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High School Action - Week Ending 10/26/13

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As I watched Kentucky shoot itself in the foot with mental mistakes Thursday night, I switched to the Hoover (AL) – Tuscaloosa County game during the too many commercial breaks.

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I'll do anything to avoid hearing about Low-T, Viagra or that stupid lizard bullcrap or watching the attractive, but irritating, Amy talk about Nutri-system.  Many times, I'll pause my DVR during the commercials and go to the bathroom, take a smoke break, do the dishes, whatever. Did I say I hate the five+ minutes of commercials?

Hoover caught my eye, though. That's the tallest, skinniest team I think I've ever seen. I've watched a lot of high school ball this year and I think Hoover can give Miami's Booker T. Washington a run for their money. On another note, Miami is not a nice place. The Glades Central - Miami Northwestern game was cancelled due to gang violence. You can read about it here. For those who believe that refs should receive a come-uppance, this one's for you. On to the scores....

Kentucky's Undefeated

Class 6-A

Scott County (8-0) beat Bryan Station 70-30

Simon Kenton (10-0) beat Bullitt Central 43-7

Male (8-1) lost to DuPont Manual 29-32

Class 5-A

Pulaski County (10-0) beat Southwestern 40-24

Bowling Green (8 -0) beat Greenwood 42-0

Class 4-A

Boyle County (9-0) beat Mercer County 14-0

Ft. Thomas Highlands (8-1) lost to (Cincinnati) Elder 27-30

Johnson Central (8-0) beat (Ashland) Paul Blazer 42-7

Class 3-A

Wayne County (9-0) bye

Bourbon County (8-0) beat Bath County 48-6

Belfry (9-0) beat Pike County Central 56-34

Mason County (9-0) beat Fleming County 49-6

Class 2-A

Caldwell County (9-0) beat Crittenden County 50-3

(Louisville) Christian Academy (9-0) bye

Class 1-A

Russellville (8-1) lost to Mayfield 21-42

Mayfield (9-0) beat Russellville 42-21

Other games:

Conner (7-2) beat (Covington) Scott 32-20

John Hardin (7-2) beat Grayson County

McCracken County (6-2) beat Henderson County 48-22

Complete list of Kentucky HS Scores can be found at the KHSAA.

Ohio

Austintown Fitch beat Uniontown Lake 41-20

(Cincinnati) Winton Woods beat Anderson 26-0

Archbishop Moeller lost to (Lakewood) St. Edwards 45-42

(Cleveland) Glenville beat (Cleveland) Eastern Tech 40-0

Complete list of scores - Cincinnati Enquirer

Florida

Apopka beat (Orlando) Edgewater 70-0

(Orlando) West Orange beat (Orlando) Olympia 43-0

(Orlando) Dr. Phillips beat (Orlando) Evans 42-13

(Tampa) Plant beat Wharton 46-13

Armwood beat King 28-0

Florida complete list of scores (by class) can be found here.

Georgia

Tucker beat Miller Grove 55-12

Norcross beat Peachtree Ridge 24-20

(Stone Mountain) Stephenson beat MLK, Jr.  10-6

Other Georgia scores can be found at USA Today

USA Today Top 25

#1 Booker T. Washington (Miami) beat (Miami) Norland 41-14

#2 Allen (TX) beat Boyd 49-26

#3 Hoover (AL) beat Tuscaloosa County 41-0

#4 Miami Central beat (Miami) Carol City 48-19

#5 St. John Bosco (Bellflower, CA) beat JSerra 48-7

#6 Katy (TX) beat Strake Jesuit (Houston) 49-7

#7 Junipero Serra (CA) beat Cathedral (Los Angeles) 45-14

#8 De La Salle (CA) beat Amador Valley 63-14

#9 DeSoto (TX) beat Duncanville 55-29

#10 Colerain (Cincinnati) beat Middletown 49-10

#11 St. Joseph Regional (NJ) beat Paramus Catholic (NJ) 27-14

#12 Oscar Smith (VA) beat Kings Fork 62-12

#13 Mountain Pointe(Phoenix) bye

#14  Northwestern (Rock Hill, SC) beat York 45-15

#15 Jenks (OK) beat Muskogee 56-14

#16 Byrnes (SC)  beat Mauldin 76-49

#17 Miramar (FL) beat Cypress Bay 38-2

#18 Ensworth (Nashville) beat Baylor (Chattanooga) 16-9

#19 University (Ft. Lauderdale) lost to #23 Manatee 28-24

#20 Bellvue (WA) beat Liberty 38-7

#21 St. Thomas Aquinas (Ft. Lauderdale) beat Hollywood Hills 47-7

#22  Mallard Creek (Charlotte) beat Brown 49-7

#23 Manatee (FL) beat #19 University (Ft. Lauderdale) 24-28

#24 North Gwinnett (GA) lost to Collins Hill 28-53

#25 Bingham (S. Jordan, Utah) beat Alta 33-27