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Tuesday, 29 August 2017
Rick Bolus Blog
Topic: Basketball

2018 HIGH POTENTIAL BLUE-CHIP CAMP DATES

We are pleased to announced our 2018 camp dates at Georgetown College in Georgetown, KY. Online registration won't be available until sometime in early November but we wanted to make everyone aware of our 2018 dates so players can plan their summer schedule accordingly.

2018 HIGH POTENTIAL BLUE-CHIP CAMP DATES

JUNE 23-24 (SHOOTING CAMP)

JUNE 23-24 (POST CAMP)

JUNE 24-28 (BOYS CAMP)

JULY 9-10 (BOYS CAMP)

JULY 11-12 (POINT GUARD CAMP)

JULY 13-14 (DEFENSIVE CAMP-A NEW CAMP)

JULY 15-16 (GIRLS CAMP)


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Rick Bolus Blog
Topic: Basketball

ILLINOIS PLAYERS WHOSE STOCK IS RISING

Below are 10+ players from Illinois whose stock is rising for the 2017-18 season. Players are listed alphabetically.

CHASE ADAMS 5-8/SR CHICAGO ORR (CHICAGO HTS. MARIAN CATHOLIC TRANSFER IS AT HIS BEST IN TRANSITION AND WILL BE EYED BY D-1)

TREVEL EGGLESTON 6-4/SR CHICAGO URBAN PREP (AN ATHLETIC COMBO FORWARD WHO IS PRODUCTIVE BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. D-2/NAIA) 

CALVIN FISHER 6-3/SR MONTICELLO (WING FORWARD IS A DEADLY PERIMETER SHOOTER FOR D-2/NAIA)

TERRENCE HARGROVE 6-6/JR EAST ST. LOUIS (AN ATHLETIC WING FORWARD WHO RUNS THE FLOOR, LEAPS AND SCORES. DESTINED FOR D-1)

JUSTIN KELLOGG 6-3/SR TRENTON TRENTON-WESCLIN (A BLUE COLLAR WING FORWARD WHO CAN STROKE THE JUMPER. NAIA)

MARQUISE KENNEDY 5-9/JR (CHICAGO BROTHER RICE) CRETE MONEE TRANSFER IS A JET QUICK POINT WHO WILL MAKE THINGS HAPPEN FOR A D-1)

OKELTHO MARSHALL 6-3/SR CHICAGO LEO (AN UNDERSIZED POWER FORWARD WHO STILL GETS RESULTS AROUND THE BASKET. NAIA)

SAM SHAFER 6-7/SR FRANKFORT LINCOLN-WAY EAST (SWINGMAN WILL BE EYED FOR A WING FORWARD SLOT BY LOW D-1/TOP D-2 PROGRAMS)

KHARI SMITH 5-10/SR FRANKFORT LINCOLN-WAY EAST (COMBO GUARD IS AT HIS BEST IN TRANSITION AND A DEFINITE D-2/NAIA BACKCOURT PROSPECT)

ISAIAH THOMPSON 6-6/SR METROPOLIS MASSAC CO. (POWER FORWARD WILL GET RESULTS IN THE PAINT FOR A LOW D-1/TOP D-2 PROGRAM)

MICHAEL WRIGHT 6-7/SR MAYWOOD PROVISO EAST (THIS COMBO FORWARD HAS JUST SCRATCHED HIS POTENTIAL FOR THE D-1 COMMUNITY)


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Rick Bolus Blog
Topic: Basketball

HOOSIER BOYS WHOSE STOCK IS RISING

Below are 12+ Hoosier boys whose stock is rising for the 2017-18 season. Players are listed alphabetically.

