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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.
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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.
One round down, two to go. That was the feeling for half the teams in The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League after play this past weekend as the play-offs are now down to the semi-finals with four teams remaining in each of the four divisions on the road to Championship Saturday which is set for Nov. 3.
The top four seeds all advanced to the semi-finals this past weekend in the division for the oldest players as three games were played. Unfortunately, Lebanon Junction had to forfeit its game with top-seeded Old Mill that was scheduled for Sunday. Old Mill moves on to face Pleasant Grove in the semi-finals.
In the game played on Saturday, the Maryville Patriots had more than enough offense as the league’s second-seeded team rolled past the Cedar Grove Vikings 60-7.
The Patriots were able to score so many points that their stat keeper could not keep up with the touchdowns. The final numbers only indicate seven touchdowns being scored along with three extra points. Still, it was another big day for Maryville quarterback Nathan Johnson as he rushed for 91 yards and passed for another 42 yards as he scored three touchdowns as well as an extra point. Blake Benz was the leading rusher for the winners with 192 yards as he had a touchdown and an extra point. Cameron Cunningham also had a touchdown as he caught a 10-yard pass from Benz. Erick Grant rushed for 36 yards and a touchdown while Jet Newton had a touchdown as he rushed for 41 yards and caught passes for another 30 yards. Jon Claycomb as also hard to stop as he rushed for 73 yards with an extra point.
The top tacklers for the Patriots were Matthew Cummings and Grant with six stops each while five tackles were made by Ryan Robertson and Benz. The group of Blake Caple, Derek Downing, Tyler Hurst, Johnson, Jordan Matherly, Jacob Neal and Newton each had four tackles. Three stops were recorded for Christopher Welch, Dakota Plyman, Frankie Masters and Claycomb.
The only touchdown for Cedar Grove was scored by Trenton Davis as he rushed for 95 yards while Adam Bolin, who rushed for 19 yards, added the extra point. The ground attack for the Vikings also got 23 yards from Gavin Curry. Quarterback Marc Gartner padded for 70 yards with 50 of those yards going to Brian Schmidt while the other 20 went to Bolin.
On the other side of the ball, the Vikings got five tackles by Isaiah Johnson while both Gartner and Austin Rhodes had four stops. Three tackles were recorded for Chris Heck, Bolin and Schmidt.
When the action shifted to Sunday, the always-tough four-versus-five game had plenty of offense as the Pleasant Grove Dolphins turned back the Overdale Chiefs 30-16.
The Dolphins scored in each quarter led by Blaine Miller who rushed for 176 yards while scoring two of the touchdowns. The offense also got a score and 69 yards on the ground by Kyle Lentz. The other score was posted by Cameron Trees who had 32 yards rushing the ball. The offense also got 42 yards on the ground by Ian Brown and 23 yards by Ethan Smith. Brown kicked three extra points
The top tackler for the Dolphins was Smith with eight stops while six tackles were made by Miller. Five stops were made by Tyler Teague, Lentz and Justin Defler while three tackles were recorded for Trees, Brown, Jacob Laughlin and Zach Jones.
Overdale managed a lot of offense in the game, but they could score just two touchdowns. One of those scores was turned in by Chanse McKenzie who rushed for 132 yards while the other score went to Tanner Threlkel who had 87 yards on the ground. Both Blake Steinmacher and Derrick Lewis kicked extra points. Steinmacher and Evan Mooney combined for 29 yards through the air while Threlkel passed for 14 yards to Peyton Luttrell.
Luttrell was also the leading tackler for the Chiefs with six while three tackles were made by Steinmacher, Alec Lush and McKenzie.
The Shepherdsville Titans joined the semi-finals on Sunday afternoon as they beat the Mount Washington Colts 40-13.
Four of the touchdowns for the Titans were scored by E. Elsler who rushed for 160 yards. Elsler also kicked a pair of extra points. The other two touchdowns were posted by J. Coulter who collected 140 yards on the ground. Adding to the rushing attack was D. Huff with 19 yards while 14 yards were gained by K. Flener.
Leading the defense for the Titans was Coulter with eight tackles while five stops were made by both D. Collins, Flener and Elsler. C. Beatrizola finished with three tackles.
