Local Sports 9-3-2013

H.S. Football

Johnson Central 61 vs. Holy Trinity, Ontario Canada 7     
Prestonsburg 43 at Sheldon Clark     0
Paintsville 21 vs. Morgan County 14     
Lawrence County 50 at Rowan County 27
Powell County 28 at Magoffin County 20     

Hurley, VA 36 vs.East Ridge 14 - Community Trust Pike County Bowl (at Pikeville)     
Pikeville 62 vs. Hazard 50 Community Trust Pike County Bowl
Belfry     37 vs. Somerset 12     - Community Trust Pike County Bowl
Betsy Layne     62 vs.Phelps 6 - Community Trust Pike County Bowl (at Shelby Valley)     
Henry Clay 52 vs.Pike County Central 14     - Community Trust Pike County Bowl (at Belfry)     
Shelby Valley 22 vs. Paris 19 - Community Trust Pike County Bowl

Corbin 36 vs. Perry County Central 8 - Cumberland Falls Pigskin Classic
Breathitt County 47 vs. Jackson County 14 - Kentucky River Medical Center Honey Bowl
Mason County 34 vs. Boyd County 16 - Meadowview Regional Kickoff Classic

Allen Central     34 at Jenkins 26     
Ashland Blazer 35 vs. Raceland 34     
Fairview 27 at East Carter    6     
Leslie County 41 vs. Knott County Central 24     
Pineville 38 vs. South Floyd 24     
Russell 14 vs. Greenup County 8     

Soccer (Boys)

Paintsville vs.Shelby Valley - 6:00 PM -15th Region All "A" Classic
Johnson Central at Mingo Co. Central - 8:00 PM

Soccer (Girls)

Johnson Central at Mingo Co. Central - 6:00 PM


Ashland Blazer - at Lawrence County - 7:00 PM
Sheldon Clark - at Johnson Central - 6:00 PM
Magoffin Co. - at Morgan Co - 6:00 PM

UK Football

*  Keshawn Simpson ran for a pair of 3-yard touchdowns and Antonio Andrews added his own 3-yard score as Western Kentucky beat Kentucky 35-26 Saturday night. The Hilltoppers outgained Kentucky 487-419 in total offense and held the ball for 35 minutes. The loss ruined Kentucky coach Mark Stoops' debut. Coordinator Neal Brown's Air Raid offense struggled against a Western Kentucky defense returning seven starters from a bowl team that went 7-6 last season in the Sun Belt Conference. The Wildcats scores came on a 22-yard field goal by Joe Mansour, Jalen Whitlow ran 50 yards and Jonathan George had a 5-yard TD run and Maxwell Smith connected with Demarco Robinson on a 34-yard TD pass.  

* Kentucky has named Maxwell Smith as the starting quarterback for the Wildcats' home opener against Miami (Ohio). Smith will make his first start Saturday in nearly a year. He started four games last season and threw for 975 yards, eight touchdowns and four interceptions before sustaining a season-ending ankle injury against South Carolina. The 6-foot-4 sophomore replaced struggling starter Jalen Whitlow in the third quarter of Saturday night's 35-26 loss to Western Kentucky and led two fourth-quarter scoring drives, but couldn't rally Kentucky (0-1) past the Hilltoppers. Smith finished with 125 yards and a touchdown on 8 of 13 passing. Whitlow was 10 of 15 passing for 78 yards against WKU and rushed for 75 yards and a touchdown on seven carries.