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Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League - Week 5

 SHEPHERDSVILLE – Once again this season, The Pioneer News will run the results from The Great Bullitt County Youth Football League in each Wednesday edition during the season.

The statistics used each week are provided by the league and the individual teams. Questions about yardage, scoring and tackles should be directed to the league and those teams.

Stat keepers and coaches are asked to make sure that the following information is included on each stat sheet: their team’s name, their opponent’s name, age division and the final score of the game. Also, yardage for rushing, passing and receiving are needed and should be totaled. Rushing yards include only those yards from the line of scrimmage (not punt and kick-off return yardage). Those players scoring points should also be noted.

Players’ first and last names (actual names, not nicknames) should also be provided.

Any stat sheets not turned into the league office by the end of play on Saturday can be delivered to The Pioneer News’ office in Shepherdsville on Monday, but need to here before noon. Stat sheets can also be faxed to 955-9704 or the information can be emailed to editor@pioneernews.net.

It is very rare that space will allow us to run results that are not in our office on the Monday following the games.

In addition, coaches are reminded that The Pioneer News does not retain copies of the stat sheets after publication so there are no stat sheets available at the end of the season.

 

The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League made it feel like fall on Saturday as good weather once again met the teams as they competed in Week 5 of the 2013 season. Once again, the weather cooperated as the league once more got through all the games on Saturday without having to revert to the heat schedule, something that looked possible when temperatures reached into the mid-90s during the middle of the week.

This is the start of the longest stretch of the season as the league is just completed the second of five straight week of regular season play before the play-offs begin on Oct. 19. Championship Saturday is set for Nov. 2.

The program with the ‘bye’ this week was the Mount Washington Colts.

 

‘A’ Showdowns

In the first game of the day on Saturday for the oldest players in the league, the Overdale Chiefs had plenty of offense as they defeated the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 52-0.

Leading the attack for the Chiefs was once again Mario Convenuto as he scored three touchdowns while rushing for 160 yards. The rest of the scoring was spread out for Overdale as eight other players scored at least an extra point. Quarterback Evan Mooney completed four passes in the win for 48 yards and Mooney had a touchdown and an extra point throwing the ball. Convenuto also completed a pass for 9-yards to Derrick Lewis who scored a touchdown. Lewis also rushed the ball for 40 yards. Peyton Luttrell caught three passes for 36 yards as he socred a touchdown and had an extra point. Zach Golab rushed for 74 yards in the win with a touchdowns while Noah Nida scored a touchdown and kicked a two-point conversion in a game in which he rushed for 75 yards and caught a pass for 12 yards. Conner Hill also had a touchdown while rushing for 7-yards. Dylan Lax added to the offense with 38 yards on the gorund while Dylan Embry rushed for 17 yards including an extra points Both Tyler Tipton and keelan Hall scored extra points.

On defense, Overdale got three tackles each from Lewis, Convenuto, Hill and Tipton.

The Jaguars really had trouble moving the ball on the ground as no one on the team had more than the 10 yards that Brian Hall collected. Lebanon Junction did get 43 yards in the air from quarterback Jerry Flener with 35 of those yards going to Connor Mallory. The other 8-yards of passes were caught by Jacob Robertson.

On the other side of the ball, Lebanon Junction got three tackles by Wyatt Hall along with two tackles each from Mallory, Flener and Dylan Raatz.

It was a close game in the second contest on Saturday before the Maryville Patriots pulled out a 12-6 victory in overtime against the Cedar Grove Vikings.

Both of the touchdowns for Maryville were scored by Devin Boston as he rushed for 46 yards. The offense for the Patriots also got 38 yards from Trenton Stetser as well as 7-yards from Nick Majors.

The top tackler for the Patriots was Cameron Cunningham with five while Boston had four stops. Three tackles were made by Devin Barr, Curtsinger, Alex Nalley and Stetser.

The only points for the Vikings were scored by Chris Heck in a day in which he rushed for 17 yards. The offense was led by Trent Davis who rushed for 83 yards and the offense also got 11 yards on the ground by Marc Garnter. The biggest play of the game for the Vikings was a 56-yard interception return by Jake Dillman.

On the other side of the ball, the Vikings got seven tackles by Isiah Crosby, Heck and Geremiah Smith along with six stops by Davis. Four tackles were recorded for Gartner, Austin Rhodes and Dalton Goldsmith. John Seay finished with three tackles.

