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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.
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.
Now it is down to just one week remaining in the regular season for the teams in The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League. This past weekend, there was a full slate of games as the teams felt a touch of fall in the air with some crisp temperatures. In fact, for the team with the bye this week, the Cedar Grove Vikings, the regular season is complete.
The rest of the teams are battling for the best seeds possible heading into the post-season that will start the week of Oct. 10.
The program with the bye this week was the Cedar Grove Vikings.
In the only ‘A’ game played on Saturday, the Overdale Chiefs picked up a key win as they slipped past the Mount Washington Colts 26-19.
The Chiefs got another big game from quarterback Logan James as he scored three touchdowns while rushing for 189 yards and passing for another 81 yards. Unfortunately, the fourth touchdown for the Chiefs was not listed on the score sheet. Overdale did get an extra point kick from Matt Beattie. Of the 81 passing yards by James, 21 of those yards were to Blake Steinmaker as well as 20 yards to both Nate Durbin and Logan Clark. Both Ronnie Seay and Tanner Threlkel caught passes for ten yards. Durbin also rushed for 10 yards.
On the other side of the ball, James was also a terror with seven tackles while four stops were made by Durbin, Beattie and Austin Freeman. Daniel Houk finished with three tackles.
For Mount Washington, two of the touchdowns were posted by Levi Bradley who finished with 75 yards on the ground. The team’s other score was by Josh Reynolds who rushed for 32 yards. The offense for the Colts also got 40 yards on the ground by Allen Miles who added an extra point. Matt Snawder rushed for 23 yards.
The top tackler for the Colts was Miles with nine stops while Kameron Hinkley made six tackles. Blake Hester added to the total with five tackles. The Colts also got three tackles each from Steven Brown, Noah Payne, Adam Holland and Jared Melton.
In the first game on Sunday afternoon, it was all the Maryville Patriots as they beat the Old Mill Bengals by a 39-0 count.
Two of the touchdowns for the Patriots were scored by Daulton Walls who rushed for 30 yards and also caught passes for another 37 yards. The leading rusher for Maryville was Nathen Johnson with 97 yards and he also caught passes for 14 yards on an afternoon in which he scored a touchdown and an extra point. Adding to the offense was Donnie Gearlds with a touchdown and 30 yards on the ground while Travis Griffin rushed for 17 yards and caught passes for 40 yards with one touchdown. Austin Harding passed for 91 yards in the win. Unfortunately, not all of the points for the Patriots were noted on the score sheet.
On defense, the Patriots got five tackles each from both Nik Hayes and Wyatt Blevins. Three stops were made by Nat Johnson, William Meecho and Harding.
Old Mill could not get the ball to the end zone, but the offense did get 21 yards on the ground from Cameron Dossey along with eight yards by O. Robinson.
The top tackler for the Bengals was Dossey with six while three tackles were made by J. Caudill, Lawrence and Dawson.
In the final ‘A’ game of the weekend, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins got the best of the Cedar Grove Vikings by a 42-12 score.
Chad Caldwell has a huge game for the Dolphins as he rushed for 221 yards and scored four touchdowns. In fact, Caldwell scored the first four touchdowns in the game for the Dolphins. Another touchdown was posted by Gavin Brown who rushed for 39 yards and Sam Wilson added to the offense with 18 yards and one score. Pleasant Grove also got three extra point kicks from Zach Hopper.
Hopper also played a big role on defense as he had seven tackles. The Dolphins also got three tackles each from Cole Stump, Chad Caldwell, Eric Bland, Jeremiah Johnson and Justin Defler.
Both of the touchdowns for the Vikings came through the air as quarterback Cameron Dukes twice teamed up with Chase Craddock for scores. Dukes passed for 159 yards in the game with 113 of those yards going to Craddock. The Vikings also got 40 receiving yards from Cody Peele. On the ground, Dukes rushed for 26 yards.
On the other side of the ball, the Vikings got a good game from Austin Calhoun who had ten tackles in the game. The Vikings also got five tackles each from Dukes, Sean Sanders and Cameron Vissing. Shane Smith finished with four tackles.
In the early morning ‘B’ game on Saturday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins rushed past the Cedar Grove Vikings by a 25-6 count.
It was a huge game for Pleasant Grove’s Cameron Trees who collected 219 yards on the ground and scored three touchdowns in the win. The other score for the Dolphins was posted by Ethan Smith who finished with 72 yards on the ground. The offense for the Dolphins also got 33 yards on the ground from Jarrett Dattilo and 30 yards by Jonathan Mayes. The player scoring the extra point was not listed on the score sheet.
On defense, the Dolphins got six tackles by Parker Carter along with five stops each from Mayes, Smith and Trees. Justin Campbell added four tackles while three stops were made by Jacob Laughlin.
The only points for Cedar Grove were scored by Isaiah Crosby who finished with 22 yards on the ground. The offense for the Vikings also got 40 yards on the ground by Trenton Davis along with 39 yards by Geremiah Smith. Marc Gartner also rushed for 12 yards and threw passes for 19 yards. Austin Strickland had 15 yards of pass receptions.
