LOCAL SPORTS

Local Sports 9-15-2014


H.S. Football Scores

Friday, September 12, 2014

Bath County

45

vs. East Carter

21

 

Belfry

28

at Southwestern

7

 

Betsy Layne

49

vs. Allen Central

14

 

Boyd County

25

vs. South Point, OH

14

 

Estill County

48

vs. Magoffin County

6

 

Fairview

47

at Bellevue

22

 

Fleming County

26

at Rowan County

7

 

Hazard

59

at Somerset

19

 

Johnson Central

57

at Perry County Central

12

 

Kentucky Country Day

42

at Carroll County

7

 

Lawrence County

48

at Breathitt County

27

 

Paintsville

30

vs. Shelby Valley

20

 

Pike County Central

34

at Letcher County Central

33

 

Pikeville

63

at Sheldon Clark

20

 

Prestonsburg

40

vs. Powell County

0

 

Raceland

25

at Greenup County

0

 

Russell

29

at Ashland Blazer

27

(overtime)

South Floyd

50

vs. Knott County Central

20

 

South Fulton, TN

50

at Fulton County

0

 

West Carter

50

at Morgan County

0

 

H.S. Boys Soccer Tonight

Monday, September 15, 2014

West Carter

-

at Boyd County

-

6:00 PM

East Carter

-

at Elliott County

-

8:00 PM

Johnson Central

-

at Prestonsburg

-

6:00 PM

Rowan County

-

at Russell

-

6:00 PM

H.S. Girls Soccer Tonight

Monday, September 15, 2014

East Carter

-

at Elliott County

-

6:00 PM

Estill County

-

at Fleming County

-

6:30 PM

Prestonsburg

-

at Lawrence County

-

6:00 PM

Shelby Valley

-

at Sheldon Clark

-

7:00 PM

Morgan County

-

at West Carter

-

6:00 PM

UK Football

Saturday night looked to be the night that 27 years of frustration for the UK football team vs Florida would come to an end, but after 3 OT’s, the Gators made sure the streak continued. Florida RB - Matt Jones' 1-yard plunge in triple overtime and gave Florida a 36-30 victory over Wildcats on Saturday night. Kentucky (2-1, 0-1) put up one heck of a fight in the swamp. UK QB – Patrick Towels threw for 369 yards and three touchdowns and his favorite target was Fr. WR – Garrett Johnson, who finished with six catches for 154 yards and 2 TD’s. He burned the Gators for a 60-yard touchdown, and then added a 33-yard score on the next drive. Kentucky won't call this a morale victory, but the Wildcats are clearly making strides under second-year coach Mark Stoops. The CATS are off next week, before hosting Vanderbilt on September 27.

MSU/EKU Football

Eastern Kentucky scored on the first play from scrimmage and never looked back in defeating the Morehead State Eagles 55-13, Saturday night in Richmond. Eastern Kentucky, ranked 25th in this week's Football Championship Subdivision Coaches Poll, improved to 3-0 for the first time since 1992. Morehead State fell to 1-2. Eastern Kentucky generated 525 total yards, including 353 rushing yards. MSU finished with 332 yards, with only 60 on the ground. Morehead State opens Pioneer Football League play next Saturday at Davidson. Game time is set for 1 p.m. ET.

Local SPorts 9-5-2014


H.S. Football Schedule

Friday, September 5, 2014

Harlan County

-

at Belfry

-

7:30 PM

Breathitt County

-

at Bourbon County

-

7:30 PM

Shelby Valley

-

at East Ridge

-

7:30 PM

Lawrence County

-

at Fairview

-

7:30 PM

Ashland Blazer

-

at George Washington, WV

-

7:30 PM

Morgan County

-

at Leslie County

-

7:30 PM

Hazard

-

at Letcher County Central

-

7:30 PM

Allen Central

-

at Magoffin County

-

7:30 PM

Knott County Central

-

at Phelps

-

7:30 PM

Paintsville

-

at Pikeville

-

7:30 PM

Mason County

-

at Rowan County

-

7:30 PM

Ironton, OH

-

at Russell

-

7:30 PM

Betsy Layne

-

at Sheldon Clark

-

7:30 PM

Hannan, WV

-

at South Floyd

-

7:30 PM

Perry County Central

-

at Tates Creek

-

7:30 PM

Pike County Central

-

at Williamsburg

-

8:00 PM

         

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Prestonsburg

-

at Clay County

-

5:30 PM Appalachian Bowl

Mastery Charter School North, PA

-

at Johnson Central

-

7:30 PM

Boyd County

-

at Raceland

-

7:30 PM

H.S. Boys Soccer

Friday, September 5, 2014

Boyd County

-

at Johnson Central

-

(rescheduled from 9/1)

Morehead State Football

The Morehead State football team opens its home schedule Saturday at 6 p.m. ET against the University of Pikeville. It will be a Black Out at Jayne Stadium with fans encouraged to wear black. Morehead State (0-1) is coming off a season-opening loss at No. 20 Richmond, while UPike (1-0) upended Bluefield (Va.) in its 2014 opener.

