals took a 28-0 lead early in the third quarter but Bryan Station rallied to pull close late in the game before Lafayette added an insurance TD.  Lafayette recorded 19 first downs nad 386 yards of total offense.  The Generals were penalized five times for 98 yards. Lost two fumbles, and had two passes intercepted.  Bryan Station recorded 20 first downs and 412 yards of total offense.  The Defenders were penalized three times for 35 yards, lost two fumbles, and had three passes intercepted.

Bubba Johnson led Lafayette’s ground game with 82 yards on 15 carries.  Matt Britt completed 11 of 23 passes for 256 yards and four touchdowns with two interceptions.  Tanner Napier caught six passes for 180 yards and three touchdowns.  Andy Hampton led the defense with seven solo and four assisted tackles.  David Kenner added four solo and seven assisted tackles.  Jalen Stith intercepted two passes.  Marlon Johnson intercepted one pass and scored a touchdown on a 77 yard fumble recovery return.

Loran Smith led Bryan Station’s ground game with 79 yards on 19 carries.  Loran Smith completed 11 of 20 passes for 211 yards and a touchdown with three interceptions.  Tyriq Roberts caught five passes for 144 yards and a touchdown.  Everett Talbert led the defense with two solo and eight assisted tackles.  Elijah Burdette added three solo and two assisted tackles.  Jaysuma Webb scored on a 25 yard interception return.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School               Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Bryan Station      0       0       13     12      25

Lafayette           14      7         7       7      35

 

LAF – Tanner Napier 22 yard pass from Matt Britt (Matt Green kicks)

LAF – Tanner Napier 63 yard pass from Matt Britt (Matt Green kicks)

LAF – Marlon Johnson 77 yard fumble recovery return (matt Green kicks)

LAF – Nick Jeter 32 yard pass from Matt Britt (Matt Green kicks)

BS – Tyriq Roberts 73 yard  pass from Loran Smith (Michael Morton kicks)

BS – Jaysuma Webb 25 yard interception return (Michael Morton kick fails)

BS – LJ Warfield 4 yard run (Loran Smith pass fails)

BS – LJ Warfield 3 yard run (LJ Warfield run fails)

LAF – Tanner Napier 34 yard pass from Matt Britt (Matt Green kicks)

 

Selected Statistics

 

Bryan Station

Rushing                 No    Yds.     Avg.     Long

Loran Smith          19      79        4.2        15

Elijah Bell              10      46        4.6        19

LJ Warfield             9       28        3.1        12

Josh Arnett            7       25        3.6        13

Elijah Burdette       3       25        8.3        22

Everett Talbert       3       -2       -0.7          1

 

Passing             A-C-I      Yds.    TD      Long

Loran Smith     20-11-3   211       1         73

 

Receiving            No.    Yds.    TD      Long

Tyriq  Roberts       5       144      1          73

Jaysuma Webb     3         43      0          27

Elijah Bell            1          11      0          11

Josh Arnett          1           8      0            8

LJ Warfield          1           5      0            5

 

Lafayette

Rushing                 No.    Yds.    Avg.     Long

Bubba Johnson      15      82        5.5        12

Matt Britt                6       36        6.0        18

Zane Ramey           1       18      18.0        18

Matlon Johnson       7       -1       -0.1          4

David Kenner         1       -2       -2.0          0    

Team                    2       -3       -1.5          0

 

Passing         A-C-I       Yds.    TD    Long

Matt Britt     23-11-2    256       4        63

 

Receiving               No.     Yds.     TD    Long

Tanner Napier         6        180        3       63

Nick Jeter               2          48        1       32

Bubba Johnson       2          20        0       19

Marlon Johnson      1           8         0         8

 

Acknowledgements:

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


Posted by REH at 11:40 AM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 16 October 2010 11:52 AM EDT
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Friday, 15 October 2010
Madison Central (1-6) vs. Henry Clay (5-2)
Topic: Football

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Madison Central (1-6)  vs.  Henry Clay (5-2)

Henry Clay High School

Lexington, KY

October 15, 2010

 

Henry Clay scored touchdowns on their first 10 possessions in a 70-30 victory over Madison Central.  The Blue Devils only ran 28 plays on offense but averaged 15.7 yards per play.  Henry Clay recorded 16 first downs and 439 yards of total offense.  The Blue Devils were penalized seven times for 47 yards and lost a fumble.  Madison Central recorded 21 first downs and 359 yards of total offense.  The Indians were penalized twice for 21 yards, lost two fumbles, and had one pass intercepted.

Vinny Miller led Henry Clay’s ground game with 125 yards and two touchdowns on six carries.  Bo Brooks carried the ball four times for 58 yards and a touchdown.  Vinny Miller completed all five of his pass attempts for 81 yards and two touchdowns.  Blake Green caught three passes for 74 yards and two touchdowns.  Charles McCarty led the defense with four solo and eight assisted tackles.  McCarty also recovered a fumble.  Anthony Lindsey recorded five solo and three assisted tackles with six of his tackles resulting in losses totalling 24 yards.  Anthony Benton scored a touchdown on a 79 yard interception return.

