Tuesday, September 19, 2017

1967 Maysville Bulldogs to be recognized at Mason Co. vs. Scott game

The 1967 Maysville Bulldogs football team will be recognized at halftime of the Mason County Royals' game against the Scott Eagles Friday night.

The 1967 squad was the first Maysville football team since 1941. Tom Becherer was the head coach and Homer Goins was the assistant coach. Both played football at the University of Kentucky.

Here is the 1967 Maysville roster:

No.  Name  Offensive Position  Weight  Grade
10 Danny Grigson  Quarterback 140 Sophomore
12 Henry Boone Quarterback 155 Junior
24 Ken Cunningham Halfback 140 Freshman
26 Jerry Taylor Guard 170 Junior
30 David Hellard Fullback 140 Junior
32 Buddy Miller Fullback 145 Junio
40 Glenn Bishop Halfback 155 Senior
42 Mike Glass Halfback 160 Junior
44 Richard Clevenger Halfback 170 Senior
46 David Landreth Halfback 135 Sophomore
48 Robert Savage Halfback 160 Senior
50 Leo Fry Tackle 140 8th 
52 Ronnie Moore Guard 160 Freshman
54 J.W. Clinger Guard 155 Sophomore
56 Mike Denham Tackle 180 Junior
58 Jerry Howell Center 140 Sophomore
60 Jim Weaver Guard 190 Junior
62 Don Wilson Guard 180 Junior
64 Jim Rossman Guard 220 Senior
66 Roger Hankins Guard 160 Freshman
68 Gordon Clos Center 210 Senior
70 Mark Dodge Tackle 190 Freshman
72 Ronnie Rigg Tackle 200 Junior
74 Jerry Bowles Tackle 180 Freshman
76 Robert Jones Tackle 200 Senior
78 Andre Jones Tackle 270 Freshman
80 Jackie Sapp Fullback 185 Sophomore
82 Robert Bishop End 150 Freshman
84 David Wise End 180 Junior
86 Charles Bishop End 160 Junior

Monday, September 18, 2017

Weekend Wrap-up

The Mason County girls and boys cross country teams swept the Elliott County Pride Run Saturday.

Five St. Patrick varsity cross country runners competed in the Double S Stampede in Georgetown, Ky. Junior Paco Franco finished sixth in the boys race in 18:56.51.

Here are links to the varsity results:

The Mason County boys golf team posted its best score of the season- 327- at the Grant County Classic. Mason Butler led the way with a 75. Bryan Walton followed with a 76.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Adam Sapp named softball coach at Mason Co. High School

Adam Sapp is the new softball coach at Mason County High School. He succeeds Tony Faul who resigned after three seasons. Here is the press release from Mason County High School:

Maysville--- The Mason County Athletic Department is proud to announce the hiring of Adam Sapp as the new Lady Royals Softball coach.  Coach Sapp will meet with his players in the upcoming weeks.

Sapp has recently served as the Middle School softball coach. 

Adam is a 2003 graduate of Mason County High School where he played baseball, golf, and football and served as a manger for our basketball support staff. 

In making the transition, Assistant Athletic Director Jeremy Hawkins said Sapp had the experience and desire that was needed for continue the forward progression of our softball program.

“As an athletic department, we are always searching for a candidate that will represent our school the correct way and work well with our student athletes. Adam Sapp will be that type of coach. Coach Faul worked diligently to grow our softball program and experienced success in doing so. Coach Sapp was quick to express his desire to build on, not just maintain, that forward momentum. His immediate plans are to assemble a coaching staff that will help he and his team do just that.” 

Sapp is very determined to lead the Royals softball program to more success. On why he wanted to take the job, Sapp stated “ Iam very excited for the opportunity to be the new softball coach at Mason County High School. I love the sport of softball and being involved in it. I look forward to building on the success of our program and sharing my passion for the game with the current and future Lady Royals.” 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

10th Region Volleyball Stats Leaders from the 10th Region Coaches Association

10th Region Stat Leaders (Top 5)September 12, 2017

241Kelly Franxman (Scott)
109Summer Secrist (Scott)
76Elyse Wieland (Campbell Co)
73Caroline Abney (Calvary Christian)
68Julia McCloud (Robertson Co)

