Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Showdown in Kentucky: St. Xavier/Trinity

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

It's not often that a 2-3 football team can be ranked #2 in the state, but that's the case with Trinity, which is getting ready for Friday night annual grudge match against cross-town rival St. Xavier, which is the top team in the Courier-Journal Litkenhous High School Football Rankings.

This isn't the oldest or longest rivalry in the country, but it definitely can be classified as one of the most passionate. Over 30,000-plus will show-up at Papa John's Stadium Friday night. The rivalry began in 1956 and coming into this year's game, St. X leads the series 32-31-2.

This decade has seen these two usually battle twice during the season...with the second game coming in the state championship game.

Below you'll find highlights from last year's regular season match-up. St. X won that game 30-6. However, Trinity turned the tables in the 2008 6-A title game with 34-28 overtime win that game the Shamrocks their 18th state high school football title.

2008 St. X/Trinity Regular Season Highlights


Courier-Journal Litkenhous High School Football Rankings
Top 20


1. St. Xavier (4-1)
2. Trinity (2-3)
3. Highlands (6-0)
4. Simon Kenton (4-1)
5. Bowling Green (5-1)
6. Manual (2-4)
7. Henry Clay (4-1)
8. Ryle (4-1)
9. Fern Creek (4-1)
10. Boyle County (5-0)
11. Scott County (4-1)
12. John Hardin (5-0)
13. Ballard (4-2)
14. Owensboro (4-1)
15. Bell County (4-1)
16. Male (4-2)
17. Fort Campbell (6-0)
18. Butler (5-0)
19. Shelby County (4-1)
20. Bryan Station (5-0)

Friday, September 25, 2009

Kentucky High School Football Scoreboard - Week 6

Kentucky High School Football Scores
Friday, September 25, 2009


Allen County-Scottsville 39, Westmoreland (TN) 0
Anderson County 41, Grant County 0
Ashland Blazer 52, Waverly (Ohio) 21
Ballard 7, Male 3
Barren County 35, Pulaski County 34
Beechwood 49, Dayton 7
Bell County 42, Rockcastle County 6
Bellevue 47, Walton-Verona 0
Boone County 49, Campbell County 12
Bourbon County 28, Owen County 7
Boyle County 49, Danville 9
Bryan Station 22, Pleasure Ridge Park 12
Bullitt Central 33, Waggener 19
Butler 23, Western 13
