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Sep 7, 2009
 
Although all of our players deserve to be recognized, here are a few who have stood out so far.
These are the 7th grade boys who play both 8th and 7th, most of the time back to back. Football is very physical, and its rough to play one game, much less two in a row:
Iron Men: Chris Noble (FB/DT), Sean Hacker (C/DT), Scott Carter (G/DE), Aaron Raider (OLB/T), Jason Gray (G/E), Tanner Johnson (TE/OLB), D.J. Stone (CB/HB), Dakota Tillery (LB/HB), Austin Hunley (OLB/CB/HB). Cody Byrd (LB/FB) has played some valuable minutes, as well as Nathan Johnson (S/CB) at times.
These boys show great heart, and are tough as nails to play both games a lot of the time both games.
Lineman: Our offense and defense rely heavily on the big boys up front to do their job. Lineman usually get little fanfare, so I wanted to recognize them here. Also, our FB and TE are very important to our blocking scheme.
Linemen: 8th-Seth Cornett (T), John Cox (T), A.J.(G), Brian Mullins (TE).
Linemen: 7th Grade-Chris Noble (FB), Aaron Raider(T), Scott Carter(G), Sean Hacker (C), Jason Gray(G), Benjamin Barret(T), Tanner Johnson(TE), Gilbert (TE/T/G/C, heís played everywhere, and played it well), Cody Byrd(FB), Austin Marcum (TE)
These boys have allowed us to mash over most of our opponents and have give the other offense fits. The season is still young, but so far Chris Noble has been virtually unblockable on Defense, and Sean Hacker has been a rock in the middle. Seth Cornett has also gotten into the backfield a lot on defense, and heís a pile driver on offense. Itís a close call, because all of our linemen and blockers are doing a great job. Coaches always comment on how physical we are after we play them.
Our offense relies on hammering the ball to one side, then running counters off of that. Our left wing takes the hammer role, and often his stats arenít always as good as the other backs because he draws the defense to him. He has to be tough, and willing to move the pile, and sacrifice his body for the sake of the team. I think we have a good stable of those backs.
Left Wing (HB)-8th-Zach Bryant-Zach gives it all he has, and he finds a way to move the pile. Heíll often get hit at the line of scrimmage and fight his way for a seven or eight yard gain. 8th-Stephen Ramos-Stephen has come back from injury to give us another running back who can churn out the tough yards. 7th-Dakota Tillery-Heís a force, whether up the middle or breaking to the outside. Heís got great vision, and even with the entire defense gunning for him, he is still breaking off big runs, after big runs.
Right Wing (HB)-In our system, the right wing is the counter man. He knows heíll only get a few touches a game, but when he does, it can lead to some huge yards. Both of our Right Wings are 7th graders, D.J. Stone-Heís ripped off big run, after big run. Against Meece he had over 200 yards rushing. Austin Hunley-Heís made big play after big play. Against Lynn Camp, he caught the only score, at least a 50 yard reception, and most of his runs have went for 20 yards or more.
Quarterbacks-We ask our quarterbacks to be leaders, and unlike most offenses, our quarterbacks block as well. They donít always get to put up the big stats, but in key situations our quarterbacks have stepped up. 8th-Dakota Folmar-Switched to QB in the offseason, and has become a great leader, improving week after week. 7th-Nathan Johnson-heís just a football player. A great competitor, he has made plays with his feet as well as his blocking on offense. Against Powell, on one touchdown he had to have broken at least six tackles. He has 2 interceptions in 3 games so far on defense.

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#22
Sep 7, 2009
 
WELL IF THEY WOULD PLAY ALL THERE PLAYERS THEY MIGHT WHIN BUT NO THEY DONT SO THEY WILL KEEP LOSING BUT MY BRO IS # 15 THEY LET HEM PLAY 3 TIMES AND HES A HELL OF A PLAYER I TOLD HEM I WOULD QUIT IF I WAS HEM BUT I JUST THINK WE NEED A NEW COUCH IN THERE AND THE WOULD DO BETER
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#23
Sep 7, 2009
 
