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Wednesday, 6 October 2010
2010 Rick Bolus' High Potential(R) and Allgood Hoops(R) Fall Preview Showcase
Topic: Basketball

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2010 Rick Bolus’ High Potential® and Allgood Hoops® Fall Preview Showcase

Pleasure Ridge Park High School

Louisville, KY

October 2, 2010

 

Six teams played in this event and were divided into two pools.  Pool A consisted of Team 1 (White) Coach Tony Paige, Team 2 (Blue) Coach Steve Bishop, Team 3 (Red) Coach Dan Nicely.  Pool B consists of Team 4 (Yellow) Coach Dan Nicely. Team 5 (Green) Coach Steve Bishop, and Team 6 (Maroon) Coach Cinda Catchings.

 

Pool Play

 

Team 1 47   Team 2 43

Team 4 62   Team 6 50

Team 1 52   Team 3 34

Team 4 64   Team 5 56

Team 2 93   Team 3 46

Team 6 54   Team 5 51

 

Pool play records: Pool A Team 1 (2-0), Team 2 (1-1), and Team 3 (0-2).  Pool B Team 4 (2-0), Team 5 (0-2), and Team 6 (1-1).

 

Tournament Play

 

3rd  Place Finishers  Team 5 85   Team 3 71

2nd  Place Finishers  Team 2 75   Team 6 56

1st  Place Finishers  Team 1 44   Team 4 37

 

Team 1 coached by Tony Paige captured the championship.  Team members included Shanae Brown (Frankfort), Shauntae Brown (Frankfort), Leeara Caldwell (Collins), Erin Conner (West Jessamine), Sydney Durham (Henry Clay), Morgan Kelsey (Paul Dunbar), Lexi Tye (Paris), and Aaliyah Wells (Collins).

Shauntae Brown (Frankfort) was named Tournament MVP and Caylan Bybee (Monroe County) was named Tournament Runner-Up MVP.

 

All Tournament Team

 

Shauntae Brown  5-7  So.  Frankfort, KY  (Tournament MVP)

Erin Conner  5-7  Jr.  Nicholasville  West Jessamine, KY

Morgan Kelsey  5-8  Jr.  Lexington  Paul Dunbar, KY

Kelsey Adwell  5-8  So.  Louisville  PRP, KY

Kristen Perry  6-1  Sr.  Olive Hill  West Carter, KY

Courtney Moran  5-7  Jr.  Maysville  Mason County, KY

Katelyn Smith  5-9  Jr.  Maysville  Mason County, KY

Caylan Bybee  6-1  Jr.  Tompkinsville  Monroe County, KY  (Tournament Runner-Up MVP)

Madison Clements  5-6  So.  Tompkinsville  Monroe County, KY

Megan Moore  5-4  Sr.  Tompkinsville  Monroe County, KY

Kelsee Ennis  5-6  Jr.  Bloomington South, IN

Lori Thomas  5-11  Sr.  Somerset, KY

Shannon Carter  5-8  Sr.  Jackson  Callaway, MS

Macy Clontz  5-8  Jr.  London  South Laurel, KY

 

Other Top Players

 

Aaliyah Wells  So.  Shelbyville  Collins. KY

Ashley Cooper  5-10  Sr.  Rumson, NJ

Kelah Eldridge  5-6  So.  Whitesburg  Letcher County Central, KY

Rachel Hodge  5-9  Sr.  Morganfield  Union County, KY

Shomari Kendrick  6-2  Sr.  Lexington  Lafayette, KY

Jolaine McNary  5-11  Fr.  Madisonville North Hopkins, KY

Ellie Kolb  5-4  Sr.  Louisville  Brown, KY

Christessica Priddy  5-11  8th  Horse Cave  Caverna, KY

 

Players represented five states and several college coaches were in attendance.

 

Above information provided by Rick Bolus bolus@insightbb.com

 

 

 


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Monday, 4 October 2010
3rd Annual High Potential/Allgood Hoops Fall Preview Showcase
Topic: Basketball

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3rd Annual High Potential /Allgood Hoops Fall Preview Showcase

Pleasure Ridge Park High School

Louisville, KY

October 2, 2010

 

Six teams participated in this event.   Each team played three games for the day.  Team #1 coached by Tony Paige won the tournament which consisted of two pools with three teams in each pool.  Players represented five states and several college coaches were in attendance.