Coal Grove (Ohio) 36, Greenup County 22
Columbus Bishop Ready (Ohio) 38, Covington Holy Cross 13
Crittenden County 26, Caldwell County 14
Dixie Heights 44, Scott 13
Eminence 48, Bracken County 0
Estill County 24, Newport 20
Fairdale 58, Breckinridge County 13
Fairview 45, Paris 22
Fleming County 33, Lewis County 8
Fort Campbell 49, Warren Central 7
Frankfort 35, Middlesboro 14
Franklin County 12, Woodford County 7
Franklin (Tenn.) 34, Fern Creek 16
Franklin-Simpson 45, Russell County 20
Gallatin County 13, Trimble County 6
Garrard County 21, Wayne County 14
Grayson County 52, Clinton County 8
Green County 34, Glasgow 14
Harlan 35, Lee County (Va.) 28
Heath 34, Reidland 7
Henderson County 9, Daviess County 0
Highlands 12, Cincinnati St. Xavier (Ohio) 7
Holmes 49, Pendleton County 6
Holy Cross (Louisville) 21, Bethlehem 20
Hopkinsville 25, Russellville 13
Jeffersontown 34, South Oldham 0
Jo Byrns (Tenn.) 48, Todd County Central 6
John Hardin 52, Doss 8
Johnson Central 36, Breathitt County 14
Knox Central 34, McCreary Central 6
LaRue County 35, Elizabethtown 7
Lafayette 12, Henry Clay 9
Letcher County Central 35, Perry County Central 32
Lloyd Memorial 20, Montgomery County 14
Logan County 35, Warren East 20
Lone Oak 17, Graves County 7
Madison Southern 47, Powell County 8
Marion County 52, Washington County 7
Mason County 30, Harrison County 16
Mayfield 51, Fulton County 0
McLean County 56, Webster County 12
Monroe County 21, Metcalfe County 6
Moore 24, Kentucky Country Day 12
Murray 17, Trigg County 0
North Laurel 33, Clay County 8
North Oldham 46, Fort Knox 7
Owensboro 63, Ohio County 0
Owensboro Catholic 34, Henry County 26
Pikeville 34, Allen Central 24
Pineville 38, Paintsville 21
Prestonsburg 24, Sheldon Clark 19
Raceland 32, Nicholas County 14
Rowan County 28, Boyd County 13
Russell 14, West Carter 12
Ryle 56, Cooper 13
Scott County 40, George Rogers Clark 0
Shelby County 20, Nelson County 16
Simon Kenton 56, Conner 14
South Laurel 26, Mercer County 21
Southwestern 36, Lincoln County 7
St. Xavier 36, Central 14
Tates Creek 29, North Bullitt 7
Trinity 9, Bowling Green 0
Valley 72, Atherton 0
Western Hills 8, East Jessamine 0
Whitley County 36, Harlan County 8
Williamsburg 46, Berea 36