Jamez Chenault led Madison Central’s ground game with 106 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries.  Nick Ford completed 17 of 36 passes for 232 yards and a touchdown with one interception.  Kenjah Bosley caught five passes for 100 yards and a touchdown.  Matt Withers led the defense with two solo and five assisted tackles.  George Walker added one solo and four assisted tackles.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School                    Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Madison Central       3     13      0       14     30

Henry Clay             21    21     21        7     70

 

HC – James Hendron 11 yard run (AJ Yewell kicks)

HC – Jerry Williams 22 yard pass from Vinny Miller (AJ Yewell kicks)

MC – Taylor Deaton kicks 32 yard field goal

HC – Anthony Benton 79 yard interception return (AJ Yewell kicks)

MC – Jamez Chenault 5 yard run (Taylor Deaton kicks)

HC – Vinny Miller 58 yard run (AJ Yewell kicks)

MC – Jamez Chenault 24 yard run (Nick Ford pass fails)

HC – Bo Brooks 47 yard run (AJ Yewell kicks)

HC – Blake Green 30 yard pass from Jerry Williams (AJ Yewell kicks)

HC – Blake Green 34 yard pass from Vinny Miller (AJ Yewell kicks)

HC – Vinny Miller 4 yard run (AJ Yewell kicks)

HC – Carwell Gardner 15 yard pass from Christian Todd (AJ Yewell kicks)

MC – Kenjah Bosley 22 yard pass from Nick Ford (Taylor Deaton kicks)

MC – Darian Cox 13 yard run (Taylor Deaton kicks)

HC – Christian Todd 1 yard run (AJ Yewell kicks)

 

Selected Statistics

 

Madison Central

Rushing                 No.     Yds.     Avg.      Long

Jamez Chenault     28       106        3.8         30

Nick Ford                 6         19        3.2         15

Darian Cox              3         10        3.3         13

Daniel Foster           1          2         2.0          2

Kenjah Bosley         1         -3       -3.0           0

Chris Jones             1         -7       -7.0           0

 

Passing                  A-C-I      Yds.    TD      Long

Nick Ford              36-17-1     232      1          33

Jamez Chenault       1-0-0         0       0           0

 

Receiving                   No.     Yds.     TD    Long

Kenjah Bosley             5        100       1        33

Tyler Vonwechmar       4          32       0         9

Darian Cox                 2           32       0        25

Jacory Mullins             2           26       0        19

Tucker Fair                 2           23        0        12

Jamez Chenault          1          12        0        12

Daniel Foster              1            7        0          7

 

Henry Clay

Rushing                       No.     Yds.     Avg.     Long

Vinny Miller                  6        125       20.8       58

Bo Brooks                    4          58       14.5       47

Christian Todd              2          32       16.0       31

Jerry Williams              2           21       10.5       13

James Hendron            1           11       11.0       11

Blake Green                1             9         9.0        9

Anthony Lindsey          1             3         3.0        3

Sean Bryant                2             2         1.0        2

 

Passing                  A-C-I      Yds.      TD      Long

Vinny Miller          5-5-0       81         2          34

Christian Todd     3-3-0        67         1          44

Jerry Williams      1-1-0       30         1           30

 

Receiving                     No.      Yds.     TD      Long

Blake Green          3          74          2         34

Jerry Williams        3          37          1         22

Carwell Garner      2          59          1         44

Zach Davis            1           8          0          8

 

Acknowledgements:

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

 

 

 

 


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Updated: Friday, 15 October 2010 11:56 PM EDT
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Thursday, 14 October 2010
Lexington Catholic (3-4) vs. East Jessamine (6-1)
Topic: Football

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Lexington Catholic (3-4)  vs.  East Jessamine (6-1)

East Jessamine High School

Nicholasville, KY

October 14, 2010

 

Lexington Catholic’s Amoh Kumengisa scored on a 31 yard run and Jake Pumphrey kicked the extra point with one minute left in the game to give the Knights a 46-40 victory in a “Wild West Shootout” over East Jessamine.  East Jessamine had one more series on offense but were stopped on downs.  Lexington Catholic won the game despite a monster game by East Jessamine RB Cameron Thomas who ran for 355 yards including TD runs of 12, 39, 73, and 47 yards.

Lexington Catholic recorded 13 first downs and 376 yards of total offense.  The Knights were penalized four times for 26 yards and lost a fumble.  East Jessamine recorded 21 first downs and 474 yards of total offense (all on the ground).  The Jaguars were penalized four times for 27 yards and lost a fumble.

Amoh Kumengisa led Lexington Catholic’s ground game with 135 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries.  Kyle Bolin added 68 yards and a touchdown on eight carries.  Kyle Bolin completed 14 of 22 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown.  Adam Bush caught six passes for 38 yards and a touchdown.  Luke Fish added four receptions for 49 yards.  Nate Letton caught two passes for 59 yards.  Adam Wachs led the defense with seven solo and four assisted tackles.  Jordan Artrip added eight solo and one assisted tackles.  Mich. Vogelsang recorded six solo and three assisted tackles.

