KY High School Midweek Report: South Oldham Get’s Season Underway, Collins Starts 3-0

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Photo Credit: John Michaud                                                                                                                               

It has been a busy slate of midweek games this week with 15 games from Tuesday through Thursday. We saw some really good ones, some blow outs, and a team hit a historic program mark to start the season. 

Tuesday, March 12th

St. Rita (Ill.) 11, South Oldham 6

In an inter-state battle, the South Oldham Dragons lost to a very good St. Rita team from Illinois. 

North Oldham 8, Christian Academy 7

The Mustangs got the best of the Centurions in Thursday’s road win at Christian Academy. These teams are pretty evenly matched, and North Oldham was the better team in this one. The Mustangs got out to a 7-4 lead at the end of the third and was able to hold off a Centurions comeback in the fourth. 

Henry Clay 17, Madison County LC 5

The Henry Clay Blue Devils secured their fourth straight win to start the season as they blew out the Madison County Mavericks. Madison County LC dropped to 1-2 after this loss.

South Warren 13, Hendersonville (Tenn.) 4 

After getting out to an 8-2 halftime lead this one was pretty much decided. The Spartans never looked back after going up as they defeated Hendersonville in an inter-state matchup. 

Manual 14, Elizabethtown 4

It was a blowout win as Manual got out to a big lead early and never let E-Town comeback at all. The Crimson got out to a 7-1 first quarter lead, and then turned that to a 10-2 lead at the half. The Crimson finished it off in the second half, securing the 14-4 win. 

Wednesday, March 13th

Collins 19, Atherton 8

Collins devoured Atherton to move to 3-0 on the season thus far. It is the first that Collins has started 3-0 in their six-year program history. 

South Oldham 17, Ballard 5

As many expected, the South Oldham Dragons burned the Ballard Bruin in a bounce back win on Wednesday. The Dragons secured their first win of the season. 

Lexington Christian 17, Bryan Station 11

In their home opener the Lexington Christian Eagles secured their first win of the season, taking down Bryan Station 17-11.

Lexington Catholic 11, Woodford County 3

It was all Knights in this one as Lexington Catholic kept piling on, defeating the Yellow Jackets 11-3 in a blow out win.

Eastern 15, Oldham County 2

Both of these teams move to 1-1 after this result. It was a blow out win for Eastern as they showed their offense prowess against the Colonels defense. 

St. Xavier 19, Male 0

This one was a bloodbath. The Tigers were just too much for the Bulldogs to handle, as they pulled out a blow out win. 

Scott County 7, Sayre 4

Scott County got their second straight win, defeating Sayre in a pretty close on on Wednesday night. Seth Quackenbush had another great game for the Cardinals, tallying 4 goals in the win.

KCD 17, North Hardin 5

After getting out to a 10-2 lead, the Bearcats pretty much had this one in the bag. KCD finished things off in the second half, outscoring North Hardin 7-3 to help the Bearcats secure the win. 

Thursday, March 14th

Christian Academy vs Manual {Cancelled}

Lafayette vs Tates Creek {Cancelled}


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More KY High School Coverage:

What to Watch: KY High School Week 3

KY High School Monday Roundup: Trinity Edges St. Rita (IL), Henry Clay, Collins, and Oldham County With Blowout Wins

KY High School Rankings: Week 2

 

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