KY TN Border Bowl VII

Kentucky 37                        Tennessee 13

2014 All-Star Rosters and Coaches

2014 National Guard Border Bowl Kentucky All-Stars

High School

Name

HT/WT

Position

Anderson County

Ross Cox

6'4"/205

WR/DB

Apollo

Belfrey

Ryan Duvall

Hayden Hatfield

6'5"/220

LB

Belfrey

Michael Barnes

6'3"/355

 OT

Belfrey

Sani Warren

6'1"/188

QB

Bryan Station

Ora Johnson

6'2"/170

QB/S

Christian County

Tate Barker

6'3"/255

OT

Corbin

Cai Jackson

6'1"/180

OL

Corbin

Taylor Waddle

6'3"/185

WR/Slot

Danville

Jawan Grey

6'0"/180

Slot

Desales

Dylan Byrd

5'9"/170

RB

Fairview

Anthony Roark

6'5"/307

OL

Ft. Campbell

Christian Noble

5'11"/222

LB

Ft. Campbell

Isaiah Washington

6'0"/207

WR

Glasgow

Matt Boston

6'2"/270

Center

Harlan County

Carson Whitehead

6'0"/215

MLB

Harlan County

Cole Wilson

6'3"/200

DE

Hazard

Jacob Roll

6'2"/195

LB

Henderson County

Brennan Farley

6'3"/200

TE

Henry Clay

Austin Black

6'0"/190

WR

Henry Clay

Elijah Bell

5'9"/165

WR

Holy Cross

Jalen Beal

6'/195

RB

Lexington Catholic

David Bouvier

5'9"/175

WR

Lexington Catholic

Marcelis Logan

6'/185

RB

Lexington Catholic

Marty Brown

6'1"/230

DL

Lexington Catholic

Noah Mitchell

5'9"/195

RB

Louisville Central

Der'Quoine Mobley

6'2"/225

LB

Louisville Central

Donald Styles

6'0"/200

LB/S

Louisville Holy Cross

"CJ" Charles Jacoby, Jr.

6'3"/335

OL

Madison Southern

Casey Dionne

6'0"/180

SS

Mason County

Austin Matheny

5'11"/270

Center

Mason County

Jacob Tompkins

5'9"/150

P/K

North Laurel

Michael Nelson

5'11"/180

WR

Owensboro Senior High

Christon Woods

6'2"/230

DE

Owensboro Senior High

Logan Blue

6'4"/239

TE/ILB/Snapper

Paducah Tilghman

Darrius Spivey-Nunn

6'1"/180

WR

Paducah Tilghman

Derik Overstreet

6'3"/250

DE

Paintsville

Lane Daniels

5'10"/185

WR

Perry County Central

Koty Taylor

5'9"/170

OL

Pulaski County

Aaron Smith

6'1"/200

OLB

Russell County

Matthew Adams

6'3"/305

DL

Scott County

Palmer Ward

6'1"/165

K/P

Scott County

Scott Daniel

6'0"/185

WR/DB

Scott County

Travis Wright

6'2"/290

C/OL

Somerset

Kagen Skidmore

6'2"/285

DL

St. Xavier

Austin Askin

6'6"/275

OL

St. Xavier

Browning BJ Nagle

6'3"/225

QB

St. Xavier

Lenny Broyles

6'2"/290

DL/DE

Wayne County

Ryan Corder

6'0"/235

DE

Wayne County

Tyler Guffey

6'/225

WR/QB

Whitley County

Simon Vanderpool

6'0"/260

OL

Williamsburg

Dalton Sizemore

5'10"/210

QB

2014 National Guard Border Bowl Tennessee All-Stars

 

 

 

 

High School

Name

HT/WT

Position

Anderson County

Jackson Campbell

6'4"/195

K/P

Anderson County

Jared Lindsay

5'10"/255

C/NG

Anderson County

Matt Pyke

6'3"/295

C/OG

Austin East

Jaquail Williams

6'1"/195

WR/DB

Blackman

Cole Notgrass

5'11"/205 

LB/RB

Boyd Buchanan

Jim Cardwell

5'9"/165

QB/ATH

 

 

 

 

