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Youth league set to start playoffs this weekend

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Greater Bullitt County Youth Football

 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.

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 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 packet by the end of play on Sunday, can be delivered to The Pioneer News’ office in Shepherdsville on Monday 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.

 

The preliminaries are over, now it is time for the real games to begin for the teams in The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League. This past weekend, there was a full slate of games on the final week of the regular season. It felt more like an early season weekend as warm weather continues in the area.

In fact, some of the divisions have already played the feed-in game for the eighth- and ninth-seeded teams to get down to the eight team brackets. Play in the brackets will start this weekend with Championship Saturday set for Oct. 29.

The program with the bye this week was the Cedar Grove Vikings.

 

‘A’ Action

In the only ‘A’ game played on Saturday, the Shepherdsville Titans closed out their first regular season with the new name as they beat the Old Mill Bengals 34-0.

The Titans opted to put the ball in the air some in this game and they got a pair of scoring tosses from Quarterback Dylan Smith who threw for 50 yards in the victory. He threw a touchdown pass to Josh Walls who had 40 yards of receptions while Nathan Meridith also caught a touchdown with 10 yards of receptions. The leading rusher for the Titans was Dustin Arrequin with 80 yards and he had a touchdown and an extra point. Ethan Elsler finished with 69 yards on the ground with a touchdown and two extra points. Chase Harvey also scored a touchdown as he rushed for 32 yards. Smith also scored an extra point.

On the other side of the ball, Arrequin had a big day with seven tackles while six stops were made by Harvey. Both Josh and Jesse Walls each collected four tackles while Cameron Blevins was credited with three tackles.

The Bengals could not get the ball to the endzone, but the offense did get 35 yards rushing from Cameron Dossey as well as 12 yards by K. Lawrence. Dossey also passed for 13 yards including 10 yards to E. Arnett.

The top tackler for the Bengals was Dossey with four while Ethan Dawson had two tackles.

When the action shifted to Sunday afternoon, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins got the best of the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 39-0 count.

The Dolphins scored four times in the first quarter and then coasted to the win. Chad Caldwell led the ground attack with 119 yards and he scored a pair of touchdowns. Pleasant Grove also got 64 yards on the ground from Gavin Brown who had a touchdown and quarterback Sonny Foreman had a touchdown as he rushed for 13 yards. Brent Matheny also had a touchdown and Zach Hopper kicking an extra point. The other touchdown came on an interception return by Cole Stump and the extra point was added by Chase Rafferty. The offense for the Dolphins also got 30 yards from Austin Dattilo and 22 yards by Ian Brown. Foreman completed three passes for 41 yards with Justin Defler having 27 reception yards and Dattilo the other 14 yards.

When the Dolphins did have to play defense, they got six tackles by Jeremiah Johnson along with three tackles each from Hopper, Defler, Eric Bland and Stump.

Unfortunately, no stat sheet was turned in by Jaguars.

The final game on Sunday was a preview for a game this coming weekend as the Maryville Patriots slipped past the Mount Washington Colts 32-27. The teams will meet again on Sunday in the first round of the play-offs.

Two of the touchdowns for the Patriots were scored by Daulton Walls who finished with 112 yards on the ground and he also caught 23 yards of passes from quarterback Austin Harding. Harding passes for 82 yards in the win. The Patriots also got 73 yards on the ground by Nik Hayes who rushed for 73 yards and a score while Nathan Johnson rushed for 56 yards and caught passes for 40 yards with one touchdown. Travis Griffin added to the offense with 28 yards on the ground with a touchdown. The winners also got extra points from Chase Morrison and Donnie Gearlds.

On defense, the Patriots got a strong showing from Wyatt Blevins with eight tackles while Hayes finished with six tackles. The winners also got five tackles by Walls and four by Griffin.

The Colts also had a lot of offense including a pair of touchdowns by Levi Bradley who rushed for 90 yards. Another score was posted by Allan Miles who rushed for 69 yards. Matthew Snawder threw the ball for 107 yards including 95 of those yards to Steven Brown who went 70 yards on one of the passes for a touchdown. Brown added an extra point and the Colts also got extra points from Noah Payne and Josh Reynolds.

Miles had a big day on defense as he made 13 tackles. The Colts also got seven tackles by Kameron Hinkley as well as six stops by Reynolds and four by Logan Henry. Three tackles were made by Blake Hester, Brown, Jared Melton and Bradley.

