For the past two weeks, Highlands has been facing off against the likes of Cincinnati Withrow, Cincinnati Shroder, Fairfield (Ohio), Indian Hill (Ohio), defending Kentucky Class A state champion Beechwood and defending Kentucky Class 6A state champion Louisville Trinity in 7-on-7 competition. The Bluebirds have looked impressive in these contests, led by senior quarterback Tony Guidugli. Highlands will also square off against Mason County, Hamilton (Ohio) and Cincinnati Withrow (again) in 7-on-7 action in July.
In other news, the West squad recently defeated the East squad 41-10 in the Kentucky East-West All-Star Football Classic, and in the Northern Kentucky Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game the West squad defeated the East squad 27-13. In this game, Ryan Ball of Highlands was named the East squad's Offensive Most Valuable Player for his solid performance at the running back position. In both of these all-star games, the Highlands players were on the East squad.
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
Five Highlands seniors, Clay Cecil, Luke Stein, Zach Hurtt, Drew Simons and Ryan Ball, will be participating in the 2008 Northern Kentucky Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game, to be held at 7pm on June 6 at Dixie Heights High School. These five players will be playing on the East squad for this annual event.
Posted by Joseph Williams at 1:47 PM