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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.
Good weather continued to work out for The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League this past weekend as they avoided the rain and had suitable temperatures for a full slate of games. The league has now passed the midway point of the regular season and 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 Overdale Chiefs.
In the ‘A’ Division game played on Saturday, the Maryville Patriots did everything right as they turned back the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 49-0.
Leading the way for the Patriots was Blake Benz who rushed for 151 yards while scoring three touchdowns. Benz also kicked three extra points. Maryville also got a touchdown from both Nathan Johnson and Tyler Hurst as they each finished with 90 yards on the ground. Another touchdown was scored by Ryan Robertson who rushed for 22 yards in the win. Adding to the offense was Jeff Newton who rushed for nine yards. The defense also got into the scoring column as Jon Claycomb intercepted a pass that he returned for a touchdown.
On the other side of the ball, the Patriots for four tackles each from Erik Grant, Benz, Jordan Matherly and Robertson. Three tackles were recorded for Claycomb, Blake Caple, Jacob Finley and Jeff Newton.
Unfortunately, no stat sheet was turned into the league office by the Jaguars.
In the first game on Sunday, the Old Mill Bengals picked up a win over they Mount Washington rivals as they turned back the Pleasant Grove Dolphins 36-0.
Two of the touchdowns for the Bengals were posted by Will Rucker who caught a pair of scoring passes from quarterback Konnor Polson that totaled 27 yards. Polson passed for 67 yards in the win. On the ground, the Bengals got 88 yards from Dalton Gillespie who had a touchdown and Mitchell Langley had a touchdown and three extra point kicks as he rushed for 59 yards and caught passes for 24 yards. Ethan Dawson also had a touchdown as he caught passes for 11 yards. Ethan Arnett added to the offense with 11 yards on the ground and 5-yards receiving.
On defense, the Bengals got six stops from Cameron Brooks along with five tackles by Polson. Three tackles were recorded for Dawson, Gillespie, Hunter Burks and Grayson Payne.
Pleasant Grove was able to move the ball, but they could not dent the goal line. The leading rusher for the Dolphins was Blaine Miller with 42 yards and the team also got 36 yards from Ethan Smith. Adding to that total was Kyle Lentz with 20 rushing yards while Ian Brown rushed for an additional 19 yards.
The top tacklers for the Dolphins were Zach Jones, Lentz and Miller with three each. Both Brown and Cameron Trees had two tackles.
In the last ‘A’ game of the weekend, it was a tight affair before the Mount Washington Colts pulled out a 24-12 victory over the Cedar Grove Vikings.
Three of the touchdowns for the colts were scored by Steven Brown who had a big day as he rushed for 189 yards. The other touchdown was posted by P.J. Frazier who had 90 return yards and also caught two passes from Logan Henry for 30 yards. The offense for the Colts also got 16 yards on the ground from Dylan Clark.
On defense, the Colts got eight tackles by Brown along with six stops by Frazier and Nate Sneed. Five tackles were recorded for Clark while Henry, Lee and Payne each had four stops. Three tackles were made by Burton, Jared Carter and Toulbee.
For Cedar Grove, the only touchdown noted on the score sheet was one for Chris Heck who had one reception from quarterback Marc Gartner. The top ground gainer for the Vikings was Trenton Davis with 51 yards while Adam Bolin added 43 yards on the ground with Brain Schmidt rushing for 21 yards.
The top tackler for the Vikings was Dillion Sizemore who had four stops while three tackles were made by Roby Shank and Austin Rhodes.
In the opening ‘B’ game on Saturday morning, the Mount Washington Colts managed to pull out a 13-0 decision over the Cedar Grove Vikings.
The stat sheet for the Colts unfortunately did not list who scored the two touchdowns but did show that D.J. Chappell had an extra point as he rushed for 21 yards. Michael Page had a big day on the ground for the Colts as he rushed for 154 yards. Dalton Hatter added to the ground attack with 29 yards.
On the other side of the ball, the Colts got six tackles from Connor Groves. Three tackles were made by hatter, Richie Jones and Page.
While Cedar Grove could not get the ball to the endzone, the offense for the Vikings did get 75 yards from Seth Mitchell a long with 57 yards by Geremiah Smith. Samuel Mitchell rushed for 12 yards.
On defense, the Vikings got nine tackles by Smith as well as seven from Isiah Crosby. Samuel Mitchell finished with five stops while Jacob Johnson collected three tackles.
In the second game on Saturday, the game was not decided until the final horn as the Old Mill Bengals managed to pull out a 13-7 victory over the Pleasant Grove Dolphins.
One of the touchdowns for the Bengals was posted by Nick Leslie who rushed for 27 yards in the win. Chase Clark was the leading rusher for the winners with 59 yards and he scored an extra point. Christian Eberhardt also had a touchdown as he returned a punt 22 yards for a score.
Seth Jutz was the top tackler for the Bengals with four stops while three tackles were made by Clark and Ethan Finn.
