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SHEPHERDSVILLE – Once again this season, The Pioneer News will run the results from The Great Bullitt County Youth Football League in each Wednesday edition during the season.
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 stat 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 office by the end of play on Saturday can be delivered to The Pioneer News’ office in Shepherdsville on Monday, but need to here before noon. Stat sheets can also be faxed to 955-9704 or the information can be emailed to email@example.com.
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 stat sheets available at the end of the season.
It appears that The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League is living a charmed life this fall. A week after overnight rains cleared out for Saturday morning games, the teams returned to action on a beautiful Saturday and got the games completed before steady rain moved into the area later that night.
This is the start of the longest stretch of the season as the league just completed the fourth of six straight weeks of regular season games before the play-offs begin on Oct. 19. Championship Saturday is set for Nov. 2.
The program with the ‘bye’ this week was the Maryville Patriots.
In the first game of the day on Saturday morning, the Shepherdsville Titans picked up a victory as they defeated the Brooks Saints 34-0.
Shepherdsville attacked through the air and on the ground in this game. Three of the touchdowns for the Titans were scored by Dillian Rinker with two of those coming on a 78-yard pass from Christopher Phillips and another on a pass from Chandler Youngs. Rinker also scored on the ground as he rushed for 32 yards in the win. Another touchdown was scored by Kyler Flener as he rushed for 25 yards and he also had an extra Points. Adding to the scoring was Zachary Clark who rushed for 38 yards. The scoring also got two points from Casey Wethington who recorded a safety. Also adding to the offense was Youngs who passed for 40 yards and ran for 11 yards. Phillips also ran for 12 yards while Ashton Collins had 16 yards, Huff 10 yards and Schmitt 10 yards.
On the other side of the ball, the Titans were led by Tanner Schmidt with eight tackles while seven stops were made by Wethington and Rinker. Finishing with five tackles were Collins, Daylin Huff and Clark. Three tackles were recorded for Youngs, Phillips, Dylan Jackson, Flener, Brian Spaulding and Shane Goodall.
Unfortunately, no stat sheet was turned into the office for the Saints.
In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts defeated the Old Mill Bengals by an 18-6 count.
Two of the touchdowns for the Colts were scored by Tyler Harris as he rushed for 97 yards. The other score went to Joseph Ridener who rushed for 19 yards. The Colts also got 87 yards on the ground from Michael Page as well as 10 yards from Bryan Skirvin. Through the air, Mount Washington had quarterback Eric Murrill passing for 25 yards to Page.
On defense, the Colts were led by Hunter Chapman with six tackles while five stops were recorded for Page and Evan Spurgeon. Adding to that with four tackles were Clay Williams and Grant Hatter while three stops were made by D.. Chappell and Tony Polichetti.
Unfortunately, after the game, the Bengals did not turn in a score sheet.
In the mid-afternoon game on Saturday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins turned back the Lebanon Junction Jaguars by a 32-6 count.
It was another big day for Ethan Smith of the Dolphins as he rushed for 193 yards while scoring three touchdowns and a pair of extra points. The offense for the Dolphins also got two touchdowns by Jonathan Mayes as he rushed for 56 yards and aught passes for 110 yards. Unfortunately, the stat sheet did not say who threw all the passes. Pleasant Grove also got 12 yards on the ground by Jacob Jeffries and 20 yards in the air from Kevin Clark.
On the other side of the ball, the Dolphins got eight tackles by Eric Bland as well as five stops from Smith. Clark finished with four tackles. Collecting three tackles were Sam King, Jarrett Dattilo, Jacob Laughlin, Jeffries, Mayes and Justin Campbell.
The touchdown for the Jaguars came on a pass from Jerry Flener to Jacob Robertson. The pair teamed up for 96 yards through the air in the contest. The Jaguars also got 16 yards on the ground from Timmy Theiler, 12 yards from Flener and 10 yards by Devin Fluhr.