Kentucky High School Football Scoreboard - Week 6

Kentucky High School Football Scores
Friday, September 25, 2009


Allen County-Scottsville 39, Westmoreland (Tenn.) 0
Anderson County 41, Grant County 0
Ashland Blazer 52, Waverly (Ohio) 21
Ballard 7, Male 3
Barren County 35, Pulaski County 34
Beechwood 49, Dayton 7
Bell County 42, Rockcastle County 6
Bellevue 47, Walton-Verona 0
Boone County 49, Campbell County 12
Bourbon County 28, Owen County 7
Boyle County 49, Danville 9
Bryan Station 22, Pleasure Ridge Park 12
Bullitt Central 33, Waggener 19
Butler 23, Western 13
Coal Grove (Ohio) 36, Greenup County 22
Columbus Bishop Ready (Ohio) 38, Covington Holy Cross 13
Crittenden County 26, Caldwell County 14
Dixie Heights 44, Scott 13
Eminence 48, Bracken County 0
Estill County 24, Newport 20
Fairdale 58, Breckinridge County 13
Fairview 45, Paris 22
Fleming County 33, Lewis County 8
Fort Campbell 49, Warren Central 7
Frankfort 35, Middlesboro 14
Franklin County 12, Woodford County 7
Franklin (Tenn.) 34, Fern Creek 16
Franklin-Simpson 45, Russell County 20
Gallatin County 13, Trimble County 6
Garrard County 21, Wayne County 14
Grayson County 52, Clinton County 8
Green County 34, Glasgow 14
Harlan 35, Lee County (Va.) 28
Heath 34, Reidland 7
Henderson County 9, Daviess County 0
Highlands 12, Cincinnati St. Xavier (Ohio) 7
Holmes 49, Pendleton County 6
Holy Cross (Louisville) 21, Bethlehem 20
Hopkinsville 25, Russellville 13
Jeffersontown 34, South Oldham 0
Jo Byrns (Tenn.) 48, Todd County Central 6
John Hardin 52, Doss 8
Johnson Central 36, Breathitt County 14
Knox Central 34, McCreary Central 6
LaRue County 35, Elizabethtown 7
Lafayette 12, Henry Clay 9
Letcher County Central 35, Perry County Central 32
Lloyd Memorial 20, Montgomery County 14
Logan County 35, Warren East 20
Lone Oak 17, Graves County 7
Madison Southern 47, Powell County 8
Marion County 52, Washington County 7
Mason County 30, Harrison County 16
Mayfield 51, Fulton County 0
McLean County 56, Webster County 12
Monroe County 21, Metcalfe County 6
Moore 24, Kentucky Country Day 12
Murray 17, Trigg County 0
North Laurel 33, Clay County 8
North Oldham 46, Fort Knox 7
Owensboro 63, Ohio County 0
Owensboro Catholic 34, Henry County 26
Pikeville 34, Allen Central 24
Pineville 38, Paintsville 21
Prestonsburg 24, Sheldon Clark 19
Raceland 32, Nicholas County 14
Rowan County 28, Boyd County 13
Russell 14, West Carter 12
Ryle 56, Cooper 13
Scott County 40, George Rogers Clark 0
Shelby County 20, Nelson County 16
Simon Kenton 56, Conner 14
South Laurel 26, Mercer County 21
Southwestern 36, Lincoln County 7
St. Xavier 36, Central 14
Tates Creek 29, North Bullitt 7
Trinity 9, Bowling Green 0
Valley 72, Atherton 0
Western Hills 8, East Jessamine 0
Whitley County 36, Harlan County 8
Williamsburg 46, Berea 36

