Saturday, 29 October 2011
By:Kenneth True (@SXKennethTrue on Twitter)
Colonels sophomore WR Jaxson Hilander (above) has been a pleasant surprise. Hilander reeled in another TD pass on Friday night.
Paris and Bourbon County used to have one of the states most heated rivalries, that rivalry has since taken a dip with Paris failing to hold up it's end of the bargain.
The Bourbon County Colonels would take the games opening drive down the field as the Colonels QB John Stout would hook up with star RB Kentayvus Hopkins for the score putting the Colonels up 7-0.
Paris would turn the ball over on a wild pitch by Paris which was recovered by the Colonels and Stout would do the rest taking it in from 5 yards out increasing his teams lead to 14-0.
Another turnover would thwart Paris 2nd drive of the game, as Paris RB Jalen Walton would fumble the ball which was recovered by the Colonels 2nd leading tackler entering the game sophomore Dakota Mitchell. Hopkins would jaunt 56 yds. on the first play after the turnover to give Bourbon a quick 21-0 lead.
On the Colonels 4th touchdown drive the Paris defense made them work for it moreso then the first three. The Colonels also hurt themselves with with penalties but Stout would go in again on the QB keeper making it 28-0, Bourbon County.
The Greyhounds had some pep in their step after making the Colonels do some work, and marched to the Colonel 25 before Greyhounds QB Nate Stevens would turn the ball over on a fumble. It wouldn't be soon after that Hopkins would go 68 yds. for the score making it 34-0 as kicker Jose Deluna missed the extra point.
Hopkins would add one more score and freshmen Brent Holman the Colonels leading tackler would push it in from 9 yds. out boosting the Colonels to a 49-0 win. Stout would account for another touchdown toss, and Paris would go in late to give the final score of 55-7.