Local Sports 9-10-2012

HS Football

Friday, September 7, 2012

Jenkins 28 vs. Paintsville 22
Sheldon Clark     48 vs. Pikeville     34    
Magoffin County 28 at West Carter 26
Perry County Central 50 at Lawrence County 49
Ashland Blazer     47 vs. Russell 7    
Bath County 28 vs. East Carter 7    
Belfry     53 vs. Prestonsburg 6    
Betsy Layne 51 vs. Allen Central 8    
Breathitt County 36 at Jackson County     14        
Montgomery County 25 at Letcher County Central 6            
Pike County Central 41 at Shelby Valley 28        
Raceland 59 vs. Greenup County 15    
Rowan County     55 vs. Fleming County     49        
Somerset 17 vs. Hazard 9    
South Floyd 54 vs. Knott County Central 20

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Morgan County 54 vs. Pendleton County 12

HS Volleyball (Tonight 9-10-2012)

Lawrence County - at Johnson Central     - 7:00 PM
Magoffin County - at Phelps - 7:00 PM
Paintsville - at Sheldon Clark -     6:00 PM

HS Girls Soccer (Tonight 9-10-2012)

Estill County - at Johnson Central - 6:30 PM
Lawrence County - at Sheldon Clark- 7:00 PM

UK Football

Kentucky 47 Kent State 14

Maxwell Smith had a career-best 354 yards passing and four touchdowns and Raymond Sanders added a career-high 115 yards rushing as Kentucky beat Kent State 47-14 Saturday night to win its seventh straight home opener. The Wildcats, who trailed 7-0 at the end of the first quarter, racked up 539 yards to wear down the Golden Flashes. Aaron Boyd caught 11 passes for 100 yards for Kentucky (1-1). Kentucky's 539 yards marked its best offensive performance since recording 580 yards against Vanderbilt on Nov. 13, 2010. Smith finished 30 of 39 and his 354 yards were the most for a Wildcats quarterback since 2007. Next up for the CATS is at home vs. Western Ky., who was shut out on the road Saturday vs. Alabama.

Former KHSAA Commissioner Louis Stout Dies at 73

Former KHSAA Commissioner Louis Stout died on Sunday at the age of 73. Stout died early Sunday morning at St. Joseph's Hospital in Lexington, Ky. after being hospitalized for about a week with an unspecified illness. In 1971, Stout became an assistant commissioner for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, where he worked for 23 years under four different commissioners, according to the AAU. He became commissioner of the association in 1994, becoming the first African-American to head a state high school athletic association in the country. Stout -- who also officiated softball, baseball and college basketball -- was inducted into the 11th Region Basketball Hall of Fame, Kentucky Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame, AAU Softball Umpire Hall of Fame, AAU Hall of Fame, and the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame.