Week 6 is in the books and it was full of surprises. To start the excitement off Breathitt County (1-5) was off to a horrible start this season as they traveled to Knott Central (3-2) who was having a great season. Breathitt won 50-43 and showed why you play the games and don’t just go by season play thus far. Floyd Central (4-2) was surprised at home by Pike Central 35-34. Letcher Central (0-6) continued to struggle as they ran in to a buzz saw at home losing to Perry Central (5-0) 44-34. Continue reading Week 6 in High School Football full of surprises
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Bluegrass Sports Nation game of the week: Week five of KHSAA Football. Leslie County Eagles vs. Breathitt County Bobcats.
This week’s Bluegrass Sports Nation game of the week featured two teams that once dominated the gridiron, but have struggled recently. Leslie County entered tonight’s matchup with a one win and three loss campaign. Leslie County opened the season with an impressive victory over Pineville with 47-22 victory. Continue reading Leslie County Eagles soar over the struggling Breathitt County Bobcats: Leslie County 50- Breathitt County 14
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Bluegrass Sports Nation game of the week: Week 4 of KHSAA Football season Clay County @ Perry County Central.
This weeks Bluegrass Sports Nation game of the week featured the Clay County Tigers taking on the home team Perry County Central Commodores. Clay County entered the matchup with a one win and two loss record. Last week against Middlesboro High School the Tigers won a thrilling overtime game 30- 29, giving the Tigers momentum heading into tonight’s matchup.
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Week 3- Bluegrass Sports Nation Game of the week: Knott County Central Patriots vs. Perry County Central Patriots.
Week #3 of the KHSAA High School football occurred this past weekend. Bluegrass Sports Nation has chosen a game of the week with Perry Central battling Knott Central, in which we offer complete media coverage of the action on the field. The coverage includes pre- game interviews with the coaches from each school, videos of each team entering the field, progress via social media during games, quarterly updates, excellent photography work from Brendon Miller, and an article detailing the game action. Continue reading Perry County Central Rushing attack takes control of the game, defeats Knott County Central 57-19.
Week three schedule of High School Football was all over the place due to heavy rain that was forecast throughout the region. Some teams moved their games up one day and play on Thursday while others moved to Saturday. Most teams decided to chance it and played as scheduled on Friday night. Continue reading Week Three of High School Football Full of Excitement
The Hazard Bulldogs opened the season at home against class 5A Harlan County Black Bears. The game is featured as the Bluegrass Sports Nation game of the week. Hazard finished as Class A Runner up in the 2016 season with a 12 and 3 record, Harlan County is coming off a 4 and 7 season where they were defeated in the first round of the playofffs by Pulaski County. Although this was Hazard’s first game of the season, Harlan County entered the game with one game under its belt defeating the Ashland Blazers in the opening weekend of high school football.