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.
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The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League had a second straight late summer weekend of weather as they contested week two of the 2012 season. There was no rain and below average temperatures once again.
This was the second of three straight weeks of action for the league before the teams take a break for Labor Day. The teams will then compete for five more weeks before starting post-season play the week of Oct. 10.
The program with the bye this week was the Brooks Saints.
With the Brooks Saints having the bye this week, this will be the only week during the regular season in which there were four games contested at the ‘A’ level for the league.
In the lone ‘A’ game on Saturday, the Old Mill Bengals did all the right things as they turned back the Cedar Grove Vikings 47-6.
Leading the scoring for the Bengals was Mitchell Langley who crossed the goal line three times. Langley rushed for 28 yards in the game and also added to the scoring by kicking two extra points. The Old Mill offense also got two touchdowns from Dalton Gillespie as he rushed for 29 yards and caught passes for an additional 66 yards. The passing came from Konnor Polson who finished with 89 yards through the air. Polson also rushed for 50 yards as he scored both a touchdown and an extra point. Another touchdown was posted by Ethan Dawson. There was lots of other offense for the Bengals as Ethan Arnett rushed for 34 yards and caught passes for 23 yards. Hunter Burks rushed for 16 yards in the game while Grayson Payne rushed for 10 yards.
On defense, the Bengals got four tackles each from Dawson and Burks as well as three tackles from Arnett.
The only touchdown for Cedar Grove came on a pass from Marc Gartner to Adam Bolin. Gartner passed for 84 yards in the game with 25 of those yards going to Bolin as well as 42 yards to Chris Heck, nine yards to Brian Schmidt and eight yards to Trenton Davis.
On the other side of the ball, the Vikings got four tackles by Austin Rhodes along with three tackles each from Heck, Jacob Hizer and Davis.
When the action shifted to Sunday, the Maryville Patriots were ready as they turned back the Overdale Chiefs 36-12.
Leading the way for the Patriots was Nate Johnson who scored four touchdowns as he rushed for 202 yards. Johnson also passed for 65 yards with 51 of those yards going to Blake Benz and 14 yards to Dakota Plyman. Benz rushed for 80 yards and had a touchdown while Plyman scored one touchdown.
On defense, Johnson also was a force for the Patriots as he finished with ten tackles. The defense also got nine tackles by Ryan Robertson along with four stops by Benz and Dillon Deindoerefer.
This game had plenty of offense as the Chiefs also had a strong offensive day. Tanner Threlkel led the way with 113 yards on the ground and he scored one of the touchdowns while the other score was posted by Chanse McKenzie who rushed for 106 yards. The Chiefs also got 21 yards on the ground from Blake Steinmacher as well as 10 yards each from Peyton Luttrell and Alec Lush.
Overdale got four tackles in the game from Derrick Lewis as well as two stops each from Slade Uncleback and Connor Burton.
In the middle game on Sunday, the Mount Washington Colts recorded a 32-0 victory over the Lebanon Junction Jaguars.
One of the Colts’ touchdowns came on a pass from Zak Kessler to Eric Murrill. Kessler passed for 68 yards in the win with 54 of those yards going to Murrill. P.J. Frazier caught passes for 14 yards. Murrill also had an extra point pass reception from Kessler. On the ground, Dylan clark led the Colts with 63 yards and one touchdown. Nathan Sneed rushed for an additional 43 yards and had a touchdown while Logan Henry also reached the endzone for a score as he rushed for 26 yards.
On defense, the Colts got three tackles each from Sneed, Frazier and Scott Garett.
For Lebanon Junction, the brothers Strong provided much of the offense. Duncan Strong passed for 28 yards to Dakota Strong. Duncan Strong also rushed for 24 yards in the loss. Hayden Coulter added 11 yards to the attack on the ground.
The top tacklers for the Jaguars were the two Duncans as they each were credited with six stops. Andrew Fiedler finished with five tackles.
In the final ‘A’ game on Sunday, the Shepherdsville Titans turned back the Pleasant Grove Dolphins 33-12.
Sunday was a big day for Elsler as he rushed for 144 yards with two touchdowns and two extra points. Coulter also made a splash as he rushed for 76 yards while scoring two touchdowns and an extra point. The other score was posted to D. Collins who rushed for five yards.
The Titans had a big defensive day led by Casey who made nine tackles while Collins had eight stops. The team also got five tackles by Goodall along with four by Coulter.
Both of the touchdowns for the Dolphins were scored by Blaine Miller who rushed for 105 yards in the loss. The offense also got 24 yards on the ground from both Zach Jones and Ian Brown.
On the other side of the ball, the Dolphins were led by Cameron Trees with six tackles while Kyle Lentz had four stops. Both Jonathan Mayes and Miller had three tackles.
In the opening game of ‘B’ action on Saturday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins rode a strong defense to a strong defense to an 18-0 victory over the Shepherdsville Titans.
There was balance on the offensive side for the Dolphins as three different players scored the touchdowns. Cade Miller led the ground attack with 142 yards and one score while Connor Abnee rushed for 32 yards and passed for 37 yards while scoring once. One of those passes went to Kevin Clark for a touchdown. The offense for the Dolphins also got 21 rushing yards from Justin Campbell and 11 yards by Blake Dattilo. Dattilo caught passes for 20 yards while Landon Maki had 12 yards receiving.
