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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.
The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League completed the first section of the 2012 campaign this past weekend with a full slate of games. With the schedule that the league uses, most of the teams break the slate down into three sections, starting with the three weeks of play before Labor Day. There is then the six weeks of play after Labor Day. The third and most important section is the post-season which will start the week of Oct. 15.
There will be no games played this coming weekend as the league takes a break for the Labor Day Weekend.
For the first time this season, every team that was in action this past weekend turned in a stat sheet.
The program with the bye this week was the Mount Washington Colts.
Because the Brooks Saints had to drop their ‘A’ program this season, there was no game played on Saturday for the oldest players in the league.
When action heated up on Sunday, the first game had the Shepherdsville Titans getting the best of the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 55-6 count.
There was plenty of offense to go around for the Titans. Coulter had a big game with two touchdowns and a pair of extra points as he rushed for 120 yards. The Titans also got two touchdowns from Elsler who led the team with 125 yards on the ground.
Adding to the scoring was C Beatrizola who rushed for 20 yards and had kick returns for 85 yards as he scored a pair of touchdowns. All getting a touchdown was Johnson who collected 44 yards on the ground. Adding to the offense was Huff with 39 yards on the ground with a pair of extra points. Also scoring two extra points was D. Collins who rushed for 16 yards. Flener rushed for nine yards and had an extra point. Through the air, Youngs passed for 63 yards.
On the other side of the ball, Shepherdsville got four stops from Coulter as well as three tackles each from Collins, Huff and Boman.
For Lebanon Junction, the only points were scored by Duncan Strong as he rushed for 100 yards. The quarterback also passed for 31 yards with all of the receiving being done by Dakota Strong. Adding to the Jaguars’ offense was Dylan Raatz with 15 yards on the ground while Hayden Coulter rushed for nine yards.
The top tackler for the Jaguars was Dakota Strong with five stops while four stops were turned in by Cody Mitchell. Andrew Fiedler finished with two stops.
In the middle game on Sunday, the Old Mill Bengals picked up a shut-out as they turned back the Overdale Chiefs by a 25-0 score.
This game included a rare event for youth league football as the Bengals’ Mitchell Langley booted a 25-yard field goal. Langley also kicked two extra points and he scored a touchdown as he rushed for 35 yards in the win. Adding to the scoring was Ethan Arnett with a touchdown as he rushed for 39 yards. Another touchdown was posted by Konnor Polson who rushed for 22 yards and threw passes for 43 yards. The passing included 19 yards to Grayson Payne and 16 yards to Arnett. Payne also rushed for 22 and the Bengals also got 25 yards on the ground from Dalton Gillespie.
On defense, Old Mill got five tackles each from Trevor Dawson and Arnett. Gillespie collected four tackles while Polson finished with three stops.
The Overdale offense could not dent the endzone, but the team did get 72 yards on the ground by Tanner Threlkel. Adding to the ground attack was Blake Steinmacher with 15 yards while Peyton Luttrell finished with 13 yards. Both Chanse McKenzie and Evan Mooney rushed for 10 yards.
On defense, the Chiefs got eight tackles by Cameron Burton and five stops by McKenzie. Threlkel finished with four stops while both Slade Uncleback and Conner Hill had three tackles.
In the final game on Sunday, the Maryville Patriots picked up a shut-out as they turned back the Cedar Grove Vikings 34-0.
It was a big day on offense for the Patriots Johnson as he scored three touchdowns while also kicking a pair of extra points. Johnson finished with 190 yards on the ground and he also passed for 109 yards. Most of the passing yards went to Benz who had 105 yards of receptions while also rushing for 67 yards while scoring a pair of touchdowns. The Maryville offense also got ten yards on the ground from both Newton and Hurst.
On the other side of the ball, the Patriots got seven tackles by Cummings as well as five tackles each from Hurst, Claycomb, Caple and Neal. Adding to that total was Robertson, Plyman and Johnson with four tackles.
Cedar Grove did not score, but the Vikings did get 60 yards on the ground by Adam Bolin as well as 26 yards from Brian Schmidt. Quarterback Marc Gartner threw for 29 yards in the loss with 22 of those yards in the air going to Chris Heck. The other seven yards went to Bolin. The Vikings also got ten yards on the ground by Gavin Curry.