Cameron Thomas led East Jessamine’s ground attack with 355 yards and four touchdowns on 36 carries.  Austin Hager carried the ball 20 times for 81 yards and a touchdown.  The Jaguars did not complete any passes tonight.  Tyler Nguyen led the defense with seven solo and three assisted tackles with 2.5 of his tackles resulting in losses totalling 14 yards.  Justin Myers and Zach Templin each recorded three solo and three assisted tackles.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School                        Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Lexington Catholic        7      14      3     22      46

East Jessamine           12        0     14    14      40

 

EJ – Cameron Thomas 12 yard run (Austin Hager kick is blkd.)

EJ – Cameron Thomas 39 yard run (David Powers pass fails)

LC – Kyle Bolin 53 yard run (Jake Pumphrey kicks)

LC – Konnor Vasilko 2 yard run (Jake Pumphrey kicks)

LC – Billy Jack Brown 55 yard punt return (Jake Pumphrey kicks)

EJ – Austin Hager 5 yard run (Jared Cobb kicks)

LC – Jake Pumphrey kicks 37 yard field goal

EJ – David Powers 9 yard run (Jared Cobb kicks)

LC – Adam Bush 8 yard pass from Kyle Bolin (Nate Letton pass from Kyle Bolin)

EJ – Cameron Thomas 73 yard run (Jared Cobb kicks)

LC – Amoh Kumengisa 48 yard run (Jake Pumphrey kicks)

EJ – Cameron Thomas 47 yard run (Jared Cobb kicks)

LC – Amoh Kumengisa 31 yard run (Jake Pumphrey kicks)

 

Selected Statistics

 

Lexington Catholic

Rushing                     No.      Yds.     Avg.      Long

Amoh Kumengisa     13        135      10.4        48

Kyle Bolin                  8           68       8.5         53

Konnor Vasilko          5           11       2.2          6

James Maddox          2             2       1 .0         2

Team                       2             0        0.0         0

 

Passing             A-C-I       Yds.     TD       Long

Kyle Bolin        22-14-0     160       1           54

 

Receiving                    No.     Yds.    TD     Long

Adam Bush                  6         38        1        11

Luke Fish                     4         49        0        19

Nate Letton                  2         59        0        54

Amoh Kumengisa         1           9        0         9

Colby Colburn             1           5         0         5

 

East Jessamine

Rushing                   No.    Yds.     Avg.     Long

Cameron Thomas    36     355        9.9        73

Austin Hager           20       81        4.1        10

David Powers           7        38        5,4        18

 

Passing                A-C-I     Yds.    TD     Long

David Powers      3-0-0       0         0         0

 

Acknowledgements:

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


Posted by REH at 11:48 PM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 14 October 2010 11:56 PM EDT
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Tuesday, 12 October 2010
Rick Bolus' High Potential(R) Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc. Indiana Girls
Topic: Basketball

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Rick Bolus’ High Potential® Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc.

Girls October 2010 Edition

Introducing Indiana’s Top Prospects for 2010-2011

 

Top 12

Liza Clemons 6-2 Sr. C Ft. Wayne Elmhurst

Bria Goss 5-10 Sr. 2G Indianapolis Ben Davis

Torrie Thornton 6-1 Sr. WF Carmel

Liz Stratman 6-3 Sr. CF Indianapolis Heritage Christian

Lacia Gorman 5-8 Sr. PG Ft. Wayne Elmhurst

Akyah Taylor 5-11 Sr. SM Elkhart Memorial

Mallory Ladd 6-1 Sr. C-F Evansville Memorial

Amanda Raker 6-0 Sr. WF Indianapolis Perry Meredian

Jill Hopper 6-1 Sr. C-F Yorktown

Jalynn McClain 6-0 Jr. F-C Jeffersonville

Jama Sharp 5-8 Sr. PG Mooresville

Shelbie Justice 5-10 Sr. SM Rushville

Top Sleeper

Stephanie Mavunga 6-2 So. C Brownsburg

Second 12

Courtney Larson 5-9 Sr. SM Columbus North

Amanda Moore 5-8 Jr. 2G Seymour

Jessica Valley 5-9 Sr. CG Lafayette McCutcheon

Taya Reimer 6-3 So. F Fishers Hamilton Southeastern

Jessica Rupright 6-2 So. C Ossian Norwell

Haley Howard 5-11 Sr. SM Whiteland

Jessica Carr 5-7 Sr. PG Arcadia Hamilton Heights

Hannah Douglas 5-8 Sr. 2G Pendleton Pendleton Heights

Brionna Barnett 5-6 Jr. CG Elkhart Memorial

Kaila Hulls 5-10 Sr. 2G Bloomington South

Katrina Blackmon 6-0 Sr. WF Marion

Lakin Roland 6-0 Jr. C Jeffersonville

Second Sleeper

Brooklyn Juday 5-9 Jr. WF Tipton

 

The entire list of players in this issue of Rick Bolus’ High Potential® Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc. report will be added to the rankings section of my website at a later date.


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