Class A finals: Mayfield vs. Williamsburg

Herald-Leader Staff ReportDecember 5, 2013 


Mayfield vs. Williamsburg

Kickoff: noon (EST) Friday

Cantrall ratings: Mayfield 78.1; Williamsburg 60.6

Numbers game: Mayfield is averaging 42.4 ppg and giving up 16.6. Williamsburg is averaging 37.5 and giving up 11.3.

History lesson: Mayfield is in the finals for the fifth year in a row. It has nine state titles, two in the last three years, and been runner-up nine times. This is Williamsburg's first finals.

Mayfield leaders: Jake Guhy, who quarterbacked the Cardinals to the state title a year ago, has thrown for 2,270 yards, 30 TDs. Deion Jackson has 42 catches, 981 yards, 12 TDs. Lane Kennemore has 32 catches, 542 yards, 9 TDs. Marshall Bacon has 30 catches, 494 yards, 5 TDs. Stuart Mills leads the ground game with 1,360 yards, 10 TDs. Latayo Crumble has 7 interceptions.

Williamsburg leaders: Dalton Sizemore has thrown for 2,775 yards, 31 TDs, and run for 495 yards, 12 TDs. Jefferson Patrick has run for 703 yards, 13 TDs. Corey Shelton has 50 catches, 1,073 yards, 14 TDs. Skyler Griffith has 46 catches, 884 yards, 11 TDs. Patrick leads the team in tackles, including 108 solo.

Mayfield (13-1)

Coach: Joe Morris

Fort Campbell W, 37-21

McCracken County W, 35-34

Paducah Tilghman W, 28-21

Murray W, 28-18

Graves County W, 49-21

Marshall County W, 64-28

Fulton City W, 63-0

Fulton County W, 63-0

Russellville W, 42-21

Caldwell County L, 48-41


Caverna W, 57-14

Lou. Holy Cross W, 35-0

Russellville W, 17-0

Frankfort W, 35-7

Williamsburg (11-2)

Coach: Jerry Herron

Halls, Tenn. W, 43-14

North Laurel L, 31-14

Pike Central W, 48-26

Wayne County L, 40-12

Harrison County W, 50-20

Campbellsville W, 47-0

Berea W, 56-13

Lynn Camp W, 53-0

Pineville W, 47-0


Jenkins W, 58-0

Pineville W, 42-0

Hazard W, 21-7

Raceland W, 34-7

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