Both of the touchdowns for the Colts were scored by P.J. Frazier. Steven Brown was the leading rusher for the Colts with 74 yards. The offense also got 46 yards through the air as quarterback Zak Kessler completed three passes to Nathan Sneed.
On the other side of the ball, the Colts got nine tackles by Adam Blanford as well as four stops by Jared Burton and Garett Scott. Frazier finished with three tackles.
In the ‘B’ action on Saturday, three of the top-four seeds advanced. The lone exception was the fifth-seeded Cedar Grove Vikings slipping past the Pleasant Grove Dolphins.
That minor upset by the Vikings was the first game on Saturday as Cedar Grove pulled out a 13-6 victory over the Dolphins.
The only touchdown scored by the Vikings was posted by Geremiah Smith who rushed for 39 yards. Smith also had the extra point on a pass from jake Dillman. The offense also got 37 yards on the ground from Seth Mitchell along with 33-yards by Samuel Mitchell. The other touchdowns was posted by Isaiah Crosby who scored on a fumble recovery.
On the other side of the ball, Crosby had a big game with eight tackles while Jake Mann had five tackles. Three stops were made by each of the Mitchells along with Isaiah Thurman.
Unfortunately, no stat sheet was turned in by the Dolphins.
In the second game on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts moved into the semi-finals with a 31-6 win over the Brooks Saints.
Three of the touchdowns for the Colts were scored by Michael Page who rushed for 165 yards. The offense also got a touchdown from Dalton hatter who rushed for 59 yards. Hatter also added an extra point. Quarterback D.J. Chappell passed for 22 yards in the win with 17 of those yards going to Blake Rhoades with one of those being a touchdown.
The top tacklers for the Colts were Page and Connor Groves who each had five stops while three tackles were made by Montrell Page and Rhoades.
The only points for the Saints were posted by Dylan Riggs who rushed for 93 yards in the game. The offense for the Saints also got 40 yards on the ground by Kaleb Finley and another 15 yards by Trey Webb.
Tyler Linker was the leading tackler for the Saints with eight while Riggs had five stops. Four stops were recorded for Webb, Finley and Alec Blankenship. Zachery Stinson finished with three tackles.
In a game played at high noon on Saturday, the Old Mill Bengals recorded a 32-0 victory over the Maryville Patriots.
Two of the touchdowns for the Bengals were scored by Jacob Thomas who rushed for 21 yards. The top rusher for the winners was Nick Leslie with 102 yards and he had a touchdown Adding to the scoring was Chase Clark with a touchdown as he rushed for 49 yards and Hayden York had a touchdown was rushing for 12 yards. Seth Jutz, who passed for 69 yards, rushed for 16 yards and had an extra point. Christian Eberhardt also scored an extra point.
On the other side of the ball, Thomas recorded five tackles while Cody Culver had four stops. The Bengals also got two tackles each from Eberhardt, Jutz and Codie Monahan.
The Patriots could not get to the end zone but they did get 61 yards on the ground from Devin Boston along with 42 yards by Trent Stetser and 11 yards by Andrew Walters. The offense also got 32 yards in the air with Stetser throwing to Boston.
Stetser also had a big game on defense with ten stops while six tackles were made by Walters. The Patriots got five tackles from Ethan Phillips and Boston along with three stops by Aiden Kelly and Justin Saunder.
The final team to punch a ticket for the semi-finals in the ‘B’ tournament was the Overdale Chiefs as the top-seeded team turned back the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 19-0.
Two touchdowns were posted by Noah Nida who rushed for 123 yards while Dylan Embry had the other score as he rushed for 33 yards. The extra point was scored by Dylan Davis who collected 35 yards on the ground. Mason Hill added to the offense with 17 yards on the ground.
On the other side of the ball, the Chiefs got five tackles by Hill along with four stops each by Davis and Keelan Hall. Three tackles were made by Preston Murphy, Jimmy King and Embry.
The Jaguars could not get to the end zone, but the team did get 17 yards on the ground by Devin Fluhr along with 14 yards by Robbie Ice, 13 yards by Hunter Nolen and 11 yards by Kyle Cramer. Quarterback Jerry Flener passed for 8-yards to Fluhr.
