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2012 GREATER BULLITT COUNTY YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Week 4

 SHEPHERDSVILLE - Once again this season, The Pioneer News will run the results from the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League in each Wednesday’s edition this fall.

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 score 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 packets by the end of play on Sunday can be delivered The Pioneer News’ office in Shepherdsville on Monday, but needs to be here before noon. Stat sheets can also be faxed to 955-9704 or the information can be emailed to www.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 sheets available at the end of the season.

 

There was still a feel of summer in the air this past weekend as The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League returned to action after taking a week off for Labor Day. The teams are now racing toward the post-season which will start the week of Oct. 15.

The program with the bye this week was the Old Mill Bengals.

 

A’ Action

When the action opened up in the ‘A’ Division over the weekend, the Shepherdsville Titans stayed hot as they turned back the Mount Washington Colts 40-13.

Leading the way for the Titans was J. Coulter who scored three of the touchdowns and added an extra point on a day in which he rushed for 148 yards. Shepherdsville also got two touchdowns and an extra point from E. Elsler as he rushed for 90 yards. The Titans also got 37 yards on the ground from D. Collins who had a touchdown and a pair of extra points.

On the other side of the ball, the Titans got seven tackles from D. Casey along with six stops by Collins. Making five tackles was C. Beatrizola while Coulter and S. Goodall had four tackles each. K. Flener finished with three tackles as did Elsler.

For Mount Washington, the leading rusher was Steven Brown who carried the ball 14 times for 86 yards and he had a touchdown and an extra point. The other score came on a pass from Logan Henry to P.J. Frazier. Henry passed for 30 yards in the game while Frazier caught passes for 23 yards. Brown also had a pass reception. The offense also got 12 yards on the ground by Dylan Clark.

In another game on Sunday, the Cedar Grove Vikings rolled past the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 47-0 score.

There was plenty of offense for the Vikings as seven different players scored touchdowns. On the ground, Cedar Grove got 60 yards from Adam Bolin who had a touchdown while .Brian Schmidt rushed for 32 yards while scoring a touchdown and three extra points. Roby Schank had a touchdown as did Tanner Schmidt who rushed for 26 yards while Isiah Johnson rushed for 25 yards with a score. Adding a touchdown was Gavin Curry who rushed for 17 yards while Trenton Davis scored a touchdown and a pair of extra points as he rushed for 20 yards. Through the air, quarterback Marc Gartner passed for 50 yards to Bolin and Gartner also rushed for 27 yards.

On the other side of the ball, the Vikings got four tackles by Dillion Sizemore along with three stops from Austin Rhodes, Schank, Davis and Dalton Losey.

Lebanon Junction had a lot of trouble moving the ball but did get six yards on the ground from Austin Petty.

The top tackler for the jaguars was Andrew Fiedler with six stops while three tackles were recorded for Cody White, Darian Elmore and Dakota Gilpen.

In the third game of the weekend, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins rolled to a 26-7 victory against the Overdale Chiefs.

It was a big day for the Dolphins’ Blaine Miller as he rushed for 105 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns. The Dolphins also got 40 yards from Ian Brown who had a touchdown and an extra point. The other touchdown and extra point was scored by Kyle Lentz who rushed for eight yards in the win. Adding to the offense was Cameron Trees with 30 yards on the ground while Ethan Smith rushed for 15 yards.

On defense, the Dolphins were led by Miller and Brown with seven tackles each while five stops were made by Alex Lucas. The Dolphins also got four tackles by Justin Defler as well as three stops each from Zach Jones, Smith, Jacob Laughlin, Tler Teague and Jonathan Mayes.

For Overdale, the top rusher was Slade Uncleback with 35 yards while Chanse McKenzie rushed for 32 yards. The scoring came on passes from Evan Mooney to Tanner Threlkel.

On the other side of the ball, McKenzie had five tackles while Derrick Lewis had four. The Chiefs also got three stops from Threlkel.

 

‘B’ Battles

In the first game on Saturday morning in the ‘B’ Division, the Overdale Chiefs picked up a 15-0 decision over the Pleasant Grove Dolphins.

One of the touchdowns and an extra point for the Chiefs was scored by Dylan Davis who rushed for 26 yards. The other touchdown was posted by Keelan Hall who had a pair of interceptions with one being returned for a score. Adding to the Overdale offense was Noah Nida who rushed for 79 yards while the team also got 25 yards on the ground from Mason Hill and 22 yards from Dylan Embry.

The top tackler for the Chiefs was Davis with three while Embry had two stops.

For some reason, the stat sheet for the Dolphins listed touchdowns and extra points although the official score sheet from the league and of the Chiefs showed them not scoring. Still, Eli Cox rushed for 61 yards for the Dolphins while Jack Tinelli added another 36 yards. The offense also got 14 yards on the ground from Devin Williams along with 12 yards by Cole Knieriem.

