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2012 GREATER BULLITT COUNTY YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Week 7

 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.

 

As the weeks in the regular season dwindle to a precious few, the outcome of games becomes more important as teams battle for better seeding position for the post-season in The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League.

The nine programs in the league are now in the homestretch to the 2012 play-offs. There are only two weeks remaining in the regular season and the post-season will start the week of Oct. 15.

The program with the bye this week was the Shepherdsville Titans.

 

A’ Action

The first ‘A’ game of the weekend belonged to the Pleasant Grove Dolphins as they pinned a 33-0 loss on the Cedar Grove Vikings.

Leading the way for the Dolphins was Blaine Miller with a pair of touchdown as he rushed for 76 yards There was plenty of balance in the Pleasant Grove attack as Ethan Smith rushed for 62 yards with one touchdown while Ian Brown rushed for 42 yards and scored a touchdown. Kyle Lentz also had a touchdown as he rushed for 32 yards and an extra point. Brown also kicked an extra point. Adding to the offense on the ground was Justin Defler with 48 yards while Jonathan Mayes finished with 25 yards.

On the other side of the ball, the Dolphins got seven tackles by Tyler Teague and also had six stops by Smith. Five tackles were recorded for Miller while four stops were recorded for Jacob Laughlin, Lentz and Defler. Eric Bland added three tackles. The Vikings had trouble moving the ball in this game, but they did get 20 yards on the ground from Trent Davis. The offense also got another 25 yards through the air between quarterback Marc Gartner and Davis.

Davis was the top tackler for the Vikings with five stops while four tackles were recorded for Brian Schmidt. Three stops were made by Roby Schank, Gavin Curry and Isaiah Johnson.

In the first game on Sunday, the Old Mill Bengals and the Maryville Patriots both had two touchdowns, but the Bengals pulled out the 16-12 victory as they kicked a pair of extra points.

One of the touchdowns for the Bengal was scored by Mitchell Langley who finished with 41 yards on the ground. The other score came on a pass catch by Ethan Dawson who had 19 yards of receptions. Konnor Polson threw for 80 yards in the win with 31 of those yards going to Grayson Payne and 29 yards to Langley. It was Langley who kicked the two extra points.

The Sunday game was a big day for Bengal defensive player Ethan Arnette as he had 11 tackles in the win. The Bengals also got five tackles each from Dawson and Jarrett Bitnor.

Both of the scores for the Patriots came from Tyler Hurst. Hurst rushed for 37 yards and also returned an interception 30 yards for a score. The offense for the Patriots also got 90 yards on the ground by Nathan Johnson and he also caught passes for 39 yards.

The top tackler for Maryville was Ryan Robertson with 13 stops while Johnson brought down nine ball carriers. The Maryville defense also got six tackles by Blake Benz and five stops by Jet Newton. Four tackles were made by both Jon Claycomb and Derek Downing while Hurst had three tackles.

In the final ‘A’ game of the weekend, the Overdale Chiefs generated a lot of offense as they blitzed the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 53-0 count.

The only player scoring two touchdowns for the Chiefs was Tanner Threlkel who rushed for 63 yards in the game while scoring one of his touchdowns on an 8-yard pass by Evan Mooney. Mooney passed for 16 yards and rushed for 85 yards with one touchdown and he also threw an extra point pass to Peyton Luttrell. The leading rusher for the Chiefs in this game was Slade Uncleback who had one touchdown. The Chiefs also got one touchdown each from Chance McKenzie who rushed for 33 yards, Blake Steinmacher with 41 yards, Alec Lush with 44 yards and Conner Hill who ran for 20 yards. Steinmacher added to the point total as he kicked three extra points.

On the other side of the ball, Overdale got six tackles from McKenzie and four from Uncleback. The team also got three stops from Chaise Blissett and Jackson Leigh.

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

 

‘B’ Battles

In the early morning game on Saturday, the Overdale Chiefs hung on to beat the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 14-6.