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Max Gilpin's Mom Tells CBS She Wants Apology from Jason Stinson

by Jeff Fisher
Kentucky High School Football Huddle


Yesterday, acquitted Pleasure Park Ridge head coach Jason Stinson went on the national television to talk about the highly publicized trial in Kentucky. Today, Max Gilpin's mother went on CBS' The Early Show to talk about the jury decision and the situation surrounding the August, 2008 heat-related death of her son. During the interview, Max's mom, Michele Crockett said she has not had a personal apology from Stinson, and would like one. You can watch the entire The Early Show interview right here.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Jason Stinson Appears on ESPN

by Jeff Fisher
Kentucky High School Football Huddle

For the first time since being acquitted of all charges in the death of 15-year old Max Gilpin, former Pleasure Ridge Park head football coach Jason Stinson talked with the media today. ESPN's Bob Ley inteviewed Stinson and his lawyer on Outside the Lines.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Kentucky High School Football Scoreboard - Week 5

Kentucky High School Football Scores
Friday, September 17, 2009

Allen Central 34, Paintsville 14
Allen County-Scottsville 15, Greenwood 12
Anderson County 42, Henry County 7
Ashland Blazer 26, Ironton (Ohio) 12
Ballard 44, Meade County 7
Belfry 53, Whitley County 23
Berea 60, Bath County 31
Boonville (Ind.) 34, Hopkins County Central 8
Bowling Green 26, Owensboro 21
Boyle County 56, Mercer County 0
Bullitt Central 64, Atherton 6
Butler 49, Doss 31
Campbell County 21, Newport Central Catholic 17
Carroll County 32, Walton-Verona 13
Casey County 34, Powell County 27
Christian Academy-Louisville 10, Louisville Holy Cross 7
Christian County 19, Hopkinsville 0
Cincinnati St. Xavier (Ohio) 43, Trinity 13
Clinton County 28, Caverna 0
Conner 30, Covington Holy Cross 14
Corbin 21, South Laurel 0
Crittenden County 49, Webster County 8
Daviess County 42, McLean County 0
DuPont Manual 45, Central 28
East Jessamine 29, Madison Southern 26
East Ridge 37, Hurley (Va.) 32
Edmonson County 21, Butler County 6
Fairview 26, Lewis County 0
Fern Creek 54, Eastern 28
Fort Campbell 53, Paducah Tilghman 7
Frankfort 28, Franklin County 13
Fulton City 42, Todd County Central 14
Gallatin County 42, Fayetteville (Ohio) 6
George Rogers Clark 13, Lafayette 10
Grayson County 38, Barren County 6
Harlan County 35, Powell Valley (Va.) 0
Hazard 63, Williamsburg 8
Henry Clay 42, Simon Kenton 31
Highlands 36, Boone County 14
Holmes 47, Bourbon County 21
John Hardin 35, Nelson County 7
Johnson Central 46, Middlesboro 22
Lawrence County 49, Shelby Valley 14
Lexington Catholic 42, Madison Central 14
Lexington Christian 63, Breathitt County 21
Lloyd Memorial 36, Cooper 35
Ludlow 31, Shawnee 30
Lynn Camp 21, Harlan 15
Magoffin County 46, Betsy Layne 6
Marion County 67, Taylor County 0
Mason County 28, Rowan County 26
Mayfield 28, Graves County 13
McCreary Central 15, Leslie County 12
Metcalfe County 18, Adair County 6
Monroe County 49, Logan County 23
Murray 59, Ballard Memorial 40 >>>iHIGH AUDIO REPLAY<<<
Newport 56, Dayton 6
North Bullitt 23, Waggener 9
North Oldham 31, South Oldham 7
Owen County 30, Trimble County 14
Pendleton County 42, Bracken County 0
Perry County Central 50, Logan (W.Va.) 18
Pike County Central 46, Knott County Central 19
Prestonsburg 56, Pikeville 7
Pulaski County 47, Rockcastle County 41
Raceland 46, East Carter 10
Reidland 28, Fulton County 16
Russell 22, Boyd County 0
Russell County 50, Wayne County 34
Ryle 42, Dixie Heights 28
Scott 36, Harrison County 30
Scott County 33, Oldham County 20
Seneca 34, DeSales 26
Shelby County 63, Bullitt East 15
Sheldon Clark 47, Fairland (Ohio) 21
Somerset 27, Estill County 14
Southwestern 43, Danville 27
Spencer County 30, Bethlehem 14
St. Xavier 62, Male 21
Tates Creek 42, Paul Laurence Dunbar 28
Valley 33, Moore 13
Washington County 48, Lincoln County 24
West Jessamine 41, Paris 0
Western 27, Jeffersontown 16
Western Hills 49, Grant County 6
Woodford County 37, Fleming County 24