The top tackler for the Vikings was Christopher Heck with six stops while four tackles were made by Crosby, Gartner, Strickland, Smith and Davis. Austin Whitman and Johnathon Seay each finished with three tackles.
In the second game on Saturday morning, the Old Mill Bengals turned back the Maryville Patriots by a 30-6 score.
Leading the way for the Bengals was Trevor Curtsinger with 134 yards on the ground as he scored a pair of touchdowns. Daniel Mantel also scored two touchdowns while he rushed for 21 yards. The fifth score was posted by Mitchell Wurtsmith who finished with 36 yards on the ground. Chase Clark added another 12 yards rushing to the total.
Zeke Kern was the top tackler for the Bengals with six stops while five stops were made by Ty Hawkins, Trevor Dawson and Wurtsmith. Three tackles were made by Austin Reynolds, Curtsinger, Mantel and Max Gauthier.
The only points for the Patriots were scored by Andrew Brown who finished with 44 yards on the ground and also passed for 33 yards. Most of the those passing yards went to Devin Boston who caught passes for 25 yards while Clay Hill had pass receptions for eight yards. Nick Majors added 20 yards rushing.
On the other side of the ball, the Patriots got six tackles by Trent Stetser along with five tackles each from Jordan Matherly, Blake Caple and Hill. Dylan Skaer finished with four tackles.
In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Brooks Saints picked up a 13-0 victory over the Shepherdsville Titans.
Dalton P’Pool led the attack for the Saints as he rushed for 136 yards and scored one touchdown. The other touchdown and an extra point were posted by Dylan Riggs who collected 46 yards on the ground. The offense for the Saints also got 23 yards by Alec Blankenship by 11 yards by Anthony Greenwell.
Bo Reece had a big day on defense for the Saints as he made seven tackles and the winners also got five tackles by Trey Webb. Adding to the defensive totals were Greenwell and P’Pool who each had four tackles. Shawn Holder had three stops.
Shepherdsville could not get the ball to the endzone, but the Titans did get 80 yards on the ground from Daylin Huff and 46 yards by Dillian Rinker.
Huff was also the leading tackler for the Titans with seven stops while five tackles were made by Ashton Collins. The Titans also got four tackles each from Ethan Hornack, Shane Goodall, Christian Boman, Rinker and Kyler Flener.
In the final ‘B’ game of the weekend, it went down to the wire before the Overdale Chiefs turned back the Mount Washington Colts by a 12-6 score. One of the touchdowns for the Chiefs was scored by Mario Convenuto who rushed for 67 yards while the other touchdown came on a score by Zach Golab who rushed for 64 yards. The offense for the Chiefs also got 29 yards on the ground from Evan Money, 15 yards by Peyton Luttrell, 14 yards by Jace Wilson and 10 yards from Tyler Smith.
Wilson had a big game on defense for the Chiefs with seven tackles and the winners also got four tackles each from Convenuto, Conner Hill, Alec Lush, Mooney and Luttrell. Three stops were also made by Sean Allen and Smith.
The only points for the Colts were scored by Hunter Perdue who led the team with 92 yards on the ground. The offense for the Colts also got 35 yards rushing by Michael Page.
On the other side of the ball, Tony Polichetti collected seven tackles for the Colts while Perdue had six stops. Five tackles were made by Tyler Harris while both Page and Austin Smith had four tackles.
In the only PeeWee contest played on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts got the best of the Overdale Chiefs by a 30-0 score.
The game was another big one for Dalton hatter who scored four touchdowns while rushing for 105 yards. The other score was posted by Montrell Page who rushed for 61 yards. Preston Goers added 10 yards to the ground attack.
On the other side of the ball, the Colts got six tackles from both Conner Groves and Joseph Osbourne. The winners also got four stops each from Hatter and Page. Goers finished with three tackles.
Overdale had some success moving the ball on Saturday, but they could no dent the goal line. Brendan Hill led the say with 46 yards on the ground while Brock Snead rushed for 42 yards. Logan Steinmacher finished with nine yards rushing.
Hill was the top tackler for the Colts with six while Steinmacher had three tackles.
When the action shifted to Sunday, the first game of the day saw the Shepherdsville Titans roll past the Brooks Saints 19-0.
Two of the scores for the Titans, along with an extra point, were posted by Dylan Baggett who had 40 yards on the ground and also passed for 12 yards. The Titans’ other score went to Phillip Hughes who rushed for 28 yards. Adding to the offense for the Titans were TJ Heilman with 20 yards while Jeremy Kron rushed for 17 yards and Chris Sturgeon had 15 yards.
Zach Robinson had a big day on defense for the Titans with ten stops while three tackles each were made by Heilman, Jayden Rinker, JR Sherrard, Bagget and Robert Goodlett.
The Saints could not dent the endzone but the team did get 23 yards on the ground by Gardner as well as 22 yards by Phillips and also by Durbin.
Ethan Phillips had a strong defensive performance with six tackles while Durbin had three stops. Both Nosbisch and M. Moore had two tackles each.
In the middle game on Sunday, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins defeated the Cedar Grove Vikings by a 12-0 score.
Unfortunately, despite winning the game, the Dolphins did not turn in a score sheet.
