Saturday, October 23, 1999

OTHER NORTHERN KY. GAMES


Smith, Partin top 1,000 in Newport victory

        Newport sent its super duo of Charlie Smith and Nick Partin over the 1,000-yard mark again Friday night as the Wildcats rolled to a 69-6 victory over visiting Bath County.

        Partin, a senior tailback, rushed for 266 yards and five touchdowns on 18 carries. Newport coaches said that yardage is believed a single-game school record. Smith, a senior quarterback, ran for 42 yards and a TD, and passed for 34 yards and two scores.

        That gives Partin 1,205 yards and 18 TDs on the season. Smith has rushed for 1,041 yards and 13 TDs, and passed for 1,017 yards and 11 TDs. Smith exceeded 1,000 yards in both categories last year, as did Partin in rushing yardage.

        Newport (8-1) is 4-1 in its Class AA district and can claim the district title and No.1 seed for the playoffs if wins next Friday at Russell (7-2, 5-0 district).

        Bath County ....... 0  0  6  0 — 6

        Newport ....... 21  20  14  14—69

        N—Partin 17 run (Pompillio kick)

        N—Partin 4 run (Pompillio kick)

        N—Byrd 5 pass from C.Smith (Pompillio kick)

        N—C.Smith 3 run (Pompillio kick)

        N—Pompillio 4 pass from C.Smith (Pompillio kick)

        N—Partin 23 run (kick failed)

        N—Partin 42 run (Pompillio kick)

        N—Partin 14 run (Pompillio kick)

        B—Scruggs 5 run (run failed)

        N—Williams 9 run (Pompillio kick)

        N—Williams 34 run (Pompillio kick)

        Records: N 8-1 (4-1 district), BC 3-6 (1-4).

        CovCath 39, Scott 7 - Brett Dietz threw for 246 yards and three touchdowns on 12-of-22 passing to help host Covington Catholic beat Scott 39-7.

        Covington Catholic's Shawn Ryan rushed 21 times for 112 yards and three touchdowns.

        Scott was led by Joe Kuehne with 98 yards rushing on six carries, before leaving the game midway through the second quarter. Covington Catholic outgained Scott 365-184 in total yards on the game.

        Scott ....... 0  7   0   0—07

        Cov. Cath. ....... 7  0  12  20—39

        C—Ryan 9 run (Getz kick)

        S—Kuehne 88 run (Duncan kick)

        C—Applegate 42 pass from Dietz (kick failed)

        C—Ryan 36 pass from Dietz (run failed)

        C—Ryan 1 run (run failed)

        C—Burke 17 pass from Dietz (Getz kick)

        C—Fedders 40 interception return (Getz kick)

        Records: C 4-5, S 2-7.

        • Russell 42, Lloyd 12, at Lloyd — Russell came from behind to dominate the last three quarters behind sophomore tailback Nathan Hines. Hines ran for 114 yards and four TDs, three of which came in Russell's 26-point second quarter.

        Russell finished with 243 rushing yards and held Lloyd to 122 total yards.

        Russell ....... 6  26  7  3—42

        Lloyd ....... 12  0  0  0—12

        L—Jamison 6 run (kick failed)

        R—Hines 1 run (kick failed)

        L—Warner 19 pass from Addington (run failed)

        R—Hines 2 run (Jones kick)

        R—Hines 53 run (kick failed)

        R—Hines 11 run (Jones kick)

        R—Clark 8 run (kick failed)

        R—Malone 15 run (Jones kick)

        R—Jones 33 FG

        Records: R 7-2 (5-0 district), L 1-8 (1-4).

        • Beechwood 62, Ludlow 0, at Beechwood — Beechwood senior Ben List totaled 202 all-purpose yards to lead the Tigers.

        List, who normally plays running back and receiver, filled in at quarterback Friday night. He went 4-of-5 passing for 113 yards and a touchdown, and rushed for 89 yards and two TDs on 10 carries. Beechwood streaked to a 41-0 lead at the break and coasted.