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Jury Only Takes 90-Minutes to Acquit Former Head Coach in Heat-Related Death of Player

by Jeff Fisher
Kentucky High School Football Huddle

After a nearly two week trial, it took a Kentucky jury only 90-minutes to find former Pleasure Ridge Park high school football coach Jason Stinson not guilty of all charges in the heat related death of Max Gilpin in August, 2008. The Louisville Courier-Journal has the details of the decision.

Jason Stinson Trial Could Go to Jury Today

by Jeff Fisher
Kentucky High School Football Huddle


According to the Louisville Courier-Journal, the case of former Pleasure Ridge Park head football coach Jason Stinson, charged with reckless homicide and wanton endangerment in the heat-related death of Max Gilpin, could go to the jury later Thursday for deliberations. The newspaper is also providing a live feed from the courtroom at this Courier-Journal link.

Kentucky High School Football Scoreboard - Week 4

Kentucky High School Football Scores
Saturday, September 12, 2009


Ryle 45, Newport Central Catholic 0

Kentucky High School Football Scores
Friday, September 11, 2009


Allen Central 30, Harlan 29
Anderson (Ohio) 63, Boone County 14
Anderson County 42, Mercer County 21
Ashland Blazer 28, Russell 7
Ballard 37, Madison Central 7
Beechwood 36, Covington Holy Cross 35
Belfry 24, Letcher County Central 20
Bell County 34, Whitley County 7
Bellevue 48, Scott 41
Betsy Layne 39, Jackson County 38
Bowling Green 64, Warren East 0
Bryan Station 21, Western 17
Bullitt Central 20, Bullitt East 14
Butler 48, Southern 13
Campbellsville 20, Bethlehem 14
Carroll County 27, Kentucky Country Day 10
Christian County 21, Pleasure Ridge Park 14
Cincinnati Elder (Ohio) 26, Trinity 7
Cincinnati St. Xavier (Ohio) 24, St. Xavier 7
Clay County 30, South Laurel 13
Clinton County 24, Casey County 0
Colerain (Ohio) 42, DuPont Manual 0
Corbin 34, North Laurel 8
Covington Catholic 33, Campbell County 14
Crittenden County 34, McLean County 12
DeSales 27, Louisville Holy Cross 0
Doss 13, Valley 12
Eastern 22, Oldham County 21
Estill County 42, Garrard County 41
Fairview 19, Boyd County 3
Fern Creek 34, Meade County 21
Fort Campbell 56, Fort Knox 0
Franklin-Simpson 21, Greenwood 14
Gallatin County 27, Atherton 6
Grayson County 62, Todd County Central 0
Greenup County 14, Raceland 13
Harlan County 29, Leslie County 8
Harrison County 20, Newport 14
Hazard 52, Paris 6
Henry Clay 21, Scott County 7 -- >>>VIDEO REPLAY<<<
Henry County 50, Owen County 13
Highlands 21, Withrow (Ohio) 0
Holmes 28, Cooper 21
Jo Byrns (Tenn.) 43, Heath 0
John Hardin 35, North Hardin 0
Knox Central 48, Williamsburg 46
LaRue County 28, Green County 27
Lafayette 26, Franklin County 12
Lawrence County 62, East Ridge 7
Lewis County 22, Powell County 8
Logan County 26, Metcalfe County 6
Ludlow 35, Bracken County 24
Magoffin County 24, Morgan County 20
Male 47, Central 35
Marion County 57, Bardstown 20
Mason County 43, Bourbon County 14
Mayfield 50, Calloway County 33
McCreary Central 30, Wayne County 14
Monroe County 34, Barren County 14
Montgomery County 28, Madison Southern 12
Owensboro 47, Daviess County 0
Paintsvile 51, South Floyd 26
Paul Laurence Dunbar 13, George Rogers Clark 7
Pendleton County 21, Grant County 14
Perry County Central 37, Breathitt County 14
Pike County Central 67, Tug Valley (W.Va.) 0
Pikeville 48, Phelps 14
Prestonsburg 49, Bath County 3
Pulaski County 50, Russell County 26
Rockcastle County 42, Lincoln County 15
Rowan County 56, Fleming County 26
Scott County (Tenn.) 35, Southwestern 30
Shelby County 31, Seneca 30
Shelby Valley 48, Knott County Central 0
Sheldon Clark 24, Johnson Central 22
Simon Kenton 56, Shroder (Ohio) 21
Somerset 48, Danville 7
South Fulton (Tenn.) 55, Fulton City 26
South Oldham 22, Waggener 16
South Spencer (Ind.) 53, Owensboro Catholic 28
Warren Central 31, Nelson County 28
West Carter 35, East Carter 10
West Jessamine 28, Spencer County 14
Western Hills 14, Frankfort 13