On defense, the Dolphins got six tackles each from Miller and Campbell as well as four stops by Zach Reiners and Maki. Three tackles were made by Mason Huff.
Unfortunately, no stat sheet was turned in by the Titans.
Defense was the name of the game on Saturday morning in the second ‘B’ contest as the Overdale Chiefs managed to slip past the Maryville Patriots 7-0.
The only touchdown in the game was scored by Noah Nida as he rushed for 65 yards in the win. The extra point was posted by Dylan Embry as he rushed for 10 yards. The offense for the Chiefs also got 23 yards on the ground and 17 yards receiving from Dylan Davis. Mason Hill rushed for seven yards.
On the other side of the ball, the Chiefs got seven tackles by Davis and four stops from Brendan Hill. Three tackles were made by Embry.
Maryville was able to move the ball on Saturday, but could not score. Nick Majors rushed for 43 yards and he and quarterback Trent Stetser combined for 37 yards through the air. Devin Boston added 17 yards on the ground while Stetser rushed for six yards.
On defense, the Patriots got seven stops from both Majors and Stetser. Three tackles were recorded by Boston, Andrew Walter and Clayton Hill.
In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts recorded a 26-0 victory over the Lebanon Junction Jaguars.
The Colts got two touchdowns and an extra point from Michael Page who rushed for 81 yards in the win. Two other scores in the game came through the air as quarterback D.J. Chappell connected with Blake Rhoades and Richie Jones on scores. Rhoades caught passes for 21 yards while Jones had an 8-yard reception. Chappell added an extra point as he rushed for 18 yards. The Colts also got 21 yards on the ground from Dalton hatter as well as 20 yards from Bryan Skirvin.
The defense for the Colts got four stops each from Montrell Page, Hatter and Chappell. Three tackles were recorded by Michael Page.
Lebanon Junction created some offense, but could not dent the goal line. Quarterback Jerry Flener passed for 40 yards with 25 of those yards going to Mason Bandurske as well as 15 yards to John Barnes. Devin Fluhr was the leading rusher for the Jaguars with 21 yards.
On the other side of the ball, Fluhr finished with five tackles to lead the Jaguars. Lebanon Junction also got four tackles each from Flener, Hunter Nolen and Wyatt Hall.
In the final ‘B’ game on Saturday, the Old Mill Bengals pulled out a tough game as they downed the Cedar Grove Vikings 19-6.
Two of the touchdowns for the Bengals were scored by Nick Leslie who rushed for 58 yards n the game. Seth Jutz had the other touchdown on a day when he rushed for 24 yards. Quarterback Jacob Thomas added an extra point as he rushed for 40yards in the win while also passing for 67 yards. Hayden York also passed for 25 yards in the game. The offense also got 38 yards on the ground from Chase Clark.
The top tackler for the Bengals was Thomas with four stops. Three tackles in the win were credited to Clark, Cody Culver and Leslie.
The lone score for the Vikings was posted by Geremiah Smith. Smith rushed for 10 yards in the game and also caught passes for 82 yards from quarterback Jacob Dillman. Seth Mitchell was the leading rusher for the Vikings with 22 yards and he also had 8-yards catching the ball. Samuel Mitchell added to the offense with 10 yards on the ground.
Cedar Grove got five stops each in the game from Samuel Mitchell, Seth Mitchell and Dillman. Four tackles were credited to both Dylan Baggett and Isaiah Crosby while Smith had three tackles.
In the early morning PeeWee contest on Saturday, the Cedar Grove Vikings pulled out a 19-0 decision over the Old Mill Bengals.
Two of the touchdowns for the Vikings were scored by Jaylin Bross who collected 129 yards on the ground in the win. The other score was posed by Connor Lynn on a short run. The offense for the Vikings also got 22 yards by Devin Richards and nine yards by Derek Goff. Richards scored the extra point.
Bross was also the top tackler in the win for the Vikings with six strops while Abe Barrett had four tackles. The Vikings also got three tackles each from Brady Bowlin and Goff.
The Bengals could not get the ball to the endzone, but the team did get 51 yards in the air from quarterback Donald Gritton. The top receiver was Ethan Smith with 38 yards while Cameron Helm caught passes for 13 yards.
On the other side of the ball, the Bengals got eight tackles by Madison Gauthier as well as seven from Ethan Milburn. Six tackles were made by Caleb Riggs while Gritton finished with three tackles.
When the action shifted to Sunday, there was plenty of excitement in the first game before the Lebanon Junction Jaguars pulled out a 19-13 decision over the Mount Washington Colts.
Kylor Close had a big performance for the Jaguars as he scored all 19 points for his team while rushing for 150 yards. Zack Adams added to the offense with 12 yards on the ground.
On defense, the Jaguars got six tackles by Jordan Mulloy as well as four tackles by Close. Three tackles were made by both Hunter Gilpen and Dalson Strong.