All of the scoring in this game came in the first half. In fact, the Dolphins scored first on an 8-yard pass from Connor Abnee to Mason Huff. Abnee then ran in the extra point. Abnee passed for 87 yards in the loss with 40 of those yards going to Evan Lambert along with 33 yards to Huff and 14 yards to Dylan Brigmon. Abnee was the top rusher for the Dolphins with 15 yards.
On the other side of the ball, Justin Campbell was the leading tackler for the Dolphins with seven while six tackles were made by Abnee. Blake Dattilo collected five tackles while four stops were made by Kevin Clark and Brigmon. Three tackles were credited to Landon Maki and Lambert.
In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Brooks Saints had all the offense as they turned back the Shepherdsville Titans 30-0.
The top scorer for the Saints was Dylan Riggs as he rushed for 188 yards and scored three of the touchdowns. The offense for the Saints also got 106 yards from Trey Webb with a touchdown. Kaleb Finley also scored a touchdown as he rushed for 55 yards.
On defense, the Saints got five tackles each from Finley, Alec Blankenship and Tyler Linker. Riggs finished with three tackles.
The Titans could not score in the game, but they did get 19 yards on the ground from Jacob Blissett as well as 18 yards by Noah Greenwell. Jacob Sebastion rushed for 12 yards.
The top tackler for the Titans was Zach Robinson with eight stops while Greenwell finished with seven tackles. Sebastion collected four tackles in the game while both Jeremy Kron and Blissett had three stops.
In the final ‘B’ game of the weekend, the Maryville Patriots slipped past the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 13-6 count.
The Patriots had a strong 1-2 punch as Trent Stetser rushed for 99 yards and Devin Boston added 98 yards as they each scored a touchdown. Ethan Phillips tacked on the extra point as he rushed for 10 yards. Nick Majors added to the offense with 21 yards on the ground.
Majors was the leading tackler for the Patriots with nine while Stetser had eight stops. Phillips collected five tackles while four stops were made by Boston, Andrew Walters and Aiden Kelly. Three tackles were made by Justin Saunders, Austin Hardin and Cameron Nelson.
The only points for the Jaguars came on a 20-yard pass from Jerry Flener to Jacob Robertson. The two combined for 47 yards of passing yards in the game. On the ground, Flener rushed for 29 yards while Devin Fluhr had 14 yards on the ground while Chander Ocasio had 13 yards.
Kyle Cramer was the top tackler for the Jaguars with five while four stops were made by Hunter Nolen and Flener. Wyatt Hall and Fluhr each finished with three tackles.
In the only PeeWee contest on Saturday, there was plenty of offense to go around as the Maryville Patriots turned back the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 46-19.
Scoring three of the touchdowns for the Patriots was Andrew Hadley who rushed for 76 yards in the win. Hunter Hodge as the top ground gainer with 152 yards and he had two touchdowns. Dylan Bush also had a touchdown with 32 yards on the ground while Tyrone Howard rushed for 20 yards with a touchdown and an extra point. The Patriots also got two extra points from Boo Campoamor who rushed for 31 yards while both Andrew Druin and Jalen Dunnavan each had an extra point.
On defense, the Patriots got 11 tackles by Howard and nine stops from both Dunnavan and Justin Montgomery. Conner Dorsey finished with five tackles while both Campoamor and Hodge each made four stops. Hadley and Gavin Wilcoxson were credited with three stops in the game.
All of the points for the Jaguars were scored by Kylor Close as he accounted for 168 yards on the ground.
On the other side of the ball, Hunter Gilpen made five tackles for the Jaguars while both Bobby Cummings and Jordan Mulloy finished with three tackles.
When the action shifted to Sunday, the first game went down to the wire before the Shepherdsville Titans pulled out a 12-7 victory against the Brooks Saints.
Leading the way for the Titans was J.R. Sherrard with 73 yards and one of the scores. The other touchdown was posted by Phillip Hughes who rushed for 10 yards. The offense for Shepherdsville also got 37 yards from Trenton Hodge as well as 19 yards by Jaydian Rinker and 17 yards by Blake Weird.
Hodge was the top tackler for the Titans with five while four stops were made by Sherrard. Both Austin Buechele and Robert Goodlett finished with three tackles.
The only touchdown for Brooks was scored by Durbin who rushed for 52 yards in the game. Gardner added to the stat total with 16 yards on the ground and he had the extra point.
It was a good day on defense for Ashbaugh has he had nine stops for the Saints and six tackles were recorded for Durbin. Both Gardner and D. Probus had five stops while four tackles were made by B. Probus and Sparks.
In the middle game on Sunday, there was not much to separate the two teams before the Mount Washington Colts pulled out a 20-19 victory from the Cedar Grove Vikings.
It was a balanced attack for the Colts led by Mason Israel who finished with 58 yards on the ground with a touchdown and two extra points. Michael Gilliam was right behind with 57 yards on the ground and he added a touchdown. A touchdown was also scored by Matthew Smith who rushed for 20 yards in the game. Landon Hite added to the offense with 23 yards rushing.
