Friday, November 1, 2013

Last Week's Games

Here are the results from Rivalry Week.  I would love to know the overall record in games between high schools from Kentucky and high schools from other states, broken down by state.  I would be willing to bet that high schools from Tennessee beat high schools from Kentucky at least 70 percent of the time.

Congratulations to Fort Campbell and Trigg County for playing one of the few close games in recent weeks.  Ditto to Daviess County and Marshall County  And Massac County and Ballard.  And Murray and Madisonville.  IT'S THE MAGIC OF RIVALRY WEEK!!!

Congratulations to County for beating City in the battle of Fulton.

Poor old Russellville.  Thirty years ago, I went to Heath High School.  We had great football teams, we had a great coach, we had wonderful fans, we won most of our games -- and we were stuck in the same district as Mayfield.  So I know exactly how Panther fans feel.  Eventually, we got into a different class (away from Mayfield) -- and won the state championship.  Russellville needs to hope for a similar result.

For the record, Webster County beat Hopkins County Central 19-14 in the first game of the season.  Since then, Webster County has been outscored 86 - 331, while Hopkins County Central has been outscored 24 - 329.

Christian Co. 28 - 61 Knoxville Fulton (Tenn.)
Crittenden Co. 3 - 50 Caldwell Co.
Ft. Campbell 40 - 37 Trigg Co.
Fulton City 20 - 32 Fulton Co.
Graves Co. 55 - 21 Hopkinsville
Hopkins Co. Cent. 8 - 43 Owensboro
Marshall Co. 44 - 51 Daviess Co.
Massac Co. (Ill.) 41 - 35 Ballard Mem.
Mayfield 42 - 21 Russellville
McCracken Co. 42 - 28 Henderson Co.
Murray 34 - 31 Madisonville-N. Hopkins (4-4)
Paducah Tilghman  48 - 6 Webster Co.

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