Saturday, October 30, 1999

Other Northern Ky. games




        • Highlands 47, Conner 10, at Highlands — Highlands (9-1) finished the season as the top-ranked Northern Kentucky team.

        Gino Guidugli continued to put up big passing numbers. Guidugli threw for three touchdowns — and went over 2,000 yards for the season — while rushing for another.

        Highlands tailback Brenden Zenni rushed for 138 yards which enabled him to finish the season with more than 1,000 rushing yards.

        Conner ....... 3   0   7  0—10

        Highlands ....... 7  22  12  6—47

        C—McDaniel 37 FG

        H—Barre 32 run (Chuke kick)

        H—Hamblen 46 pass from Guiduili (kick failed)

        H—Hamblen 60 pass from Guiduili (Guiduili run)

        H—Johnston 32 pass from Guiduili (Zenni run)

        H—Guiduili 27 run (kick failed)

        H—Zenni 5 run (kick failed)

        C—Wilson 5 run (McDaniel kick)

        H—Behymer 20 run (pass failed)

        Records: H 9-1, Conner 4-5

        • Newport 28, Russell 10, at Russell — Newport won a game it had to have and finished as district champion through the tie-breaker system.

        After the Mason County loss three weeks ago, Newport's defense came on strong to spark the team to victory in the final weeks.

        Newport's Charlie Smith finished the game with three touchdowns, two rushing and one passing.

        Newport ....... 0  14  0  14—28

        Russell ....... 3  7  0  0 —10

        R—Tettrey 27 FG

        N—Smith 1 run (Pompillio kick)

        R—McKenzie 63 run (Tettrey kick)

        N—Pompillio 28 pass from Smith (Pompillio kick)

        N—Partin 3 run (Pompillio kick)

        N—Smith 3 run (Pompillio kick)

        Records: N 9-1, R 7-3

        • Beechwood 48, Newport CC 0, at Newport Stadium — Ben List (109), Joe Hampel (120) and Nick Sketch (121) each ran for 100 yards to power Beechwood.

        List had touchdown runs of 5, 21, 18 and one yard.

        Beechwood ....... 7  21  7  13—48

        Newport CC ....... 0   0  0   0— 0

        B—List 5 run (Robb kick)

        B—List 21 run (Robb kick)

        B—Sketch 9 run (Robb kick)

        B—Hampel 4 run (Robb kick)

        B—List 18 run (Robb kick)

        B—List 1 run (Robb kick)

        B—Futcher 23 run (kick failed)

        Records: B 8-2, N 3-7.

        • Boone County 62, Simon Kenton 6, at Simon Kenton — Tim King rushed for 221 yards on 17 carries while scoring four touchdowns to lead Boone County over Simon Kenton.

        King finished the season with 1,583 yards and 21 touchdowns. Brian Gregory added 85 yards on six carries and two touchdowns for Boone County.

        Simon Kenton was led by Daniel Morrison with 100 yards on 28 carries and a touchdown, giving him 1,053 on the year.

        Boone County ....... 22  21  13  6—62

        Simon Kenton ....... 0   0   0  6— 6

        B—Gregory 5 run (Kuhl kick)

        B—King 3 run (Kammer run)

        B—King 30 run (Kuhl kick)

        B—Gregory 37 run (Kuhl kick)

        B—Clifford 54 pass from Flick (Kuhl kick)

        B—King 33 run (Kuhl kick)

        B—King 2 run (Kuhl kick)

        B—Huff 6 run (kick failed)

        S—Morrison 7 pass from Ballinger (kick failed)

        B—Bowling 7 run (kick failed)

        Records: B 5-5, S 3-7.

        • Dixie Heights 41, Covington Catholic 7, at Dixie — Senior quarterback Chris Unkraut completed 14-of-24 pass attempts for 278 yards and three touchdowns to lead Dixie Heights.

        Dixie scored the game's first 28 points and was never threatened.

        Tom Unkraut caught two touchdown passes, and Andy Schneider made seven catches for 118 yards and a TD.

        CovCath ....... 0   7  0  0— 7

        Dixie ....... 7  28  6  0—41

        DH—Stamper 1 run (Rolfes kick)

        DH—T. Unkraut 36 pass from C.Unkraut (Rolfes kick)

        DH—Stamper 4 run (Rolfes kick)

        DH—T. Unkraut 33 pass from C.Unkraut (Rolfes kick)

        CC—Albanese 10 pass from Dietz (Goetz kick)

        DH—Schneider 40 pass from C.Unkraut (Rolfes kick)

        DH—Zeller 13 run (kick failed)

        Records: DH 8-2, CC 4-6.

       



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