One of the touchdowns for the Chiefs was scored by Dylan Embry as he rushed for 53 yards and caught passes for 28 yards from Dylan Davis. Davis rushed for 36 yards and had a touchdown and an extra point. Mason Hill, who rushed for 69 yards, scored an extra point. Adding to the Overdale offense was Noah Nida who rushed for 17 yards while Logan Steinmacher finished with 12 yards on the ground.

On defense, the Chiefs got six tackles by Jimmy King along with five stops by Davis. The winners also got four tackles each from Preston Murphy and Embry while Zack Carter had three tackles.

The only points for Lebanon Junction were scored by the defense when Jacob Robertson intercepted a pass and returned it 42 yards. The offense was led on the ground by Devin Fluhr who rushed for 27 yards while Jerry Flener added 18 yards on the ground. Flener also threw passes for 13 yards to Hunter Nolen.

On the other side of the ball, the Jaguars got seven tackles each from Fluhr and Flener as well as five tackles by Nolen and Wyatt Hall.

In the second game on Saturday, the Old Mill Bengals picked up a victory as they turned back the Maryville Patriots 26-6.

It was a balanced offensive game for the Bengals as four different players scored the touchdowns. Chase Clark had one of the scores as he rushed for 86 yards and Nick Leslie had a score as he run for 38 yards. Seth Jutz had a touchdown and kicked an extra point while he rushed for 22 yards. Jacob Thomas also had a score as he rushed for 8-yards. Jutz also passed for 73 yards in the win with 67 of those yards going to Thomas.

The top tacklers for the Bengals were Clark and Thomas with four each while Christian Eberhardt had three tackles.

The player scoring the touchdown for Maryville was not noted on the score sheet. The leading rusher for the Patriots was Devin Boston with 98 yards. Trent Stetser added another 25 yards on the ground while Nick Majors rushed for 20 yards.

Stetser also had a good game on defense as he finished with 11 tackles. Maryville also got seven tackles from Majors and five by Boston. Three stops were made by Ethan Phillips, Austin Hardin, Andrew Walters and Justin Saunders.

In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts picked up another victory as they turned back the Brooks Saints by a 40-12 score.

Two of the touchdowns for the Colts were scored by Michael Page as he rushed for 101 yards including an extra point. Dalton Hatter also rushed for 101 yards and had a touchdown. Blake Rhoades caught a touchdown pass through the air by D.J. Chappell and he also had an extra point. Bryan Skirvin also had a touchdown and two extra point as he rushed for 9-yards. Montrell Page rushed for 17 yards with a touchdowns.

Jansen Thompson was the top tackler for the Colts with five stops while three tackles were recorded by Richie Jones, Montrell Page and Preston Goers.

For Brooks, the leading rusher was Dylan Riggs who had 115 yards and one of the touchdowns. The other touchdown was posted by Trey Webb who finished with 75 yards on the ground. The rushing attack also got 11 yards by Kaleb Finley.

On the other side of the ball, the Saints got seven tackles by Tyler Linker and six stops by Alec Blankenship. Riggs finished with four tackles while both Webb and Finley had three stops.

The final ‘B’ game of the day went to the Pleasant Grove Dolphins as they beat the Cedar Grove Vikings 12-0.

All of the scoring was done in the first half and both came on passes from Connor Abnee. Abnee threw for 87 yards in the win with 51 of those yards and one of the scores going to Evan Lambert and 13 yards and a score going to Dylan Brigmon. Landon Maki also caught passes for 23 yards. On the ground, Abnee rushed for 71 yards while Brigmon had 19 yards on the ground.

The leading tackler for the Dolphins was Justin Campbell with nine stops while six stops were recorded for Lambert. Eric Blanton finished with five tackles while four stops were made by Abnee. Three tackles were credited to both Maki and Brigmon.

While Cedar Grove could not score in the game, the Vikings did get 30 yards on the ground by Geremiah Smith. The team also got 25 rushing yards by Jake Dillman and 13 yards by Dillon Bagget.