Campbell County

Corey Phillips

6'5"/185

WR

Campbell County

Nick Bailey

5'10"/210

LB

Christian Academy of Knoxville

Patrick Dalton

6'6"/320

OT

Clarksville-Northeast

Dontavious Fort-Merriweather

5'11"/175

DB/WR

Clinton

Drake Powell

6'2"/190

WR/DB

Community High School

AJ Harris

5'11"/210

DT

Davey Crockett

Luke Hopson

6'2"/170

WR

Dresden High School

Colter Swafford

6'/165

WR/DB

Farragut

Christian Jetton

6'2"/220

WR/LB

Fulton High School

Akeem Cooperwood

6'7"/327

OL

Fulton High School

Daryl Rollins-Davis

5'10"/170

RB

Fulton High School

Michael Scates

6'5"/290

OL/DL

Gatlinburg-Pittman

Gatlinburg-Pittman

Brien Spencer

Jeremy Odom

5'10"/200

FB/LB

Gatlinburg-Pittman

Tanner Cox

6'2"/190

QB/FS

Giles County

Kenton Baker

5'8"/150

RB/WR

Giles County

Markus Rhea

6'/250

DL

Grace Christian

Andy Eddins

6'4"/220

TE

Grace Christian

Devin Smith

6'4"/185

QB

Greenville

Jake Sell

6'/270

DE

Hixson High School

Charles Franklin

6'3"/280

OL/DL

Independence

Stephen Satchell

6'4"/255

OL

Jackson Central

Merry

Kris Todd

6'6"/340

OL/DL

Jackson Central

Merry

Rodney Clark

5'11"/205

RB

Jackson Christian

Cedric Hampton

6'/210

QB/SS

Jackson Christian

Johnny Williams

5'11"/190

WR

Knoxville Central

JaJuan Stinson

5'8"/170

RB/DB

Knoxville West

Cody Underwood

6'2"/225

ILB

Knoxville West

Kelton Johnson

5'11"/275

DL

Knoxville West

Leon Humphrey

6'1"/230

DE

Lenoir City

Dakota Vincil

 

K

Oakland High School

Eric Abernathy

5'10"/175

DB 

Page

Zak Mizell

5'10"/185

QB/Ath

Schott High

Robert Carson

6'2"/325

OL/DL

Sequoyah High School

Thomas Spradlin

6'2"/285

OL/DL

Sevier County High School

Luke Manning

6'/195

QB

Siegel

Denzel Harding

5'10"/175

RB/CB

Siegel

Nick Peters

5'11"/215

LB/FB

 

 

 

 

South Doyle High School

Denzel Brown

6'2"/255

DT

Walker Valley

Colton Morrow

6'/175

WR/DB

Walker Valley

Garrett Moore

6'2"/275

OL/DL

Walker Valley

Tanner Dillard

6'1"/225

DE/DL

Webb School of Knoxville

Te'Andre Moore

5'10"/195

LB/RB

2014 Kentucky Coaches

 

Joe Prince, Head Coach                               Owensboro

 

Jim McKee, Asst. Head Coach                 Scott County

 

Steve Lovelace                                   Christian County

 

David Trosper                                                    Conner

 

Drew Hall                                                     Owensboro

 

Mike Rogers                                        Warren Central

 

Justin Haddix                                         Perry Central

 

Clay Clevenger                                                 Danville

 

Scott Russell                                           Knox Central

 

Ty Scroggins                                                     Central

2014 Tennessee Coaches

 

David Gillum, Head Coach         Anderson County

 

Robbie Black                                                   Fulton

 

Scott Blade                                Independence High

 

Jonathan Chadwell                     Anderson County

 

Eddie Courtney                                           Farragut

 

Clark Duncan                                         South Doyle

 

Ted Gatewood                                  East  Hamilton

 

Matt Price                                     Campbell County

 

Charles Rathbone                                    Page High

 

Keith Shannon                                      Scott County

 

 

Scoring Summary

2014 Stats Courtesy of Steve Watson and Brian Stewart

 

2014 Border Bowl Scoring Summary

 

 

Team

QTR

Time

Length

Scoring Play

PAT

KY

1st

4:13

33yds

32 Yard Field Goal (92 Palmer Ward)

 

KY

1st

2:32

34yds

9 yard pass BJ Nagle to Scott Daniel

Good(Ward Kick)

KY

2nd

 

33yds

33 yard Fumble return by Casey Dionne

Good(Ward Kick)

TN

2nd

2:15

45yds

32 Yard Pass Devin Smith to Johnny Williams

Good(Jackson Campbell Kick)

KY

2nd

 

100yds

Scott Daniel 100 yard Kickoff Return

Good (Ward Kick)

KY

3rd

4:37

80yds

24 yard run Elijah Bell

No Good

TN

3rd

2:10

55yds

24 yard pass Luke Manning to Kenton Baker

No Good

KY

4th

4:21

58yds

12 yard run Noah Mitchell

Good(Ward Kick)