Fluhr was also the leading tackler for the Jaguars with six stops while Flener had five tackles. Nolen finished with four stops while both Wyatt hall and Timothy Theiler had two tackles.
In the PeeWee action over the weekend the top four seeds all advanced to the semi-finals that will be played on Sunday.
In the first game in the quarter-finals played on Saturday, the Overdale Chiefs looked like the number two seed as they beat the Shepherdsville Titans 26-6.
Two of the scores for the Chiefs were posted by Zach Vorbrink who rushed for 27 yards. The top runner for the Chiefs was Nate Nida who had 54 yards with one touchdowns while Owen Hackburth had the other touchdown while rushing for 20 yards. Brock Snead rushed for 38 yards in the win while an extra point was scored by Corey Luttrell.
On defense, Overdale got three tackles each from Beau Clark and Hackburth while two tackles were made by Brock Snead and Brayden Snead.
The only touchdown for the Titans was scored by Jaydian Rinker who led the team with 60 yards on the ground. The offense for Shepherdsville also had 33 yards on the ground by Trenton Hodge as well as 19 yards from J.R. Sherrard and 10 yards from Daniel Hartlage.
On the other side of the ball. Austin Buechele finished with six tackles for the Titans while Rinker had four tackles. The team also got three stops by Hartlage and two by Hodge.
In the first game on Sunday, the Cedar Grove Vikings scored twice in the first half and then defeated the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 21-8.
Two of the scores for the Vikings were scored by Jaylin Bross who rushed for 111 yards. Adding to the scoring was Derek Goff who had a touchdown and two extra points as he rushed for 40 yards. Devin Richards finished with 49 yards on the ground.
On defense, the Vikings got six tackles by Bross along with four stops by Connor Lynn. The team also got three tackles each from Goff and Trenton Kile.
The only score for the Jaguars was turned in y Kylor Close who rushed for 109 yards in the loss. The two-point conversion was scored by Bobby Cummings. The Jaguars also got 15 yards rushing by Zach Adams.
Close was also the leading tackler for the Jaguars with six stops while Jordan Mulloy had three stops. The team also got two tackles each by Hunter Gilpen and Adams.
In the middle game played on Sunday, it was a defensive struggle before the Pleasant Grove Dolphins beat the Mount Washington Colts 9-0.
The only touchdown in the game was scored by Collin Powell who rushed for 36 yards while Bryce Clements posted the extra point while rushing for 29 yards. The offense also got 19 yards on the ground by Saber Smith. Smith also passed for 24 yards in the win to Nathan Webb. The player accounting for the safety was not noted on the stat sheet.
On the other side of the ball, Clements had a big game with eight stops while five tackles were made by Webb. The Dolphins also got four stops from Powell and Brandon Johnson as well as three tackles from Patrick Ballard.
The top running threat for the Colts was Michael Gilliam who had 21 yards on the ground while Mason Israel added to the offense with 10-yards rushing.
Zachary Collins was the leading tackler for the Colts with 11 while eight stops were made by Michael Ritchie. The Colts also got six stops by Jansen Hayden, Brody Smith and Landon Hite as well as four tackles from Gilliam and Conner Maros. Three tacklers were recorded for Israel and Blake Kelly.
In the final game on Sunday, the top-seeded Maryville Patriots rolled into the semi-finals with a 37-12 victory over the Brooks Saints.
It was another big day for Maryville’s Hunter Hodge as he scored four touchdowns and an extra point while rushing for 187 yards. Andrew Hadley also had a touchdown as he rushed for 107 yards. Ty Howard rushed for 10 yards with an extra point. Hodge Hadley and Jalen Dunnavan each caught two-point conversion passes.. Dunnavan finished with 41 yards on the ground while Dylan Bush rushed for 11 yards.
On defense, Hodge was the leader also as both he and Tyrone Howard had six tackles while fie stops were made by Dunnavan and Justin Montgomery. Taylor Coy finished with four stops while three tackles were made by Hadley and Isaiah Thompson.
For the Saints, the leading rusher was Cole Durbin with 77 yards while he scored a touchdown. Durbin also passed for 60 yards in the game with 33 yards going to Clyde Gardner and 27 yards to Dylan Probus. Gardner also rushed for 19 yards and had a touchdown.
