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Week 4 Review

Bracken County 49, Berea 0

Jackson Whitten, quarterback, threw for 98 yards on 4 completions for two touchdowns to Andrew Kirk. On the ground, sophomore Daulton Tarter had 5 rush attempts for 131 yards and three touchdowns. Greg Benedict also scored on a fumble recovery.

Lincoln County 62, Bourbon County 14

Malachi Rennie completed 16/31 passes for 192 yards, throwing for two touchdowns and one interception. The touchdown passes were caught by John Kincade, who had 80 yards, and Jacob Ezell, who had 65 yards.

Cooper 38, Campbell County 14

Nate Smith completed just half of his passes going 15/30. He had 199 yards with three interceptions and one touchdown to Xavier Francher. Carson Evers ran for 44 yards on 12 carries and Trevor Bertman ran for 36 yards on 8 carriers with a touchdown. The Camels drop to 1-3.

George Rogers Clark 48, Henry Clay 27

Review pending stat report on KHSAA.

Scott 52, Holmes 8

Scott QB Jordan Goff was 4/7 with 125 yards and two touchdowns. Backup QB Trey Cook was also 4/7 with 96 yards and a touchdown. Nate Brooks, Dylan Giffen, and Cameron Vice all caught passes for touchdowns. Boomer Klusman, Jordan Goff, and Dustin Wilson all had rushing touchdowns. The Eagles win their first game and are now 1-3.

John Hardin 58, Harrison County 31

Thorbreds quarterback Kaydon Custard threw for 288 yards and three touchdowns on 15/37 throws. Jashon Lewis caught one and Tanner Tumey caught two touchdown passes. Lewis had 153 yards in the air and Tumey had 118. On the ground, Custard ran 15 times for 127 yards and another touchdown. The Thorobreds fall even at 2-2.

Boyd County 45, Mason County 21

This game was closer than the score indicated. Running out of time in the 4th quarter, the Royals tried to force the offense to make a comeback, leading to several turnovers. The Royals drop even at 2-2.

Paris 33, Montgomery County 6

Paris quarterback Julius Gregory completed 11/16 passes for 144 yards and two touchdowns to Brandon Santiago and Elijah Webb. Jayden Holman ran it 18 times for 135 yards and scored a touchdown. Donovan Griggs scored on a pick-six and Jakari Ransom scored on a punt return. Montgomery County quarterback Jacob Gumm was 7/17 for 93 yards. On the ground they only ran for 16 yards, which includes Gumm’s -24. The Greyhounds improve to 4-0. The Indians falls to 2-2.

Bishop Brossart 28, Nicholas County 22

Bishop Brossart’s QB Keegan Gulley threw for 52 yards and a touchdown and was 8/22. Cameron Mandel also got a throw in for a 27-yard touchdown. Mandel also ran for 68 yards on 15 carries. Landon Geyer had 3 carries for 41 yards and a touchdown. For Nicholas County, Colby Gray ran for 100 yards with two touchdowns on 13 carries. Alex Koeder also had 83 yards on 19 carries. QB Oscar Saucedo ran in a touchdown also. The Mustangs are now 2-2 while the Bluejackets drop to 1-3.

Massey Ratings

The following ratings and predictions are used with permission from These are a computerized ranking with no human opinion.

1. Frederick Douglass
2. St. Xavier
3. Trinity
4. Boyle County
5. Covington Catholic
6. South Warren
7. Male
8. DuPont Manual
9. Corbin
10. Beechwood
11. Lexington Christian
12. Christian Academy of Louisville
13. Paducah-Tilghman
14. Highlands
15. Owensboro Catholic
16. Franklin County
17. Bryan Station
18. Scott County
19. Bowling Green
20. Ballard
21. Ashland
22. Woodford County
23. Mayfield
24. Ryle
25. Lexington Catholic

