Hazard’s playoff run took them to the State Championship and early on looked as if they were going to pull it all off. Hazard jumped out to a 7-0 1st quarter lead when Cory Smith ran the ball in from 7 yards out. Beechwood would take the momentum away with two 2nd quarter scores for a 14-7 halftime lead. Continue reading High School Football – Hazard’s magical run comes to an end
Friday, November 25, 2016 – The road to the Championship games are set for WKU next weekend. There are no real surprises in the matchups in each class. Here is Bluegrass Sports Nation’s breakdown of semi final games: Continue reading Championship Matchups very Intriguing in High School Football
The 2016 High School Football season is rapidly coming to a close. Most teams expected to win and make it deep in to the playoffs, have.
Next Friday, some epic battles will take place across the State. Continue reading High School Football Playoffs getting interesting
The 2nd week of High School Football Playoffs are over and some interesting match ups are on tap for next week.
Pretty much all the top teams won their games and set up match ups among some very good teams. Continue reading Kentucky High School Football Playoffs Heating Up.
The Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl is underway and every team has dreams of making the Finals in each Class. Continue reading SUPER “7” Week of Nov. 4th 2016
Bluegrass Sports Nation traveled to Johnson Central for a matchup of the #1 3A – Belfry at #1 4A Johnson Central. It didn’t take long for the fireworks to start as Johnson Central broke a run for 80 yards on the first play from scrimmage. This was followed up by a Belfry fumble recovery returned for a touchdown to tie the score at 7-7. The teams would go back and forth with Johnson Central making crucial errors that could have gave them the game momentum, but a fumble at the 1 yard line and an interception in the red zone late in the game doomed them. Belfry would capitalize with an 88 yard kick off return for a touchdown that would seal the fate of Johnson Central.
Only a couple more weeks before the Playoffs start. Is your team ready to make a run at a State Championship? Continue reading SUPER “7” for Week Ending 10-23-16
Bell County’s 1991 High School Football Champions were honored during a recent Bell County home game.
Back row, left to right: Robbie Jeffers, Darrin Clark, Ray Stepp, Carlis Muncy, Jody Brock, Bo Callebs (coach), Tom Greer (coach), Derick Thomas, Jimbo Terry (coach)
Front Row, l to r: Darrin Thomas, Tony Hunley, John Knuckles, Dewayne Graves, Coach Dudley Hilton (Photo by Wayne Mason)