The top tackler for the Vikings was Schmidt with five stops. The team also got three tackles each from Gartner, Roby Schank and Dillion Sizemore.
On the first game on Saturday morning, the Cedar Grove Vikings pulled out a touch 20-14 victory over the Maryville Patriots.
Two of the touchdowns in the game for the Vikings were score by Seth Mitchell who rushed for 189 yards in the win. The other touchdown was scored by Samuel Mitchell who collected 13 yards on the ground. The Vikings got 32 yards on the ground from Geremiah Smith who tallied an extra point. Dylan Baggett rushed for an additional 12 yards while Jacob Dillman had seven yards on the ground and he scored an extra point.
On the other side of the ball, the Vikings got five tackles by Isaiah Crosby along with four tackles by Seth Mitchell. Three stops were made by Smith, Dillman, John Seay and Jake Mann.
Maryville had good offense in the tight game also. The Patriots were led on the ground by Devin Boston who had 93 yards while scoring one of the touchdowns. The other touchdown was posted by Ethan Phillips who rushed for six yards. Adding both of the extra points was Trent Stetser who had 40 yards on the ground. Nick Majors rushed for an additional 47 yards.
The top tackler for the Patriots was Majors with seven while both Stetser and Boston collected five tackles. Phillips finished the game with four tackles while Andrew Walters, Justin Saunders and Jacob Morrison each had three stops.
The second game on Saturday went to the Overdale Chiefs as they turned back the Old Mill Bengals by a 12-0 count.
Both of the touchdowns in the game were scored by Noah Nida who finished with 100 yards on the ground. Nida also passed for 27 yards in the win with 15 of those yards going to Dylan Embry and 12 yards to Jeffery Richards. Adding to the offense for the Chiefs was Dylan Davis with 49 yards on the ground while Embry rushed for 14 yards. Logan Steinmacher rushed for nine yards in the game.
On defense, Embry collected four tackles. Three stops were also made by Davis.
For Old Mill, they could not get to the endzone but the team did get 36 yards on the ground by Nicholas Leslie as well as 21 yards on the ground by Chase Clark. Quarterback Seth Jutz passed for 20 yards to Leslie.
On defense, the Bengals got six stops from Clark as well as five by Jutz. Adding four tackles to the defense were Jacob Thomas and Christian Eberhardt.
In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Lebanon Junction Jaguars got the best of the Shepherdsville Titans by a 28-0 score.
Four different players scored a touchdown for the Jaguars. Jerry Flener rushed for 70 yards in the win with one of the touchdowns. The offense also got 44 yards and a touchdown by Devin Fluhr as well as 29 yards from Hunter Nolen with a touchdown. Jacob Robertson also had a touchdown. Flener also passed for 23 yards in the win with 18 of those yards going to John Barnes. The players scoring the extra points were not noted on the score sheet.
The top tackler for the Jaguars was Wyatt Hall with four stops while Robbie Ice collected three tackles.
The stat sheet for the Titans did not show any offensive numbers.
On defense, Shepherdsville had five tackles by Kron as well as four stops each from Heilman, Robinson, Vincent and Puckett. Greenwell finished with three tackles.
The final ‘B’ game of the weekend saw the Pleasant Grove Dolphins defeat the Brooks Saints by an 18-0 count.
Pleasant Grove’s offense scored two of the touchdowns in the game and both came on passes from quarterback Connor Abnee. One was a 5-yard pass to Cade Miller and the other a 7-yard pass to Brandon Hall. The other score came in the fourth quarter when Zach Reiners recovered a blocked punt in the endzone. On offense, the Dolphins did get 64 yards on the ground from Abnee who also passed for 45 yards. Miller finished with 15 yards on the ground while Mason Huff rushed for ten yards. The top receiver for the Dolphins was Landon Maki with 20 yards while Huff caught passes for ten yards.
On the other side of the ball, the Dolphins had eight tackles by Justin Campbell along with seven stops each by Maki and Abnee. Reiners finished the game with five tackles while four stops were made by Huff and Miller. Three tackles were credited to Chase Blanton and Even Lambert.
