Josh Moore

Labor Day weekend recap

Henry Clay's Morgan Patton, gathered in the ball as Tates Creek's Sydney Disponette , charged the goal, as Tates Creek played Henry Clay  on Wednesday September 2, 2015 in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff
Henry Clay's Morgan Patton, gathered in the ball as Tates Creek's Sydney Disponette , charged the goal, as Tates Creek played Henry Clay on Wednesday September 2, 2015 in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader

Every Monday in the fall I'll recap notable events and performances that you might have missed from over the weekend. If there's something notable I missed, don't hesitate to email me at jmoore@herald-leader.com or hit me up on Twitter @HLpreps.

Football

Several of Friday's games were moved to Saturday due to weather delays. Here's how some of those went.

  • Franklin County held a 28-7 halftime lead over Woodford County before the game was suspended Friday and resumed Saturday at 1 p.m. The Flyers (3-0) didn't miss a beat, scoring 28 points in the second half to upend the Yellow Jackets 56-35.
  • Woodford (1-2) found its offense in half two but couldn't stop Franklin, which was paced by quarterback Barrett Sanderson. He went 17-for-23 for 270 yards and four TDs as well as a rushing score.

    The Yellow Jackets actually outgained Franklin, 478-419, with a 262-149 rushing edge. Trey Thurman rushed for two TDs and was 21-for-27 with 216 yards and a TD for Woodford.

  • Ryle dispatched of Boone County quickly, scoring 52 straight before finishing 52-7 on the road. The Raiders (3-0) outgained Boone (0-3) 465-165. Jacob Chisholm had two grabs for 105 yards and a TD. Tanner Morgan went 4-for-6 for 116 yards and two TDs with a pick.
  • Covington Catholic is 0-3 for the first time since 2009. Sycamore (Ohio) owned the Colonels, 42-7, on Saturday. CovCath netted zero yards rushing after putting up just 14 the week before against Cincinnati St. Xavier.
  • Avery Stamper, a junior linebacker at Letcher County Central, had 18 total tackles (15 solo) in the Bulldogs' 23-20 loss at Hazard. He has 44 total tackles through three games.
  • Boys' soccer

    Henry Clay went 3-0 in the Indiana-Kentucky Challenge at Evansville Reitz Memorial (Ind.) over the weekend. It beat Indiana foes Jasper 1-0, Hamilton Southeastern 1-0 and host Evansville Reitz Memorial 5-1. The Blue Devils are 6-2-1 on the season, falling only to Paul Laurence Dunbar and St. Henry, both of whom have only one loss this season and are ranked in the top 15 of the Maher Rankings.

    Daviess County and East Jessamine also traveled to Evansville. Daviess County, which was No. 7 entering the weekend and is now ranked ninth, went 3-0 (1-0 vs. Castle, 10-0 vs. Evansville Harrison and 5-0 vs. Evansville Mater Dei), while East Jessamine dropped all three of its games.

  • Bryan Station earned its first victory of the season last week. It won 1-0 at Scott County. Sophomore Urie Trujillo found net for the Defenders.
  • Bowling Green, No. 1 in the Maher Rankings, went 3-0-1 in its Purples Classic over the weekend. It shutout Montgomery County (3-0) and Warren Central (2-0), tied Ballard (1-1) and beat Lafayette 3-1.
  • Lafayette finished 1-2 out west. It beat Warren Central 1-0 and fell to Montgomery County 1-2. The Generals are 6-4.

  • No. 22 Lexington Catholic dropped its second straight game Saturday, falling 2-0 at Archbishop Moeller (Ohio).
  • Girls' soccer

    Oak Ridge (Tenn.) beat Tates Creek 2-0 in the championship game of the Science Hill Tournament in Johnson City, Tenn., on Saturday night.

    The Commodores (6-4) defeated Chattanooga Christian (Tenn.) and Greeneville (Tenn.), both 2-1, to advance to the finals.