There was another close contest in the next game before the Pleasant Grove Dolphins pulled out a 13-12 decision against the Brooks Saints.

The only offensive touchdown for the Dolphins was scored by Ethan Smith and he also scored an extra point on a day during which he rushed for 107 yards. The other points for the Dolphins were scored by Jonathan Mayes on a 34-yard run after he recovered a fumble. Mayes did rush for 34 yards in the game and he caught a pass for 8-yards. Justin Campbell also caught passes for 28 yards.

The top tackler for the Dolphins was Jacob Laughlin with nine while Smith had eight stops. Four tackles were credited to Sam King, Mayes and Eric Blad. Making three tackles were Jacob Jeffries and Kevin Clark.

Brooks moved the ball on the ground in this game. One touchdown was scoed by Tyler Linker who carried for 92 yards while Dylan Riggs rushed for 84 yards with the other score. The offense also got 50 yards on the ground from Cameron Frisby as well as 15 yards by Tilyr Brooks.

On defense, the Saints got six tackles from Dakota Frisby along with five stops each from Nathan Lynch and Linker. Riggs finished with four tackles while three tackles were recorded for Hunter Chandler, Dustin Ferguson, Brooks, Dohnavan Lydian and Jacob Bratcher.

In the final ‘A’ game of the day, under the lights, it was once again a close game before the Shepherdsville Titans beat the Old Mill Bengals 20-19.

All three of the touchdowns for the Titans were scored by Zachary Clark who rushed for 142 yards in the victory. One of the extra points was scored by Chanlder Youngs while the other was posted by Daylin Huff. Tanner Schmidt collected 20 yards on the ground for the Titans who also got 15 yards from Ashton Collins and 12 by Dillian Rinker.

On defense, the Titans were led by Schmidt and Christopher Phillips with six tackles each while  Kyler Flener and Clark made five stops. Collins finished with four tackles while three stops were made by Huff, Jacob Blissett, Casey Wethington and Shane Goodall.

The big effort by the Bengals was led by Daniel Mantell who scored two of the touchdowns while rushing for 97 yards. The other score went to Trevor Dawson who rushed for 60 yards. The player scoring the extra point was not indicated on the stat sheet.

Leading the way on defense for the Bengals was mantel with seven tackles. Old Mill also got three tackles each from Jake Kern, Dawson and Austin Reynolds.

 

‘B’ Battles

In the early morning game on Saturday, the Overdale Chiefs turned back the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 24-0 count.

Two of the scores for the Chiefs were posted by Brendan Hill who rushed for 97 yards in the win. Logan Steinmacher also scored twice as he rushed for 70 yards. On the ground the Chiefs also got 38 yards by Zane Sample and 14 yards by Zach Vorbrink. Through the aid, Steinmacher passed for 39 yards to Sample.

The top tackler for Overdale was Sample with seven while three tackles were made by Hill and Nathan Davis.

Unfortunately, no stat sheet was turned in for the Jaguars.

The second game on Saturday belonged to the Maryville Patriots as they rolled past the Cedar Grove Vikings 41-6.

Scoring twice for the Patriots was Hunter Hodge who led a balanced attack with 109 yards on the ground. One of Hodge’s touchdowns came on a pass from Jacob Morrison. Another touchdown was scored by Boo Campoamor who collected 77 yards on the ground in this game while Jalen Dunnavan rushed for 18 yards with a touchdown and an extra point. Clyde Gardner also rushed for 18 yards with a touchdown. Aidan Kelley had a defensive touchdown as he recovered a blocked punt in the endzone. Morrison also passed for a pair of extra point with one going to Durbin and another Justin Saunders.

Connor Stout led the defense for Maryville with eight tackles while Saunders had seven stops. The Patriots also got five tackles each from Hodge and Kelley as well as four tackles by Campoamor and Ty Howard. Dunnavan finished with three tackles.

The only points for Cedar Grove were scored by Jaylin Bross who rushed for 87 yards in the game. The Vikings also got 7-yards on the ground from Donner Lynn and Lynn also passed for 6-yards to Nathan Richards. Both Nathan Richards and Devin Richards had 5-yards on the ground.