CADE ALBERS 6-2/SR WESTVILLE (A LEAPING SWINGMAN WHO PLAYS BIGGER THAN HIS SIZE. D-2/NAIA)

BRADY ALLEN 6-3/8TH FORT BRANCH GIBSON SOUTHERN (THE SKY IS THE LIMIT FOR THIS FUTURE D-1 PLAYER WHO CAN DO IT ALL)

BRAEDON BEARD 6-5/JR TELL CITY (A HIDDEN SECRET IN SOUTHERN INDIANA IS KNOCKING AT THE DOOR OF D-1)

BRETT BOSLEY 6-4/FR PAOLI (ALTHOUGH HE IS JUST A FRESHMAN, HE PLAYS LIKE AN UPPERCLASSMAN. D-1 ON THE HORIZON)

MASON GILLIS 6-6/JR NEW CASTLE (STOCK CONTINUES TO RISE FOR THIS EVENTUAL D-1 COMBO FORWARD)

LUKE GOHMANN 6-5/SR FLOYDS KNOBS FLOYD CENTRAL (COMBO FORWARD IS IN SHADOW OF MATE, COBIE BARNES, BUT HE'LL PLAY AT THE D-2/NAIA LEVEL)

CONNOR HUBBARD 6-9/SR OSGOOD JAC-CEN-DEL (A NICE POST PROJECT FOR LOW MAJORS TO DEVELOP)

RYAN MANSBARGER 6-3/SR MARION EASTBROOK (A DEADELY SHOOTING OFF GUARD WHOSE "J" GETS HIM TO D-1)

MATT MARTIN 5-10/SR GREENSBURG (THIS RANGEY MARKSMAN WILL FIND A HOME AT A D-2/NAIA PROGRAM)

BENNIE PATTERSON 5-10/SR WOLCOTT TRI-COUNTY (A JET QUICK COMBO GUARD WHO WILL MAKE THINGS OCCUR FOR A D-2/NAIA)

ALLEN PLUNKETT 6-5/JR GREENCASTLE SOUTH PUTHAM (A VERSATILE FORWARD WHO CAN SCORE EITHER INSIDE OR OUTSIDE AND DESTINED FOR AT LEAST LOW D-1)

COLLIN WEDDING 6-1/SR EVANSVILLE CENTRAL (A SHARPSHOOTER WHOSE "J" WILL ATTRACT D-2/NAIA)

NOAH WILLIAMS 5-10/SR NEW ALBANY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (SMALL SCHOOL STAR PLAYS BIG ON THE HARDWOOD AT POINT AND BOUND FOR D-2/NAIA)


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Topic: Basketball

HOOSIER GIRLS WHOSE STOCK IS RISING

Below are 12+  girls whose stock is rising for thed 2017-18 season. Players listed alphabetically.

TAYLOR BROWNING 5-11/JR RUSHVILLE (A BLUE COLLAR STRETCH 4 PLAYER WHO WILL BOARD AND SCORE FOR AT LEAST D-2/NAIA)

MEREDITH DECKARD 5-5/SR MARTINSVILLE (COMBO GUARD IS A DEADLY PERIMETER SHOOTER WHICH WILL PLEASE D-2/NAIA)

ASHLEY EVANS 5-6/JR MUNCIE COWAN (A DEADLY SET SHOOTER WITH DOWNTOWN RANGE AND JUST A JUNIOR. D-2/NAIA CALIBRE)

NYKELA HASKINS 5-6/JR LAFAYETTE JEFFERSON (A JET QUICK POINT GUARD WHO'LL DEFEND AND RUN THE BREAK FOR D-2/NAIA)

GRACE MICHAL 5-7/SR WOLCOTT TRI-COUNTY (SOLID PLAYER ON BOTH ENDS OF THE FLOOR AND WOULD BE A NICE ADDITION FOR A D-2/NAIA PROGRAM)

KENNEDY MUSSELMAN 6-2/SR ROCHESTER (A STRONG PLAYER IN THE PAINT WHO BOARDS, SCORES AND SHOOTS IT INSIDE 15 FT. D-1 ALL THE WAY)

CALI NOLOT 5-8/SR RAMSEY NORTH HARRISON (SWINGMAN WILL MAKE A LIVING AT SHOOTING THE "J" FOR A LOW D-1/TOP D-2)

BRANDI NORTON 5-5/JR LAFAYETTE JEFFERSON (INJURY MAY KEEP THIS D-1 POINT GUARD OUT THIS SEASON; HOWEVER, SHE CAN P-L-A-Y!)