Mount Washington got plenty of offense from Michael Gilliam as he rushed for 112 yards while scoring a touchdown on a 41-yard run. The other score was posted by Mason Israel who rushed for 22 yards in the game. The extra point for the Colts was scored by Matthew Smith as he rushed for seven yards.
Mount Washington’s defense got three tackles each from Jansen Hayden and Landon Hite.
In the middle game on Sunday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins picked up a 20-0 victory over the Shepherdsville Titans.
Two of the scores in the game for the Dolphins were scored by Smith who collected 73 yards on the ground. The other touchdown was posted by Clements who had 43 yards on the ground and also scored an extra point. Webb added an extra point in the win while Powell rushed for 20 yards.
The leading tackler for the Dolphins was Johnson and A. Burroughs with two stops each.
Shepherdsville had trouble moving the ball but did get 13 yards from Trenton Hodge as well as four yards by J.R. Sherrard and three yards by Blake Weird.
Austin Buechele was the top tackler for the Titans with nine while Hodge had five stops. Three tackles were made by both Tyler Collins and Robert Goodlett.
In the final PeeWee contest on Sunday, the Maryville Patriots turned back the Overdale Chiefs 32-0.
Andrew Hadley had a big day carrying the ball as he rushed for 103 yards with two touchdowns and an extra point. Also scoring twice and added an extra point was Hunter Hodge while finished with 64 yards on the ground. A fifth touchdown was posted by Ty Howard who finished the game with 31 yards on the ground. The offense for the Patriots also got 44 yards by Boo Campoamor.
On the other side of the ball, Maryville was led by Howard with eight stops while Hodge had six tackles. The winners also got five tackles from Campoamor and four stops by Hadley. Three tackles were recorded to both Jalen Dunnavan and Isiah Thompson.
Overdale was able to move the ball at times. On the ground, Brock Snead rushed for 22 yards while the team also got 19 yards from Corey Luttrell, 17 from Owen Hackbuth and 10 from Zach Vorbrink.
The Chiefs recorded two tackles each for Luttrell, Snead, Clay Coomes and Nathan Nida.
When the youngest players in the league hit the field on Saturday, the first game saw the Old Mill Bengals turn back the Cedar Grove Vikings 33-0.
The top scorer for the Bengals was Mitchell Polson who scored a pair of touchdowns as he rushed for 47 yards and also passed for another 10 yards. One of those passes went to Alex Webb for an extra point. Webb rushed for 37 yards in the game including a touchdown. The offense for the Bengals also got 44 yards from Mason Gauthier who had a touchdown while Colin Hogue rushed for 45 yards with a touchdown and an extra point.
On the other side of the ball, Gauthier led Old Mill with eight tackles while four stops were made by Jacob Kaufman and Xavier Honser. Three tackles were recorded by Webb, Jack Silliman and Jack Gentry.
For Cedar Grove, the leading rusher was Levi Dalton with 15 yards while Garrett Price rushed for 11 yards.
On defense, Jayden Carmony had six tackles for the Vikings while both Tyler White and Price had two tackles.
The second game on Saturday for the young players went down to the wire before the Maryville Patriots slipped past the Overdale Chiefs 13-6.
Both of the touchdowns for the Patriots were scored by Dakota Waskom who rushed for 32 yards in the win. The offense also got 41 yards on the ground by Alex Key as well as 20 yards by Noah Dunnavan who scored the extra point. Cole Chester added to the attack with 13 yards on the ground.
On defense, the Patriots got five tackles from Corbin Veach along with four tackles each from Key and Mason Coones. Talon Campoamor finished with three tackles.
The touchdown for Overdale was scored by Daylon Hendrix who rushed for 51 yards. The Chiefs also got seven yards each on the ground by Dylan Maisillo and Bryton Broossard.
Alex Allen was the top tackler for the Chiefs with seven while two stops were made by Maisillo, Hendrix and Broossard.
The third game on Saturday belonged to the Mount Washington Colts as they turned back the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 28-7.
On the ground, Mount Washington got 83 yards from Eli Burkhead who had a touchdown and an extra point. The offense also got 36 yards on the ground by Drew Palmer who finished with a touchdown and an extra point. Jaden Smith also had a touchdown as he rushed for 10 yards and Brandon Wathan had a touchdown on a short run. The scoring also included two points from Cody Dohn who had a safety.
On the other side of the ball, Palmer had five tackles for the Colts while both Burkhead and Wathen finished with three tackles.
All of the points for the Jaguars were scored by Justin Priddy who rushed for 41 yards in the game. The top tackler for the Jaguars was Priddy with six while five stops were made by Nichola Busby, Clayton Williams and Walker Fields. Four stops were recorded for Tyler Hayes.
In the final game on Saturday, the Shepherdsville Titans pulled out a 12-6 game against the Pleasant Grove Dolphins.
The Titans had a real one-two punch in this game as Nathaniel Craven scored one of the touchdowns as he rushed for 78 yards and Jarrett Ricketts had the other score as he finished with 77 yards on the ground.
The top tacklers for the Titans were Tyler Caudill and Craven with four each while three tackles were made by Ricketts, Kendall Tucker and David Morris.