 

All Tournament Team

 

Shauntae Brown  5-7  So.  Frankfort  KY  (Tournament MVP)

Erin Conner  5-7  Jr.  Nicholasville  West Jessamine  KY

Morgan Kelsey  5-8  Jr.  Lexington  Paul Dunbar  KY

Kelsey Adwell  5-8  So.  Louisville  PRP  KY

Kristen Perry  6-1  Sr.  Olive Hill  West Carter  KY

Courtney Moran  5-7  Jr.  Maysville  Mason County  KY

Katelyn Smith  5-9  Jr.  Maysville  Mason County  KY

Caylan Bybee  6-1  Jr.  Tompkinsville  Monroe County  KY  (Tournament Runner-UP MVP)

Madison Clements  5-6  So.  Tompkinsville  Monroe County  KY

Megan Moore  5-4  Sr.  Tompkinsville  Monroe County  KY

Kelsee Ennis  5-6  Jr.  Bloomington South  IN

Lori Thomas  5-11  Sr.  Somerset  KY

Shannon Carter  5-8  Sr.  Jackson Callaway  MS

Macy Clontz  5-8  Jr.  London  South Laurel

 

The above information supplied by Rick Bolus at bolus@insightbb.com

 

 

 


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Updated: Wednesday, 6 October 2010 4:35 PM EDT
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Week 6 In Review September 30 - October 2, 2010
Topic: Football

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Week 6 In Review September 30 – October 2, 2010

 

Thursday September 30th

 

Bullitt Central 45  Doss 34 – RB James Johnson carried the ball 29 times for 288 yards and four touchdowns to lead Bullitt Central to victory.

Eastern 49  Shelby County 6 – Jon Davis scored three touchdowns to lead Eastern to victory.

Seneca 56  Butler 17 – QB DaMarcus Smith completed eight of 16 passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns to lead Seneca to victory.

Other Thursday Scores

Mason County  56  Lewis County  8

Pike County Central  61  Tolsia (WV)  14

Southern  14  Moore  7

Waggener  34  Iroquois  22

Western  46  Fairdale  20

 

Friday October 1st

 

Boyle County 40  Lafayette 0 – Boyle County held a 532-67 advantage in total yardage in the first game played in Lafayette’s new stadium.

Jeffersontown 42  Anderson County 20 – DeMichael Jackson scored on runs of 52, 1,2, and 44 yards and added a 12 yard TD reception to lead Jeffersontown to victory.

Trinity 48  St. Xavier 0 – James Quick caught nine passes for 150 yards and a touchdown for Trinity.  This game was attended by more than 34,000 fans.

Henry Clay 49  Bryan Station 8 – Vinny Miller carried the ball 15 times for 188 yards including TD runs of 17, 3, 43, and 10 yards to lead the Blue Devils to victory.

Scott County 25  Tates Creek 7 – RB Marcus Hill ran for 121 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries to lead the Cardinals to victory.

East Jessamine 49  Owen County 0 – Cameron Thomas carried the ball 11 times for 201 yards and scored on runs of 49, 40, 44, and 14 yards to lead the Jaguars to victory.

Collins 41  North Bullitt 13 – QB Brandon Cresap threw for 257 yards with TD passes of 18 and 5 yards to lead Collins to victory.

Lexington Christian Academy 34  Nicholas County 13 – LCA QB Scout McCamy threw for 230 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Eagles to victory.

Corbin 21  Clark County 7 – Matthew Taylor ran for TDs of 28 and 15 yards and added a 90 yard kickoff return for a TD to lead the Redhounds to victory.

Hazard 40  Breathitt County 20 – QB Jon Combs threw TD passes of 60, 16, 49, and 96 yards to lead Hazard to victory.

Highlands 42  Dixie Heights 14 – QB Patrick Towles threw TD passes of 25 and 64 yards and scored on a 28 yard run to lead the Bluebirds to victory.

West Jessamine 35  Western Hills 14 – QB Matt Carbol ran for two TDs and passed for a TD to lead the Colts to victory.

Simon Kenton 33  Cooper 0 – QB Chad Lawrence threw for two TDs and ran for another score to lead the Pioneers to victory.