    Clark County (3-3-1) also participated in the tournament. It beat Science Hill (Tenn.) 2-1 and Chattanooga Christian 1-0 before falling to Oak Ridge 2-0.

  • Lexington Catholic is on a roll. It hasn't lost since falling 3-0 to Sacred Heart in the season-opener. The Knights (7-1-1) defeated West Lafayette (Ind.) 6-0 and Roncalli (Ind.) 5-1 in the Zionsville Invitational in Indiana.
  • Paul Dunbar defeated East Jessamine 3-0 on Monday night. Morgan Green, Megan Shimizu and Grace Kelly scored for the Bulldogs (3-3-1).
  • Volleyball

    No. 9 Tates Creek (9-3) went 2-2 in the Barr-Reeve Tournament at Montgomery, Ind., on Saturday. It swept Mater Dei (Ind.) and Trinity Lutheran (Ind.) 2-0 and lost to Northview (Ind.) 1-2 and Indianapolis Lutheran 0-2.

  • A reminder that No. 5 Henry Clay hosts No. 6 Paul Dunbar on Tuesday night. Gate proceeds will be donated to the Autism Society of the Bluegrass.
  • Dozens of teams from across the state as well as one from Tennessee will compete in the Thoroughbred Smash at Kentucky Basketball Academy this weekend. Here are the pools and Friday's first-round pairings (All times p.m.):
  • Pool 1: Lexington Christian, Madison Central, Taylor County

    Pool 2: Scott, Rowan County, Clay County

    Pool 3: Cooper, Franklin County, Corbin

    Pool 4: Bryan Station, Nelson County, Pulaski County

    Pool 5: Lafayette (host), Shelby County, Russell County

    Pool 6: Ashland Blazer, Johnson Central (only two)

    Pool 7: Greenup County, Glasgow, Letcher County Central

    Pool 8: Betsy Layne, Knott County Central, Anderson County (Tenn.)

    Friday's first-round

    Court 1: Lafayette vs. Shelby County, 5:30; Shelby County vs. Russell County, 6:30; Franklin County vs. Corbin, 8:30; Lafayette vs. Russell County, 9:30

    Court 2: Scott vs. Rowan County, 5:30; Scott vs. Clay County, 6:30; Greenup County vs. Glasgow, 7:30; Nelson County vs. Pulaski County, 8:30; Glasgow vs. Letcher County Central, 9:30

    Court 3: Cooper vs. Franklin County, 5:30; Cooper vs. Corbin, 6:30; Betsy Layne vs. Knott County Central, 7:30; Betsy Layne vs. Anderson County (Tenn.), 8:30; Knott County Central vs. Anderson County (Tenn.), 9:30

    Court 4: Bryan Station vs. Nelson County, 5:30; Bryan Station vs. Pulaski County, 6:30; Madison Central vs. Taylor County, 7:30; Ashland Blazer vs. Johnson Central, 9:30

    Court 5: Lexington Christian vs. Madison Central, 5:30; Lexington Christian vs. Taylor County, 6:30; Rowan County vs. Clay County, 7:30; Greenup County vs. Letcher County Central, 8:30

    Golf

    St. Xavier took the team victory and was 1-2 in the individual portion of the Henry Clay Invitational at Greenbrier Golf and Country Club in Lexington on Saturday.

    St. X, ranked as the top squad in Kentucky by the coaches, toppled Lexington Christian 305-285 to run away with the team portion. Seniors Michael Sass and Billy Basham each shot 69 for the Tigers.

    Henry Clay finished third with a 315 as a team. Lafayette (316 was fourth and Covington Catholic (318) fifth.

    Madison Central's Zach Miller, a sophomore, was third individually with a 71. Matt Liston, another St. X senior, shot a 72 for fourth place and LCA's Tanner Wilson had a 73 for fifth.