 

‘B’ Battles

In the early morning ‘B’ game on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts got the best of the Maryville Patriots by a 26-6 count.

Hunter Perdue had another big game for the Colts as he rushed for 187 yards to go over 1,000 yards for the season. Three of those runs by Perdue ended with touchdowns. The other touchdown was posted by Michael Page. Extra points for the Colts were scored by Tyler Harris who rushed for 17 yards and by Matt Wheeler. Joseph Ridener added to the offense with 22 yards on the ground.

On defense, Hunter Chapman led the Colts with six tackles while Perdue and Ridener each had six stops. Five tackles were recorded for Harris, Jansen Thompson and Stephen Payne while both Jeremy Riggs and Tony Polichetti had four tackles. Page and Austin Smith finished with three tackles.

The only points for the Patriots were scored by Andrew Brown who rushed for 44 yards and completed passes for 45 yards to Trent Stetser. The offense for the Patriots also got 42 yards on the ground from Nick Majors as well as 18 yards from Devin Boston and 13 from Stetser.

The top tackler for the Patriots was Majors with six while four stops were recorded for Dylan Skaer and Tyler Hurst. Blake Caple finished with three tackles.

Next, it was the Pleasant Grove Dolphins getting the best of the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 30-6 count.

Ethan Smith paced the Dolphins with 133 yards on the ground and one of the touchdowns. The winners also got 114 yards from Cameron Trees along with 54 yards by Jonathan Mayes with a touchdown. Dylan Brigmon rushed for 28 yards with a touchdown in the win while Jacob Mayes collected 24 yards on the ground with a touchdown. The player scoring a fifth touchdown was not noted.

On the other side of the ball, the Dolphins got four tackles each from both Jacob Laughlin and Trees while three stops were credited to Jarret Dattilo and Samuels King.

The Jaguars had a lot of trouble moving the ball, but did get a touchdown and 12 yards on the ground from Jerry Flener. Devin Fluhr added six yards on the ground.

Flener was also the leading tackler for the Jaguars with six while five stops were recorded for Fluhr and Elijah Dennison. Garrett Mann finished with three tackles.

In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Overdale Chiefs rolled past the Brooks Saints by a 33-0 score.

Two of the touchdowns for the Chiefs were scored by Mario Convenuto who finished with 43 yards on the ground and also passed for 24 yards to Evan Mooney. Mooney also rushed for 12 yards as he had a touchdown. Zach Golab led the Chiefs on the ground with 72 yards and a touchdown while Chace Hollan had a touchdown as he rushed for 34 yards. The offense also got 19 yards from Peyton Luttrell and 13 yards by Noah Nida. Extra points for the Chiefs were scored by Daulton Cloud, Jimmy King and Tyler Tipton.

Overdale got six tackles by Golab as well as five stops each from Convenuto, Mason Hill and Tyler Smith. Luttrell finished with four tackles while three stops were made by Dylan Embry and King.

Brooks cold not reach the endzone in the game, but the Saints did get 45 yards on the ground from Dylan Riggs and 14 yards on the ground by Bo Reece.

On defense, Trey Webb was the leading tackler for Brooks with six stops while four tackles were made by Shawn Holder, Daustin P’pool, Anthony Greenwell and Reece. Both Alec Blankenship and Riggs had three tackles.

In the final ‘B’ game of the weekend, the Old Mill Bengals got past the Shepherdsville Titans by a 30-0 score.

Four of the touchdowns for the Bengals were scored by Mitchell Wurtsmith who finished with 75 yards on the ground. On of the touchdowns for Wurtsmith came on a 70-yard interception return. The other score was posted by Trevor Curtsinger who rushed for 29 yards and also passed for 45 yards. The offense for the Bengals also got 15 yards on the ground by Chase Clark and 16 yards of receiving from Max Gauthier.

On the other side of the ball, the Bengals got five tackles by Curtsinger as well as four tackles each from Wurtsmith, Jaden Millard and Trevor Dawson. Three tackles were made by Zeke Kern.

The leading rusher for the titans in the loss was Daylin Huff as he collected 47 yards on the ground while Dillion Rinker rushed for 31 yards.

The leading tackler for the Titans was Ashton Collins with four while Kyler Flener, Tay Higdon and Josh Roution had two tackles each.