Leading the defense for the Jaguars was Fluhr with six stops while both Flener and Wyatt Hall had four stops. Three tackles were made by Dustin Weber, Brien Hall and Garrett Mann.
In the final ‘A’ game on Saturday, the Overdale Chiefs had it going as they beat the Cedar Grove Vikings 52-0.
Overdale did it all on the ground led by Mario Convenuto as he rushed for 120 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns. The Chiefs also got 63 yards from Zack Golab and he scored two touchdowns and also added an extra point. Single touchdowns were added by Noah Nida who rushed for 61 yards, Derrick Lewis who had 39 yards as well as scores from both Peyton Luttrell and Chase Holland who both rushed for seven yards. Adding to the offense on the ground was Dylan Embry with 61 yards while Dylan Lay had 38 yards. Tyler Smith added 16 yards on the ground.
The top tackler for the Chiefs was Lewis with four while both Convenuto and Hunter Mulinex had three stops.
It was a long day for the Vikings but they did get 50 yards on the ground from Trent Davis along with 15 yards by Geremiah Smith.
On the other side of the ball, the Vikings got eight stops by Isaiah Crosby as well as five by Smith. Four stops were credited to Davis and Noah Glass while three stops were made by Isaiah Thurman and Jonah Glass.
The first game scheduled on Saturday included the Brooks Saints but their ‘B’ team disbanded so the Shepherdsville Titans picked up a victory by forfeit.
The first game that was played in the ‘B’ Division on Saturday had the Mount Washington Colts turning back the Old Mill Bengals 27-7 in a contest of local rivals.
Three of the touchdowns for the Colts were scored by Dalton Hatter who rushed for 101 yards in the win. Mount Washington also got a touchdown and an extra point from Blake Rhoades who rushed for 41 yards in the win and he also completed passes for 28 yards including 21 yards to Preston Goers and seven-yards to Jonathan Maros. Montrell Page rushed for 29 yards in the win with an extra point and Nolen Cashon also scored an extra point.
Rhoades also had a big game on defense as he led the Colts with five tackles. The team also got four stops each from Page and Maros. Three tackles were recorded by Conner Groves and Hatter.
Old Mill got another big game from quarterback Seth Jutz as he rushed for 111 yards and he scored the team’s only touchdown. The player scoring the extra point was not on the score sheet.
On the other side of the ball, the Bengals got six tackles each from Jutz and Ethan Milburn while both Julian Cahoe and Joey Nesbitt had five tackles. Dain Hawkins finished with four tackles.
In the late-afternoon game on Saturday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins defeated the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 25-0.
The only thing on the Pleasant Grove score sheet was the notation ‘the Dolphins’ offensive line had a great game wedge blocking against the Jaguars.’
For Lebanon Junction, the leading rusher was Nathaniel Cisneros who had 29 yards while Kyle Cramer rushed for 15 yards. Cramer also passed for 12 yards and Jordan Mulloy passed for 11 yards.
On defense, the Jaguars got seven tackles by Cramer as well as four stops each from Anthony McCubbins and Alex Barnhard. Three tackles were recorded for Kylor Close, Robbie Ice and Tanner Ensor.
In the game under the lights on Saturday, the Overdale Chiefs turned back the Cedar Grove Vikings by a 26-6 count.
Brendan Hill had another big game for the Chiefs as he scored three times in the game while rushing for 115 yards and also caught passes for 48 yards. Quarterback Logan Steinmacher passed for 55 yards in the win while also rushing for 113 yards. Steinmacher scored one touchdown and added a pair of extra points. Zane Sample added to the offense with 37 yards on the ground while Zach Vorbrink rushed for 10 yards.
Steinmacher also had a good game on defense with eight tackles while Sample had seven stops. Nathan Davis finished the game with three tackles.