On the other side of the ball, the Gage Ferguson finished with five tackles while Williams had four stops. Three tackles were recorded for Ryan Rayhill, Tinelli and Isaac Litton.

In the second game on Saturday morning, the Cedar Grove Vikings pulled out a 14-0 victory over the Lebanon Junction Jaguars.

One of the scores for the Vikings was posted by Geremiah Smith who rushed for 890 yards n the win while Seth Mitchell rushed for 39 yards and a touchdown. The offense also got 41 yards on the ground by Samuel Mitchell and 31 yards by Jake Dillman. The other two points for the Vikings came from Isaiah Crosby who recorded a sack for a safety.

The top tacklers for the Vikings were Samuel Mitchell and Smith with five each while four stops were noted for Seth Mitchell and Crosby. Three tackles were made by Jacob Johnson and Drew Marcum.

Lebanon Junction had trouble moving the ball, but did get 22 yards on the ground from Devin Fluhr and 11 yards by Jerry Flener. Kyle Cramer added another eight yards.

On the other side of the ball, the Jaguars got seven tackles from both Flener and Wyatt Hall. Fluhr finished with six tackles while Hunter Nolen had five tackles.

In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Maryville Patriots posted a 26-6 win over the Brooks Saints.

Three of the touchdowns for the Patriots were scored by Nik Majors who rushed for 62 yards in the game. The other score was posted by Trent Stetser who had 51 yards on the ground and also passed for 18 yards. The Patriots also got an extra point run from Andrew Walters as well as an extra point pass from Ethan Phillips to Justin Saunders. Adding to the offense in a big way was Devin Boston who rushed for 105 yards and caught passes from Stetser for 12 yards.

Maryville also got six tackles each from Walters, Majors and Stetser while four tackles were made by Jacob Morrison and Boston. Three tackles were made by Saunders, Jacob Harper and Aiden Kelly.

The only points for the Saints were scored by Dylan Riggs as he rushed for 121 yards in the game. The offense also got 20 yards by Kaleb Finley.

Dustin Ferguson had a big day on defense for the Saints with 11 tackles while Tyler Linker finished with seven stops. The team also got five tackles each from Trey Webb, Finley, Alec Blankenship and Riggs.

In the final ‘B’ game of the weekend, the Mount Washington Colts had a domination performance as they beat the Shepherdsville Titans 40-0.

Two of the scores for the Colts were posted by D.J. Chappell who rushed for 45 yards. Leading the offense was Michael Page who rushed for 141 yards with a touchdown and an extra point. Dalton Hatter rushed for 67 yards in the win with a touchdown and an extra point. Andrew Gilliam also scored a touchdown as he rushed for 17 yards and Bryan Skirvin rushed for 15 yards with a touchdown. Blake Rhoades added an extra point as he passed for 17 yards to Joseph Osbourne.

On the other side of the ball, the Colts got three tackles each from Elijah Sena, Hatter and Groves.

Shepherdsville could not dent the endzone, but the team did get 29 yards on the ground from Jason Sebastin.

The top tackler for the Titans was Noah Greenwell with four while two tackles were made by Christopher Sturgeon, T.J. Heilman and Jeremy Kron.

 

PeeWee Wars

In the only PeeWee contest on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts got up early and turned back the Shepherdsville Titans 13-6 in a close game.

One of the touchdowns for the Colts was scored by Matthew Smith who rushed for 28 yards in the game. The other score came on a 16-yard pass from Mason Israel to Blake Faulkner. Landon Hite added an extra point. On the ground, the Colts got 69 yards from Israel and another 52 yards from Michael Gilliam.

Mount Washington was led on defense by Jansen Hayden and Hite who each finished with six tackles. Four stops were recorded for Brody Smith and Michael Ritchie.

For Shepherdsville, the only points on the day were posted by J.R. Sherrard who finished with 27 yards on the ground. The Titans’ offense also got 48 yards rushing from Blake Weird, 42 yards from Trenton Hodge, 12 yards by Phillip Hughes and 10 yards by Eric Miller.

On the other side of the ball, the Titans had five tackles each by Sherrard and Austin Buechele along with four tackles by Jaydian Rinker and Robert Goodlett. Three tackles were recorded for Weird, Hodge and Matthew Duncan.

When the action shifted to Sunday afternoon, the Maryville Patriots got the day started with a 39-12 win over the Brooks Saints.

Hunter Hodge had a big game for the Patriots as he rushed for 73 yards while scoring three touchdowns. Two scores were posted by Andrew Hadley who had 23 yards on the ground. Ty Howard had the other touchdown as he rushed for 18 yards. Jalen Dunnavan added two extra point and Haley had an extra point. Hodge and Hadley combined for 14 yards through to the air. Adding to the offense for the Patriots was Boo Campoamor with 29 yards while Tanner Wilson rushed for 13 yards.