Other Friday Scores

Bath County  36  Pendleton County  16

Beechwood  55  Walton-Verona  20

Belfry  55  Pikeville  24

Bell County  21  Knox Central  7

Bourbon County  15  Grant County  7

Bowling Green  41  Grayson County  27

Christian County  21  Owensboro  0

Clay County  28  Whitley County  22

Conner  27  Boone County  21

Crittenden County  34  Ballard Memorial  18

Dayton Dunbar (OH)  19  Male  13

Estill County  27  Pineville  26

Fern Creek  26  DeSales  21

Frankfort  57  Bracken County  6

Glasgow  48  Elizabethtown  47

Green County  20  Lone Oak  17

Harlan  45  Knott County Central  8

Harlan County  39  Letcher County Central  8

Henderson County  48  Muhlenberg County  7

Holmes  55  Franklin County  9

John Hardin  63  Paul Dunbar  14

Leslie County  24  Shelby Valley  19

Marion County  31  Mercer County  10

Mayfield  51  Fulton City  6

Montgomery County  47  Spencer County  20

Murray  49  Reidland  7

Newport Central Catholic  54  Newport  13

Perry County Central  41  North Laurel  6

Pleasure Ridge Park  54  Madison Central  28

Prestonsburg  34  Matewan (WV)  28 (OT)

Pulaski County  49  Lincoln County  7

Rockcastle County  44  Madison Southern  28

Russell  48  Fleming County  8

Russell County  50  Logan County  21

Ryle  35  Campbell County  30

Somerset  71  Taylor County  8

Valley  35  Breckinridge County  0

Warren Central  39  Barren County  6

Wayne County  21  Casey County  12

Williamsburg  52  Clinton County  14

 

Saturday October 2nd

 

Bellevue  34  Bishop Brossart  31

 


Posted by REH at 8:22 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, 4 October 2010 9:24 PM EDT
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Anderson County (3-2) vs. Jeffersontown ((3-2)
Topic: Football

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Anderson County (3-2)  vs.  Jeffersontown (3-2)

Jeffersontown High School

Jeffersontown, KY

October 1, 2010

 

Jeffersontown defeated Anderson County by a score of 42-20.  Jeffersontown recorded 18 first downs and 482 yards of total offense.  They were penalized 13 times for 104 yards.  Anderson County recorded 19 first downs and 273 yards of total offense.  The Bearcats were penalized four times for 29 yards and lost a fumble.

D. Jackson led Jeffersontown’s ground game with 135 yards and four touchdowns on 17 carries.  Tyray Daniels carried the ball five times for 82 yards.  Joey Pierce completed 14 of 22 passes for 209 yards and one touchdown.  Harry Cross caught six passes for 67 yards.  D. Jackson added four receptions for 62 yards and a TD.  Tyray Daniels recorded three catches for 60 yards.  Devin Watson led the defense with five solo and one assisted tackles.  Chris Dadonna added three solo and five assisted tackles.

Logan Woodside led Anderson County’s ground game with 79 yards on 11 carries.  Seth Carmichael carried the ball 11 times for 43 yards and one touchdown.  Seth Carmichael completed 15 of 21 passes for 98 yards and one touchdown.  Matt Sprague caught five passes for 49 yards and a TD.  Spencer Ruggles led the defense with seven solo and four assisted tackles.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School                      Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Anderson County        7       0       6       7      20

Jeffersontown           14       7       7      14     42

 

JTOWN – D. Jackson 52 yard run (Kemran Mamedov kick)

JTOWN – Daniel Ross 4 yard run (Kemran Mamedov kick)

AC – Ethan Kelly 2 yard run (Bill Rose kick)

JTOWN – D. Jackson 12 yard pass from Joey Pierce (Kemran Mamedov kick)

JTOWN – D. Jackson 1 yard run (Kemran Mamedov kick)

AC – Matt Sprague 16 yard pass from Seth Carmichael (Granville Hayes run fails)

JTOWN – D. Jackson 2 yard run (Kameran Mamedov kick)

AC – Seth Carmichael 1 yard run (Bill Rose kick)

JTOWN – D. Jackson 44 yard run (Kameran Mamedov kick)

 

Selected Statistics

 

Anderson County

Rushing                       No.      Yds.      Avg.     Long

Logan Woodside           11         79          7.2        22

Seth Carmichael           11         43          3.9        29

Travis Phillips                7          24          3.4          6

Ethan Kelly                   8           23          2.9        10

Granville Hayes            2             6          3.0          3

 

Passing                    A-C-I      Yds.     TD       Long

Seth Carmichael     21-15-0      98         1           16

 

