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Campbellsburg 27, Eastern 8: The Campbellsburg Bengals defeated the Eastern Colts, 27-8, in the varsity division of the Henry County Youth Football League on Saturday.
The Bengals had a balanced rushing attack with Cameron Johnson moving the ball for 56 yards and a touchdown, Bodie Clark rushing for 54 yards and a touchdown and Seth Allgeier for 27 yards, a touchdown and two extra points. Also, Jess Malin had one touchdown and Jake Noel added an extra point. Defensively, Ryan Abney led the Bengals with nine tackles and one sack, while Timothy Haag, Tyler Robbins, Tyler Gatrost and Corey Williamson had three tackles each.
New Castle 40, Trimble 0: The New Castle Chiefs put 40 points on the scoreboard and held the Trimble Raiders in check in the varsity division of the HCYFL on Saturday.
The Chiefs scored 34 points in a big opening quarter. Gavin Jameson scored on a 52-yard pass play from Cameron Sanders, and Sanders passed to Andrew Mahoney for the PAT; Sanders passed to Ethan Tuggle for a 20-yard touchdown play; Jameson scored on a 15-yard touchdown run; Tuggle recovered a fumble and returned it for a 50-yard touchdown play, and Tyler Potter caught the PAT attempt; and Andrew Nix scored on a 10-yard carry. Neither team scored during the middle two quarters. During the fourth quarter, Tuggle scored on an interception he returned 30 yards into the end zone.
Jameson finished with 67 yards offensively and two touchdowns, while Tuggle had three touchdowns, Sanders passed for 75 yards and had two touchdowns, Andrew Nix had one touchdown, and Chase Robertson had four tackles.
Campbellsburg 28, Eastern 0: The Campbellsburg Bengals defeated the Eastern Colts, 28-0, in the junior varsity division of the HCYFL on Saturday.
The Bengals’ offense was led by Brandon Tindle with 208 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Trey Purvis added 45 yards rushing and an extra point, Zack Foree finished with 27 yards rushing, a touchdown, an extra point rush and a two-point conversion pass from Justin Edens, and Landon Morgan added a touchdown.
The Bengals’ defense was led by Edens and Clayton Sutherland with five tackles and two sacks each. DJ Winburn and Chance Morris added four tackles each, Brandon Tindle, Trey Purvis and Hampton Bishop finished with three tackles each, and Morgan recovered an onside kick.
Eminence 39, Trimble 0: The Eminence Redskins beat the Trimble County Raiders, 39-0, in the varsity division of the Henry County Youth Football League on Saturday, Sept. 5.
The Redskins scored on the first drive of the game when Treshawn Stalnaker reached the end zone on a 27-yard touchdown run. The extra point was good by a run from Austin Perry.
The Redskins scored a majority of their points during the second quarter. Jake McKinley scored on a 9-yard run; Mitchell Metten recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff; Perry scored on a 35-yard run, and Metten ran the ball into the end zone for the extra point; Perry scored on a 4-yard carry; Stalnaker ran back an interception 53 yards, and Perry ran in the extra point.
The Redskins scored their final touchdown during the fourth quarter when Jay Monroe recovered a Trimble fumble in the end zone. Trimble was held scoreless all four quarters.
The Redskins’ offense was led by Perry with 97 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Stalnaker with 53 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
The defensive leaders for Eminence were Metten with five tackles, Monroe with four tackles and Stalnaker with his interception.
Campbellsburg 25, New Castle 18: The Campbellsburg Bengals defeated the New Castle Chiefs, 25-18, in the varsity division of the HCYFL on Saturday, Sept. 5.
The Bengals’ offense was led by Cameron Johnson with 108 yards rushing and one touchdown. Bodie Clark added 104 yards rushing, three touchdowns and an extra point. The defense was led by Corey Williamson with five tackles, while Clark added four tackles and an interception.
Campbellsburg 25, New Castle 0: The Campbellsburg Bengals defeated the New Castle Chiefs, 25-0, in the junior varsity division of the HCYFL on Saturday, Sept. 5.
The Bengals’ offense was led by Brandon Tindle with 126 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Trey Purvis finished with 28 yards rushing and an extra point, and Justin Edens added a touchdown. The defense was led by Clayton Sutherland with 10 tackles and two sacks, while Trey Purvis finished with six tackles, two sacks and a fumble recovery, Edens had five tackles and recovered an on-side kick, and Tindle had three tackles and recovered a fumble that he returned 85 yards for a touchdown.
Note: All scores and stats were submitted to the Local.