The Glasgow Scotties pummeled the Allen County-Scottsville Patriots 43-7 to run their record to 4-0 as they prepare to host crosstown rival Barren County this Friday night. The Trojans were not so fortunate. The Monroe County Falcons upset the Trojans 34-14.
Barren County was a 20-point favorite and that was their margin of defeat. Did the Trojans look past the Falcons in anticipation of their matchup against the Scotties? It is certainly possible. The two teams have not played in football since 2016 and both teams and their fans are looking forward to this rivalry being renewed on the gridiron.
Glasgow clipped the Falcons 28-0 in their second game of the season. The Scotties have 2 shutouts and, in their other two wins, allowed only one touchdown. Last week, Glasgow held AC-S to 12 yards rushing and 129 in the air.
The Scotties rushed for 129 yards and threw for 316.
Easton Jessie was 11 of 14 with 4 touchdowns. Jessie has not thrown an interception so far this season in 4 games. Rico Crowder had 4 catches for 115 yards and 2 TD’s. Jerrick Martin had just 1 catch but he went for 76 yards. Lucas Christian had 1 catch for 61 yards and a TD.
Gavin Neal had 1 catch for a TD, a 37-yard completion. Bulle had 4 catches for 26 yards.
The Scotties spread the ball around in their ground game. Cameron Bulle had 29 yards. Daylan Thomas had 26 yards and ran for a 2-point conversion. Hudson Gumm had 24 yards on one carry.
Wesley Travis was 5 of 5 on PAT kicks.
Mason Arms led the Scotties with 7 solo tackles. Jacob Brunson and Cam Johnson each had 4 solo tackles. Cash Wells and Frankie Cianci each had 3 solo takedowns. Kellon Stone, Martin Landon, and Max Lee each had 2 solo tackles. Stone also had 2 interceptions.
The Trojans ran up against a very physical team when they took to the road and played at Monroe County–never an easy place to compete on any night against any John Petett coached team. The Falcons were flagged for over 150 yards in penalties. The official statistics for the Trojan’s game against the Falcons were not available in time for this week’s BCP deadline.
In other areas scores or significant scores to teams in this area, the Hart County Raiders continued their winning ways knocking off Elizabeth town 50-27.
Butler County lost to Grayson County 40-6.
Metcalfe was edged by Nelson County 28-21.
Edmonson County defeated Caverna 43-28 (see full story in this week’s BCP).
Franklin-Simpson defeated Adair County 27-20.
Meade County defeated Central Hardin 32-25.
Warren East beat Warren Central 22-14.