Receiving                 No.     Yds.     TD      Long

Matt Sprague              5         49         1         16

B. Curtsinger              4         21          0          7

Logan Woodside         3         14          0         11

Travis Phillips             3         14           0        10

 

Jeffersontown

Rushing                     No.     Yds.     Avg.    Long

D. Jackson                 17       135       7.9       52

Tyray Daniels              5         82     16.4       34

CI Vaughn Green         4         27       6.8      14

Evan Berrios               4         25        6.2      13

Daniel Ross                1           4        4.0        4

 

Passing            A-C-I      Yds.     TD      Long

Joey Pierce     22-14-0    209       1         36

 

Receiving                  No.     Yds.    TD    Long

Harry Cross                6         67       0        15

D. Jackson                  4         62       1        36

Tyray Daniels              3         60       0        32

Demytree Gipson        1          20        0       20

 

Acknowledgements:

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

 

 


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Updated: Monday, 4 October 2010 7:30 PM EDT
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Boyle County (5-0) vs. Lafayette (3-2)
Topic: Football

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Boyle County (5-0)  vs.  Lafayette (3-2)

Lafayette High School

Lexington, KY

October 1, 2010

 

Boyle County held a 532-67 advantage in total offense in a 40-0 victory over Lafayette tonight as Lafayette unveiled their new football stadium.  Boyle County raced out to a 19-0 first quarter lead in a dominating performance over a quality opponent tonight.

Boyle County recorded 23 first downs and 532 yards of total offense.  The Rebels were penalized nine times for 81 yards.  Lafayette recorded seven first downs and 67 yards of total offense.  The Generals were penalized six times for 28 yards and had two passes intercepted.

Devon Cox led Boyle County’s ground game with 118 yards and one touchdown on 10 carries.  Chris Cook carried the ball 15 times for 113 yards and one touchdown.  Lamar Dawson recorded 76 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries.  Devon Hale completed five of 11 passes for 94 yards and a touchdown.  Lamar Dawson caught three passes for 70 yards and a touchdown.  Lamar Dawson led the defense with five solo and six assisted tackles.

Bubba Johnson led Lafayette’s ground game with 34 yards on 12 carries.  Matt Britt completed five of 18 passes for 38 yards with one interception.  Nick Jeter caught two passes for 23 yards.  Tanner Napier added two receptions for 18 yards.  Justin Carr led the defense with seven solo and two assisted tackles.  Kyle Irvin added five solo and three assisted tackles.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School                Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Boyle County       19      7      7        7       40

Lafayette              0       0      0        0        0

 

BC – Will Harris kicks 29 yard field goal

BC – Lamar Dawson 5 yard run (Will Harris kick)

BC – Team Safety

BC – Lamar Dawson 2 yard run (Will Harris kick)

BC – Devon Cox 65 yard run (Will Harris kick)

BC – Chris Cook 4 yard run (Will Harris kick)

BC – Lamar Dawson 52 yard pass from Devon Hale (Will Harris kick)

 

Selected Statistics

 

Boyle County

Rushing                    No.      Yds.      Avg.      Long

Devon Cox               10        118        11.8        65

Chris Cook               15        113          7.5        55

Lamar Dawson         14         76           5.4       13

Devon Hale               5          54         10.8       22

Jesse Mattingly          5         22           4.4       13

Clint Mason               2         14           7.0       10

Bret Simpson            3         11           3.7         6

Casey Whittle           3           6            2.0        9

Team                       1           0           0.0         0

 

Passing               A-C-I      Yds.    TD       Long

Devon Hale        11-5-0     94        1            52

Casey Whittle      1-1-0     24        0            24

 

Receiving              No.      Yds.     TD      Long

Lamar Dawson       3          70         1         52

Clint Mason            2          37         0         24

Lloyd Hall               1          11         0         11

 

Lafayette

Rushing                  No.      Yds.     Avg.     Long

Bubba Johnson      12        34          2.8         15 

Marlon Johnson       1          3          3.0           3

Shamon Brown       1          -2        -2.0           0

Jeremy Smith         1         -4        -4.0           0

Matt Britt                2         -6        -3.0           3

Team                     1       -12      -12.0           0

 

Passing                A-C-I      Yds.     TD       Long

Matt Britt              18-5-1     38         0           13

Jeremy Smith         6-2-1     16         0           15

 