I was told that Gary Dale Tillery asked someone from Lynn Camp in front of 2 of the JCMS asst coaches after the 7th grade game as to how many 8th graders Lynn Camp had playing and the guys response was "about 6-8 players were 8th graders" and Tillery also then asked him " well about #22 the running back, what grade he in" I was told the guy paused for a second and then srugged his shoulders and said he didn't know and walked away. Our 7th grade lost 12-8 to lynn camps 8th grade, but from what I've heard that LC had a heck of time moving the ball against us and that the refs did a real home cooking job on us. Also heard that the announcer was a real jerk off bragging and such.
Rumor has it that we are still having to make up an 8th grade game with LC. If I were the coach I wouldn't do it unless they came here. If we go there we will be playing their jv team.
As for our 8th grade team heard they showed well also against a much bigger Meece(Somerset) team. And that we were in position several times to either tie or take the lead and then the refs would start calling penalties on us. We have been shafted all 3 years tha twe have gone to Lynn Camp
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Sep 7, 2009
 
Colonel Pride wrote:
Although all of our players deserve to be recognized, here are a few who have stood out so far.
These are the 7th grade boys who play both 8th and 7th, most of the time back to back. Football is very physical, and its rough to play one game, much less two in a row:
Iron Men: Chris Noble (FB/DT), Sean Hacker (C/DT), Scott Carter (G/DE), Aaron Raider (OLB/T), Jason Gray (G/E), Tanner Johnson (TE/OLB), D.J. Stone (CB/HB), Dakota Tillery (LB/HB), Austin Hunley (OLB/CB/HB). Cody Byrd (LB/FB) has played some valuable minutes, as well as Nathan Johnson (S/CB) at times.
These boys show great heart, and are tough as nails to play both games a lot of the time both games.
Lineman: Our offense and defense rely heavily on the big boys up front to do their job. Lineman usually get little fanfare, so I wanted to recognize them here. Also, our FB and TE are very important to our blocking scheme.
Linemen: 8th-Seth Cornett (T), John Cox (T), A.J.(G), Brian Mullins (TE).
Linemen: 7th Grade-Chris Noble (FB), Aaron Raider(T), Scott Carter(G), Sean Hacker (C), Jason Gray(G), Benjamin Barret(T), Tanner Johnson(TE), Gilbert (TE/T/G/C, heís played everywhere, and played it well), Cody Byrd(FB), Austin Marcum (TE)
These boys have allowed us to mash over most of our opponents and have give the other offense fits. The season is still young, but so far Chris Noble has been virtually unblockable on Defense, and Sean Hacker has been a rock in the middle. Seth Cornett has also gotten into the backfield a lot on defense, and heís a pile driver on offense. Itís a close call, because all of our linemen and blockers are doing a great job. Coaches always comment on how physical we are after we play them.
Our offense relies on hammering the ball to one side, then running counters off of that. Our left wing takes the hammer role, and often his stats arenít always as good as the other backs because he draws the defense to him. He has to be tough, and willing to move the pile, and sacrifice his body for the sake of the team. I think we have a good stable of those backs.
Left Wing (HB)-8th-Zach Bryant-Zach gives it all he has, and he finds a way to move the pile. Heíll often get hit at the line of scrimmage and fight his way for a seven or eight yard gain. 8th-Stephen Ramos-Stephen has come back from injury to give us another running back who can churn out the tough yards. 7th-Dakota Tillery-Heís a force, whether up the middle or breaking to the outside. Heís got great vision, and even with the entire defense gunning for him, he is still breaking off big runs, after big runs.
Right Wing (HB)-In our system, the right wing is the counter man. He knows heíll only get a few touches a game, but when he does, it can lead to some huge yards. Both of our Right Wings are 7th graders, D.J. Stone-Heís ripped off big run, after big run. Against Meece he had over 200 yards rushing. Austin Hunley-Heís made big play after big play. Against Lynn Camp, he caught the only score, at least a 50 yard reception, and most of his runs have went for 20 yards or more.
Quarterbacks-We ask our quarterbacks to be leaders, and unlike most offenses, our quarterbacks block as well. They donít always get to put up the big stats, but in key situations our quarterbacks have stepped up. 8th-Dakota Folmar-Switched to QB in the offseason, and has become a great leader, improving week after week. 7th-Nathan Johnson-heís just a football player. A great competitor, he has made plays with his feet as well as his blocking on offense. Against Powell, on one touchdown he had to have broken at least six tackles. He has 2 interceptions in 3 games so far on defense.
Your right on all of these players. I would like to them use the Stone kid more on 7th grade offense though.
Also be nice if Fox and Hammonds would of came out and play. That would give of alot more speed
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Sep 8, 2009
 
COLONEL PRIDE HONEY !!!!!!!!!
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Sep 8, 2009
 
We play Science Hill on Thursday, September 10th. It is at Science Hill (Somerset) and the game starts at 6:00 pm.

