Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Last Week in Western Kentucky

Following up on Eric's coverage, here are the scores from last week's football games in western Kentucky (home teams listed first):

I think it's possible that Christian County may be the first Kentucky high school team to score 57 points in four quarters of a regulation football game and lose.  In the last quarter, Caldwell outscored Christian 30-7.

Congrats to Murray High for picking up a huge (and unusual) win in the Bluegrass.

Congrats to Eric and the Stang Gang for their win over Tilghman.

The KHSAA web page reports that the Covington Catholic/Boone County game on Saturday was called at the half "due to heat."  I've never heard of that before, although I've certainly been to games when I wished that would happen.  Of course, CovCath was up 39-6 at the half, so that may have had something to do with it.

Friday, August 22:
Christian Co. 57 - 78 Caldwell Co.
Crittenden Co. 37 - 6 Fulton City
Gleason (Tenn.) 44 -12 Fulton Co.
Greenwood 9 - 13 Madisonville-N. Hopkins (at Warren Central) (Russell Rivals Bowl)
Mayfield 45 - 0 Ft. Campbell
McLean Co. 6 - 20 Ballard Mem.
Russellville 36 - 20 Trigg Co.
Warren Cent. 54 - 16 Hopkinsville (Russell Rivals Bowl)
Webster Co. 40 - 28 Hopkins Co. Cent.

Saturday, August 23:
Madison Cent. 21 - 28 Murray (Roy Kidd Bowl)
Paducah Tilghman 21 - 49 McCracken Co.

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