Receiving                No.     Yds.     TD      Long

Nick Jeter                 2        23          0         13

Tanner Napier           2        18          0         10

Khalil Dunn               1        15          0         15

Darius Hughes          1          1          0           1

Bubba Johnson         1         -3          0           0

 

Acknowledgements:

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


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Updated: Monday, 4 October 2010 6:23 PM EDT
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Scott County (2-3) vs. Tates Creek (4-1)
Topic: Football

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Scott County (2-3)  vs.  Tates Creek (4-1)

Tates Creek High School

Lexington, KY

October 1, 2010

 

Scott County continues their resurgence with a 25-7 victory over Tates Creek.  Scott County recorded 20 first downs and 375 yards of total offense.  The Cardinals were penalized four times for 41 yards and lost a fumble.  Tates Creek recorded only nine first down and 191 yards of total offense.  The Commodores were penalized five times for 35 yards and had one pass intercepted.

Marcus Hill led the Scott County ground attack with 121 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries.  Ben Lawler completed eight of 13 passes for 152 yards.  James Happy caught six passes for 110 yards.  Josh Walls added two receptions for 42 yards.  Jordan Kindred led the defense with four solo tackles, four assisted tackles, and one interception.  2.5 of Kindred’s tackles resulted in losses totalling 16 yards.  Josh Walls added four solo and two assisted tackles.  Jay Willmott had five kickoffs resulting in five touchbacks.

Jontez Jones led Tates Creek’s ground game with 45 yards on 4 carries.  Brandon Shrout carried the ball 10 times for 35 yards and a touchdown.  Dee Christopher completed 10 of 15 passes for 100 yards.  Martrell Berry caught four passes for 60 yards. Jon. Meadors led the defense with six solo and seven assisted tackles.  William Hardin added six solo and three assisted tackles.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School               Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Scott County        7     10      0       8       25

Tates Creek         0       0      7       0         7

 

SC – Marcus Hill 12 yard run (Palmer Ward kick)

SC – Marcus Hill 4 yard run (Jay Willmott kick)

SC – Jay Willmott kicks 24 yard field goal

TC – Brandon Shrout 1 yard run (Charles Mechas kick)

SC – Kevo Edwards 2 yard run (Palmer Ward kick blkd.)

SC – Jordan Kindred safety

 

Selected Statistics

 

Scott County

Rushing                    No.     Yds.      Avg.     Long

Marcus Hill                18       121         6.7        16              

Josh Walls                  7         33         4.7        13

Dier. Dumphord          4         30         7.5        11

Kevo Edwards             6         30         5.0        12

Sam Jones                  1           3         3.0          3

Ben Lawler                 5           3          0.6          6

Alex Caldwell             2           3          1.5          4

 

Passing            A-C-I      Yds.     TD      Long

Ben Lawler     13-8-0     152        0         33

 

Receiving           No.     Yds.     TD      Long

James Happy       6        110        0          32

Josh Walls           2          42        0          33

 

Tates Creek

Rushing                     No.     Yds.      Avg.      Long

Jontez Jones              4         45          11.2       39

Brandon Shrout        10        35            3.5       18

Dee Christopher       15        23            1.5       31

Jamal McFarland         1          1             1.0        1

Reid VanBussum        1        -13         -13.0         0

 

Passing                    A-C-I       Yds.     TD      Long

Dee Christopher      15-10-0    100        0         28

Nick Richmond            1-0-1        0        0           0

 

Receiving                No.     Yds.     TD       Long

Martrell Berry          4         60        0           28

Austin Crutcher       2         17        0           13

Jontez Jones           2           4        0            6

Anthony Bell           1         12        0           12

Aubrey Lewis          1           7        0             7

 

Acknowledgements:

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


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Updated: Monday, 4 October 2010 4:22 PM EDT
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Henry Clay (3-2) vs. Bryan Station (0-5)
Topic: Football

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Henry Clay (3-2)  vs.  Bryan Station (0-5)

Bryan Station High School

Lexington, KY

October 1, 2010

 

Henry Clay led 14-8 at halftime but exploded for 35 unanswered points in the second half in a 49-8 victory over Bryan Station.  Bryan Station did not have an answer for Henry Clay’s Vinny Miller as he shredded the Bran Station defense for 188 yards and four touchdowns on the ground.

Henry Clay recorded 17 first downs and 370 yards of total offense.  The Blue Devils were penalized six times for 42 yards, lost two fumbles, and had two passes intercepted.  Bryan Station recorded 15 first downs and 235 yards of total offense.  The Defenders were penalized five times for 27 yards, lost four fumbles, and had two passes intercepted.