41Madilyn Whiteman (Augusta)
37Taylor Linville (Bracken Co)
32Anna Wolf (Calvary Christian)
31Nicole Arthur (Augusta)
27Julia McCloud (Robertson Co)

253Hannah Wells (Campbell Co)
143Lindsey Fox (Scott)
141Kelly Franxman (Scott)
124Summer Secrist (Scott)
102Janna Godby (Montgomery Co)

368Keaton Mossman (Scott)
156Chloe Seckman (Campbell Co)
134Jordan Welker (Montgomery Co)
39Makayla Parsons (Augusta)
36Madison Goecke (Bracken Co)

52Kasey Martin (Campbell Co)
16Summer Secrist (Scott)
10Aryah Myrick (Bracken Co)
10Riley Crump (Montgomery Co)

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Mason County football weekly award winners

Here are the Mason County football weekly award winners based on the Royals' 67-14 victory over the Morgan County Cougars Friday night:

Brian Payne State Farm Player of the Game- Chandler Dunaway

Defensive Players of the Game- Chase Lykins and Tykeise Henry 

Offensive Lineman of the Game- Dalton Kindt

Special Teams Players of the Game- Shane Sizemore and Will Caudill

Scout Team Player of the Week- Carson Brammer

(Edited to correct the score of the game)

Monday, September 11, 2017

Mason County baseball Winter Training Camp dates set

The Mason County baseball Winter Training Camp will be held on Sundays January 7, 14, 21 and 28.

The camp is for players from Kindergarten through the eighth grade.

Fielding/base running sessions begin at 1 p.m.,  pitching sessions at 2 p.m., catching sessions at 2 p.m. and hitting sessions at 3 p.m.

The cost is $50 per session or four weeks of two skills for $100 or four weeks of three skills for $130.

Advance registration is required.

For more information, contact Mason County baseball coach Tom Posey.

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Lady Royals win Mason County XC Invitational,

The Mason County Lady Royals cross country team won the Mason County Invitational Saturday.

The Lady Royals edged the Bishop Brossart Lady 'Stangs 106-111. Eighteen schools competed in the girls race.

Seventh grader Paige Decker led the Lady Royals with a 10th place finish in 20:32.

Rounding out the scoring for Mason County were freshman Hayden Faris in 18th place (20:55.40),
eighth graders Kylee Howe 25th (21:21.60) and Alyssa Bisotti 26th (21:25.50) and seventh grader Elizabeth Lavinder 33rd (21:57.20).

Morgan County junior Kailee Perry won the girls race in 18:58.1.

Bracken County junior Jared Jefferson won the boys in 16:16.2.

Fairfield-Leesburg won the boys team title by 32 points.

Bracken County finished in sixth place and Mason County took 10th place.

Sophomore Conner Linville was Mason County's top runner with a sixth place finish (16:48.4).

Bracken County junior Brandon Cox took seventh place (16:52.9).

St. Patrick eighth grader Allison Hughes won the mixed 5K junior varsity race in 22:24.4.

Here are the varsity team standings:

1. Mason County 106
2. Bishop Brossart 111
3. Campbell County 124
4. Bourbon County 162
5. Morgan County 167
6. St. Henry 171
7. Russell 177
8. Cooper 207
9. Bath County 235
10. Montgomery County 236
11. George Rogers Clark 292
12. Bracken County 292
13. Faairfield-Leesburg 299
14. West Union 328
15. Scott 347
16. Holy Cross 391
17. Elliott County 406
18. Raceland 447

1. Fairfield-Leesburg 91
2. Bishop Brossart 123
3. Russell 129
4. Campbell County 130
5. Montgomery County 172
6. Bracken County 181
7. Bourbon County 222
8. Mason County 223
9. George Rogers Clark 246
10. Grant County 292
11. Rowan County 313
12. Elliott County 314
13. Pendleton County 323
14. West Union 402

15. Bath County 429
16. Holy Cross 435
17. Boone County 460
18. Newport Central Catholic 486
19. Raceland 491
20. Fleming County 496
21. Scott 516
22. Holmes 543
23. Lloyd Memorial 576
24. Ripley 628

Here are links for the complete varsity results:

(Updated to correct that Hayden Faris finished 18th)