RILEY OTT 5-5/JR LAPORTE (THIS JUNIOR D-1  POINT GUARD IS NOW AMONG THE TOP DOZEN JUNIORS  IN THE HOOSIER STATE)

JARISSA PAGE 5-9/SR VINCENNES SOUTH KNOX (A SOLID BACK- COURT PLAYER WHO CAN SCORE AND HAS CAUGHT THE EYE OF SPALDING UNIVERSITY)

HANNAH RASNAKE 5-11/SR CLAYTON CASCADE (A TREMENDOUS SHOOTER WHO LIGHTS IT UP FROM DOWNTOWN AND CAN DRIVE TOO. D-2/NAIA)

ALYSSA ROBBEN 6-4/JR ST. LEON EAST CENTRAL (THE TOP "RIP VAN WINKLE" IN THE STATE AND ONLY A JUNIOR. D-1 WITHOUT A DOUBT)

TOMI TAIWO 5-9/SR CARMEL (IN SHADOW OF AMY DILK AND BLAKE SMITH BUT THIS TWO GUARD HAS IMPROVED LEAPS AND BOUNDS FOR THE RIGHT D-1)

CASEY WALKER 5-11/SR FISHERS (THIS TALL INSIDE PLAYER DEFENDS, REBOUNDS AND SCORES WHICH IS WHY SPAULDING HAS HER DOWN ON THEIR LIST OF TOP RECRUITS)


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Rick Bolus Blog
Topic: Basketball

KENTUCKY PLAYERS WHOSE STOCK IS RISING (BOYS)

Below are 10+ Kentuckians whose stock is rising among college recruiters. Players are listed alphabetically.

KSAUN CASEY 6-9/SO MADISONVILLE N HOPKINS (BIG MAN IS A DOMINANT POST PLAYER AROUND THE BASKET AND A FUTURE D-1)

ZACH CLINKENBEARD 6-6/SR WALTON WALTON-VERONA (A VERSATILE SWINGMAN FOR A D-1 PROGRAM)

CAMERON DEAN 6-1/SR SMITHLAND LIVINGSTON CENTRAL (A LONG RANGE BOMBER WHO WILL LIGHT UP THE SCOREBOARD FOR D-2/NAIA)

ETHAN HAYNES 6-4/SR FLORENCE BOONE CO. (2 GUARD IS A "RIP VAN WINKLE" WHO WOULD BE A STEAL FOR A D-1)

DIEONTE MILES 6-8/JR WALTON WALTON-VERONA (POSSIBLE HIGH MAJOR INSIDE PLAYER WHO HAS ALL OF THE INGREDIENTS)

JUSTIN MITCHELL 6-3/SR LEXINGTON DOUGLASS (HENRY CLAY TRANSFER IS AN ATHLETIC AND VERSATILE TWO GUARD FOR D-1)

MIICKEY PEARSON 6-6/SR ELIZABETHTOWN JOHN HARDIN (D-1 WING FORWARD HAS IMPROVED LEAPS AND BOUNDS)

DEVIN PENDERGRASS 6-3/SR LOUISVILLE BUTLER (AN ATHLETIC SWINGMAN WHO HAS GEORGETOWN COLLEGE COURTING HIM)

COBE PENNY 5-11/SR LAWRENCEBURG ANDERSON CO. (THIS MINI MITE D-1 POINT GUARD IS IN THE RUNNING FOR MR. BASKETBALL)

AARON REED 6-5/SR BENTON MARSHALL CO. (A DEADLY D-1 WING FORWARD WHO STROKES IT FROM DOWNTOWN BENTON)

NATHAN STONECIPHER PADUCAH MCCRACKEN CO. (WITHOUT A DOUBT THE BEST SCORER IN THE STATE AS HE FINDS A WAY TO PUT THE BALL IN THE BASKET. LOW D-1/TOP D-2)

JACOB TAYLOR 6-6/SR BARDSTOWN BETHLEHEM (SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER PLAYS BIG ON THE HARDWOOD. LOW D-1/TOP D-2 COMBO FORWARD HAS ATTRACTED GEORGETOWN COLLEGE)

MARKEL TURNER 6-1/SR BARBOURVILLE KNOX CENTRAL (A SCORING AND SHOOTING TWO GUARD WHO HAS GEORGETOWN COLLEGE INTERESTED IN HIM)


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Rick Bolus Blog
Topic: Basketball

KENTUCKY GIRLS' WHOSE STOCK IS RISING

Below are 12+ Kentucky girls whose stock is rising. Players listed alphabetically and all can p-l-a-y!