Vinny Miller led the Henry Clay ground game with 188 yards and four touchdowns on 15 carries.  Bo Brooks carried the ball 16 times for 80 yards and a touchdown.  Jerry Williams completed two of four passes for 22 yards with one interception.  Vinny Miller completed two of three passes for 36 yards with one interception.  Blake Green caught three passes for 55 yards.  James Hendron led the defense with eight solo and four assisted tackles with three of his tackles resulting in losses totalling 15 yards.  Charles McCarty added three solo and four assisted tackles.

LJ Warfield led Bryan Station’s ground game with 77 yards on 13 carries.  Loran Smith added 55 yards on six carries.  Josh Arnett recorded 43 yards on 10 carries.  Jaylin Johnson completed six of 13 passes for 87 yards with one inteception.  Loran Smith caught four passes for 74 yards.  Tae Green led the defense with five solo and two assisted tackles.  Austin Hendron added four solo and three assisted tackles.  Damien Campbell also recorded four solo and three assisted tackles.  Tim Hayden intercepted two passes.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School                Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Henry Clay           7       7      14     21     49

Bryan Station        0       8       0       0       8

 

HC – Vinny Miller 17 yard run (AJ Yewell kick)

HC – Bo Brooks 1 yard run (AJ Yewell kick)

BS – Elijah Burdette 5 yard run (Loran Smith pass from Jaylin Johnson)

HC – Anthony Lindsey 3 yard run (AJ Yewell kick)

HC – Vinny Miller 3 yard run (AJ Yewell kick)

HC – Vinny Miller 43 yard run (AJ Yewell kick)

HC – Vinny Miller 10 yard run (AJ Yewell kick)

HC – Anthony Mealy 85 yard interception return (AJ Yewell kick)

 

Selected Statistics

 

Henry Clay

Rushing                    No.     Yds.      Avg.      Long

Vinny Miller              15        188        12.5        45

Bo Brooks                16         80          5.0        19

Sean Bryant               2         37         18.5        30

Anthony Lindsey         9         18           2.0         5

Jerry Williams             3         -2          -0.7         2

Christian Todd            2         -9          -4.5         0

 

Passing                   A-C-I       Yds.     TD      Long

Jerry Williams        4-2-1        22         0          19

Vinny Miller            3-2-1        36         0          19

 

Receiving          No.     Yds.     TD     Long

Blake Green       3          55        0         19

Bo Brooks          1           3         0           3

 

Bryan Station

Rushing                 No.     Yds.    Avg.    Long

LJ Warfield           13        77       5.9        19

Loran Smith           6         55       9.2        29

Josh Arnett           10        43       4.3        13

Elijah Burdette        3        11       3.7          5

Charles Randle       5          8       1.6        20

Everett Talbert        2        -6      -3.0         1

Elijah Bell               1       -14    -14.0         0

Jaylin Johnson        3      -33     -11.0         0

 

Passing                A-C-I     Yds.    TD    Long

Jaylin Johnson       13-6-1    87        0        49

Ray Roberts           4-0-1      0        0         0

Loran Smith           1-1-0      7        0         7

 

Receiving             No.     Yds.    TD     Long

Loran Smith          4         74        0        49

Tyriq Roberts        2         15        0        10

Elijah Burdette      1           5        0          5

 

Acknowledgements:

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

 

 


Posted by REH at 3:03 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, 4 October 2010 3:26 PM EDT
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Sunday, 26 September 2010
Rick Bolus' High Potential(R) Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc .Indiana Boys
Topic: Basketball

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

Boys October 2010 Edition

Introducing Indiana’s Top Players for 2010-2011

 

Introducing Indiana’s Top Seniors

Top 12

Marquis Teague 6-1 Sr. PG Indianapolis Pike

Michael Chandler 6-11 Sr. C Indianapolis Lawrence North

Branden Dawson 6-6 Sr. SM Gary Wallace

Cody Zeller 6-10 Sr. C-F Washington

Austin Etherington 6-6 Sr. SM Arcadia Hamilton Hts.