‘B’ Play-in Contest

On Sunday, the Shepherdsville Titans managed to squeeze past the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 7-6 in the play-in game to get into the 8-team bracket for the post-season tourney.

The touchdown for the Titans was scored by Daylin Huff and the important extra point was scored by Kyler Flener. Both Huff and Flener each rushed for 34 yards in the win. Ethan Hornack added 15 yards to the offense.

On the other side of the ball, Huff collected nine tackles while Jeremiah Bush finished with sieve tackles. Flener totaled six tackles while Shane Goodall finished with four tackles. Three stops were made by Ashton Collins, Christian Boman and Hornack.

For Lebanon Junction, the touchdown was scored by Devn Fluhr who finished with 82 yards on the ground. Jerry Flener accounted for 43 yards on the ground and he also completed passes for 58 yards with 56 of those yards going to DJ Chappell.

Flener was the top tackler for the Jaguars with seven while Brien Hall had five tackles. Both Jacob Robertson and Fluhr had four tackles. Three stops were collected by Dustin Weber, Laren Ocasio and Jason Bosier.

 

PeeWee Wars

In the only PeeWee contest played on Saturday, the Old Mill Bengals closed out the regular season with a 14-0 decision over the Shepherdsville Titans.

Unfortunately, the stat sheet turned in by the Bengals did not list who scored the touchdowns for the winners. Old Mill did get 40 yards on the ground from Seth Jutz as well as 20 yards by Hunter Nolen and 16 by Dain Hawkins. Jutz had 52 passing yards and Luke Reynolds passed for 17 yards.

On defense, the Bengals got four tackles each from Julina Cahoe, Hawkins and Nolen. The two also got two tackles each from Cory Culver, Isaiah Jenner and Jutz.

The Titans had a lot of trouble moving the ball. The team did get 10 yards by TJ Heilman along with seven yards by Jeremy Kron and six by >Dylan Baggett.

Chris Sturgion was the leading tackler for the Titans with six while five stops were made by both Zach Robinson and Baggett.

When the action shifted to Sunday, the overdale Chiefs got the first win as they beat the Brooks Saints 28-0.

There was a very balanced attack for the Chiefs led by Brock Snead with 91 yards on the ground which included a touchdown and an extra point. The Chiefs also got 37 yards from Brendon Hill with a touchdown while Daylin Jarvis had a touchdown while rushing for 15 yards and Zach Vorbrink had a touchdown and an extra point as he rushed for 10 yards. Adding to the attack was Logan Steinmacher who had an extra point while rushing for 38 yards while Zane Sample had an extra point as he rushed for 12 yards.

On the other side of the ball, Hill collected eight tackles while both Steinmacher and Nathan Davis finished with three tackles. Bryce Saylor also made two tackles.

The Saints had trouble moving the ball in this game, but did get 14 yards on the ground from Gardner as well as 10 yards from Durbin and seven yards by Phillips.

Phillips had a big day on defense with ten tackles while both Gardner and Jones collected two tackles.

The middle game on Sunday was the closest of the weekend for the PeeWee teams as the Maryville Patriots slipped past the Mount Washington Colts 19-13.

Hunter Hodge had two of the touchdowns for the Patriots as he rushed for 32 yards. The other score was posted by Connor Stout who rushed for 31 yards. Jacob Morrison added to the offense with 33 yards on the ground and an extra point. Andrew Hadley finished with nine yards on the ground.

On the other side of the ball, the Patriots got four tackles each from Ty Howard and Stout. Three stops were turned in by Hadley, Aidan Kelley, Morrison and Justin Saunders.

All of the points for the Colts were scored by Dalton hatter who rushed for 38 yards with two touchdowns and an extra point. The offense for the Colts also got 52 yards on the ground from Montrell Page and 28 yards by Joseph Osbourne. Blake Rhoades completed two passes for 16 yards to Michael Conforti.

On defense, the Colts got nine tackles each from Page and Rhoades as well as seven tackles by Conner Groves. Five stops were made by Osbourne while Conforti had four tackles.

In the final PeeWee game of the regular season, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins earned the number one seed heading into the post-season with a 40-0 victory over the Lebanon Junction Jaguars.

