‘B’ Action

    In the first game for the players in the oldest division of the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League, the Cedar Grove Vikings got the best of the Overdale Chiefs by a 21-0 score.

    Cedar Grove had a balanced attack with four different players scoring. Landon Humphrey led the way for the Vikings with 119 yards on the ground as he scored a touchdown and an extra point. The team also got a touchdown from Lane Griffin who had 28 yards on the ground. The other score was posted by Tyler Cavote who rushed for 8-yards. C.J. Holt added two extra points.

    On defense, the Vikings got three tackles each from Cavote, Griffin and Humphrey.

    The leading rusher for the Chiefs was Caleb Gwinn with 23 yards while Hunter Perrot added 10 yards on the ground. The team also got 5-yards by Samuel Curtsinger, 3-yards from Austin Hack and 2-yards by Phillip Riley. Gwinn also passed for 18 yards with 12 yards going to Riley and 6-yards to Gabriel Kerney.

    On the other side of the ball, Hack led the way with eight stops while the Chiefs also got six stops by Gwinn along with five by Dugan Curtsinger. In addition, Overdale also got three tackles each by Riley and Ayden Tucker.

    In the early afternoon game on Saturday, the Maryville Patriots won an offensive game by getting past the Mount Washington Colts 33-19.

    Four of the touchdowns for the Patriots were scored by Felix Ortiz on a day when he exploded for 212 yards on the ground. Ortiz also scored an extra point. The other touchdown for the Patriots was posted by Jyrin Stevens as he rushed for 0 yards. Eli Milby scored an extra point on a pass from Ortiz. Adding to the offense was Gavin Holderman with 10-yards on the ground while Peyton Pilkenton had 2-yards.

    On the other side of the ball, Bronson Scott had a big game for the Patriots with ten tackles. Hayden Torres finished with five stops while Milby had four. Three stops were made by Jaxson Egnor and Ethan Purtilar.

    For the Colts, the leading rusher was Aiden Pentecost with 57 yards and one touchdown. The offense also got 28 yards on the ground by Carter Wheeler who rushed for a score and also caught a 12-yard pass from J.J. Watts for a score. Bryce Kron rushed for 17 yards while Watts had 6-yards on the ground.

    The leading tackler for the colts was Pentecost with three while both Wheeler and Nate Enriquez had two tackles.

    In the late afternoon game on Saturday, the Fairdale Bulldogs had plenty of offense and defeated the Crossroads Bengals by a 38-8 score.

    It was another big day for Elder Cabral as he scored five touchdowns as well as an extra point while rushing for 269 yards. The other socre for the Bulldogs was posted by Darien Webster on a day when he tallied 84 yards on the ground. The Bulldogs also got 15 yards on the ground from Jai Smith and 5-yards by Kamden Smith. Tre Brown rushed for 7-yards.

    Fairdale was also strong on defense as both Cabral and Webster finished with eight tackles. The team also got five tackles each from both of the Smith brothers as wll as three stops by Parker Harris, Noah Jarrett and Peyton Mann.

    The only score for the Bengals was posted by Bentley Murphy with Gaston White adding the extra point on a pass reception from Jake Sivori. Murphy tallied 85 yards on the ground for the Bengals while Sivori rushed for 21-yards. The team also got 12-yards from White and 1-yard from Easton Vincent.

    In the last game of the day on Saturday, the under-the-lights contest had the Shepherdsville Steelers defeat the Brooks Saints by a 22-0 score.

    Two of the touchdowns in the game for the Steelers were scored by N. Campbellrushed for 72 yards while also passing for 57 yards and catching passes for 22 yards from Napier. M. Campbell also had a touchdown. Extra points were scored by J. Cave and Areequin. Arrequin rushed for 46 yards in the win while Cooper rushed for 80 yards and passed for 38 yards. Napier led the team in rushing with 141 yards. Paris rushed for 18 yards while Cave rushed for 11 yards. The team also got 18 yards on the ground Wilkins and 16-yards by Sharpe. Fix rushed for 6-yards.

    The leading tackler for the Steelers was Napier with six stops while five tackles were recorded for Sharpe and Tyler. Four tackles were made by Arrequin, Brewer, N. Campbell, Cooper and Wilkins. Paris and Bolen each had three stops.

    The Saints would not reach the endzone in this game, but the team did get 27 yards on the ground by Gabriel Resendez along with 17 yards from Kaiden Thorton and 12 yards by Devin Vogelsang. Both Ayden Pate and Aden Shane had 8-yards on the ground while Emmanuel Hancock had 4-yards and Micha Anderson 3-yards.