Allen Central 30, Harlan 29
Anderson (Ohio) 63, Boone County 14
Anderson County 42, Mercer County 21
Ashland Blazer 28, Russell 7
Ballard 37, Madison Central 7
Beechwood 36, Covington Holy Cross 35
Belfry 24, Letcher County Central 20
Bell County 34, Whitley County 7
Bellevue 48, Scott 41
Betsy Layne 39, Jackson County 38
Bowling Green 64, Warren East 0
Bryan Station 21, Western 17
Bullitt Central 20, Bullitt East 14
Butler 48, Southern 13
Campbellsville 20, Bethlehem 14
Carroll County 27, Kentucky Country Day 10
Christian County 21, Pleasure Ridge Park 14
Cincinnati Elder (Ohio) 26, Trinity 7
Cincinnati St. Xavier (Ohio) 24, St. Xavier 7
Clay County 30, South Laurel 13
Clinton County 24, Casey County 0
Colerain (Ohio) 42, DuPont Manual 0
Corbin 34, North Laurel 8
Covington Catholic 33, Campbell County 14
Crittenden County 34, McLean County 12
DeSales 27, Louisville Holy Cross 0
Doss 13, Valley 12
Eastern 22, Oldham County 21
Estill County 42, Garrard County 41
Fairview 19, Boyd County 3
Fern Creek 34, Meade County 21
Fort Campbell 56, Fort Knox 0
Franklin-Simpson 21, Greenwood 14
Gallatin County 27, Atherton 6
Grayson County 62, Todd County Central 0
Greenup County 14, Raceland 13
Harlan County 29, Leslie County 8
Harrison County 20, Newport 14
Hazard 52, Paris 6
Henry Clay 21, Scott County 7
Henry County 50, Owen County 13
Highlands 21, Withrow (Ohio) 0
Holmes 28, Cooper 21
Jo Byrns (Tenn.) 43, Heath 0
John Hardin 35, North Hardin 0
Knox Central 48, Williamsburg 46
LaRue County 28, Green County 27
Lafayette 26, Franklin County 12
Lawrence County 62, East Ridge 7
Lewis County 22, Powell County 8
Logan County 26, Metcalfe County 6
Ludlow 35, Bracken County 24
Magoffin County 24, Morgan County 20
Male 47, Central 35
Marion County 57, Bardstown 20
Mason County 43, Bourbon County 14
Mayfield 50, Calloway County 33
McCreary Central 30, Wayne County 14
Monroe County 34, Barren County 14
Montgomery County 28, Madison Southern 12
Owensboro 47, Daviess County 0
Paintsvile 51, South Floyd 26
Paul Laurence Dunbar 13, George Rogers Clark 7
Pendleton County 21, Grant County 14
Perry County Central 37, Breathitt County 14
Pike County Central 67, Tug Valley (WV) 0
Pikeville 48, Phelps 14
Prestonsburg 49, Bath County 3
Pulaski County 50, Russell County 26
Rockcastle County 42, Lincoln County 15
Rowan County 56, Fleming County 26
Scott County (Tenn.) 35, Southwestern 30
Shelby County 31, Seneca 30
Shelby Valley 48, Knott County Central 0
Sheldon Clark 24, Johnson Central 22
Simon Kenton 56, Shroder (Ohio) 21
Somerset 48, Danville 7
South Fulton (Tenn.) 55, Fulton City 26
South Oldham 22, Waggener 16
South Spencer (Ind.) 53, Owensboro Catholic 28
Warren Central 31, Nelson County 28
West Carter 35, East Carter 10
West Jessamine 28, Spencer County 14
Western Hills 14, Frankfort 13

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Stinson Trial

by Jeff Fisher
Kentucky High School Football Huddle

Testimony is continuing today in the Jason Stinson trial, who is charged in connection with the death of Pleasure Ridge Park player Max Gilpin last season. On Wednesday, former and present players took the stand to testify about what took place the day of the August 20, 2008 practice.

The Louisville Courier-Journal is providing a live & delayed stream of the trial.

Monday, September 07, 2009

Kentucky High School Football Scoreboard - Week 3

Kentucky High School Football Scores
Saturday, September 5, 2009


Boyle County 63, Pikeville 7
Bishop Brossart, 38 Bracken County 0
Caverna 38, North Hardin Christian 36
Corbin 31 Danville 14
Grant County 21, Walton-Verona 0
Lasalle, OH 44, Covington Catholic 35