On Saturday, September 12th we have been invited, and accepted an invitation into the Warrior Classic at Foley Middle School in Berea, Kentucky. The First game kicks off at 10:00 am. We play Clarks Moore, a team from Richmond that has a lot of speed and is similar to Meece. That would be a great chance for a lot of fans to come bay and see us play.

Pineville is coming to our house, on Tuesday September the 15th. The game is probably going to be at Greyhawk, and we're currently in talks to try to get the kickoff at around 5:30, because of the poor lighting conditions at night. It is an important game for the 8th grade because it is their first conference game. Also, the 6th graders will get their very first game in front of hometown fans. Our six graders have been playing "catch-up mode" since school started, and they are starting to come around. Pineville will be a good test for us.

The support the people of Jackson County has been fantastic, and these boys have worked extremely hard.

If anyone is willing to donate their time to work the home gate/concessions, contact Mrs. Patty Cornett at JCMS. A lot of our 7th and 8th grade parents have had to work almost every game, and I'm sure they would like to watch their son('s) play.

Thank you and God Bless!

Colonel Pride (Honey, lol)!
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#27
Sep 10, 2009
 
who won the game tonight does anyone know
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#28
Sep 10, 2009
 
be proud of these kids and support them i know when iwas growing up there we wanted a football team so bad and never had one.congrats to all the players just remember boys go out and kick some butt for us all because it is such a privillage to even have a football team.
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#29
Sep 10, 2009
 
Played Science Hill tonite. Poured the rain all game. It was an 8th grade game and we won 56-0. It was a good over all game and team effort. Got to play some of the 6th graders in the 4th quarter and they played well also.
Next game is this saturday. First game is at 10am. 7th plays first followed by the 8th. Both take on Clark Moores Middle School of Richmond. The games will be played in Berea at Foley middle school. Eveyone is encouraged to come out and support us.
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#30
Sep 13, 2009
 
who won yesterday, and how much 2 get in the game tuesday.
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Sep 13, 2009
 
anyone know
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#32
Sep 13, 2009
 
only the 8th grade ended up playing yesterday. Lost 24-0 to Clark Moores middle school. I'm starting to think that the 8th grade is jinxed. Had the ball inside the 25yrd line 6 times and could not do nothing with it. Don't know if it was a schedule change or what, but Clark Moores refused to play our 7th grade, with the coach saying that they did NOT want to put their undefeated record in jeopardy by playing us. Anyways next came is this Tuesday, 6pm, at home against Pineville.
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#33
Sep 13, 2009
 
Well just when things seen like it was going good, there is always something bad. Heard some rumors the other day that about a month ago a player was purposely hurt by a couple other players and had his rist fractured. That the coach done nothing about it even though a couple of other players had told him what had happened and who did it. I've also heard that these 2 players involved has gotten a couple more to join them and have 3 other players targeted to hurt by taking thier knees out sometime during practice. This is a serious matter that needs to be adressed
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#34
Sep 13, 2009
 
yes it does need addressed and soon if they report it soon before the next practice just maybe they will see they dont play ,thats a shame that kids get that mad at one to hurt them cause they are good players ,please let some body no ,the coach might take them out of the games if they cant do no better that that
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#35
Sep 15, 2009
 
played Pineville tonite. It was an 8th grade game only. Won 40-6. If I'm right I think this is the first time JCMS has beat Pinville in an 8th grade game. Defense held up well. Our offense was the story of the game as we ran the ball for over 300 yards. The Stone kid had 222 yards and 3 TD's. This was a good win. Pineville was much bigger than we were. 8th grade is starting to hit its stride. Next game is this Saturday at Harlan for 7th & 8th grade
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#36
Sep 20, 2009
 
who won game yesterday?
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Sep 20, 2009
 
We ended up losing the game 30-16, but we were down 22-16 and driving and got intercepted. Had too many penalties and miscommunication on Defense. Seems to be the story of the season for the 8th grade. Harlan couldn't drive on us, and we had the ball 6 times in the redzone only to either run the wrong way on the called plays or to get a penalty.