The score sheet for the Vikings did not say who scored the touchdown, but the offense did get 91 yards on the ground from Jacob Gravel who had a 54-yard run. Gravel also caught passes for 24 yards. On the ground, the Vikings also got 54 yards from Jaylin Bross. The passing attack for the Vikings had Nathan Richards throw for 18 yards while Conner Lynn passed for nine-yards.
The top tackler for the Vikings was Bross with five while four stops were made by Gravel. The Vikings also got three tackles by Richards and Devine Richards.
In the opening game on Saturday in the PeeWee Division, the Shepherdsville Titans defeated the Brooks Saints 26-0.
Two of the scores for the Titans were posted by Trenton Hodge who rushed for 87 yards in the victory. Also scoring on the ground for the Titans was Daniel Weird who rushed for 29 yards and he also kicked a two-point conversion. The other score for Shepherdsville came on a 12-yard pass from Eric Miller to Seth Knox. Miller passed for 32 yards in the win. The offense also got 36 yards on the ground from Nathaniel Craven.
On defense, Shepherdsville got four stops each from Hodge and Kendall Tucker. Two stops were recorded for Chris Burnett, Weird, Tyler Caudill, Preston Konichek and Matthew Duncan.
The leading rusher for the Saints was Nathan Sparks with 15 yards while Brian Probus, Kevin Ferguson and Dylan Probus each rushed for 10-yards.
On the other side of the ball, Steven Rios had a strong game for the Saints with six tackles while four stops were made by Tyi Bentley. Ferguson finished with three tackles while both Justin Sparks and Nathan Sparks each had two tackles.
In the early-afternoon game on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts picked up another victory as they defeated the Old Mill Bengals 25-14.
Three of the touchdowns for the Colts came from the offense led by Aeron Adams who scored three times while collecting 79 yards on the ground. The other score came on a 50-yard fumble return by Conner Maros.
The Colts had lots of tackles as both Jansen Hayden and Maros had 11 stops. Cooper Calvert finished with ten tackles while Adams had seven stops.
Both of the touchdowns for the Bengals were scored by Camron Helm as he rushed for 73 points. He also passed for eight-yards to Caleb Riggs. Travis Egan added a two-point conversion.
On defense, Old Mill got six tackles by Adam Phillips and also five stops by Harrison Stiden. Both Riggs and Madison Gauthier finished with four tackles.
The third game of the day belonged to the Pleasant Grove Dolphins as they beat the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 34-0.
Pleasant Grove got a big game from Patrick Ballard as he rushed for 109 yards while scoring three touchdowns and an extra point. Two of Ballard’s scores actually came on interception returns. The other two touchdowns were posted by Ethan Taipulus who rushed for 20 yards. Jack Tinelli added an extra point and Devin Williams and a two-point conversion. Adding to the offense was Eli Cox with 35 yards on the ground.
The Dolphins got four tackles each from Ballard, Ethan Haddaway and Luke Pope while three stops were recorded by Kaelin Davis and Ethan Martin.
Lebanon Junction had trouble moving the ball, but they did get 19 yards from Clayton Williams along with seven-yards from Justin Priddy.
On the other side of the ball, the Jaguars got four tackles by Blake Pedley and Williams along with three stops by Ray Shofner and two by Priddy.
In the game under the lights on Saturday, the Overdale Chiefs turned back the Cedar Grove Vikings by a 32-6 count.
Leading the way for the Chiefs once again was Grayson Hill as he scored three touchdowns and two extra points. One of the scores came on an interception return. Hill rushed for 21 yards in the win and he also caught two passes from Nathan Nida for 37 yards. Nida rushed for 35 yards in the game. Also getting a touchdown was Trenton Creek who rushed for 32 yards while Jake Gillenwater rushed for 16 yards including a touchdown.
On defense, the Chiefs got five tackles by Hill and four from Nida and Saige Vaughn. Three stops were turned in by Gillenwater.
The only points for the Vikings were scored by Garrett Price as he rushed for 44 yards and caught passes for 36 yards from Derek Goff. Goff rushed for 24 yards in the game. Zachary Shofner led the ground attack with 46 yards.