BREANNA ANTHONY 5-5/SR LOUISVILLE EASTERN (POINT GUARD IS THE GLUE THAT WILL HOLD A D-1/NAIA PROGRAM TOGETHER)

DEVIN BEACH 6-1/SR LOUISVILLE EASTERN (D-1 POST PLAYER DOMINATES IN THE PAINT)

REAGAN BLACKBURN 5-9/SR GREENVILLE MUHLENBERG CO. (A DEADLY 2 GUARD MARKSMAN WHO COULD BE HEADING TOWARDS THE D-1 DIRECTION)

CURTSHONNA CANNON 6-1/SR LEXINGTON S.T.E.A.M (INSIDER IS A DIAMOND-IN-THE-RAW WHOSE BEST DAYS LIE AHEAD FOR D-1)

MASHAYLA CECIL 5-4/SR LEXINGTON DUNBAR (DON'T LET SIZE FOOL YOU AS SHE IS A TRUE POINT WHO CAN PLAY AT LOW D-1/HIGH D-2)

PRESLEY CHIRICO 5-10/SR PAINTSVILLE (NOT FLASHY BUT SHE'LL GET RESULTS ON THE SCOREBOARD FOR D-2/NAIA)

AALIYAH HAMPTON 5-7/JR HOPKINSVILLE CHRISTIAN CO. (D-1 COMBO GUARD AND IS THE TOP JUNIOR IN THE STATE NOW)

JADA HIGGINS 5-7/JR HINDMAN KNOTT CO. CENTRAL (D-1 AND MOST VERSATILE PLAYER IN THE STATE)

RACHEL LEHKAMP 5-7/SR WALTON WALTON-VERONA (QUALITY POINT MAY BE SIDELINED THIS SEASON DUE TO INJURY BUT THAT WILL NOT KEEP EITHER D-2 OR NAIA PROGRAMS AWAY)

JAYA MCCLURE 5-3/8TH LOUISVILLE WHITFIELD ACADEMY (A RISING STAR POINT GUARD WHO IS DESTINED FOR D-1)

ELLIE MITCHELL 5-8/SR OWENSBORO CATHOLIC (NICE WING FORWARD WHO CAN SHOOT AND SCORE FOR D-2/NAIA)

JAMARI TILLMAN 5-8/SR LOUISVILLE DOSS (COMBO GUARD IS A SCORING MACHINE FOR D-1 PROGRAMS)

LALA WATTS 6-4/SR JENKINGS (D-1 POST WAS INELGIBLE LAST SEASON AS A RESULT OF MOVING INTO STATE)


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Rick Bolus Blog
Topic: Basketball

TOP HPBC II JUNIOR H.S. PLAYERS

It was brought to my attention that I failed to list the top junior high school players for the July 10-11 session of the 38th Annual High Potential Blue-Chip Camp last month at Georgetown College in Georgetown, KY.  As the old saying goes, better late than never so here they are.

TOP 5

  • DEVONTE TURNER 5-10/FR BARBOURVILLE KNOX CENTRAL, KY
  • PARKER FIELDS 6-0/FR FLORENCE BOONE CO., KY
  • DOMINIC BROWN 5-7/FR MEMPHIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL, TN
  • CAMDEN HARRIS 5-11/FR GREENVILLE MUHLENBERG CO., KY
  • ISAIAH SMITH 5-5/8TH LOUISVILLE JEFFERSON CO. TMS, KY

TOP SLEEPER

         TAYSHAUN JONES 5-9/FR BOWLING GREEN, KY

BEST OF THE REST (LISTED ALPHABETICALLY) 

  • ELI BROWN 5-7/FR PADUCAH TILGHMAN, KY
  • HAYDEN CALLEBS 5-9/FR PINEVILLE, KY
  • ASHER CARVER 6-0/FR GREENVILLE MUHLENBERG CO., KY
  • NASH DEVINE 5-9/FR GREENVILLE MUHLLENBERG CO., KY
  • ANDREW FLOYD 5-8/8TH RACELAND WORTHINGTON, KY
  • DOMINIC OATES 5-11/8TH DULUTH HULL MIDDLE, GA
  • ETHAN SELLARS 5-7/8TH ASHLAND MIDDLE, KY
  • CLAY SIZEMORE 5-8/8TH LONDON NORTH LAUREL MIDDLE, KY

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Monday, 28 August 2017
Week One in Review - August 25-26, 2017
Topic: Football

 

2017WEEK1

 

 

Week One in Review – August 25-26, 2017

 

Friday August 25th

 

Covington Catholic 48  Lexington Catholic 2 – Casey McGinness carried the ball 18 times for 173 yards and two touchdowns to lead Covington Catholic.

