Saturday, October 09, 1999

Other Northern Kentucky games




        • Lexington Henry Clay 56, Boone County 28, at Henry Clay — Boone County had its three-game winning streak snapped by the No.2-ranked team in Class AAAA. Henry Clay improved to 7-0.

        Boone junior tailback Timmy King continued his hot stretch, rushing 46 times for 243 yards and all four of his team's touchdowns.

        Boone County ....... 7   7   7   7—28

        Lexington Henry Clay ....... 21  14   7  14—56

        HC—Boyd 1 run (Sucurovic kick)

        BC—King 23 run (Kuhl kick)

        HC—Combs 43 pass from Boyd (Sucurovic kick)

        HC—Smith 2 run (Sucurovic kick)

        HC—Smith 1 run (Sucurovic kick)

        BC—King 5 run (Kuhl kick)

        HC—Dickerson 13 pass from Boyd (Sucurovic kick)

        HC—Boyd 7 run (Sucurovic kick)

        BC—King 19 run (Kuhl kick)

        HC—Smith 2 run (Sucurovic kick)

        HC—Blackburn 4 run (Sucurovic kick)

        BC—King 3 run (Kuhl kick)

        Records: HC 7-0 (3-0 dist.); BC 3-4 (2-1).

        • Ludlow 51, Dayton 13, at Ludlow — Senior Donald Weaver caught nine passes for 212 yards for two touchdowns to lead Ludlow.

        Jeremy Mills ran 20 times for 139 yards and four touchdowns. L.D. Bell threw for 272 yards on 12-of-17 passing, including the two TD tosses to Weaver.

        Dayton ....... 0   0   7   6—13

       Ludlow ....... 8  13  12  18—51

        L—Weaver 76 pass from Bell (Clore pass from Weaver)

        L—Mills 76 run (kick fail)

        L—Mills 2 run (Plybon kick)

        D—Roecker 75 run (Roecker kick)

        L—Redding 1 run (run fail)

        L—Weaver 62 pass from Bell (kick fail)

        L—Bell 6 run (kick fail)

        D—Turner 24 pass from Roecker (kick fail)

        L—Mills 4 run (kick fail)

        L—Mills 21 run (kick fail)

        Records: L 4-3 (1-1), D 1-6 (0-2).

        • Newport Central Catholic 45, Holy Cross 23, at Newport — Steve Everson ran 33 times for 212 yards and three touchdowns to lead Newport Central Catholic to its second consecutive victory.

        Holy Cross ....... 7   0  8  8—23

        Newport CC ....... 15  23  7  0—45

        N—Everson 2 run (Sharp kick)

        H—Krailman 78 run (Stoeckle kick)

        N—Brennenstuhl 34 pass from Bosley (Bosley run)

        N—Everson 9 run (Sharp kick)

        N—Everson 11 run (Sharp kick)

        N—Sharp 23 field goal

        N—Bosley 10 run (kick failed)

        H—Getz 2 run (Egan from Getz)

        N—Bosley 1 run (Sharp kick)

        H—Krailman 9 pass from Getz (Krailman from Getz)

        Records: N 2-5 (2-0), H 1-6 (0-2).

        • Lexington Bryan Station 63, Simon Kenton 14, at Bryan Station — Simon Kenton couldn't follow its upset of Ryle with another shocker. Bryan Station, ranked No.7 in Class AAAA, stormed to a 42-0 halftime lead and cruised thereafter.

        Simon Kenton ....... 0   0   6   8—14

        Lexington Bryan Station ....... 28  14  21   0—63

        BS—Shidell 27 run (W.Johnson kick)

        BS—Shelton 12 run (kick failed)

        BS—J.T.Haskins 77 run (Shelton run)

        BS—M.Johnson 52 pass from J.T.Haskins (Pearl kick)

        BS—Shelton 5 run (Pearl kick)

        BS—J.T.Haskins 53 run (Pearl kick)

        BS—Johnson 81 punt return (Pearl kick)

        SK—Morrison 1 run (run failed)

        BS—R.Haskins 75 return (Pearl kick)

        SK—Morrison 5 run (Morrison run)

        Records: BS 601 (4-0 district), SK 3-5 (1-3).

        • Ryle 25, Franklin County 20, at Franklin County — Ryle snapped its three-game losing streak in a big way, ending Franklin County's unbeaten season.

        After Franklin County scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to take a 20-19 lead, the Raiders prevailed when senior receiver Mike Setters caught the game-winning 34-yard TD pass from Justin Parr.

        Ryle ....... 7   3   9   6—25

        Franklin County ....... 0   7   0  13—20

        R—Grant 55 run (Lageman kick)

        R—Lageman 15 FG

        FC—Green 7 pass from Baltic (Baltic kick)

        R—Lageman 30 FG

        R—Parr 2 run (pass failed)

        FC—Miles 9 run (Baltic kick)

        FC—Brown blocked punt recovery in end zone

        R—Setters 34 pass from Parr (pass failed)

        Records: Ryle 4-3, Franklin County 6-1.

        • Highlands 49, Scott 21, at Scott — Highlands improved to 6-1 (2-0 in district play) with the relatively easy victory. It took control at the start of the game with a 92-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Brett Hamblen. Hamblen added five catches for 114 yards and one receiving touchdown and also had an interception. Scott falls to 2-5 (0-2).

        (Scoring information not available.)

        • Harrison County 29, Grant County 12, at Grant County — Chris Martin caught a 37-yard touchdown pass as time expired in the first half, giving Harrison County a 22-6 lead. Martin finished with six receptions for 99 yards and two TDs. Harrison County quarterback Daniel Kearns was 8-of-14 for 120 yards and three scores.

        Harrison County ....... 7  15  0  7—29

        Grant County ....... 6   0  6  0—12

        G—Hammonds 1 run (run failed)

        H—Scott 17 pass from Kearns (Scott kick)

        H—Custerd 10 pass from Kearns (Scott kick)

        H—Martin 37 pass from Kearns (Williams run)

        G—Meade 90 yard kick-off return (pass failed)

        H—Martin 11 pass from Faulkner (Scott kick)

        Records: HC 4-3 (3-1 district), GC 1-6 (0-3).

       



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