Dunnavan had a big day on defense as he had nine tackles while Hadley finished with seven stops. Hodge collected six tackles while four stops were made by Campoamor and Howard. Justin Montgomery finished with three tackles.

Brooks got a touchdown and 54 yards on the ground from Gardner while Durbin finished with 46 yards and a touchdown.

The Saints on defense had six tackles each by Ashbaugh and Gardner while Durbin finished with three tackles.

The middle game on Sunday went down to the wire before the Overdale Chiefs pulled out a 13-12 win over the Pleasant Grove Dolphins.

Both of the touchdowns as well the deciding extra point for Overdale were scored by Zach Vorbrink. The Chiefs also got 69 yards on the ground from Brock Snead along with 20 yards from Nathan Nida.

On the other side of the ball, Snead finished with five tackles while both Corey Luttrell and Bryce Saylor collected three stops.

For Pleasant Grove, the leading rusher was Bryce Clements who had 93 yards on the ground and he scored one of the touchdowns. The other score was posted by Saber Smith who had 25 yards on the ground. Collin Powell added to the offense with 12 yards rushing.

The top tackler for the Dolphins was Clements with seven stops while five tackles were recorded for Powell. Four tackles were made by Ethan Haddaway while Nathan Webb had three stops.

In the final game on Sunday, the Cedar Grove Vikings got the best of the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 19-6 score.

Only one touchdown was listed on the stat sheet for the Vikings and that was by Derek Goff who rushed for 30 yards in the win. The leading rusher for the Vikings was Jaylin Bross with 161 yards. The offense also got 12 yards by Connor Lynn and six yards by Devin Richards.

Bross was also the leading tackler for the Vikings with seven while Cole Townsely had three tackles while Lynn had two stops.

The only points for the Jaguars were posted by Jordan Mulloy who rushed for 20 yards in the loss. Kylor Close was the top ground gainer for the Jaguars with 89 yards.

Mulloy was also strong on the other side of the ball with eight tackles while Close had five stops. Three tackles were recorded for both Hunter Gilpen and Tanner Ensor.

 

Little Bullitts

The first Little Bullitts game of the weekend went down to the wire before the Shepherdsville Titans pulled out a 7-6 decision over the Mount Washington Colts.

Both the touchdown and the extra point for the Titans were scored by Jarrett Ricketts who finished with 84 yards on the ground.

On the other side of the ball, Trenton Rogers finished with four tackles while three stops were recorded for Ricketts, Tyler Caudill and Nathaniel Craven.

The touchdown for the Colts was scored by Eli Burkhead collected 24 yards on the ground.

Burkhead was also the leading tackler for the Colts in the game with seven stops. The Colts also got four tackles from Luke Lamore and three stops from Drew Palmer.

In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Lebanon Junction Jaguars turned back the Cedar Grove Vikings 12-0.

All of the points in the game were scored by Justin Priddy who led the Jaguars with 88 yards on the ground. The offense also got 65 yards by Clayton Williams and 10 yards from Tyler Hayes.

The top tackler for the Jaguars was Blake Pedley with ten while Wyatt Nolen had five stops. Four tackles were recorded for Clayton Williams, Challen Fields, Taylor Hayes and Aden Tyler.

No stat sheet was turned in by the Vikings after this game.

In the early afternoon game on Saturday, the Maryville Patriots slipped past the Brooks Saints by a 7-0 score.

The only touchdown in the game was scored by Noah Dunnavan and the only extra point was posted by Cole Chester. Dunnavan collected 52 yards in the win while Chester had 12 yards. The offense for the Patriots also got 16 yards by Corbin Veach as well as 11 yards by Dakota Waskom and 10 yards by Alex Key.

Veach had a big game on defense for the Patriots with eight stops while five tackles were made by Justin Wagner. Ryan Still finished with four tackles while both Waskom and Dunnavan each had three stops.

The ground attack for the Saints on Saturday got 52 yards from Quentin Mills along with 34 yards by Kevin Ferguson and 12 yards from J.J. Tarter. Mills also passed for 12 yards.

On defense, Tarter led the Saints with five tackles while Jaden Reisser had four stops. Ferguson added three tackles to the total.

In the final game on Saturday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins turned back the Overdale Chiefs by a 14-0 score

Unfortunately, despite winning, the Dolphins did not turn in a score sheet.

The top rusher for the Chiefs was Dayton Hendrix with 35 yards.

On defense, the Chiefs got three tackles each by Hendrix, Brytin Broussard and Alex Allen. Garrett Durbin finished with two tackles.