 

Ryle 34  Henry Clay 28 OT – Jacob Chisholm carried the ball 30 times for 250 yards and four touchdowns to lead Ryle.

 

Huntington WV 45  Belfry 34 – Jadon Hayes carried the ball 22 times for 150 yards and five touchdowns to lead Huntington WV to victory.

 

Bell County 28  Letcher County Central 7 – William Dean carried the ball 13 times for 106 yards and two touchdowns.

 

Bellevue 47  Dayton 27 – Eric Atkins completed 13 of 29 passes for 293 yards and six touchdowns.

 

Casey County 50  Campbellsville 18 – Preston Tucker carried the ball 16 times for 153 yards and two touchdowns to lead Casey County.

 

Christian Academy of Louisville 33  Eastern 9 – Austin Carr completed 14 of 24 passes for 229 yards and two touchdowns.

 

Collins 54  Moore 14 – JR Lucas completed 13 of 25 passes for 195 yards and four touchdowns and carried the ball for 164 yards and two touchdowns.

 

Frederick Douglass 49  Tates Creek 22 – Montaveon Bean completed 11 of 19 passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score to pace the victors.

 

Johnson Central 31  Capital (Charleston) WV 20 – Blake Gamble carried the ball 25 times for 108 yards and two touchdowns.

 

Lawrence County 55  Magoffin County 14 – Noah West carried the ball 12 times for 135 yards and four touchdowns and completed all three of his attempted passes for 98 yards and a touchdown.

 

Madison Central 53  Woodford County 7 – Derrick Miller passed for 131 yards and two touchdowns.

 

Madison Southern 48  Garrard County 14 – Landen Stacy completed eight of 13 passes for 202 yards and five touchdowns.

 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 42  Marshall County 29 – Jariah Hightower carried the ball 26 times for 201 yards and two touchdowns and Aaron Miller added 180 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries.

 

Male 35  Ballard 14 – Henry Vestal carried the ball 25 times for 196 yards and three touchdowns and Garrett Dennis added 156 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries.

 

Meade County 48  Anderson County 0Zach Babb carried the ball 13 times for 197 yards and three touchdowns.

 

North Bullitt 47  Southern 20 – Zach Morris was brilliant in defeat as he carried the ball 23 times for 317 yards and three touchdowns.

 

Pleasure Ridge Park 35  Bowling Green 28 – Bowling Green’s win streak is snapped at 28 games.  PRP’s BJ Robinson completed eight of 13 passes for 147 yards and a touchdown and carried the ball 10 times for 67 yards and two touchdowns before exiting the game in the third quarter with an injury.

 

Scott County 31  Lafayette 21 – Brice Fryman carried the ball 18 times for 190 yards and a touchdown and Austin Barnett added 139 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries to lead Scott County.

 

Rockcastle County 41  Lincoln County 30 – Jaden Payne carried the ball 21 times for 174 yards and three touchdowns.

 

Scott 42  Dixie Heights 27 – Quincy Perrin carried the ball 15 times for 211 yards and a touchdown.

 

Simon Kenton 49  Bryan Station 27 – Austin Hammack led Simon Kenton with 234 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries.  Matt Shearer completed 17 of 23 passes for 180 yards and four touchdowns and carried the ball 11 times for 57 yards and a touchdown.

 

Somerset 25  Williamsburg 8 – Alex Miller carried the ball 15 times for 211 yards and a touchdown.

 

South Laurel 42  McCreary Central 6 – Adrian Fultz completed nine of 16 passes for 275 yards and four touchdowns.  Matthew Dalton caught four passes for 180 yards and four touchdowns.