Kentucky High School Football Scores
Friday, September 4, 2009


Allen Central 34, Jackson County 6
Allen County-Scottsville 56, McLean County 20
Ashland Blazer 22, Belfry 20
Bardstown 42, Bethlehem 20
Bell County 36, Johnson Central 6
Bowling Green 51, Franklin-Simpson 9
Bryan Station 39, Tates Creek 18
Bullitt Central 21, Southern 14
Burch, WV 14, Phelps 8
Butler 35, Eastern 14
Campbell County 31, Roger Bacon, OH 28
Campbellsville 30, Taylor County 21
Carroll County 36, Ludlow 21
Central 32, Ballard 29
Central Hardin 49, Elizabethtown 7
Christian Academy-Louisville 28, North Oldham 25
Christian County 47, Hendeson County 31
Conner 64, Lloyd Memorial 0
Cooper 28, Scott 27
Crittenden County 35 vs.Hopkins County Central 6
Daviess County 29, Ohio County 19
DeSales 45, Bullitt East 30
East Carter 16, Fairview 13
Fern Creek 56, Seneca 35
Fleming County 19, Raceland 13
Fort Campbell 36, Pearl Cohn, TN 13
George Rogers Clark 49, Montgomery County 35
Glasgow 35, Barren County 14
Graves County 28, Muhlenberg County 6
Grayson County 40, Breckinridge County 0
Green County 41, Butler County 7
Greenup County 29, Notre Dame, OH 25
Greenwood 20, Hopkinsville 7
Grundy, VA 26, East Ridge 0
Harlan 47, Williamsburg 32
Harlan County 44, Lee County, VA 21
Heath 43, Ballard Memorial 21
Henry Clay 42,Southwestern 7
Henry County 32, Trimble County 12
Highlands 48, Beechwood 20
Holmes 24, Bellevue 8
Holy Cross (Louisville) 26, Moore 18
Ironton, OH 45, Russell 0
Jenkins 7, South Floyd 0
John Hardin 22, Meade County 17
Kentucky Country Day 29, Eminence 18
Knox Central 41, Middlesboro 21
Lafayette 28, Mercer County 7
Lawrence County 36, Sheldon Clark 30
Leslie County 40, Clinton County 0
Letcher County Central 35, Hazard 21
Lewis County 40, Bath County 8
Lexington Christian 57, Lynn Camp 14
Lincoln County 42, Madison Southern 21
Logan County 56, Webster County 14
Lone Oak 55, Marshall County 0
Louisville Trinity 27, DuPont Manual 0 Courier-Journal game story
Madisonville-North Hopkins 38, Union County 14
Male 49, Western 34
Mayfield 21, Paducah Tilghman 12
McCreary Central 30, Edmonson County 18
Metcalfe County 28, Hart County 6
Monroe County 45, Adair County 14
Morgan County 45, Powell County 26
Murray 82, Fulton City 6
Nelson County 31, Marion County 14
Newport Central Catholic 38, Madison Central 12
North Bullitt 21, South Oldham 7
North Laurel 7, South Laurel 6
Oldham County 27, Fairdale 12
Owen County 13, Gallatin County 7
Owensboro 48, Owensboro Catholic 20
Paintsville 31, Magoffin County 28
Paul Laurence Dunbar 24, Woodford County 17
Pike County Central 19, Boyd County 9
Pineville 33, Berea 8
Prestonsburg 26, Breathitt County 25
Reidland 48, Todd County Central 3
Rockcastle County 34, Wayne County 0
Rowan County 63, Estill County 7
Scott County 30, Boone County 14
Shelby County 42, North Hardin 18
Shelby Valley 53, Tug Valley, WV 14
Simon Kenton 49, Dixie Heights 28
Somerset 40, Russell County 20
Spencer County 31, Frankfort 27
St. Xavier 49, Lexington Catholic 6
Taylor (OH) 20, Dayton 16
Valley 57, Iroquois 0
Warren Central 21, Apollo 14
West Carter 26, Nicholas County 6
West Jessamine 14, Garrard County 13
Western Hills 59, Washington County 26

Friday, September 04, 2009

Mom Testifies in Jason Stinson Trial

by Jeff Fisher
Kentucky High School Football Huddle


The first person to testify in the homicide trial of former Pleasure Ridge Park head football coach Jason Stinson Friday morning is Michelle Crockett, mother of Max Gilpin, who died of heat stroke in August 2008. The Louisville Courier-Journal has updates throughout the day.

Thursday, September 03, 2009

Jason Stinson Trial: Day 4

by Jeff Fisher
Kentucky High School Football Huddle


Jury selection continues today in the trial of former Pleasure Park Ridge head football coach Jason Stinson, who is charged with reckless homicide and wanton endangerment in the August 20, 2008 death of his player Max Gilpin. The Louisville Courier- Journal reports that jury selection has been slow because of media exposure.
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