 

 

Scoring By Quarters

Team

1st QTR

2nd QTR

3rd QTR

4th QTR

Final

Kentucky

10

14

6

7

37

Tennessee

0

7

6

0

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kentucky Receiving

 

 

Number

 

 

Name

 

 

Receptions

 

 

Yards

 

 

Touchdowns

2

Austin Black

1

-3

0

81

Brennan Farley

3

42

0

82

Scott Daniel

1

9

1

85

David Bouvier

1

12

0

30

Dylan Byrd

1

9

0

10

Elijah Bell

2

11

0

Kentucky Passing

                                

 

Number

 

 

Name

        

 

Comp/Att

 

 

Passing Yards

 

 

TD/INT

18

B J Nagle

2/6

21

1/0

15

Tyler Guffey

5/11

48

0/2

12

Dalton Sizemore

2/2

11

0/0

 

 

 

 

 

Team Totals

 

9/19

80

1/2

 

 

Number

 

 

Name

      

 

Rushing Attempts

 

 

Yards

 

 

Touchdowns

15

Tyler Guffey

10

33

0

22

Donald Styles

1

6

0

30

Dylan Byrd

6

26

0

82

Scott Daniel

1

12

0

10

Elijah Bell

11

55

0

4

Sani Warren

2

1

0

3

Mark Logan

7

28

0

18

BJ Nagle

6

-2

0

42

Noah Mitchell

4

24

1

 

 

 

 

 

Team Totals

 

48

183

1

Kentucky Rushing Totals

 

 

 

Number

 

 

 

Name

 

 

Tackle-Assist

 

 

 

Total Tackles

 

 

 

Sacks

 

 

Forced Fumbles

 

 

Fumble Recoveries

 

 

 

Interceptions

69

Lenny Broyles

1-0

1

1

0

0

0

55

Ryan Duvall

1-0

1

0

0

0

0

89

Darrius Spivey-Nunn

4-0

4

0

0

0

0

22

Donald Styles

4-1

5

0

0

0

0

16

Jawan Grey

1-0

1

0

0

0

1

57

Marty Brown

3-2

5

0

0

0

0

62

Ryan Corder

3-0

3

0

0

0

0

14

Sani Warren

4-0

4

0

1

0

0

1

DerQuain Mobley

7-1

8

0

0

0

0

4

Casey Dion

1-0

1

0

1

1

0

3

Ora Johnson

10-1

11

0

0

0

0

33

Logan Blue

3-4

7

0

0

0

1

27

Cole Wilson

3-0

3

0

1

0

0

32

Carson Whitehead

4-0

4

0

0

0

0

44

Derik Overstreet

2-1

3

0

0

0

0

26

Aaron Smith

1-0

1

0

0

0

0

37

Cody Taylor

1-0

1

0

1

0

0

65

Matthew Adams

2-0

2

0

0

0

0

10

Elijah Bell

1-0

1

0

0

0

0

99

Kagen Skidmore

0-1

1

0

0

1

0

41

Christon Woods

1-2

3

1

0

0

0

21

Christion Noble

3-2

5

0

0

0

0

Kentucky Defensive Stats

Tennessee Receiving

Number

Name

Receptions

Yards

Touchdowns

30

Kenton Baker

6

79

1

31

Brad Strickland

1

8

0

3

Corey Phillips

1

2

0

23

Johnny Williams

2

39

1

40

Andy Eddins

1

19

0

24

Drake Powell

5

49

0

32

Rodney Clark

3

13

0

80

Jaquail Williams

1

12

0

 

 

 

 

 

Tennessee Passing

Number

Name

Comp/Att

Yards

Td/Int

26

Zack Mizell

10/21

105

0/0

4

Luke Manning

5/14

59

1/2

15

Devin Smith

5/14

57

1/0

 

 

 

 

 

Team Totals

 

20/49

221

2/2

Tennessee Rushing

Number

Name

Rushing Attempts

Yards

Touchdowns

32

Rodney Clark

3

4

0

33

Daryl Rollins-Davis

6

0

0

4

Luke Manning

6

12

0

30

Kenton Baker

1

3

0

44

JaJaun Stinson

1

0

0

15

Devin Smith

4

-7

0

22

Cole Notgrass

4

7

0

26

Zack Mizell

2

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

Team Totals

 

