Saturday, October 16, 1999

OTHER NORTHERN KY. GAMES


Ryle QB throws for career-high 274 yards

        Senior quarterback Justin Parr completed 14-of-26 pass attempts for a career-high 274 yards to lead Ryle to its second straight win with a 35-20 victory over visiting Scott County on Friday.

        Mike Setters caught nine passes for 165 yards and three TD's.

        Scott County took a 14-0 lead before Parr threw four second quarter touchdown passes, including three in the last 1:58.

        Scott Co. ....... 7   7  6  0—20

        Ryle ....... 0  28  7  0—35

        SC—Franklin 2 run (Bunch kick)

        SC—Franklin 5 run (Bunch kick)

        R—Setters 19 pass from Parr (Lageman kick)

        R—Fohl 28 pass from Parr (Lageman kick)

        R—Setters 28 pass from Parr (Lageman kick)

        R—Setters 9 pass from Parr (Lageman kick)

        SC—Christman 1 run (kick fail)

        R—Alig 1 run (Lageman kick)

        Records: R 5-3, SC 4-5.

        • Bryan Station 41, Boone County 28, at Boone County — J.T. Haskins returned a touchdown 100 yards to give Bryan Station a 14-point lead near the end of the fourth quarter to seal the game.

        Boone County's Tim King rushed 37 times for 161 yards and a touchdowns.

        Bryan Station ....... 14  0  7  20—41

        Boone County ....... 7  7  0  14—28

        BC—Gregory 8 pass from Flick (Kuhl kick)

        BS—Shelton 67 run (Washburn kick)

        BS—Shelton 6 run (Washburn kick)

        BC—King 20 run (Kuhl kick)

        BS—Siddell 18 run (Washburn kick)

        BC—Flick 10 run (Kuhl kick)

        BS—Siddell 28 run (Washburn kick)

        BS—Haskins 65 run (Washburn kick)

        BS—Haskins 100 interception return (kick failed)

        BC—Brown 4 pass from Flick (Kuhl kick)

        Records: BS 7-1, BC 3-5.

        • Bellevue 28, Ludlow 6, at Bellevue — Bellevue scored four unanswered second-half touchdowns after trailing 6-0 in the first half. Bellevue remains undefeated.

        James Delaney and Russell Madden combined to rush for 100 yards with each scoring a touchdown, while Nate Berkley hooked up with Delaney for touchdowns twice for Bellevue.

        L.D. Bell led Ludlow by throwing for 126 yards on 14-of-28 passing.

        Ludlow ....... 6  0   0   0—06

        Bellevue ....... 0  0  14  14—28

        L—Mills 3 run (kick failed)

        B—Delaney 34 pass from Berkley (Madden kick)

        B—Montgomery 3 run (Madden kick)

        B—Delaney 25 pass from Berkley (Madden kick)

        B—Madden 3 run (Madden kick)

        Records: B 8-0, L 4-4.

        • Beechwood 50, Holy Cross 14, at Beechwood — Ben List rushed 11 times for 113 yards and a touchdown for Beechwood. The Tiger's offense rolled for a total of 368 yards.

        Holy Cross ....... 0  0  8  6—14

        Beechwood ....... 36  7  7  0—50

        B— Nie 1 run (Robb kick)

        B— Hampel 1 run ( Robb kick)

        B— List 1 (Robb kick)

        B— Safety (QB sacked in Endzone)

        B— Mann 1 run (kick Failed)

        B— Weber 1 run (Robb kick)

        B— Sketch 1 run ( Robb kick)

        B— Potter 1 run (Arlinghaus kick)

        HC— Craddock 75 run (Egan pass from Goetz)

        HC— Egan 10 pas from Goetz (rush failed)

        Records:B— 6-2, HC— 2-4.

        • Newport 32, Lloyd 0, at Newport — Nick Partin set the tone for the game by returning the opening kickoff 90 yards for the Wildcats.

        He also rushed 26 times for 155 yards and scored twice. Quarterback Charlie Smith also rushed 11 times for 75 yards. The Wildcat defense held Lloyd to a total of 78 yards of total offense.

        Lloyd ....... 0   0  0  0— 0

        Newport ....... 7  13  6  6—32

        N— Partin 90 kickoff return (Pompillio kick)

        N— Barnes 2 pass from Smith (Pompillio kick)

        N— Smith 21 run (kick failed)

        N— Partin 12 run (pass failed)

        N— Partin 26 run (kick failed)

        Records:Newport 7-1,(3-1) Lloyd 1-6.

        • Henry Clay 49, Campbell County 7, at Campbell County — Zia Combs and Raymond Smith each scored two touchdowns for Henry Clay.

        Henry Clay ....... 14  7  21  7—49

        Campbell County ....... 0  0   7  0— 7

        H—Combs 2 pass from Boyd (Sucurovic kick)

        H—Combs 3 run (Sucurovic kick)

        H—Smith 7 run (Sucurovic kick)

        H—Beifel 25 pass from Boyd (Sucurovic kick)

        H—Smith 4 run (Sucurovic kick)

        C—Mason 2 run (Hardy kick)

        H—Commodore 6 run (Sucurovic kick)

        Records: C 1-7, H 8-0.

        • Newport Catholic 22, Dayton 0, at Dayton — Junior quarterback Hank Bosley led the NewCath attack, passing for two touchdowns and running for another. Steven Everson carried the ball 38 times en route to 150 yards on the ground.

        Newport Central Catholic ....... 8  7  0  7—22

        Dayton ....... 0  0  0  0— 0

        NC—Brennenstuhl 9 pass from Bosley (Everson run)

        NC—Brennenstuhl 39 pass from Bosley (Sharp kick)

        NC—Bosley 15 run (Sharp kick)

        Records: NC 3-5 D 1-7

        • Grant County 47, Montgomery County 27, at Montgomery County — Eric Meade rushed for 137 yards on 10 carries while scoring three touchdowns leading Grant County past Montgomery County.

        Grant Co. ....... 7  12  21   7—47

        Montgomery Co. ....... 0   0  13  14—27

        G—Sidnor 2 run (Thornberry kick)

        G—Sidnor 6 run (kick failed)

        G—Meade 5 run (run failed)

        G—Schlueter 90 kickoff return (Meade run)

        G—Schlueter 5 run (Thornberry kick)

        M—Orme 78 pass from Manning (Pervis kick)

        M—Mullins 55 pass from Manning (kick failed)

        G—Meade 57 run (kick failed)

        G—Meade 30 run (Thornberry kick)

        M—Walker 58 pass from Manning (Pervis kick)

        M—Smallwood 48 run (Pervis kick)

        Records: G 2-6, M 5-3.

       



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