J.T. Ashbaugh had a huge game on defense as he collected 14 tackles. The Saints also got five tackles by Gardner while Probus had three stops. Both Durbin and Dennis Cleveland finished with two tackles.
Earlier last week, the Brooks Saints earned a spot in the eight-team bracket as they beat the Old Mill Bengals 18-6.
All three touchdowns for the Saints were scored by Cole Durbin who rushed for 79 yards in the win. Clyde Gardner rushed for 69 yards.
On the other side of the ball, both Dennis Cleveland and Durbin finished with six tackles while J.T. Ashbaugh had five stops. Three tackles were made by Brian Probus, Steven Rios and Gardner.
The first weekend of play-off action for the youngest players in the league saw all four of the top-seeded teams advance to the semi-finals.
The first game of the day on Saturday was the closest game of the weekend as the Maryville Patriots pulled out a 7-6 victory over the Pleasant Grove Dolphins in the four-versus-five contest.
Both the touchdown and the extra point for the Patriots were scored by Noah Dunnavan who rushed for 51 yards in the win. Corbin Veach added another 29 yards on the ground for the Patriots.
Veach had a big game on defense for Maryville as he recorded nine tackles while four stops were made by mason Coones and Alex Key. Three stops were recorded for Bryson Wright and Ayden Bloomer.
For Pleasant Grove, the touchdown was posted by Eli Cox who finished with 45 yards on the ground. The offense also got 11 yards on the ground by Jack Tinelli.
On the other side of the ball, Devin Williams had four tackles for the Dolphins while Tinelli had three. Two tackles were made by Jaydin Bloomer, Zachery Hill-Epps and Cox.
The next game was just as close before the Old Mill Bengals needed an overtime to beat the Brooks Saints 12-6.
One of the touchdowns for the Bengals was scored by Mitchel Polson who rushed for 67 yards in the game while Alex Webb rushed for 36 yards and also had a touchdown. Both Xavier Hansen and mason Gauthier finished with 8-yards on the ground.
The top tacklers for the Bengals with nine each were Webb and Curtis Nesbit while six stops were made by Polson and Jacob kaufman. Colin Hogue finished with four tackles while three stops were made by both Hansen and Gauthier.
The only points for the Saints were scored by Kevin Ferguson who finished with 42 yards on the ground. Quentin Mills added to the offense with 32 yards rushing. The offense also got 15 yards through the air between Ferguson and J.J. Tarter.
On defense, the Saints got five tackles each from Nolan Amburgey and Tarter. Along with three stops each from Austin Brooks, Ferguson, Ty Bentley and Trenton Hartlage.
In the game scheduled for noon on Saturday, the Shepherdsville Titans had a big day as they beat the Lebanon Junction Jaguars 36-6.
Amazingly, no stat sheet was turned in by the Titans.
The only points for the Jaguars were scored by Clayton Williams who finished with 32 yards on the ground. The offense for the Jaguars also got 40 yards on the ground by Wyatt Nolan and 10 yards by Justin Priddy.
On the other side of the ball, the Jaguars got three tackles each by Blake Pedley and Challen Fields. Two tackles were made by Brayden Schlote, Williams and Nolan.
The final team to punch its ticket for the semi-finals in the Little Bullitts division was the top-seeded Mount Washington Colts as they beat the Overdale Chiefs 24-0.
Two of the touchdown was scored on the ground by the Colts’ Eli Burkhead who rushed for 81 yards. Another touchdown was scored by Drew Palmer who finished with 64 yards rushing. Burkhead also passed for a score as he hit Dylan Baker with a 20-yard scoring pass.
The top tackler for the Colts was Palmer with four while Burkhead had three tackles. Brandon Wathen finished with two tackles.
Overdale could not get the ball to the end zone, but the team did get 31 yards on the ground by Brytin Broussard and 11 yards by Dayton Hendrix.
On defense, the Chiefs got three tackles each from Jayden Burton and Hendrix. Two tackles were made by Dylan Marsillo, Lukas Workman, Dayton Williams, Garrett Durbin and Alex Allen.