Bross did the big lifting on defense for the Vikings also as he had 12 tackles. Nathan Richards made six stops in the game. The Vikings also got three tackles each from Jacob Gravel, Lynn and Aberiel Barrett.

The next game was supposed to include the Brooks Saints, but they have dropped their ‘B’ team. That gave the Pleasant Grove Dolphins a win by forfeit.

The final game of the day saw the Old Mill Bengals put the ball in the air and defeat the Shepherdsville Titans 33-7.

It was a big day for quarterback Seth Jutz as he passed for 262 yards with four of those passes going for touchdowns. Jutz also rushed for 38 yards, scoring once himself. Two of the touchdown passes went to Hayden York who hauled in passes for 145 yards while both Julian Cahoe and Dain Hawkins had touchdown catches. Cahoe caught passes for 70 yards while Hawkins had 26 yards through the air. Hawkins also rushed for 22 yards and Ethan Smith rushed for 28 yards. Kyaria Matthews scored an extra point.

On defense, the Bengals got seven tackles each from Ethan Milburn, Hawkins and Cahoe while both Jutz and Joey Nesbitt made five stops.

The only touchdown for the Titans was scored by Dylan Baggett who rushed for 17 yards in the setback. Jaydian Rinker scored the extra point as he rushed for 7-yards. Rinker also caught 25-yards of passes from Baggett. On the gorund, the Titans also got 18 yards by J.R. Sherrard.

On the other side of the ball, the Titans got seven tackles by Zach Robinson along with six stops by Sherrard. Four tackles were made by Baggett, Chris Sturgeon and Dennis Cleveland.

 

PeeWee Clashes

In the opening game in the PeeWee Division, the Overdale Chiefs did all the scoring as they beat the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 40-0.

Two of the touchdowns for the Chiefs were scored by Nathan Nida who rushed for 65 yards in the win. The Chiefs also got two scores from Blake Harshfield as he rushed for 16 yards. Brytin Broussard rushed for 24 yards in the win with a touchdown while Beau Clark also had a touchdown on a 40-yard fumble recovery. The offense also got 27 yards from Grayson Hill who had an extra point while Joe Habib scored an extra point as he rushed for 8-yards. Josiah Hartsell and Saige Vaughn also scored extra points.

On defense, Overdale got five tackles by Hayden Steinmacher and three tackles by Vaughn. Two tackles were made by Clark, Alex Alan, Harshfield and Jack Stumbro.

Lebanon Junction could not reach the endzone, but the team did get 16 yards on the ground from Clayton Williams and 7-yards by Justin Priddy.

The top tacklers for the Jaguars with two each were Williams, Priddy, Brayden Schotte, Tyler Hayes and Alec Etherton.

Another shut-out was tossed in the second game on Saturday as the Maryville Patriots beat the Cedar Grove Vikings 27-0.

Gavin Wilcoxsin had a big day for the Patriots as he rushed for 102 yards and scored three touchdowns. The other touchdown was posted by Tanner Wilson. Twice quarterback David Williams connected with Corbin Veach on extra point passes and Veach also carried in an extra point. Williams finished with 63 yards carrying the ball while Connor Pursley rushed for 16 yards. Veach rushed for 9-yards in the win.

On the other side of the ball, Justin Montgomery made nine tackles while five stops were made by Wilcoxsin. Both Brett Stinson and Jeff Wheeler had four tackles while three stops were made by Alex Key, Blake Barnes and Williams.

Unfortunately, no stats were provided by Cedar Grove for this game.

In the late afternoon game on Saturday, it was a close game before the Brooks Saints defeated the Pleasant Grove Dolphins 7-0.

The only touchdown in the game came on a 15-yard pass from Dylan Probus to Tanner Higdon. Nathan Sparks then ran in the extra point.

The top tackler for the Saints was Steven Rios with 10 stops while Tyi Bentley had six tackles. Probus added to the defense with five tackles.

Pleasant Grove moved the ball, but just could not dent the endzone. Brandon Johnson led the way with 25 yards on the ground while Gavin Coffman rushed for 23 yards. The offense also got 19 yards on the ground from Ethan Taipalus.

Ethan Haddaway was the top tackler for the Dolphins with six while Devin Williams had three stops. Both Patrick Ballard and Coffman had two tackles.

In the final game of the day in the age group, it went down to the wire before the Old Mill Bengals defeated the Shepherdsville Titans 19-18.