 

Southwestern 50  Paul Laurence Dunbar 0 – Patric Edwards carried the ball 12 times for 101 yards and two touchdowns.

 

Trinity 42 Warren Central (Indianapolis) IN 41 – Luke McGuire ran for five touchdowns to lead Trinity.

 

Wayne County 29  Pulaski County 27 – Lorenzo Linsey completed 19 of 33 passes for 241 yards and two touchdowns to lead Wayne County.

 

Union County 49  Marion County 21 – Jacob Winters passed for 270 yards and four touchdowns.  James Hutchinson displayed his versatility tonight with touchdown receptions of 66 and 78 yards, an 86 yard kickoff return for a score, and a 49 yard interception return for a touchdown.

 

Western Hills 51  Estill County 8 – WanDale Robinson carried the ball five times for 152 yards and two touchdowns.

 

Other Games of Interest

 

Phelps 32  East Ridge 8

Christian County 18  Rossview (Clarksville) TN 7

Mayfield 49  Hopkinsville 20

Allen County-Scottsville 48  Barren County 7

Ashland Blazer 14  Raceland 0

Bath County 30  Rowan County 20

Beechwood 35  Lloyd Memorial 14

Bishop Brossart 13  Holmes 0

Bullitt Central 38  Spencer County 13

Caldwell County 27  Graves County 10

Central 13  Western 12

Central Hardin 44  Bullitt East 10

Clinton County 38  Fulton County 8

Conner 21  Boone County 13

DeSales 28  Butler 27

East Carter 28  Lewis County 8

East Jessamine 22  Montgomery County 14

Edmonson County 42  Butler County 13

Eminence 58  Berea 0

Evansville Central 49  Apollo 7

Evansville Reitz (IN) 34  Owensboro Catholic 0

Fern Creek 14  DuPont Manual 7

Fleming County 18  Mason County 14

Floyd Central 43  Betsy Layne 0

Franklin-Simpson 48  Monroe County 0

George Rogers Clark 50  Harrison County 6

Glasgow 48  Bardstown 9

Green County 53  Caverna 13

Hazard 17  Harlan County 6

Highland 27  Campbell County 20 OT

Louisville Holy Cross 36  Valley 6

Jeffersontown 7  Iroquois 6

Kentucky Country Day 21  Walton-Verona 20

LaRue County 20  Russell County 7

Logan County 36  Muhlenberg County 18

Ludlow 27  Bracken County 24

Murray 42  Calloway County 19

Newport Central Catholic 29  Cooper 7

North Hardin 28  John Hardin 14

North Laurel 28  Prestonsburg 6

Ohio County 37  Hopkins County Central 18

Paducah Tilghman 7  Liberty Tech Magnet (Jackson) TN 0

Paintsville 37  Harlan 0

Pendleton County 18  Nicholas County 15

Perry County Central 51  Breathitt County 6

Pineville 28  Jackson County 8

Shelby County 48  Atherton 23

South Oldham 33  Doss 14

Taylor County 32  Adair County 6

Thomas Nelson 37  Nelson County 13

Trigg County 31  McLean County 22

Trimble County 53  Shawnee 18

West Carter 41  Powell County 39

West Jessamine 14  Clay County 13

Whitley County 41  Leslie County 13

 

Saturday August 26th

 

Lexington Christian Academy 49  Pikeville 21 – Dillon Wheatley carried the ball 20 times for 171 yards and three touchdowns.

 

Mercer County 35  Franklin County 25 – Gunnar Gillis completed 14 of 21 passes for 177 yards and a touchdown.

 

Boyle County 54  Waggener 13 – Tanner Crawford carried the ball 24 times for 138 yards and three touchdowns.  Reese Smith caught five passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns and intercepted three passes with return yardage of 122 yards.

