LOCAL SPORTS

Local Sports 9-24-2012

H.S. Football Scores

Friday, September 21, 2012

Johnson Central 37 at Boyd County 6    
Pineville 40 vs. Paintsville 15    
Belfry     54 at Sheldon Clark 6    
Magoffin County 40 vs. Knott County Central 8    
Raceland 54 vs. Lawrence County 14    
Morgan County 28 vs. Middlesboro 6    
Pike County Central 35 vs. East Ridge     6    
Prestonsburg 48 vs. Betsy Layne 24    
Shelby Valley 52 at South Floyd 16    
Williamsburg 54 vs. Allen Central 6
Ashland Blazer     48 vs. Rowan County 0    
Breathitt County 15 at Hazard 7    
Fairview 72 at Greenup County 0    
Russell     34 vs. West Carter 6    
Russell County 59 at Letcher County Central 14

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Swain County, NC 54 at Pikeville 7    

Local Girls Soccer Schedule Tonight

Belfry - at Johnson Central - 8:00 PM

Local Boys Soccer Schedule Tonight

Belfry - at Johnson Central - 6:00 PM

Local Volleyball Tonight

Shelby Valley - at Magoffin County - 6:00 PM
Johnson Central - at Paintsville     - 6:00 PM

H.S. Basketball

The Sheldon Clark Cardinals basketball program has a new boys basketball coach. Frankie Smith is the new head man. Smith won a state title back with Tug Valley in 1999. He then moved on to become an assistant with Miami of Ohio before taking the head coaching job at Saginaw Valley State University, a division two program in Michigan. An official announcement is expected to be made Today.

UK FOOTBALL

Jeff Driskel accounted for two touchdowns, helping No. 14 Florida beat Kentucky 38-0 Saturday and extend its winning streak to 26 in the series. The Gators (4-0, 3-0 Southeastern Conference) also recorded their first shutout in conference play since a 52-0 victory against Mississippi State in 2001. Kentucky (1-3, 0-1) entered the game with the league's top passing attack, but played this game without starting quarterback Maxwell Smith, who sat out with a shoulder injury. Backup Morgan Newton missed open receivers early and often, hurting Kentucky's chance at an upset, completing just 7 of 21 passes for 48 yards with three interceptions, he was benched in favor of Jalen Whitlow in the fourth. Aiding the shutout, Kentucky's Craig McIntosh missed two field goals. He was wide left on a 54-yarder in the first and wide right from 46 yards out in the second. With more on this game, her's the voice of the CATS tom Leach with A Look at KY Football....