All three of the touchdowns for the Bengals were scored by Camron Helm while the key extra point was scored by Caleb Riggs. Helm led the offense with 93 yards on the ground and he also threw for an additional 25 yards. J.J. Tarter ran for 19 yards in the game while Colin Hogue rushed for 16 yards while Riggs had 13 yards on the ground.

On the other side of the ball, Robbie Keown had a big day with 11 tackles while Riggs had eight stops. Madison Gauthier finished with seven tackles while A.J. Phillips had six stops. Four tackles were made by Helm and Jacob Kaufman. Three stops were credited to Xavier Hanson and Tarter.

Shepherdsville also got three touchdowns in the game from Trenton Hodge as he rushed for 132 yards, but they could not convert any extra points. The offense also got 26 yards by Nathaniel Craven along while 10 yards on the ground were collected by Blake Weird, Eric Miller and Daniel Weird.

On defense, the Titans got seven stops by Hodge and six from Tyler Caudill. Five tackles were credited to both Blake and Daniel Weird. Craven finished with four stops while three tackles were made by Jacob Hibbard, Jared Hibbard and Alyson Boman.

 

Little Bullitts

In the first game of the morning on Saturday, the Lebanon Junction Jaguars managed to outscore the Overdale Chiefs by a 25-20 count.

It was another big day for Challen Fields of the Jaguars as he rushed for 105 yards. The score sheet shows too many scores for Lebanon Junction as it listed four by Fields and one by Nicholas Busby. Busby did score an extra oint as he rushed for 28 yards in the game.

Fields also took care of business on the defensive side of the ball as he led Lebanon Junction with eight tackles. Busby collected seven stops while Owen Schotte had fix tackles. Adding to the defense was Aden Tyler with five tackles while four stops where made by Peyton Whitsett.

Overdale had a balanced attack as three different players scored touchdowns. Dayton Williams had a touchdown and an extra point as he rushed for 20 yards and Jesse Lax rushed for 60 yards with a touchdown while Garrett Durbin had 57 yards on the ground with a touchdown. Jayden Burton added to the offense with 19 yards and he scored an extra point.

Williams was also the leading tackler for the Chiefs with five stops while Tallen Seward had four stops. Three tackles were made by Dylan Marsillo, Cole Graham and Burton.

The second game on Saturday belonged to the Maryville Patriots as they beat the Cedar Grove Vikings 30-0.

The Patriots had a very balanced attack, paced by Malachi Monks who had a touchdown and an extra point on a day in which he rushed for 49 yards. Also getting a touchdown and an extra point was Talon Campoamor who rushed for 33 yards. Avery Kelley rushed for 34 yards in the win with a touchdown. Joey Johnson rushed for 12 yards and he also passed for 24 yards, including 21 ayrds to Kelley on a day in which he scored a touchdown as well as a pair of extra points. Adding to the offense was Kevin Pryor who rushed for 20 yards.

Kelley was the top tackler for the Patriots with six stops while three tackles were credited to Ayden Bloomer, Jaden Darnell and Monks.

It was a tough day for the Vikings on Saturday moving the ball. Michael Prater rushed for 4-yards while Kaleb Neubart rushed for 3-yards.

On defense, the Vikings got five stops by Tyler White along with four stops each from Dena Lively and Prater. Gavin Meyer finished with three tackles.

The third game on Saturday was supposed to be between the Pleasant Grove Dolphins and the Brooks Saints but no stat sheet was turned in for either team, indicating that the contest was probably not played.

In the final game on Saturday, the Shepherdsville Titans managed to slop past the Old Mill Bengals 13-9.

Both of the touchdowns for the Titans were scored by Isaiah Tobin who rushed for 119 yards in the win. The extra point was scored by Donald Mattingly who rushed for 14 yards.

On defense, the Titans rode a big game from Chase Johnson who had 11 tackles. Shepherdsville also got nine tackles by Tobin. Both Trenton Stoess and Mason Olsson finished with three tackles.

The touchdown for Old Mill was scored by Caleb Serafin who rushed for 87 yards in the game. The offense also got an extra point from Maddox Spencer who rushed for 27 yards. Camden Andriot added to the offense with 19 yards rushing.

On the other side of the ball, Isaiah Hare made eight tackles for the Bengals while four stops were made by Cameron Brown.