    On defense, the Saints got six stops by Thorton as well as five by Pate. Four stops were made by Brock Lawrence, Charlie Davis and Skylar Diefenbach. Skyler Wilson had three tackles.

PeeWee Batles

    In the first game of the day on the big field, the Overdale Chiefs had just enough to get past the Kentville Kings 12-6.

    Leading the way for the Chiefs was Jayce Redmon with 101 yards on the ground and he had one of the touchdowns. The other score was credited to Hunter Chesher on a day when he rushed for 39 yards. Hudson Gomez added to the offense with 75 yards on the ground while Armoni Massey had 9-yards and Parker Vanyo had 8-yards.

    The top tacklers for the Chiefs were Redmon and Gomez with four while three stops were recorded for Vanyo and Easton Hartlage.

    The lone score for the Kings was posted by Jack Porter as he rushed for 62 yards in the game. The Kings also got 24 yards on the ground by Bryson Harris and 6-yards by No. 3.

    On defense, the Kings got six tackles by Porter along with two stops each by James Harris, Derrick MacKarmic, Kesan Evans, Thomas Harris and Bryson Harris.

    In the game at high noon on Saturday, the Mount Washington Colts got the best of the Maryvilly Patriots by a 22-6 score.

    All three of the touchdowns for the Colts were scored by Kendrick Dezern and both of the extra points were posted by Sutton Williams on pass catches from Dezern. Leading the Colts on the ground was Dallas Williams with 74 yards while Luxe Goldsmith rushed for 39 yards.

    On the other side of the ball, the Colts got four tackles by Abram Gearheart while Noah Robinson, Dezern and Cooper Goodwin each had three stops.

    The only points for the Patriots were scored by Eli Miller on a day when he rushed for 21 yards. The offense also got 37 yards on the ground from Corey Robinson along with 27 yards from Landon Crocker and 3-yards by Keaton Schott.

    The leading tackler for the Patriots was Brayden Walden with four stops while Crocker had three tackles. The team also got two tackles each from Ace McFadden, Miller and Robinson.

    In the mid-afternoon game, the Crossroads Bengals picked up a 37-6 win over the Fairdale Bulldogs.

    There was plenty of offense for the Bengals led by Aiden Tuttle as he rushed for 125 yards while passing for 106 yards. He scored one touchdown rushing the ball and also passed for two scores. Mason Wagner rushed for 3-yards while passing for 18 yards and adding 64 receiving yards while scoring both on the ground and through the air. Jaxton Sheridan also had a touchdown rushing and receiving on a day when he rushed for 55 yards and caught passes for 45 yards. A touchdown was also scored by Silas Whittington as he rushed for 13 yards. The offense also got 5-yards on the ground from Ryan Sivori and he also caught passes for 15 yards. Kobe Karnes rushed for 6-yards.

    The leading tackler for the Bengals was Tuttle with four while Sheridan had two stops. The team also got two tackles each from Taj Payton and Karnes.

    The only score for Fairdale came on a 91-yard pass from Braxton Woosley to Damyon Mudd. The Bulldogs also got 11-yards on the ground from Blaine Summers along with 2-yards on the ground from Mudd, Terry Werner and Woosley.

    Three tackles in the game for the Bulldogs were made by Kayden Malone, Mudd and Brayden Pruitt. Two stops were made by Kacin Eagle, Suimmers, Werner, Woosley and Brantley Giberson.

    The final game of the day for this age group was one of the wildest of the season before the Shepherdsville Steelers got past the Brooks Saints by a 36-35 score.

    The touchdowns don’t add up for the Steelers on the stat sheet, but it does say that Jace Campbell scored three touchdowns on a day when he rushed for 146 yards, passed for 24 yards and caught passes for 50 yards. The only other touchdown listed was by Jacob Bauman as he caught passes for 40 yards from Jordyn Miles. Bauman also had two extra points. Miles passed for 91 yards and caught a pass for 24 yards from Campbell. Miles also had a two-point conversion.

    On the other side of the ball, the Steelers got four tackles from Miles, Bentley Wheatley and Gunner Parker while three stops were  made by Bauman.

    It was a big night for the Saints’ Max Davis as he scored four touchdowns and an extra point. Davis rushed for 176 yards while passing for 15 yards to Logan Johnson. Johnson had the other score and had three extra points as he rushed for 27-yards. The offense also got 40 yards by Jaxton Smith.