Darwin Davis 5-10 Sr. PG Bloomington South

Justin Gant 6-8 Sr. PF Terre Haute North

*Mitch McGary 6-9 Sr. C Chesterton

Andrew Smeathers 6-7 Sr. WF Greenwood Center Grove

Nic Moore 5-10 Sr. PG Warsaw

Kendall Griffin 6-5 Sr. 2G Avon

Spencer Turner 6-4 Sr. SM Bloomington South

Top Sleeper

Jeremiah Jones 6-3 Sr. 2G Merrillville

 

Second 12

P.J. Boutte 5-9 Sr. PG Indianapolis Howe

Tony Springmann 6-8 Sr. F-C Ft. Wayne Dwenger

Eric Stutz 6-8 Sr. C-F Newburg Castle

Steve Jamison 6-5 Sr. SM Indianapolis Broad Ripple

Jalen Packer 6-2 Sr. PG Princeton

Austin Ritchie 6-0 Sr. CG Lowell

Max Landis 6-1 Sr. CG Indianapolis Perry Meridian

Rontray Davis 6-4 Sr. SM Princeton

Evan Maschmeyer 6-3 Sr. CG Jeffersonville

Brian Stolarz 6-4 Sr. SM Munster

Greg Dickey 5-9 Sr. PG Tipton

Evan Blackmon 6-0 Sr. CG Ft. Wayne Bishop Luers

Second Sleeper

Jared Smoot 6-9 Sr. C-F Crown Point

 

Introducing Indiana’s Top Underclassmen

Top 6

Gary Harris 6-4 Jr. 2G Fishers Hamilton Southeastern

Kevin Ferrell 5-11 Jr. PG Indianapolis Park Tudor

DeVauntes Smith-Rivera 6-3 Jr. 2G Indianapolis North Central

Ron Patterson 6-3 Jr. 2G Indianapolis Broad Ripple

Raphael Davis 6-5 Jr. 2G Ft. Wayne South

Jeremy Hollowell 6-5 Jr. WF Indianapolis Lawrence Central

Top Sleeper

Devin Davis 6-6 So. CF Indianapolis Warren Central

 

Second 6

Austin Burgett 6-8.5 Jr. CF Avon

Glenn Robinson 6-4 Jr. WF St. John Lake Central

V.J. Beachem 6-5 So. WF Ft. Wayne Harding

DeJuan Marrero 6-5 Jr. CF Gary bowman Academy

Kellen Dunham 6-4 Jr. 2G Pendleton Pendleton Hts.

James Blackmom 6-1 Fr. PG Ft. Wayne Luers

Second Sleeper

Zak Irvin 6-4.5 So. SM Fishers Hamilton Southeastern

 

*Mitch McGary has been reclassified as a Junior and will attend a prep school next year according to info sent by Rick Bolus.

 

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.

 


Posted by REH at 8:57 PM EDT
Updated: Friday, 15 October 2010 1:42 PM EDT
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Rick Bolus' High Potential(R) Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc. Kentucky Girls
Topic: Basketball

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

Girls September 2010

Introducing Kentucky’s Top Players for 2010-2011

 

Top 12

Sara Hammond 6-2 Sr. CF Mt. Vernon Rockcastle County

Kristen Stainback 5-10 Sr. 2G Georgetown Scott County

Becca Greenwell 6-0 So. SM Owensboro Catholic

Makayla Epps 5-9 So. PG Lebanon Marion County

April Wilson 5-8 Jr. PG Louisville Manual

Averee Fields 6-0 Sr. SM Murray Calloway County

Lauren Tibbs 6-4 Sr. F-C Taylor Mill Scott

Kyvin Goodin-Rogers 6-1 So. C-F Lebanon Marion County

Sydney Moss 5-11 Jr. CF Florence Boone County

Jenna Crittendon 5-10 Jr. CG Union Ryle

Chastity Gooch 6-0 Sr. C Franklin Franklin-Simpson

Adrienne Tarrence 5-9 Sr. CG Bowling Green

Top Sleeper

Candance Morton 5-8 Sr. CG Lexington Henry Clay

 

Second 12

China Dow 5-8 So. PG Louisville CAL

Carla Booth 5-7 Sr. PG Inez Sheldon Clark

Danay Fothergill 5-7 Sr. CG Somerset Southwestern

Teonia McCune 6-4 Sr. C Fern Creek

Jaylan Bodiford 6-3 Sr. C-F Louisville Ballard

Mechael Guess 5-11 Sr. Louisville Manual

Abby Jump 5-6 Sr. CG Union Ryle

Kenyatta Drake 5-10 Sr. PF Madisonville North Hopkins

Juliann Miller 5-8 Sr. 2G Louisville Mercy

Kayla Styles 6-1 So. CF Louisville Manual

Natalie Greenwell 5-6 Sr. CG Elizabethtown

Whitney Belle Jackson 6-1 Sr. C-F Manchester Clay County

Second Sleeper

Lenette Holt 6-2 Sr. C Jeffersontown

 