27

19

0

Tennessee Total Offense

Rushing Yards

Passing Yards

Total

19

221

240

Tennessee Defensive Stats

Number

Name

Tackles-Assists

Total Tackles

Sacks

Forced Fumbles

Fumble Recoveries

Interceptions

43

Nick Peters

3-0

3

0

0

0

0

25

Eric Abernathy

4-0

4

0

0

0

1

21

Dontavious Fort-Meriweather

5-0

5

0

0

0

0

14

Christian Jetton

9-4

13

0

0

0

0

22

Cole Notgrass

1-0

1

0

0

0

0

1

Cody Underwood

5-1

6

0

0

0

0

37

Brein Spencer

6-3

9

0

0

0

0

12

Jim Cardwell

5-1

6

0

0

0

0

7

Nick Bailey

3-0

3

0

0

0

0

2

Cedric Hampton

2-1

3

0

0

0

0

92

Kelton Johnson

1-0

1

0

0

0

0

27

Te’Andre Moore

3-0

3

1

0

0

0

20

Colton Morrow

0-1

1

0

0

0

0

50

Charles Franklin

3-2

5

0

0

0

0

83

Jeremy Odom

0

0

0

0

0

1

54

Markus Rhea

2-0

2

0

0

0

0

56

Denzel Brown

4-0

4

0

0

0

0

10

Denzel Harding

5-1

6

0

0

0

0

52

Tanner Dillard

2-0

2

1

1

1

0

99

Leon Humphrey JR

3-0

3

0

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KY 37                         13 TN

EVENING THE ODDS

Kentucky wins seventh Border Bowl, now 4-3 all-time

By Trevor Sherman

Corbin News Journal

            Coming into Saturday’s 7th Annual National Guard Border Bowl, the Kentucky All-Stars trailed the Tennessee in the series 4-2.  All of that changed this year when the blue team made easy work of their opponents from the south, winning 37-13.

            Corbin’s own Cai Jackson and the Kentucky All-Star defensive unit were a force to be reckoned with, forcing a Tennessee punt to begin the game.

            The offense, including Whitley County offensive lineman Simon Vanderpool and Corbin slot receiver Taylor Waddle, put together a drive that ended with a Palmer Ward (Scott County) field goal at the 9:12 mark to put Kentucky up 3-0.

            The defense came up big again on the ensuing Tennessee possession, snagging an interception, but the offense could not convert, turning the ball over on downs.

            Another forced Tennessee punt led to another scoring drive for Kentucky when St. Xavier’s BJ Nagle found receiver Scott Daniel (Scott County) in the end zone for a touchdown.  The Ward extra point extended the lead to 10-0 with 1:47 left in the first quarter.

            The defense caused yet another turnover, but once again, a turnover on downs gave Tennessee the ball back to start the second quarter of play.

            On the first play from scrimmage, Kentucky’s Casey Dionne (Madison Southern) scooped up a loose ball and ran it in for a score.  Ward tacked on another PAT, leaving the score 17-0.

            Another Kentucky interception led to a punt, and Tennessee finally got on the board with 8:32 left in the half after a Johnny Williams (Jackson Christian) touchdown run.  The extra point kick was good, narrowing the gap 17 – 7.

            Kentucky answered right away though, when Daniel fielded the kickoff and raced all the way to the house.  Just like that the lead was extended to 24-7.

            The remainder of the half was a defensive stalemate, with Kentucky threatening as the final seconds ticked away, but they were unable to cross the goal line.

            After trading scores in the third quarter, Tennessee found themselves threatening early in the fourth, down 30-13.  The Kentucky defense held on the one-yard-line, but Wayne County quarterback Tyler Guffey was intercepted after taking over possession.

            Tennessee couldn’t do anything with the turnover, and when Kentucky got the ball back the drive ended when Williamsburg quarterback Dalton Sizemore handed off to Noah Mitchell (Lexington Catholic), who ran in the final touchdown of the game.  Another Ward kick made it 37-13 with 6:01 left in the game.

            As they had all day long, the defense held until the whistle blew, and that was the game.

            The victory was the second in a row for the Kentucky All-Star team, who also won last year by a score of 29-27.

            All four local players who competed in the game described it as an “honor” to be chosen to play on the Kentucky All-Star team.

            “It’s been great to meet some of these guys that up until now I’ve only hear about on the news,” said Sizemore.  “The whole experience has been like being at camp, getting to say in the same hotel with a bunch of friends.”

            “This has always been a dream of mine,” added Jackson.  “It is definitely a blessing to be chosen, and to be able to represent the state of Kentucky, Whitley County in particular, is an honor.”

 

 

2014 Photos Courtesy of:

PFC Kierre S. Brown

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