BLUEGRASS SPORTS NATION HIGH SCHOOL GAME of THE WEEK – OCTOBER 6, 2017
MORGAN COUNTY COUGARS v. BREATHITT COUNTY BOBCATS Eastern Kentucky sports media leader, BLUEGRASS SPORTS NATION has chosen at its game of the week for Friday, October 6th, as the matchup between the Morgan County Cougars and the Breathitt County Bobcats. The Cougars and Bobcats currently sit atop Class 3A District 8, each at 2-0 in District play and this game will help determine District superiority. The Cougars and Head Coach Mark Easterling come to Jackson off two impressive District wins over Estill County (34-8) and Magoffin County (64-46). The Bobcats and Head Coach Kyle Moore have righted the ship after a slow start to the season and have picked up their District victories over Knott Central (50-43) and Estill County (36-22). Continue reading BSN Game of the Week – Morgan Co. at Breathitt Co.→
David Leveridge – Columnist – Bluegrass Sports Nation.
Two of the best Garde School programs in our area matched up on Tuesday evening. The NorthFork Lumberjacks from Jackson, travelled to Hazard to take on the East Perry Miners in highly anticipated matchup. The first matchup of the evening was the 5th/6th Grade teams of each with the 3rd/4th Grade teams following. Continue reading Youth Football – Lumberjacks split with East Perry→
Nate Skidmore has complete game scoring four touchdowns. By David Leveridge – Bluegrass Sports Nation game of the week: KHSAA Football week 6 Maggoffin County vs Powell County in district seven action Class 3A.
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→