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

 

 

 

 

 


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Henry County (3-1) vs. Anderson County (2-1)
Topic: Football

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Henry County (3-1)  vs.  Anderson County (2-1)

Anderson County High School

Lawrenceburg, KY

September 17, 2010

 

Dylan Doll kicked a 28 yard field goal with 10 seconds remaining in the game to give Henry County a 45-42 victory over Anderson County.  Henry County trailed 42-27 after three quarters but rallied for the victory.

Henry County recorded 22 first downs and 577 yards of total offense.  They were penalized seven times for 93 yards.  Anderson County recorded 25 first downs and 471 yards of total offense.  The Bearcats were penalized six times for 31 yards.

Lue Magness led Henry County’s ground game with 108 yards and four touchdowns on 13 carries.  Lue Magness completed 19 of 36 passes for 416 yards and two touchdowns.  Justin Hartlage caught 10 passes for 169 yards.  Dylan Hall caught four passes for 162 yards and a touchdown.  Justin Hartlage led the defense with 10 solo and six assisted tackles.  Lue Magness added six solo and five assisted tackles.

Ethan Kelly led Anderson County’s ground attack with 259 yards and five touchdowns on 26 carries.  Seth Carmichael completed 12 of 14 passes for 132 yards.  Matt Sprague caught three passes for 65 yards.  Logan Woodside led the defense with four solo and three assisted tackles.  Travis Phillips added five solo tackles.

 

Scoring Summary

 

School                      Q1    Q2    Q3    Q4    Final

Henry County           14      0      13     18     45

Anderson County       7     14      21       0     42

 

HC – Lue Magness 10 yard run (Dylan Doll kick)

AC – Ethan Kelly 15 yard run (Bill Rose kick)

HC – Chris Amburgy 54 yard pass from Lue Magness (Dylan Doll kick)

AC – Ethan Kelly 6 yard run (Bill Rose kick)

AC – Seth Carmichael 1 yard run (Bill Rose kick)

AC – Ethan Kelly 31 yard run (Bill Rose kick)

HC – Lue Magness 1 yard run (Dylan Doll kick fails)

AC – Ethan Kelly 17 yard run (Bill Rose kick)

HC – Lue Magness 2 yard run (Dylan Doll kick)

AC – Ethan Kelly 59 yard run (Bill Rose kick)

HC – Lue Magness 4 yard run (Dylan Doll kick)

HC – Dylan hall 49 yard pass from Lue Magness (Justin Hartlage pass from Lue Magness)

HC – Dylan Doll kicks 28 yard field goal

 

Selected Statistics

Henry County

Rushing                   No.      Yds.      Avg.       Long

Lue Magness           13        104        8.0          27

John Allgeier             6          40        6.7          17

Conner Johnson        5          13        2.6            5

Dylan Hall                1            4        4.0            4

 

Passing               A-C-I      Yds.      TD       Long

Lue Magness     36-19-0    416        2           71

 

Receiving                  No.      Yds.      TD     Long

Justin Hartlage         10        169         0         71

Dylan Hall                 4        162          1         50

John Allgeier             3          21          0         23

Chris Amburgy          1          54          1         54

Conner Johnson        1            4          0           4

 

Anderson County

Rushing                   No.      Yds.      Avg.     Long

Ethan Kelly              26       259         10.0      59

Logan Woodside      11         36           3.3        8

Seth Carmichael      10         33           3.3      16

Travis Phillips           2          11           5.5       8

 

Passing                     A-C-I       Yds.     TD     Long

Seth Carmichael      14-12-0    132        0        51

 

Receiving                  No.      Yds.     TD      Long

Matt Sprague               3          65         0         51

Ryan Ratliff                  2          21         0         12

Neal Wells                    2          16         0          8

Travis Phillips               2          13         0         11

B. Curtsinger               1            9         0          9

Spencer Ruggles          1           8          0          8

Ethan Kelly                  1           0          0          0

 

Acknowledgements:

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


Posted by REH at 2:02 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 26 September 2010 2:14 PM EDT
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