The Saints could not reach the endzone in this game but they did get 30 yards on the ground from Kaleb Finley along with 8-yards by Dylan Riggs.
On the other side of the ball, Trey Webb collected eight tackles for the Saints while six stops were made by Tyler Linker. Both Finley and Alec Blankenship made four tackles while three stops were made by Riggs and Zachery Stinson.
In the only PeeWee game played on Saturday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins got the best of the Brooks Saints by a 27-6 score.
Three of the touchdowns in the game for the Dolphins were scored by Bryce Clements who rushed for 101 yards. Clements also scored an extra point. The other touchdown for the Dolphins was posted by Collin Powell who rushed for 23 yards and he also added an extra point. Saber Smith added 17 yards on the ground with an extra point. An extra point was also scored by Nathan Webb.
The top tackler for Pleasant Grove was Luke Pope with five while four stops were made by Powell, Patrick Ballard and Brandon Johnson.
The only touchdown posted by Brooks was scored by Cole Durbin who rushed for 54 yards. The offense also got 48 yards on the ground from Clyde Gardner. Through the air, the Saints got 12 yards from quarterback Dennis Cleveland to Durbin.
On the other side of the ball, Cleveland led the Saints with five tackles while four stops were recorded for Rios, Durbin and Gardner.
When the action shifted to Sunday afternoon, the first PeeWee contest of the day had the Overdale Chiefs beating the Old Mill Bengals by a 19-0 count.
The stat sheet for the Chiefs listed rushing yards but did not say who scored the touchdowns. Brock Snead paced the Chiefs with 63 yards on the ground while the offense also got 54 yards by Nathan Nida, 47 yards from Zack Vorbrink and 13 yards by Cory Luttrell.
On the other side of the ball, Bryce Saylor finished with five tackles while three stops were made by Snead.
Old Mill could not reach the endzone on Sunday, but the team did get 60 yards on the ground by Ethan Smith along with 30 yards rushing by Camron Helm and 25 yards by Donald Gritton. Through the air, Gritton passed for 16 yards to Smith.
Gritton had a big day on defense for the Bengals with ten tackles while five stops were credited to Madison Gauthier. Four stops were made by Helm as well as three by Ethan Milburn.
In the middle game on Sunday, the Maryville Patriots recorded a 30-13 decision over the Cedar Grove Vikings.
Three of the touchdowns for the Patriots were scored by Hunter Hodge who rushed for 96 yards in the win. Hodge also scored a pair or extra points. The Patriots also got 82 yards on the ground from Andrew Hadley who had a touchdown and an extra point. Tyrone Howard added a touchdown as he rushed for 4-yards Boo Campaomor rushed for 34 yards in the win. Jalen Dunnavan added an extra point on a pass from Hodge. Hodge passed for 13 yards in the win with ten of those yards going to Hadley.
On the other side of the ball, Hadley had eight tackles for the Patriots while Howard had seven stops. Adding to the defense was Dunnavan with six tackles while five stops were credited to Campoamor and Justin Montgomery. Taylor Coy finished with three tackles.
Only one of the touchdowns for the Vikings was on the state sheet and that was the one by Devin Richards who rushed for 15 yards in the game. The top rusher for the Vikings was Jaylin Bross who finished with 108 yards on the ground. The offense for the Vikings also got 15 yards by Connor Lynn.
The top tacklers for the Vikings were Bross and Richards with eight each while Derek Goff had seven stops. The defense also got four stops by Abe Barrett and three by Cole Townsley.
In the final game on Sunday, the Lebanon Junction Jaguars recorded a 20-7 victory against the Shepherdsville Titans.
Leading the way for the Jaguars was Kylor Close with 154 yards on the ground as he scored three touchdowns as well as an extra point. The other extra point was scored by Jordan Mulloy who rushed for 11 yards. Adding to the ground attack was Zack Adams who rushed for 39 yards while Dalson Strong picked up 29 yards on the ground.
Close was also the top tackler for the Jaguars with nine while Strong had four stops. Three tackles were recorded for both Bryan Weller and Mulloy.