    The rest of the team finishers: Franklin County 319, Louisville Christian 320, Ryle 322, Madison Central 322, Ballard 323, Trinity 329, Lexington Catholic 330, Pikeville 334, Grant County 336, Tates Creek 343, Paul Dunbar 349, Mason County 351, Collegiate 383.

    Cross country

    Brennan Fields of Madison Central won the boys' 5,000 meter run and LexCath's Michaela Reinhart won the girls' 5,000 in the Henry Clay Invitational at Masterson Station Park.

    Fields, a senior, won with a time of 16:34.70. He bested Alex Mortimer of Tates Creek, a junior who finished in 16:41.10. Pulaski County junior Sam Smith was third at 16:57.40.

    The junior Reinhart won by one minute over freshman Selena Mattingly of Williamsburg with a time of 18:42.30. Shelby Watkins, a Nicholas County senior, was third at 19:52.90.

    Covington Catholic won the boys' team portion while Tates Creek claimed the girls' side. You can view full meet results at MileSplitKY.

    City schedules for the week

    (All times p.m. unless noted)

    Tuesday

    Boys' soccer: Henry Clay at West Jessamine, 7:30; Lafayette at Paul Dunbar, 8; Lexington Catholic at Boone County, 7:30; Tates Creek at Bryan Station, 7:30

    Girls' soccer: Scott County at Sayre, 6

    Volleyball: Bethlehem at Lexington Catholic, 7; Lexington Christian at Sayre, 7; Bryan Station at Lafayette, 7:30; Paul Dunbar at Henry Clay, 7:30

    Wednesday

    Girls' soccer: Bryan Station at Henry Clay, 7; Lafayette at Lexington Catholic, 7; Paul Dunbar at Lexington Christian, 7:30; Scott County at Tates Creek, 7:30

    Volleyball: Nicholas County at Sayre, 7

    Thursday

    Boys' soccer: Sayre at Bourbon County, 6; Henry Clay at Bryan Station, 7:30; Lexington Catholic at Lexington Christian, 7:30; Tates Creek at Paul Dunbar, 8

    Girls' soccer: Franklin County at Sayre, 6; Garrard County at Lafayette, 6:30

    Volleyball: Lexington Catholic at KBA, 7:30; Scott County at Lexington Christian, 7:30; Tates Creek at Male, 7:30; Woodford County at Bryan Station, 7:30

    Friday

    Football: Boone County at Lafayette, 7:30; Covington Catholic at Lexington Catholic, 7:30; Lexington Christian at Estill County, 7:30; Madison Central at Bryan Station, 7:30; Paul Dunbar at Eastern, 7; Tates Creek at Henry Clay, 7:30

    Volleyball: Bryan Station competes in the Thoroughbred Smash at KBA, TBD; Henry Clay competes in the Crossroads Classic at Effingham, Ill., TBD; Lafayette competes in the Thoroughbred Smash at KBA, TBD; Lexington Catholic competes in the Woodford County Invitational, 5; Lexington Christian competes in the Thoroughbred Smash at Lafayette, TBD; Paul Dunbar competes in the Louisville Volleyball Invitational at Ohio Valley Volleyball Center, TBD;

    Saturday

    Boys' soccer: Sayre at Somerset, TBD

    Girls' soccer: Bryan Station at Paris, 11 a.m.; Ryle at Lexington Christian, 1; Paul Dunbar vs. Franklin (Tenn.) at Father Ryan (Tenn.), 3; Henry Clay at Father Ryan (Tenn.), 5; Lexington Catholic at Woodford County, 8

    Volleyball: Bryan Station competes in the Thoroughbred Smash at KBA, TBD; Henry Clay competes in the Crossroads Classic at Effingham, Ill., TBD; Lafayette competes in the Thoroughbred Smash at KBA, TBD; Lexington Catholic competes in the Woodford County Invitational, TBD; Lexington Christian competes in the Thoroughbred Smash at KBA, TBD; Paul Dunbar competes in the Louisville Volleyball Invitational at Ohio Valley Volleyball Center, TBD

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