Cade Miller had a huge game for the Dolphins as he rushed for 159 yards and scored four touchdowns. The other scoring force for the Dolphins was the passing of Tyler Gribbins to Landon Maki. The pair passed for 101 yards with two of the strikes going for touchdowns as well as an extra point. Saber Smith also added an extra point.

On the other side of the ball, both Miller and Maki had six tackles while five stops were made by Nathan Webb. Bryce Clements collected four tackles while three stops were made by Mason Huff and Zack Ballard.

Unfortunately, no stat sheet was turned in by Jaguars for this game.

 

Little Bullitts

In the opening Little Bullitts game of the weekend, the action went down to the wire before the Old Mill Bengals turned back the Shepherdsville Titans by a 21-19 score.

Two of the touchdowns for the Bengals were score by Cameron Helm who rushed for 72 yards. Mitchell Polson also helped out with a touchdown and he caught an extra point pass while rushing for 35 yards in the win. AJ Phillips added to the offense with an extra point as he rushed for five yards.

The top tackler for the Bengals was Madison Gauthier with six stops while both Helm and Caleb Riggs had five tackles. Three stops were also made by Colin Hogue, Calien Nalley, Polson and Phillips.

For the Titans, two of the touchdowns were scored by Eric Miller who rushed for 55 yards. The offense also got 73 yards on the ground from Blake Weird who had a touchdown and an extra point. Adding to the offense was Jarrett Ricketts with 23 yards on the ground.

Blake Weird was also the leading tackler for the Titans with six while Jared Hibbard collected five tackles. Both Daniel Weird and Blake Heilman finished with three tackles.

In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins stayed hot as they beat the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 26-7.

Patrick Ballard led the Dolphins with 48 yards on the ground and he scored two of the touchdowns. Casey Harbolt also had two scores while rushing for 33 yards.. Both of the extra points for the Dolphins were scored by Ethan Haddaway who rushed for 15 yards.

On defense, the Dolphins got six tackles from Gavin Coffman while four tackles were recorded for Haddaway, Harbolt, Devin Williams, Ethan Taipalus and Luke Pope. The Dolphins also got three tackles from Ballard.

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

There was a shut-out in the third Little Bullitts’ game on Saturday as the Overdale Chiefs turned back the Brooks Saints 22-0.

Two of the touchdowns for the Chiefs were scored by Nathan Nida who rushed for 50 yards and also returned an interception 28 yards for a touchdown as well as scoring an extra point. The leading rusher for the Chiefs was Grayson Hill with 68 yards and he had a touchdown and an extra point. Zach Carter rushed for 10 yards and Jake Gillenwater added eight yards on the ground.

The top tacklers for Overdale were Hill and Nida with five each while Beau Clark made four tackles.

The Saints were able to move the ball some, but could not score. B. Probus led the way with 57 yards on the ground and he also passed for 12 yards to D. Probus. D. Probus did rush for 12 yards.

On defense, the Saints for give tackles from Lucas as well as four by D. Probus. M. Smith finished with three tackles.

In the final Little Bullitts’ game of the regular season, the Mount Washington Colts beat the Maryville Patriots by a 27-0 score.

The leading rusher for the Colts was Steven Bowen with 64 yards and he had a touchdowns. Cooper Calvert collected 36 yards on the ground with an extra point while Aeron Adams rushed for 35 yards with a touchdown. The other score was posted by Tucker Blanford.

Jansen Hayden was the top tackler for the Colts with five while four tackles were made by Blanford and Brody Smith. Calvert added three tackles to the total.

The leading rusher for the Patriots was Connor Dorsey with 16 yards while Tanner Wilson added 10 yards on the ground.

On the other side of the ball, the Patriots got four tackles by Justin Montgomery as well as three stops from Dorsey. Two tackles were made by Brett Sizemore and Wilson.

Play-in Contest

The number eight team for the post-season for the Little Bullitts will be the Brooks Saints after they beat the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 33-0.

Two of the touchdowns for the Saints were scored by D. Probus who rushed for 78 yards. B. Probus rushed for 24 yards and scored a touchdowns while N. Sparks rushed for 31 yards while scoring a touchdown and two extra points. Lucas finished with a touchdown and an extra point while rushing for 20 yards.

On the other side of the ball, Rios had six tackles for the Saints while Bentley had four. Three stops were made by B. Proubs, D. Probus, Mills and M. Smith.

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