Sunday, September 7, 2014

Kentucky High-school Football, More Week 2

Looking back on Week 2 in Kentucky high-school football ...

Madison Southern's big star, Damien Harris, brought the wood in a 42-11 win over visiting Madison Central.

UK coach Mark Stoops flew in to Berea to watch. The next day, his Wildcats beat Ohio U, but can he beat Ohio State and others for Harris?

There were lots of rivalry games around the state this week. Boyle County, for example, ran past its crosstown rival, Danville, 24-7.
Lick Creek East Ridge lost at home, 36-0, to Inez Shelby Valley, but the Marching Warriors won halftime.

Meade County rocked visiting Elizabethtown John Hardin, 27-25.

Owensboro went on to win at Owensboro Catholic, one of cross-town rivals, 50-34.

Glasgow lost a close one at home to its cross-town rival, Barren County, 14-11 ...

Hancock County went to Cadiz and beat the home team, Trigg County, 28-21, in the Kentucky Machine and Engineering David Sadler Bowl.

Pulaski County socked its cross-town rival, Somerset, 56-0.
Channel 6 stayed up late Friday night to talk about all of the western Kentucky action.

But the game that was still being talked about most around the state was probably Bowling Green's 6-0 overtime win over St. X.

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