Cedar Grove did not have a score, but the offense did get 25 yards on the ground by Jaylin Bross and ten yards from Jeremiah Howard.
On defense, Bross was the top tackler with six while Austin Devine had five tackles. Jake Mann was credited with four tackles while three stops were made by Drew Marcum and Aberiel Barrett.
In the final game on Sunday, the Old Mill Bengals got the best of the Maryville Patriots by a 24-0 score.
The only two touchdowns posted on the score sheet for the Bengals were two by Seth Jutz who rushed for 58 yards in the win. Jutz also passed for 95 yards which included 65 yards to Hayden York and 27 yards to Luke Reynolds. On the ground, Dain Hawkins rushed for 39 yards in the win.
Hawkins was the top tackler for the Bengals with five while four stops were turned in by Julian Cahoe and Jutz. Hunter Nolen finished with three tackles.
Maryville could not reach the end zone in the game, but the team did get 27 yards on the ground by Hunter Hodge and 21 yards from Connor Stout.
The Patriots had a balanced defensive effort as three stops were made by Stout, Jacob Morrison, Aidan Kelley, Ty Howard, Hodge and Andrew Hadley. Boo Campoamor finished with two tackles.
In the opening Little Bullitts game of the weekend, the Mount Washington Colts had plenty of offense as they raced past the Overdale Chiefs 44-19.
Aeron Adams was the top rusher for the Colts with 109 yards as he scored three touchdowns and had an extra point. Tucker Blanford added another 71 yards to the offense as he scored three times. There was also a touchdown by Cooper Calvert who finished with 47 yards on the ground. Steven Bowen added an extra point.
On the other side of the ball, Jansen Hayden led the Colts’ defense with seven tackles while Adams had five stops. Four tackles were made by Calvert while three stops were credited to Jordan Pound.
The Chiefs also had a lot of offense on Saturday led by Nathan Nida who collected 119 yards on the ground with a pair of touchdowns as well as an extra point. Grayson Hill also had a touchdown as he rushed for 62 yards.
Hill was also the top tackler for the Chiefs with six while three tackles were made by both Beau Clark and Jake Gillenwater. Nida had two tackles.
In the game that started at noon on Saturday, the Old Mill Bengals got the best of the Maryville Patriots by a 27-0 count.
The top offensive threat for the Bengals was Cameron Helm who rushed for 141 yards and scored three touchdowns. The offense for the Bengals also got a touchdown from Caleb Riggs who finished with 15 yards on the ground. Old Mill also got 13 yards from AJ Phillips who had an extra point. Extra points were also scored by Colin Hogue and Wyatt Nolen.
On defense, Old Mill got nine tackles by Madison Gauthier and eight stops by Helm. In addition, there were seven tackles made by Jacob Kaufman as well as four tackles each from Calien Nalley, Phillips and Alex Webb.
Maryville could not dent the endzone, but the Patriots did get 38 yards on the ground from Tanner Wilson along with eight yards rushing from Connor Dorsey.
On the other side of the ball, the Patriots got three tackles each from Brett Sizemore and Wilson as well as two stops each by Corbin Veach and Dorsey.
On Saturday afternoon, the Shepherdsville Titans defeated the Brooks Saints by a 20-6 count.
Leading the way for the Titans was Blake Weird with 89 yards on the ground as he scored a pair of touchdowns and an extra point. The other touchdown and an extra point were posted by Jarrett Ricketts. The ground attack for the Titans also got 13 yards from Christian Curtsinger and 11 yards by Eric Miller.
On the other side of the ball, Miller had three tackles while two stops were made by Weird, Tyler Caudill and Ricketts.
The only points for the Saints were scored by B. Probus who rushed for 69 yards in the loss.
The top tacklers for the Saints were D. Probus and N. Sparks with five stops each. Three tackles were made by Bentley, B. Probus and Lucas. Rios finished with two tackles.
In the final PeeWee contest of the day, the Pleasant Grove Dolphins outlasted the Cedar Grove Vikings by a 14-13 count in two overtimes.
There was more than enough offense for the Dolphins - literally. While most of the time teams don’t list enough touchdowns, the Dolphins listed too many for this game. There was a balanced attack as Ethan Haddaway rushed for 44 yards while Casey Harbolt collected 43 yards and Gavin Coffman finished with 41 yards. Coffman had two extra points and two of those three players had a single touchdown each. Patrick Ballard also added to the offense with 12 yards.
The defense for the Dolphins was led by Coffman with nine tackles and Haddaway with eight tackles while seven stops were made by Brandon Johnson and Luke Pope. The Dolphins also got six tackles by Ethan Taipalus and five stops each from Harbolt and Ballard.
The top rusher for the Vikings was Chase Hiser with 98 yards and he had one of the touchdowns. The other points were scored by Devin Richards with a touchdown and an extra point while he rushed for 45 yards. The offense also got 46 yards from Derek Goff. Brady Bowlin finished with eight yards on the ground.
Hiser was also the leading tackler for the Vikings with nine while six tackles were made by Richards. Goff finished with five tackles while both Jayden Carmony and Bowling made four stops.