 

Other Games of Interest

 

South Warren 43  Warren Central 6

Warren East 37  Greenwood 31

Corbin 22  Alcoa TN 21

Danville 52  Knox Central 28

Evansville Mater Dei IN 21  Owensboro 20

Evansville Memorial IN 58  Daviess County 33

Pike County Central 36  Shelby Valley 6

Bourbon County 42  Owen County 0

Frankfort 42  Grant county 6

Greenup County 34  Russell 28 OT

 

 

 


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Louisville Trinity vs. Indianapolis Warren Central August 25, 2017
Topic: Football

2017TRINWC

Louisville Trinity vs. Indianapolis Warren Central

Warren Central High School
Indianapolis, IN
August 25, 2017

© 2017 by Ron Harrison

Trinity defeated Warren Central by a score of 42-41 but it did not come easy.  Trinity scored 35 points in the second half but had to stop a two point conversion to secure the victory.  Last week the Shamrocks opened the season with a victory over #1 ranked Indiana 6A Carmel and this week they finished the exacta with the Indiana #2 ranked 6A team Warren Central.  Warren Central’s playmakers put up some dazzling numbers but Trinity’s Luke McGuire ran for five touchdowns and Warren Central was flagged for penalties that hurt their chances.

Luke McGuire led Trinity’s ground game with 125 yards and five touchdowns on 23 carries.  Nick Bohn completed 17 of 23 passes for 312 yards and one touchdown.  Rondale Moore caught eight passes for 127 yards.  Ryan Miller caught a 78 yard touchdown pass. 

Romier Elliott led Warren Central’s ground attack with 179 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries.  Dean Tate completed 16 of 25 passes for 366 yards and three touchdowns.  Dajour Griffie caught eight passes for 193 yards and two touchdowns.  David Bell added four receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown.

 

Scoring Summary

School

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Final

Louisville Trinity

0

7

21

14

42

Indianapolis Warren Central

7

7

7

20

41

 

WCENTRAL

-

David Bell 66 yard pass from Dean Tate (Jason Ramirez kick)

TRINITY

-

Luke McGuire 21 yard run (Mata Sebastion kick)

WCENTRAL

-

Dajour Griffie 74 yard pass from Dean Tate (Jason Ramirez kick)

TRINITY

-

Luke McGuire 4 yard run (Mata Sebastion kick)

WCENTRAL

-

Romier Elliott 3 yard run (Jason Ramirez kick)

TRINITY

-

Luke McGuire 11 yard run (Mata Sebastion kick)

TRINITY

-

Ryan Miller 78 yard pass from Nick Bohn (Mata Sebastion kick)

WCENTRAL

-

Romier Elliott 47 yard run (Jason Ramirez kick)

TRINITY

-

Luke McGuire 6 yard run (Mata Sebastion kick)

WCENTRAL

-

Romier Elliott 13 yard run (Jason Ramirez kick)

TRINITY

-

Luke McGuire 8 yard run (Mata Sebastion kick)

WCENTRAL

-

Dajour Griffie 65 yard pass from Dean Tate (Romier Elliott run fails)

 

Selected Statistics

Louisville Trinity

 

Rushing

No.

Yds.

Avg.

Long

Luke McGuire

23

125

5.5

****

Rondale Moore

4

37

9.3

****

Brett Tully

1

22

22.0

****

Nick Bohn

7

6

0.9

****

 

 

Passing

A-C-I

Yds.

TD

Long

Nick Bohn 

23-17-0

312

1

****

 

 

Receiving

No.

Yds.

TD

Long

Rondale Moore

8

127

0

****

Ryan Miller

1

78

1

****

Kaelan Racculia

1

42

0

****

David Florence

1

23

0

****

Nick Strothman

2

19

0

****

Luke McGuire

2

15

0

****

Sha-Cobe Bailey

1

4

0

****

Anthony Palombino

1

4

0

****

 

 

Indianapolis Warren Central

 

Rushing

No.

Yds.

Avg.

Long

Romier Elliott

15

179

11.9

****

Jason Holland

11

50

4.6

****

Dean Tate

17

57

3.4

****

 

 

Passing

A-C-I

Yds.

TD

Long

Dean Tate

25-16-0

366

3

****

 

 

Receiving

No.

Yds.

TD

Long

Dajour Griffie

8

193

2

****

David Bell

4

101

1

****

Jason Holland

2

39

0

****

Latavious Goods

1

22

0

****

Oscar Elliott

1

11

0

****

 

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to the many writers that covered this event between two top football teams

 

Please feel free to send your comments and questions concerning the event, teams, or players to me at prepgridiron@yahoo.com.