    Leading the defense for the Saints was Davis with seven stops while Damon Dunn had five stops. The Saints also got four tackles by Garrett Mattingly along with three by Johnson. Two stops were made by Jayce Pharris and Hunter Swartwood.

Little Bullitt Wars

    The first of the three PeeWee games on Saturday saw the Maryville Patriots get past the Cedar Grove Vikings by a 31-6 score.

    All five of the Maryville touchdowns were scored by Jacob Torrey as he rushed for 138 yards. The Patriots also got 98 yards on the ground and an extra point by Xavier Grantz. Avery Johnson rushed for 2-yards.

    The leading tacklers for the Patriots were Zayden Flournoy and Grantz with six stops each while Torrey had five tackles. Four stops were made by Jayden Robinson. Three stops were credited to Johnson and Anderson Paulin.

    The only touchdown for the Vikings was scored by Levi Miller as he totaled 101 yards on the ground. The Vikings also got a good rushing game by Colton Sohm (the rushes were not totaled) along with 3-yards by Truitt Stivers.

    On defense, the ikings got three tackles each from Sohm, Stivers and Nicholas Wilson. Two tackles were made by Owyn Blair, Lucas Brown and Carter Reynolds.

    It was all the Fairdale Bulldogs in the second of the three games as they beat the Shepherdsville Steelers by a 34-7 count.

    Two of the scores for the Bulldogs were posted by Traxton Goff as he rushed for 165 yards and he also had an extra point. Jordan Johnson added a touchdown while rushing for 25 yards. The offense also got 45 yards from Jesiah Stutzenberger who rushed for 45 yards. Tristin Seeders rushed for 10-yards with a touchdown and an extra point. Adding to the offense on the ground was Keegan Winchester with 20 yards, Remington Tindal with 15 yards and Alexander Hall with 20-yards.

    Iker Cabral was listed as the Bulldogs’ leading tackler with three while Wade Giberson had two tackles.

    The only touchdown for the Steelers was posted by Brycen Mackowiak and he also had the extra point on a day when he rushed for 57 yards. The team also got 4-yards by Kyson Gribbons.

    Some of the totals are hard to read, but it seems that Liam Sullivan was the leading tackler for the Steelers with seven while six were made by Stanley. Four stops were made by Mackowiak and Brayden Kristansen while three tackles were credited to Makayla Tobin, Hunter Thompson, Matthew Stanley and Gribbons.

    In the last of the three games for this age group, there was plenty of offense as the Overdale Chiefs beat the Mount Washington Colts 33-26.

    Four of the touchdowns for the Chiefs were scored by Terrace Rutledge as he rushed for 182 yards. Overdale also got 96 yards on the ground by Andrew Sadler as he scored two touchdowns and an extra point. Carter Jordan rushed for 49 yards with an extra point.

    On the other side of the ball, Overdale got nine tackles by Rutledge and eight by Jordan. Adding to the tackles was Sadler and Brayden Jenkins as each had three stops.

    Three of the touchdowns and two extra points for the Colts were scored by Ryan Coogle as he rushed for 141 yards. The team also got a touchdown by Cam Sims as he rushed for 2-yards. Adding to the offense for the Colts was Nolan Doss with 10-yards while Elijah Laird had 9-yards.

    The top tackler for the Colts was Easton Parker with nine while Sims and Jace O’Hara had seven tackles. Doss had six stops while four tackles were made by Braxton Metcalfe and Coogle. Laird finished with three stops.

Little Giants Flag

    In the first game of the day in flag action, the Overdale Chiefs defeated the Cedar Grove Vikings by an 18-7 score.

    The leading rusher for Overdale was Connor Bagley with 84 yards and he had one of the touchdowns while Conner Peck had 73 yards with a score. The other touchdown was scored by Sawyer Mattingly who rushed for 28 yards. The Overdale offense also got 39 yards by Talon Guerreri and 10-yards by Cayson Jordan.

    On defense, the Chiefs got five tackles by Peck along with three by both Bagley and Jordan. OwenSeaton and Guerrier had two tackles.

    The only touchdown for the Vikings was scored by Aiden Logsdon while the extra points was scored by Levi Huffman. Huffman rushed for 72 yards in the game while Logsdon had 4-yards. The Vikings also got 13 yards from Knox Dever.

    On the other side of the ball, the Vikings got ten tackles from Duke Kelley while Huffman and Mason Booker each had four tackles. Michael Lonose’s had two stops.

    In the second game of the day, the Fairdale Bulldogs defeated the Shepherdsville Steelers 38-6.