UK Football

After posting the most points scored in a season opener since 1998 and a defensive effort limiting UT Martin to just 14 points on two fourth-quarter touchdowns, the University of Kentucky football team is looking to keep its winning ways alive as it plays host to Mid-American Conference foe Ohio on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET inside Commonwealth Stadium. Kentucky showed the improvements the coaching staff has talked about on both sides of the ball, posting its largest margin of victory in a game since 2002. The Wildcat offense posted the fourth-highest total offense output in school history with 656 yards, while the UK defense forced five turnovers in a game for the first time since 2008.

Ohio is coming off a thrilling 17-14 season-opening victory over Mid-American Conference foe Kent State last weekend. The Bobcats outgained Kent State in total yards 437-295.

Local Sports 9-4-2014


H.S. Boys Soccer

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Greenup County

-

at Ashland Blazer

-

8:00 PM

Johnson Central

-

at Belfry

-

6:00 PM

Perry County Central

-

at Corbin

-

6:00 PM

Boyd County

-

at East Carter

-

8:00 PM

Morgan County

-

at Jackson City

-

8:00 PM

Prestonsburg

-

at Letcher County Central

-

8:00 PM

Rowan County

-

at Montgomery County

-

6:00 PM

Hurricane, WV

-

at Russell

-

6:00 PM

Pikeville

-

at Shelby Valley

-

7:00 PM

Bath County

-

at West Carter

-

5:30 PM

H.S. Girls Soccer

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Greenup County

-

at Ashland Blazer

-

6:00 PM

Johnson Central

-

at Belfry

-

8:00 PM

Perry County Central

-

at Breathitt County

-

6:00 PM

Boyd County

-

at East Carter

-

6:00 PM

Model

-

at Hazard

-

5:30 PM

Prestonsburg

-

at Letcher County Central

-

6:00 PM

Sheldon Clark

-

at Paintsville

-

6:00 PM

Lawrence County

-

at Pikeville

-

6:30 PM


H.S. Volleyball

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Paintsville

-

vs.Shelby Valley
(at South Floyd)

-

7:00 PM 15th Region All "A" Classic

Betsy Layne

-

vs.Piarist School

-

15th Region All "A" Classic

Phelps

-

vs.Sheldon Clark

-

6:00 PM 15th Region All "A" Classic

Lawrence County

-

at Belfry

-

7:00 PM

Letcher County Central

-

at Hazard

-

7:30 PM

Pike County Central

-

at Jenkins

-

6:00 PM

Jackson City

-

at Morgan County

-

6:00 PM

Johnson Central

-

at Pikeville

-

7:00 PM

Lewis County

-

at Raceland

-

7:00 PM

Estill County

-

at Rowan County

-

7:00 PM

Greenup County

-

at West Carter

-

6:00 PM

Local Sports 9-2-2014


H.S. Football Scoreboard

Friday, August 29, 2014

Knox Central

39

vs.Perry County Central

6

Cumberland Falls Pigskin Classic

Breathitt County

29

vs. Jackson County

20

Kentucky River Medical Center Honey Bowl

Belfry

29

vs. Henry Clay

7

Pike County Bowl

Betsy Layne

52

vs.Phelps

6

Pike County Bowl

Pike County Central

45

vs.Somerset

34

Pike County Bowl

Shelby Valley

32

vs. Paris

12

Pike County Bowl

Allen Central

40

vs. Jenkins

14

(corrected score)

Ashland Blazer

41

vs. Raceland

35

 

Fairview

54

vs. East Carter

29

 

Lawrence County

54

vs. Rowan County

29

 

Leslie County

43

at Knott County Central

6

 

Letcher Co Central

54

vs. McCreary Central

0

 

Paintsville

34

at Morgan County

0

 

Pineville

28

at South Floyd

0

 

Powell County

27

vs. Magoffin County

18

 

Prestonsburg

50

vs. Sheldon Clark

6

 

Johnson Central

46

Vs. Fairland, OH

0

 

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Hurley, VA

36

vs.East Ridge

15

Pike County Bowl

Pikeville

49

vs. Hazard

36

Pike County Bowl

H.S. Soccer (Boys Schedule)

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Russell

-

at Boyd County

-

6:00 PM

Johnson Central

-

at East Carter

-

6:30 PM

Rowan County

-

at George Rogers Clark

-

7:00 PM

Elliott County

-

at Greenup County

-

8:00 PM

Prestonsburg

-

at Paintsville

-

6:00 PM

Hazard

-

at Perry County Central

-

6:00 PM

Letcher County Central

-

at Pikeville

-

8:00 PM

Belfry

-

at Shelby Valley

-

6:00 PM

H.S. Soccer (Girls Schedule)

