2014 Snapshot: Newport Central Catholic

1000-yard rusher Jacob Smith returns to anchor NewCath's ground game in 2014.

Photo: Carla Martin

The Newport Central Catholic Thoroughbreds had a new head coach in 2013, but the results were very similar to previous seasons. Longtime assistant Dan Wagner led his troops to the state championship game and a chance to repeat as Class 2A champs, but NCC would come up just short as they lost to DeSales in the state finals. A year after seeing many underclassmen get ... (MORE)

2014 Snapshot: Gallatin County

The Gallatin County football program forged its way to new heights in 2013. The Wildcats won a school-record 10 games and their first ever district title. The foundation has been laid, now it is time for the next group of seniors to maintain and exceed the level of success that those who came before them worked to achieve. Head coach Tim Browning knows that  ... (MORE)

Gallatin County head coach Tim Browning looks to lead his Wildcats to a second straight district title.

2014 Snapshot: Newport

The Newport Wildcats head into the 2014 campaign with tons of momentum and confidence that the squad built up over the last half of last season. Head coach Matthew Schmitz got his troops to believe in what he was trying to accomplish and they dug down deep for him after a miserable 0-4 start last fall. That response has pleased Schmitz and his staff, who he ... (MORE)

Newport junior RB Tyree Bolden looks to have a monster 2014 campaign behind the Wildcats' big offensive line.
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2014 Snapshot: Walton-Verona

In a short amount of time, the Walton-Verona football program under is starting to amass some impressive accomplishments Jeff Barth. Starting their varsity program in 2008, the Bearcats have hosted a first-round playoff game in four consecutive years and they have won at least one playoff game in three of those four seasons. After moving up to Class 2A in ... (MORE)

Walton-Verona lineman David Carr (54)  leads the way for classmate Mason Compton (37) and the Bearcats' potent rushing attack.

Rising Star: Prince Sammons

The road to football stardom is only just beginning but it has been a long strange, trip so far for CHCA defensive end Prince Sammons. At 6-foot-7 and 262 pounds with the speed of a gazelle Sammons is a gift from the football gods, but there is more to this young man than just his freakish physical tools. Sammons just finished his first year of organized fo ... (MORE)

CHCA DE Prince Sammons heads into his junior year in 2014 with offers from Duke, Cincinnati, Illinois and Akron.
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