    The stat sheet really doesn’t list any yardage for the Bulldogs. It does show touchdowns by Spender Hatler, Liam Price, Wyatt Stewardt and Antonio McNeil. Hatler had three conversion while Kasen Kroeger, Kyle Montfort, Price and Xander Walters-Mills each had one.

    On defense, Kroeger had seven flags while Hatler had five. Price pulled three flags while two flags were pulled by Montfort and Stewart.

    For the Steelers, Camden Stewart led the way with a touchdown and a two-point conversion while rushing for 80 yards. Kacen Pilato rushed for 50 yards with a touchdown and a conversion. Xander Jones added 3-yards on the ground.

    The only player on the stat sheet with a flag was Stewart with one.

      In a game late on Saturday afternoon, the Maryville Patriots got the best of the Lebanon Junction Seahawks by a 19-8 score.

    All three of the touchdowns for the Patriots were scored by Xavier Dwyer as he had 12 runs for 232 yards. The extra point was scored by Roland Almony who rushed for 7-yards. Adding to the offense was Alazaiha McCollum who had 81 yards on the ground.

    The leading tackler for the Patriots was Dwyer with seven while two flags were pulled by Karson Beamus, Alijah Kendrick, Almoney and Kaysen White.

    The only touchdown for the Seahawks was scored by Ben Norris on a day when he rushed for 97 yards. Malachi Bennett had the two-point conversion while rushing for 34 yards. The Seahawks also got 30 yards from Branson Bradshaw.

    Norris finished with six flags in the game while Bennett had four. The team also got two flags weach from Silas Moore and Hayden Tackett.

    In a game at 6 p.m., the Crossroads Bengals got the best of the Brooks Saints by a 34-7 score.

    The Bengals got two scores from Dawson Gephart while he rushed for 100 yards. Zayden Nicholson rushed for 97 yards with two scores. The Bengals wlso got a touchdown and a two-point conversion from River Allen who rushed for 15 yards. Liam Howell rushed for 10-yards and a conversion. The Bengals also got 23-yards on the ground from Hendrix Medley and 20-yards by Cooper Herm.

    Allen had a good day pulling flags with eight while Gephart had three. Both Medley and Nicholson had two tackles.

    The stat sheet for the Saints does not show who scored the touchdown or extra point. It does show Jayden with 76 yards on the ground and Alex King with 47 yards. Tucker and Michael each rushed for 2-yards.

    Jayden is shown with five tackles while Tucker had three flags.

    In the final game of the day on the smaller field, the Highview Mustangs defeated the Pleasant Grove Dolphins by a 42-18 score.

    Two of the touchdowns for the Mustangs were scored by Emmanuel with 140 yards on the ground. Houston had 60 yards on the ground with a touchdown and a conversion. Deron rushed for 70 yards with a touchdown. Elon rushed for 70 yards with a touchdown. Wyatt also rushed for 70 yards with a touchdown. Jaishon and Gray added two-point conversions.

    The leading tackler for the Mustangs was Emmanuel with 11 while Houston had seven flags. Three flags were pulled by Deron and Elon.

    Scoring two of the touchdowns for the Dolphins was Kayson LaFever who rushed for 140 yards. Nate Dewees had the other touchdowns while rushing for 114 yards. The Dolphins also got 59 yards on the ground from Noah Scott and he caught two passes from Jaxson Livers for 30 yards. Adding to the offense was Hudson Lynch with 18 yards and Kash Adams with 5-yards.

    On defense, the stat sheet only showed Carter Thomas with two flags and Lynch with one.

CORRECTION

    In Week 4 Little Bullitt action, the Mount Washington Colts defeated the Shepherdsville Steelers 49-18.

    Leading the way for the Colts was Ryan Coogle as he rushed for 313 yards while scoring six touchdowns. The team also got two scores by Nolan Doss who had 78 yards on the ground. The lone extra point was scored by Jace O’Hara who rushed for 13 yards. The offense also got 19 yards from Elijah Laird on the ground.

    On the other side of the ball, the Colts got eight tackles by Doss along with five by Coogle and four by Kellen Goldsmith and Braxton Metcalfe. Three stops were made by Laird and O’Hara.

    For the Steelers, two of the touchdowns along with an extra point were scored by Mackowiak on a day when he rushed for 90 yards. They also got 52 yards and a touchedown from Watt. Gribbins added 3-yards on the ground.

    It was a big day on defense for Sullivan with 12 tackles. The Colts also got seven stops from Kristiansen and four by Mackowiak. Three tackles were made by Thompson.