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Hazard

-

at Perry County Central

-

6:00 PM Black Gold Cup

Rowan County

-

at East Jessamine

-

6:00 PM

Elliott County

-

at Greenup County

-

6:00 PM

Prestonsburg

-

at Paintsville

-

8:00 PM

Letcher County Central

-

at Pikeville

-

6:00 PM

Belfry

-

at Shelby Valley

-

8:00 PM

Russell

-

at West Carter

-

6:00 PM

H.S. Volleyball Schedule

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Prestonsburg

-

at Betsy Layne

-

6:00 PM

Ashland Blazer

-

at Boyd County

-

7:00 PM

Hazard

-

at Breathitt County

-

6:00 PM

Russell

-

at Fairview

-

7:00 PM

Rowan County

-

at Fleming County

-

5:30 PM

Knott County Central

-

at Lawrence County

-

7:00 PM

Wolfe County

-

at Magoffin County

-

6:00 PM

Morgan County

-

at Mason County

-

7:00 PM

Jenkins

-

at Perry County Central

-

6:00 PM

South Floyd

-

at Piarist School

-

6:00 PM

East Ridge

-

at Shelby Valley

-

6:00 PM

Paintsville

-

at Sheldon Clark

-

6:00 PM

East Carter

-

at West Carter

-

6:00 PM

Morehead State Football

Richmond defeated Morehead State Saturday, 55-10 behind the Spiders strong play of quarterback Michael Strauss, who threw for 259 yards and three touchdowns. Morehead State’s lone TD came with 12:01 left in the game when sophomore quarterback Austin Gahafer hit freshman running back Lawrence Jones for 20 yards and a score. Senior quarterback Michael Rocco finished 9-of-13 for 117 yards and one touchdown for the hosts. Gahafer tallied 174 yards on 23 completions. Freshman wideout Christian Robinson led MSU with 63 yards on six catches.

Morehead State entertains Pikeville Saturday at 6 p.m. ET for its home opener. It will be a Black Out as fans are encouraged to wear black. Game can be heard LIVE on AM 600 WKYH.

UK Football

Braylon Heard only touched the football twice Saturday for UK, but they both went for scores of 73 and 43 yards to help spur Kentucky to a season-opening, 59-14 rout of Tennessee-Martin on Saturday. Quarterback Patrick Towles added a TD passing and running in his first career start for Kentucky, which outgained the Skyhawks 656-398. The Wildcats' sophomore threw for 377 yards.

Mikel Horton also scored twice and Jojo Kemp added a TD run for Kentucky. Khalil Henderson returned a third-quarter fumble 89 yards for a score.

Local Sports 9-12-2014


Friday, September 12, 2014

Shelby Valley

-

at Paintsville

-

7:30 PM

Johnson Central

-

at Perry County Central

-

7:30 PM

Lawrence County

-

at Breathitt County

-

7:30 PM

Magoffin County

-

at Estill County

-

7:30 PM

Pikeville

-

at Sheldon Clark

-

7:30 PM

Powell County

-

at Prestonsburg

-

7:30 PM

Belfry

-

at Southwestern

-

7:30 PM

Allen Central

-

at Betsy Layne

-

7:30 PM

Pike County Central

-

at Letcher County Central

-

7:30 PM

West Carter

-

at Morgan County

-

7:30 PM

Knott County Central

-

at South Floyd

-

7:30 PM

East Ridge

-

at Twin Valley, VA

-

7:30 PM

South Point, OH

-

at Boyd County

-

7:30 PM

Raceland

-

at Greenup County

-

7:30 PM

Russell

-

at Ashland Blazer

-

7:30 PM

Fleming County

-

at Rowan County

-

7:30 PM

Hazard

-

at Somerset

-

7:30 PM

         

H.S. Football

UK Football

For the first time since 2010 the University of Kentucky football team begins Southeastern Conference play unbeaten as the Wildcats travel to Gainesville, Fla., this weekend to take on the Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at 7:30 p.m. ET. UK is coming off a 20-3 victory over Ohio, who has advanced to five consecutive bowl games. The Wildcat defense was impressive in the game, allowing only three points and limiting Ohio to just 74 yards rushing. The UK defense posted a first-half shutout for the second straight week, marking the first time a UK defense had accomplished that feat since 1988. The Kentucky offense continues its strong start to the season against Ohio, posting 17 first-half points. UK has outscored its opponents by 62 points to start the season, marking its largest scoring margin through two games since a 76-point margin in 2007.

Morehead State Football

Morehead State and Eastern Kentucky will meet for the 72nd time on the football field Saturday night when the Eagles travel to Richmond. Game time at Roy Kidd Stadium is set for 6 p.m. ET. Morehead State is coming off a 49-36 home-opening win over Pikeville (Ky.) Saturday, while the Colonels upset Football Bowl Subdivision foe Miami (Ohio) 17-10. EKU, which is ranked 25th in this week's Football Championship Subdivision Coaches Poll, defeated MSU in Morehead last season. The last time the teams played in Richmond in 2012, EKU edged Morehead State 24-17.