Smith was also the top tackler for the Vikings with four while three stops were recorded for Dillman.

 

PeeWee Wars

In the only PeeWee game played on Saturday, the Cedar Grove Vikings had to hold off a furious rally by the Pleasant Grove Dolphins to pull out a 24-20 victory. Cedar Grove had an 18-0 lead at halftime.

The stat sheet for the Vikings did not show who scored any of the touchdowns, but with 218 yards, it is obvious that Jaylin Bross had some of the scores. The Vikings also got 36 yards on the ground from Devin Richards.

Cedar Grove also got a big day from Bross on defense as he finished with 14 tackles. The Vikings also got four stops each from Nick Bishop and Derek Goff as well as three stops each from Cameron Mattingly and Richards.

All of the points for the Dolphins were scored by Collin Powell as he had three touchdowns and two extra points while rushing for 92 yards. The Dolphins also got 28 yards on the ground by Bryce Clements along with 11 yards on the ground from Saber Smith.

On defense, the Dolphins had six tackles each by Powell and Nathan Webb. Four tackles were credited to Cameron Ray while both Clements and Luke Pope made three tackles.

It was a defensive struggle in the first PeeWee contest on Sunday as the Brooks Saints managed to turn back the Mount Washington Colts 6-0.

The only points in the game were scored by Dennis Cleveland who rushed for 29 yards for the Saints. Brooks also got 13 yards on the ground by Cole Durbin.

Leading the defense for the Saints was J.T. Ashbaugh who made nine tackles while seven stops were recorded for Steven Rios. The Saints also got six tackles from both Durbin and Dylan Probus. Cleveland and Clyde Gardner each had five tackles while whole stops were made by Nathan Sparks.

Mount Washington was unable to reach the endzone, but the offense for the Colts did get 35 yards from Matthew Smith, 22 yards by Michael Gilliam, 20 yards by Mason Israel and 15 yards by Landon Hite.

On the other side of the ball, the Colts got seven tackles each from Brody Smith and Hite along with six tackles by Zachary Collins. Five tackles were recorded for Jansen Hayden and Gilliam while four tackles were made by Blake Kelly and Michael Ritchie. Three tackles were credited to Israel and Conner Maros.

In the middle game on Sunday, the Overdale Chiefs turned by the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 25-6 count.

Three of the touchdowns for the Chiefs were scored by Corey Crenshaw who rushed for 82 yards in the win. The other touchdown was posted by Grayson Hill who rushed for 11 yards. The Overdale state sheet showed extra points for both Brock Snead and Zach Vorbrink. Adding to the rushing totals for the Chiefs was Vorbrink with 40 yards while Owen Hackbarth had 37 yards. Snead ended up rushing for 32 yards while Nathan Nida added 19 yards on the ground.

Overdale ended up getting three tackles by Beau Clark as well as two tackles each from Snead and Bryce Saylor.

The only touchdown for Lebanon Junction was scored by Kylor Close who rushed for 71 yards in the game. The Jaguars also got 27 yards on the ground from Jordan Mulloy.

Close had a huge day on defense as he had 13 tackles. Lebanon Junction also got six tackles by Bobby Cummings and four stops by Tanner Ensor.

The final PeeWee game of the weekend belonged to the Maryville Patriots as they beat the Old Mill Bengals 32-0.

Hunter Hodge had another big day on the ground as he rushed for 174 yards. That total included two touchdowns and an extra point. Andrew Hadley reached the endzone three times with touchdowns and also scored an extra point as he rushed for 42 yards. The other touchdown was posted by Jalen Dunnavan who caught a 7-yard pass from Hadley. Boo Campoamor rushed for 20 yards with an extra point while Ty Howard rushed for 10 yards.

Dunnavan also had a good day on defense with seven tackles while six stops were credited to Campoamor, Conner Dorsey, Hadley and Howard. Hodge and Justin Montgomery both collected five tackles.