43. George Rogers Clark
69. Campbell County
84. Paris
101. Mason County
151. Bracken County
159. Scott
163. Harrison County
164. Bishop Brossart
179. Bourbon County
185. Nicholas County
211. Pendleton County

1. Pikeville
2. Raceland
3. Campbellsville
4. Kentucky Country Day
5. Paris
6. Newport Central Catholic
7. Bethlehem
8. Sayre
9. Newport
10. Holy Cross (Lou)

1. Beechwood
2. Lexington Christian
3. Owensboro Catholic
4. Mayfield
5. Green County
6. Murray
7. Shelby Valley
8. Somerset
9. Crittenden County
10. Monroe County

1. Christian Academy of Louisville
2. Lexington Catholic
3. Louisville Central
4. Union County
5. Glasgow
6. Bell County
7. Mercer County
8. Hart County
9. Franklin-Simpson
10. Belfry

1. Boyle County
2. Covington Catholic
3. Corbin
4. Paducah Tilghman
5. Franklin County
6. Ashland
7. Johnson Central
8. Logan County
9. Taylor County
10. Henry County

1. South Warren
2. Highlands
3. Scott County
4. Bowling Green
5. Woodford County
6. Greenwood
7. Southwestern
8. Owensboro
9. Cooper
10. South Oldham

1. Frederick Douglass
2. St. Xavier
3. Trinity
4. Male
5. DuPont Manual
6. Bryan Station
7. Ballard
8. Ryle
9. Bullitt East
10. Central Hardin

Week 5 Preview

George Rogers Clark @ Ballard

Pending Ballard Stat Report.

Prediction: Ballard 42, George Rogers Clark 19

Lloyd Memorial @ Bishop Brossart

The 3A Juggernauts come in a 4-0 after beating Newport Central Catholic in week one and Bethlehem this past weekend. They are led by Yurii Collins Comer who is averaging 165 yards per game on the ground with over two touchdowns per game. The team averages 274.2 yards per game rushing.

Prediction: Lloyd Memorial 38, Bishop Brossart 6

Bourbon County @ Harrison County

The Colonels come to Cynthiana at 0-4 having been running clocked on three of their games. QB Malachi Rennie is averaging 89.8 yards in the air. Jacob Ezell is averaging 53 yards receiving. The Thorobreds won their first two but have lost their last two and are now 2-2. QB Kaydon Custard is averaging a combined 435.7 yards per game on offense. Receivers Jashon Lewis and Tanner Tumey both average 92.5 yards.

Prediction: Bourbon County 38, Harrison County 35

Greenup County @ Montgomery County

Prediction: Greenup County 35, Montgomery County 17

The Musketeers had a breakout season last year, surprising everyone with their 8-5 record after going 1-10 in 2021. They are now 3-1. All their games have been won by less than two touchdowns. QB Tyson Sammons is averaging 140 yards passing and 171 yards rushing for three touchdowns per game.

Newport Catholic @ Campbell County

The Thoroughbreds are 2-2 and fell to Conner 38-17 last week. Their QB Kolton Smith averages a touchdown a game on 141 yards. Demetrick Welch averages 80 rushing and 42 receiving yards for two touchdowns.

Prediction: Campbell County 41, Newport Catholic 20

Nicholas County @ Pendleton County

The Bluejackets are expected to roll in this one after a three-game skid. The Wildcats are 0-4.

Prediction: Nicholas County 42, Pendleton County 18

Rockcastle County @ Paris

The undefeated Greyhounds face their toughest opponent yet against the undefeated Rockets in Paris. The Rockets’ QB Tucker Warren is averaging 202 passing yards with four touchdowns in the air.

Prediction: Rockcastle County 31, Paris 28

Mason County @ Rowan County

After dropping to 2-2, the Royals are looking to defeated the 1-3 Vikings in Morehead. Quarterback Abram Norden averages 145 passing yards and a touchdown per game. On the ground is Jackson Hamilton with 56 yards a game.

Prediction: Mason County 35, Rowan County 14

Bye Week:

Bracken County

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