Ron Harrison’s reports on this and other football events appear on https://www.angelfire.com/ky2/prepgridiron.


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Sunday, 27 August 2017
Huntington High vs. Belfry Pike County Bowl August 25, 2017
Topic: Football

2017HHBEL

Huntington High vs. Belfry
Pike County Bowl

Belfry High School
Belfry, KY
August 25, 2017

© 2017 by Ron Harrison

Belfry led 27-7 late in the second quarter but Huntington High rallied behind their potent offense and Belfry turnovers to earn a 45-34 victory.  Huntington High recorded 11 first downs and 317 yards of total offense.  The Highlanders were penalized nine times for 87 yards and had a pass intercepted.  Belfry recorded 20 first downs and 433 yards (all on the ground) total offense.  The Pirates were penalized nine times for 77 yards, lost three fumbles, and had one pass intercepted.

Jadon Hayes led Huntington High’s ground attack with 150 yards and five touchdowns on 22 carries.  Luke Zban completed five of 14 passes for 127 yards with one interception.  Mikel Dawson caught two passes for 53 yards.  Brett Christian added two receptions for 47 yards.  Brocton Blair recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass.  Malik Grier recovered a fumble that he returned 36 yards for a touchdown. 

Derek Wellman led Belfry’s ground attack with 147 yards and a touchdown.  Taveon Hunter carried the ball five times for 92 yards and a touchdown.  Avery Browning recorded 79 yards and two touchdowns on Devin Varney carried the ball 11 times for 62 yards and a touchdown.  Belfry did not complete a pass tonight.

Scoring Summary

School

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Final

Huntington High

7

14

14

10

45

Belfry

20

7

7

0

34

 

BELFRY

-

Avery Browning 6 yard run (Grayson Cook kick)

BELFRY

-

Devin Varney 8 yard run (Kick fails)

HUNTINGTON

-

Jadon Hayes 8 yard run (Isaiah Carpenter kick)

BELFRY

-

Taveon Hunter 70 yard run (Dylan Brown kick)

BELFRY

-

Avery Browning 1 yard run (Dylan Brown kick)

HUNTINGTON

-

Jadon Hayes 7 yard run (Isaiah Carpenter kick)

HUNTINGTON

-

Malik Grier 36 yard fumble recovery return (Isaiah Carpenter kick)

BELFRY

-

Derek Wellman 2 yard run (Dylan Brown kick)

HUNTINGTON

-

Jadon Hayes 1 yard run (Isaiah Carpenter kick)

HUNTINGTON

-

Jadon Hayes 1 yard run (Isaiah Carpenter kick)

HUNTINGTON

-

Jadon Hayes 34 yard run (Isaiah Carpenter kick)

HUNTINGTON

-

Isaiah Carpenter kicks a 26 yard field goal

 

Selected Statistics

Huntington High

 

Rushing

No.

Yds.

Avg.

Long

Jadon Hayes

22

150

6.8

****

Chris Rogers

5

23

4.6

****

Luke Zban

2

17

8.5

****

 

 

Passing

A-C-I

Yds.

TD

Long

Luke Zban 

14-5-1

127

0

****

 

 

Receiving

No.

Yds.

TD

Long

Mikel Dawson

2

53

0

****

Brett Christian

2

47

0

****

Jack Hiner

1

27

0

****

 

 

Belfry

 

Rushing

No.

Yds.

Avg.

Long

Derek Wellman

24

147

6.1

****

Taveon Hunter

5

92

18.4

****

Avery Browning

12

79

6.6

****

Devin Varney

11

62

5.6

****

Peyton Hensley

5

32

6.4

****

Justin Adkins

3

26

8.7

****

Isaac Dixon

2

7

3.5

****

 

 

Passing

A-C-I

Yds.

TD

Long

Avery Browning

2-0-1

0

0

****

 

 

Receiving

No.

Yds.

TD

Long

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acknowledgements

A special thanks to everyone who sent and provided info on this football game.

 

Please feel free to send your comments and questions concerning the event, teams, or players to me at prepgridiron@yahoo.com.

Ron Harrison’s reports on this and other football events appear on https://www.angelfire.com/ky2/prepgridiron.


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