On the other side of the ball, the Colts got four tackles each from Jansen Hayden and Brody Smith. Three tackles were collected by Conner Maros, Blake Kelly and Hite.
Two of the touchdowns for the Vikings were scored by Jaylin Bross who rushed for 142 yards in the game. The other scored was by Devin Richards who rushed for 86 yards. The extra point the Vikings scored was posted by Connor Lynn.
Bross was a terror on defense with 11 tackles and the Vikings also got three tackles each from Abe Barrett and Hunter Mattingly.
The final PeeWee contest of the weekend was also decided by a single point as the Pleasant Grove Dolphins slipped past the Old Mil Bengals 7-6.
The touchdown for the Dolphins was scored by Bryce Clements who had 44 yards n the win while Brandon Johnson scored what turned out to be the winning point as he had the extra point. Johnson finished with 11 yards on the ground. Saber Smith added to the offense with 24 yards.
On the other side of the ball, Johnson was the top tackler for the Dolphins with five while four stops were made by Clements. Finishing with three stops were Nathan Webb and Luke Pope.
The only points for the Bengals were scored by Ethan Smith who finished with 64 yards on the ground. The team also got 9-yards on the ground by Caleb Riggs.
Old Mill had a lot of tackles including 14 by Donald Gritton and 11 by Cailen Nalley. Adding to the total was Madison Gauthier who eight tackles while five stops were made by Robert Keown and Smith. Anthony Scott finished with four tackles while both Ethan Milburn and Caleb Riggs had three tackles.
The first game on Saturday for the youngest players in the league got underway with the Maryville Patriots turning back the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by an 18-6 count.
The offense for the Patriots was spread out as three different players scored. Corbin Veach had a touchdown as he rushed for 43 yards while Noah Dunnavan scored a touchdown while rushing for 15 yards. Cole Chester collected 10 yards on the ground and had a touchdown.
On defense, Veach and Mason Coones each had seven tackles to lead the Patriots while five stops were made by Ryan Still. Both Justin Wagner and Dunnavan finished with four stops while three tackles were made by Talon Campoamor, Ayden Boomer, Dylan Lewis, Dakota Waskom and Bryson Wright.
The lone touchdown for the Jaguars was posted by Clayton Williams who had 48 yards on the ground. Justin Priddy added 17 yards to the offense on the ground.
The top tackler for the Jaguars was Wyatt Nolan with six stops while Tyler Hayes made five tackles. Four stops were made by Nicholas Busby, Priddy and Blake Pedley.
It was both a close and a high scoring game in the second contest on Saturday before the Old Mill Bengals managed to turn back the Pleasant Grove Dolphins 25-19.
Scoring two of the touchdowns for the Bengals was Mitchel Polson who rushed for 79 yards in the win. Polson also threw for a touchdown to Alex Webb for 13 yards. Webb also rushed for 17 yards in the win and scored an extra point. Colin Hogue added to the offense with 13 yards on the ground. The defense also scored points as Xavier Hansen returned an interception 43 yards for a touchdown.
On the other side of the ball, both Polson and Webb had six tackles while Curtis Nesbit finished with five tackles. Four stops were made by Mason Gauthier while Hansen, Jacob Kaufman and Jack Silliman each had three tackles.
For Pleasant Grove, it was a good day for Eli Cox who rushed for 54 yards while scoring two touchdowns and adding an extra point. The other touchdown was posted by Jack Tinelli who finished with 17 yards on the ground. Devin Williams rushed for 16 yards for the Dolphins.
Tinelli was the top tackler for the Dolphins with six while Isaac Litton had four tackles. Tyler Spalding collected three tackles.
When the start times shifted to the afternoon on Saturday, it was the Brooks Saints pulling out a 7-0 victory against the Shepherdsville Titans.
The only touchdown in the game was scored by Quentin Mills who rushed for 25 yards in the win. Kevin Ferguson tacked on the extra point and rushed for 38 yards in the game.
On defense, the Saints got five tackles each from Ferguson and Nolan Amburgey while Trey Bentley had four tackles. Three stops were made by J.J. Tarter.
Unfortunately, no stat sheet was turned in for the Titans.
In the final game on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts turned back the Cedar Grove Vikings by a 14-0 score.
One of the touchdowns for the Colts was scored by Jordan Pound and he also added a pair of extra points. The offense for Mount Washington also got 38 yards on the ground by Drew Palmer and 23 yards by Eli Burkhead. The team also got a defensive touchdown from Ben Bowen.
On the other side of the ball, the Colts got three tackles by Cole Unser as well as two tackles each from Palmer, Jaden Smith and Pound.
For Cedar Grove, the top rusher was Garrett Price with 30 yards on the ground while Dylon Todd rushed for 17 yards.
Price was also the leading tackler for the Vikings with five while Jayden Carmony finished with four stops. Todd had three tackles and two stops were made by Carson Griffin.