The top tackler for the Vikings was Shofner with six tackles while Derek Krieger had four stops. Jayden Carmony had three tackles and forced four fumbles. Two tackles were made by Goff, Price, Dylan Todd and Carson Griffin.
In one of the few close games on Saturday, the Shepherdsville Titans managed to slip past the Brooks Saints 13-6.
All of the points for the Titans were scored by Isaiah Tobin as he rushed for 89 yards. The offense for Shepherdsville also got 13 yards n the ground from Donald Mattingly.
The top tackler for the Titans was Chase Johnson with five while four stops were recorded for Cameron Douglas, Trenton Stoess and Tobin. Kadyn Enyard had three tackles.
The touchdown in the game for the Saints was scored by Tray Bentley as he rushed for 69 yards. The offense for the Saints also got 33 yards rushing from Jayden Reisser. Bentley also had a 12-yard pass completion to Reisser.
Jonathan Ernspiker led the defense for the Saints with seven stops while Bentley had six tackles. The Saints also got four tackles each from Trenton Hartlage and Logan Lundy.
In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts turned back the Old Mill Bengals by a count of 31-12.
The Colts got two touchdowns from Brandon Wathen as he rushed for 58 yards in the win. Also scoring two touchdowns was Cameron Hawthorne with 44 yards on the ground. The Colts also got 44 yards on the ground from Riley Harthun. The other touchdown for the Colts was scored by Hayden Elmore and Luke Cox added an extra point.
Drew Palmer was the only player for Mount Washington with more than one tackles as he had two tackles in the win as well as three fumble recoveries.
All the points for the Bengals were scored by Caleb Serafin as he rushed for 30 yards on Saturday.
On the other side of the ball, the Bengals got nine tackles by Isiah Hare along with five stops by Cameron Brown and four by Camden Andriot.
In another tight battle on Saturday, the Lebanon Junction Jaguars pulled out an 18-14 decision over the Pleasant Grove Dolphins.
The score sheet for the Jaguars did not note who did the scoring but in the past most of it has been done by Challen Fields and he had 151 yards on the ground in this game. The team also got five tackles by Nicholas Busby
Fields also led the defense with 11 tackles while Owen Scholte finished with seven stops. Making four tackles were Busby and Aden Tyler. Three tackles were recorded for Jackson Supsky and Trey Thomas.
Pleasant Grove only got one touchdown from its offense and that came from Ryan Rayhill in a game in which he rushed for 6-yards and passed for 12 yards. The other touchdown came on a 40-yard kick-off return for a touchdown by Tyler Spaulding. Spaulding rushed for 60 yards in the game. The Dolphins also got 69 yards on the ground from Dylan McCartin as he added an extra point. Jaydin Bloomer also had an extra point.
On defense, the Dolphins got four tackles each from McCartin, Rayhill and Spaulding. Bloomer finished with three stops.
In the final game on Saturday, the Overdale Chiefs turned back the Cedar Grove Vikings 32-6.
Two of the scores for the Chiefs were posted by Jesse Lax as he led the team with 46 yards on the ground. Dayton Williams also had a touchdown as he rushed for 20 yards. Both Tallen Seward and Jayden Burton scored a touchdown in the game as each rushed for 15 yards. Garrett Durbin added an extra point as he rushed for 12 yards and Cole Graham added an extra point. The offense also got 10 yards on the ground from Cameron Saylor and 7-yards by Marshal Graf.
Leading the defense for the Chiefs was Dylan Reid with five tackles while three stops were made by Dylan Marsillo, Luke Coomes, Durbin and Burton.
Lebanon Junction could not dent the endzone, but the Jaguars did get 68 yards on the ground from Michael Prater.
On the other side of the ball, the Jaguars got three tackles by Austin Singer along with two stops each from Jaxon Cavote, Hunter Puckett and Tyler White.