The Titans did get a touchdown but that was not on the score sheet. The top rusher for the team was Trenton Hodge with 128 yards while the team also got 27 yards from J.R. Sherrard on the ground along with 10 yards by Eric Miller, nine yards by Phillip Hughes and eight yards by Jaydian Rinker.
The top tackler for the Titans was Robert Goodlett with ten stops including four sacks. Austin Buechele was credited with eight tackles while Hughes had four stops and Carson Edlin had three.
When the youngest players in the league went into action on Saturday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins picked up a tight win in the first game as they turned back the Brooks Saints 19-13.
Two of the touchdowns for the Dolphins were scored by Devin Williams who finished with 55 yards on the ground. The other score was posted by Jack Tinelli who finished with 22 yards on the ground. Adding to the offense in a big way was Eli Cox who rushed for 42 yards and he had an extra point.
On the other side of the ball, Ryan Rayhill was the top tackler for the Dolphins with six while four tackles were collected by Gage Ferguson.
All of the points for the Saints in the tough loss were posted by Quentin Mills who rushed for 94 yards in the game. The Saints also got 61 yards on the ground from Kevin Ferguson. Mills also passed for 30 yards in the game with 20 of those yards going to Ferguson.
The top tackler for the Saints was Jay Jay Tarter with eight stops while Ferguson has four tackles. Both Trey Bentley and Ty Bentley had three tackles.
In the second Little Bullitts game of the day, the Shepherdsville Titans pulled out a 20-6 victory over the Lebanon Junction Jaguars.
Two of the touchdowns for the Titans were scored by Chase Johnson who rushed for 10 yards in the win. Nathaniel Craven rushed for 89 yards for the Titans and he had a touchdown and an extra point.
On the other side of the ball, Tyler Caudill led the winners with eight tackles. In addition, both Jarrett Ricketts and Craven finished with four stops.
The only points for the Jaguars were scored by Justin Priddy who rushed for 30 yards in the game. The offense for the Jaguars also got 14 yards on the ground from Clayton Williams and five yards each from Jackson Brown and Nicholas Busby.
Wyatt Nolan was the top tackler for the Jaguars with nine stops while five tackles were made by Priddy. Four tackles were credited to Williams while both Tyler Hayes and Blake Pedley had three stops.
The Old Mill Bengals picked up a win in the third game on Saturday as they turned back the Overdale Chiefs by a 27-0 score.
Two of the touchdowns for the Bengals were scored by Mitchell Polson as he rushed for 58 yards in the win. Colin Hogue also had a touchdown in the win as he rushed for 49 yards and he also caught an extra point. The other score was posted by Xavier Hansen who finished with 14 yards on the ground. Alex Webb added an extra point as he rushed for 16 yards. Adding to the offense was Mason Gauthier with 10 yards on the ground while Jack Gentry rushed for nine yards. Polson passed for 10 yards to Webb.
On defense, the Bengals got eight tackles from Webb as well as six by Curtis Nesbit. Hansen finished with five tackles while four stops were made by both Jack Silliman and Hogue.
Overdale failed to score in the game but they did get 14 yards on the ground from Dylan Marsillo and 11 yards by Dayton Hendrix.
Hendrix was the leading tackler for the Chiefs with six while Hank Moore had two tackles.
In the final game on Saturday, the Maryville Patriots recorded a 26-6 decision over the Cedar Grove Vikings.
Two of the scores for the Patriots were posted by Dakota Waskom who rushed for 38 yards. Adding a touchdown and an extra point was Alex Key who rushed for 30 yards while Cole Chester scored a touchdown as he rushed for 10 yards. Noah Dunnavan had an extra point in the win as he rushed for 36 yards. Adding to the offense was Corbin Veach who rushed for 16 yards.
The top tackler for the Patriots was Veach with five stops while Mason Coones had four tackles. Three stops were made by Waskom, Justin Wagner, Avery Kelley and Ryan Still.
The only points for the Vikings were scored by Levi Dalton who rushed for 36 yards in the game. The Vikings also got 23 yards on the ground by Dylon Todd.
On the other side of the ball, Jayden Carmony had nine tackles for the Vikings while Carson Griffin finished with five stops Dalton added four tackles to the total while both Garrett Price and Eli Howard had two tackles.