November 6, 2012 - 10:00am
Kentucky's Mr. Football is often directly related to performances in the annual state playoffs, with that in mind and considering the fact that the state opened this round of playoffs last Thursday, I felt it only appropriate to take a look at some of the 'Ville's Mr. Football honorees.
Last Thursday opened up the high school varsity football playoffs for Kentucky; all classes had teams on display for 1-A to 5-A, and in those various divisions a plethora of Louisville teams made their way into further rounds.However, this got me thinking about the crowning of Mr. Football for...
October 22, 2012 - 10:00am
Manual came into Male on Friday, upsetting them much to the suprise of many in attendance, plus how does this effect Louisville high school football rankings?
The longest running rivalry in Kentucky high school football wrote another chapter on Friday night when the (66) Manual Rams upset the (24) Male Bulldogs 24-14.This rivalry has been one of the most steady and aggressive contests in area football, and for good reason. The game itself dates back to a...
October 15, 2012 - 10:00am
Central High School went in to Henry County on Friday with high expectations which they lived up to with an exclamation point. Also, what's happening in high school football state wide?
Coming into New Castle, Kentucky on a brisk night last Friday, the Louisville Central Yellow Jackets high school football team, ranked number twelve in the state of Kentucky had a lot of expectations going against the Henry County Wildcats, who currently sit at number one-thirty seven state wide....
October 2, 2012 - 10:00am
Well, were a good ways into the high school football season and with that in mind, coming off of Trinity's Friday victory over St. X I thought it only right to survey the land so to speak; and look at the current high school rankings.
With Trinity’s victory over St. X on Friday, the Shamrocks secured their spot at number one in the state of Kentucky according to MaxPreps, a service of CBS Sports.St. X is still holding strong at the number six position though, remaining the number two ranked high school football team in...
September 12, 2012 - 10:00am
Mike Glaser is stepping down as football coach at St. X after this year, but his legacy remains. And more that that, so does he taking a new position at the school. And he is the subject of today's Sports legend segment.
This year marks the end of a football tenure which has proven itself legendary, as current St. X head football coach Mike Glaser officially steps down.Glaser has announced that he’ll be leaving the “X,” giving the reigns to former NFL star and St. X alum Will Wolford next year.It...