The kids played hard, but I think that 2 and a half hour bus ride affected our concentration. That drops our current 8th grade record to 2-4, but it could easily 4-2 with perhaps a half dozen plays had went a little different. We only have seven 8th graders and most have had to shuffle positions in the offseason.

Our 7th grade is currently 2-1, 2-0 versus 7th grade competition. A lot of teams are cancelling games against our 7th graders. The only team we lost to was Lyn Camp's 8th, and if we had them on a neutral field I think that game would have went different.

These boys are out here fighting, and gaining respect throughout the state. Jackson County is not an easy win for anybody. We've had to battle injury and sickness, and I'm very proud of these boys. The County should be very proud of these boys.

Something our community may not know, is that the funds are running very short in our football budget. It costs a lot of money to travel to all these away games and there's only so much money we can raise selling candy bars and T-Shirts.

Anybody willing to donate funds to the Middle School football team should contact the Middle School.

Thanks for your cotinued support,

Colonel Pride
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#38
Sep 20, 2009
 
did lose to Harlan 30-16 Saturday. Game was ALOT closer than what the score indicates. First we gave up two long TD runs in the first quarter that quickly put us down 14-0. We fought back with Stone running a 71yrd TD run just before the half. Harlan scored in the 3rd to make it 22-8. We came back drove the ball down the field and just about gave it up on an interception when one of our players took the ball away from a Harlan defender and then walked into the endzone for a TD to make it 22-16. After stoping Harlan with about 3 minutes left we hit them with a big pass play down to the 20yrd line that called called back on a penaltiy. After that we tried to pass again they intercepted and ran it back foe a TD to make it 30-16. There was big plays made on both sides of the ball by both teams. It was great game to watch. What is hurting the 8th grade is that we a couple of kids that think they do nothing wrong and blame others for for their mistakes. The kids played hard and having to drive just over 2 hours in no excuse for for not concentrating. Bottom line is we lost game that we could of easily won
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#39
Oct 7, 2009
 
JCMS 7th GRADE IS GOING TO STATE FIRST TIME EVER FOR JACKSON COUNTY FOOTBALL.THESE BOYS HAVE GAVE THEIR HEART AND SOULS FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME.HOW GREAT WOULD IT BE FOR THE ENTIRE COUNTY TO COME AND SUPPORT THIS YOUNG TEAM.THE FIRST PLAYOFF GAME IS OCTOBER 17 A COIN TOSS WILL DETERMINE WHERE THE GAME IS PLAYED.THERE IS A GAME OCTOBER 15 @ HOME ON THE NEW FIELD---YES THE NEW FIELD!!!!! ALTHOUGH IT IS NOT A PLAYOFF GAME THEY NEED OUR SUPPORT.THIS IS ALMOST ALL OF THESE BOYS' SECOND YEAR PLAYING FOOTBALL,THAT ALSO HAS ALOT TO SAY ABOUT HEAD COACH SHAWN SHEARER ALONG WITH ASSISTANT COACHES GREG BOWLES,TIM RAIDER AND JIM NOBLE.WE ALSO NEED TO SHOW THEM SUPPORT WITHOUT THEM I KNOW WE WOULD NOT BE GOING TO STATE PLAYOFFS.NO RETREAT,NO SURRENDER COLONEL PRIDE
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Oct 7, 2009
 
here is the low down about the playoffs. 7th grade is in it. It has up to 16 teams. Do know that us, Corbin, Rockcastle,and Meese/Somerset are 4 of the teams. We play Meese on October 17.I do believe that Rock plays Corbin. If we win we play that following week against an opponent yet to be determined. If we win that second game we are in the semi-finals. Both the semi-finals and finals will be played on Saturday Oct.31 and Sunday Nov. 1 in Lexington. The 8th had played Meese easlier this year and lost 34-20. We ran all over them but just made to many mistakes against them. The Stone kid had over 200 yards rushing that game and he is only a 7th grader. It's going to be a great game to say the least. From my understanding a coin toss will determine where we play at. The 7th grade has out scored their opponent 156-6 so far for 6 games. That equals out to a point a game they are giving up and have also held them to an average of 50 yards a game.

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