Saturday, August 30, 2008

Kentucky High School Football Scoreboard - Week 1


Kentucky High School Football Scores
Saturday, August 30, 2008


Allen Co.-Scottsville 42, Glasgow 26
Bellevue 18, Newport 6
Bowling Green 27, Lex. Henry Clay 12
Christian Co. 22, Paducah Tilghman 15
Danville 44, Russell Co. 31
Ev. Bosse, Ind. 41, Apollo 25
Ev. Memorial, Ind. 30, Owensboro Catholic 14
Fort Campbell 50, Mayfield 7
George Rogers Clark 19, Montgomery Co. 0
Green Co. 48, Hazard 39
Harrison Co. 48, Fleming Co. 35
Henry Co. 40, Ludlow 0
Hopkins Co. Central 63, Fulton Co. 0
Hopkinsville 49, Trigg Co. 21
Indpls Chatard, Ind. 31, Lexington Catholic 7
LaRue Co. 46, Fort Knox 14
Lex. Christian 56, Campbellsville 36
Madison Central 25, Mercer Co. 0
Newport Central Catholic 37, Simon Kenton 15
North Hardin 33, Shelby Co. 30
North Oldham 41, Lou. Shawnee 14
Pike Co. Central 53, Phelps 6
Prestonsburg 54, Paintsville 20
Scott 53, Walton-Verona 0
Trimble Co. 50, Casey Co. 7
Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Football Series
Youngs. Mooney, Ohio 57, Cov. Catholic 0

Friday, August 29, 2008

Kentucky High School Football Scoreboard - Week 1


Kentucky High School Football Scores
Friday, August 29, 2008

Allen Central 28, Jenkins 12
Anderson Co. 52, Madison Southern 0
Bath Co. 24, West Carter 14
Beechwood 29, Dixie Heights 6
Belfry 49, Lou. Holy Cross 14
Bell Co. 50, Garrard Co. 6
Berea 32, Bracken Co. 6
Betsy Layne 36, Burch, W.Va. 12
Boyd Co. 20, East Carter 0
Bullitt Central 34, Spencer Co. 7
Bullitt East 48, Lou. Butler 13
Butler Co. 33, Logan Co. 18
Calloway Co. 21, Murray 17
Campbell Co. 31, Lex. Tates Creek 14
Conner 57, Cooper 0
Daviess Co. 42, Ev. Harrison, Ind. 13
Edmonson Co. 14, Grayson Co. 8
Elizabethtown 55, Bethlehem 12
Eminence 44, Beth Haven 16
Estill Co. 43, Pineville 8
Fairview 27, Lewis Co. 0
Franklin Co. 72, Lou. Waggener 27
Franklin-Simpson 47, Russellville 15
Fulton City 34, West Carroll, Tenn. 26
Hart Co. 41, Breckinridge Co. 12
Henderson Co. 21, Ev. North, Ind. 17
Highlands 26, Ryle 6
Holmes 25, Dayton 6
John Hardin 42, Woodford Co. 14
Johnson Central 26, Breathitt Co. 14
Knott Co. Central 36, Harlan 14
Knox Central 26, Clay Co. 13
Letcher County Central 42, Harlan Co. 32
Lex. Bryan Station 45, Lex. Paul Dunbar 14
Lone Oak 48, Union Co. 14
Lou. Christian Academy 27, Lou. Moore 6
Lou. Doss 45, Lou. DeSales 0
Lou. DuPont Manual 34, Lou. Central 28
Lou. Fern Creek 34, Meade Co. 6
Lou. Ky. Country Day 34, Lou. Atherton 0
Lou. Male 27, Lou. Fairdale 13
Lou. Seneca 44, Lou. Southern 24
Lou. St. Xavier 63, Lou. Ballard 0
Magoffin Co. 32, South Floyd 26
Marshall Co. 59, Heath 14
Mason Co. 20, Paris 6
McCreary Central 36, Clinton Co. 26
McLean Co. 40, Todd Co. Central 22
Monroe Co. 49, Taylor Co. 18
Muhlenberg South 48, Muhlenberg North 20
Nelson Co. 24, Bardstown 18
North Bullitt 28, Lex. Lafayette 21
North Laurel 18, Lawrence Co. 8
Ohio Co. 26, Hancock Co. 8
Owen Co. 18, Bishop Brossart 6
Powell Co. 27, Jackson Co. 14
Raceland 19, Ashland Blazer 16, OT
Rockcastle Co. 34, Pulaski Co. 23
Rowan Co. 55, Morgan Co. 8
Russell 49, Greenup Co. 13
Shelby Valley 60, East Ridge 14
South Fulton, Tenn. 20, Ballard Memorial 14
South Laurel 49, Cov. Holy Cross 35
Warren East 45, Greenwood 27
Washington Co. 35, Lincoln Co. 30
Webster Co. 33, Reidland 20
Whitley Co. 27, Middlesboro 6

Friday, August 01, 2008

Trinity Hits the Practice Field Thinking About Bluegrass Four-Peat


Trinity's run for a fourth straight Kentucky Class 6-A title will rest on the right arm of senior quarterback Cameron Smyth, who has some big shoes to fill. Smyth and the Shamrocks hit the practice field this morning as practice began across the state of Kentucky.

Smyth takes over for Will Stein, who led the Shamrocks to the schools 18th over Kentucky high school football championship while throwning for 3,697 yards and 54 touchdowns. Head coach Bob Beatty also has to replace wide receiver twins Nathan and Alex Dutton, who were the team's top two pass catchers. On the good side, the other two starting receivers from last year's squad, Scott Radcliff and William Leach are back.

Trinity finished 13-2 in 2007 and ranked #23 in the final USA Today high school football rankings.

To read more about the outlook for 2008, please click here for a story from the Courier-Journal in Louisville.
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