It was a long day for the Bengals on offense. Cameron Helm finished with 23 yards on the ground while Ethan Smith rushed for 16 yards.

On the other side of the ball, Ethan Milburn finished with eight tackles while Donald Gritton had six stops. Both Helm and A.J. Phillips finished with five tackles while Caleb Riggs had four stops.

 

Little Bullitts

The youngest players in the league got the action started on Saturday morning with the Pleasant Grove Dolphins turning back the Cedar Grove Vikings 13-6.

Both of the touchdowns for Pleasant Grove were scored by Jack Tinelli who collected 51 yards on the ground. The extra point was posted by Devin Williams who rushed for 17 yards in the win. Eli Cox added 38 yards on the ground to the offense.

Cox was the top tackler for the Dolphins with four while both Ryan Rayhill and Tinelli had three stops. Two tackles were made by Dylan McCartin and Jaydin Bloomer.

The only touchdown for Cedar Grove was posted by Garrett Price who rushed for 40 yards. The offense for the Vikings also got 19 yards by Eli Howard.

On the other side of the ball, Cedar Grove got five tackles from both Jayden Carmony and Price along with three tackles each from Carson Griffin, Allen Harris and Tyler White.

In the game at high noon on Saturday, the outcome was decided until the closing seconds before the Old Mill Bengals managed to slip past the Maryville Patriots 20-14.

Two of the touchdowns for the Bengals were scored by Alex Webb who rushed for 28 yards in the win. Mitchel Polson was the leading rusher for the winners with 105 yards as he had a touchdown and both extra points. The Bengal offense also got 22 yards from Colin Hogue.

Old Mill got nine tackles each from Jacob Kaufman and Xavier Hansen while six tackles were made by Jack Silliman and Curtis Nesbit. Polson was credited with five tackles while four stops were made by Mason Gauthier and Hayden Elmore. Both Webb and Hogue had three tackles.

Both of the touchdowns for the Patriots were scored by Corbin Veach who rushed for 121 yards and he also had one of the extra points. The other extra point was posted by Cole Chester who rushed for 7 yards.

Veach was also the top tackler for the Patriots with eight stops. Maryville also got five tackles from Dylan Lewis along with four stops by Ryan Still. Both Justin Wagner and Noah Dunnavan collected three tackles.

The third Little Bullitts game on Saturday belonged to the Mount Washington Colts as they turned back the Brooks Saints 34-7.

Two of the touchdowns and two of the extra points were scored by Eli Burkhead on a day in which he rushed for 51 yards. The offense for the Colts also got 24 yards and a score from Drew Palmer while Jordan Pound rushed for 12 yards and a score. Cole Unser posted a touchdown as he rushed for 11 yards.

On the other side of the ball, Pound had three tackles while two stops were credited to Ben Brown, Burkhead, Palmer and Jaden Smith.

The only touchdown for the Saints was scored by Quentin Mills on a day in which he rushed for 66 yards. Mills also passed for 25 yards to J.J. Tarter. Tarter had the extra point as he rushed for 27 yards. Kevin Ferguson added to the offense with ten yards on the ground.

Tarter was the top tackler for the Saints with six while Nolan Amburgey finished with four tackles. Both Justin Sparks and Ferguson finished with two tackles.

The final Little Bullitts game on Saturday went down to the finish line before the Lebanon Junction Jaguars beat the Overdale Chiefs 12-6.

Justin Priddy was the top rusher for the Jaguars with 108 yards and he had one of the scores. The other score was posted by Clayton Williams who rushed for 87 yards in the win.

Blake Bedley was the leading tackler for the Jaguars with 11 while nine stops were made by Clayton Williams. Both Priddy and Wyatt Nolan had five tackles while four stops were credited to Nicholas Bosley and Challen Fields. Tyler Hayes finished with three tackles.

The only score for Overdale was posted by Dayton Hendrix who had 115 yards on the ground.

Brytin Broussard led the Overdale defense with seven tackles while three stops were made by Dylan Reid.