        Nick Sketch added 152 yards rushing on just five carries, scoring three TDs. He had scoring runs of 86 and 67 yards and caught a 58-yard TD pass.

        The Tigers (7-2) have won 39 consecutive home games.

        Ludlow ....... 0   0   0  0—00

        Beechwood ....... 13  28  21  0—62

        B—Sketch 58 pass from List (Robb kick)

        B—Sketch 86 run (run failed)

        B—List 11 run (Robb kick)

        B—Sketch 67 run (Robb kick)

        B—Spence 42 interception return (Robb kick)

        B—List 38 run (Robb kick)

        B—Hampel 51 run (Robb kick)

        B—Mann 55 run (Arlinghaus kick)

        B—Keam 68 run (Arlinghaus kick)

        Records: B 7-2 (3-1 district), L 4-5 (1-3).

        • Campbell County 27, Simon Kenton 14, at Simon Kenton — Sophomore tailback Kip Mason rushed for 204 yards and three touchdowns on 36 carries to help the Camels win their second game on the season.

        Daniel Morrison led Simon Kenton with 141 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 19 carries.

        Campbell County ....... 0  15   6  6—27

        Simon Kenton ....... 0   0  14  0—14

        C—Mason 8 run (Mason run)

        C—Mason 20 run (Hardy kick)

        C—Mason 16 run (kick failed)

        S—Morrison 68 run (Smock kick)

        S—Morrison 3 run (Smock kick)

        C—Piccirillo 1 run (run failed)

        Records: CC 2-7 (1-4 district), SK 3-6 (1-4).

        • Dixie Heights 27, Conner 9, at Conner — Conner held a 3-0 halftime lead, but Dixie Heights roared back with four unanswered touchdowns to clinch a Class AAA playoff berth. The Colonels can clinch the district's No.2 seed and a home playoff opener by beating Covington Catholic next Friday.

        Senior fullback Bobby Zeller led the Colonel attack, rushing for 107 yards and a touchdown on nine carries.

        The Dixie defense allowed only 150 total yards.

        Dixie ....... 0  0  21  6—27

        Conner ....... 3  0   0  6— 9

        C—McDaniel 40 FG

        D—Hall 47 pass from Unkraut (Rolfes kick)

        D—Stamper 7 run (Rolfes kick)

        D—Metzger 12 run (Rolfes kick)

        D—Zeller 5 run (pass failed)

        C—Deck 13 pass from Giron (pass failed)

        Records: DH 7-2 (3-1), C 4-4 (2-2).

        • Franklin County 18, Grant County 2, at Grant County — Greg Anderson scored on a two-yard touchdown run in the second quarter to give Franklin County the lead for good.

        Franklin County caught Grant County off guard in the third quarter when Emil Bal tic found Sean Williams for a 50-yard touchdown pass.

        Franklin County sealed the outcome with 1:47 remaining on a Gordon Miles six-yard touchdown run.

        Grant County controlled the ball much of the game but couldn't reach the end zone. The Braves rushed for 275 yards, led by 104 by Dugan Schleuter.

        Franklin County ....... 0  6  6  6—18

        Grant County ....... 2  0  0  0— 2

        GC—Neidigh safety

        FC—Greg Anderson 2 run (kick failed)

        FC—Sean Williams 50 pass from Emil Baltic (pass failed)

        FC—Gordon Miles 6 run (kick failed)

        Records: FC 8-1 (5-0 district), GC 2-7 (1-4).

        • Dayton 27, Holy Cross 12, at Holmes — Dayton spoiled Holy Cross' first Homecoming by claiming its first Class A district victory of the season. Holy Cross had borrowed Holmes' field for the first “home” game in the team's two-year history.

        Dayton scored first and never trailed. Holy Cross' highlight was an 85-yard kickoff return touchdown by senior Craig Craddock in the third quarter.

        Dayton improved to 2-7 overall and 1-3 in the district. Holy Cross is 2-6 (0-4).

       



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