The sixteen teams on hand were: Breathitt County, Central Hardin, Hopkinsville (2 teams), Male (2 teams), Manual, Moore (2 teams), Paducah Tilghman, Scott County, Seneca (2 teams), South Oldham, Trigg County and Cincinnati's Western Hills.
The game of the evening was a surprising second round matchup against Hopkinsville and Louisville Male on the main field. Hopkinsville jumped on top of Male early and held 9 point lead with less than 5 minutes remaining. Hoptown's Curtis Pulley threw an ill-advised pass which was intercepted (3 points) and on the next possession the Bulldogs even the score on one play with junior quarterback Brian Anderson connected with sophomore Doug Beaumont. With less than a minute left, Pulley effectively marched his offense down field and scored the winning touchdown as the final seconds ticked away.
Hopkinsville continued on to defeat Scott County and then faced Paducah Tilghman and Lamar Alston in the Championship game.
Hopkinsville acheived a rare feat against Paducah Tilghman by holding them scoreless for the 27-0 victory.
Once again, Pulley shined. He was near flawless at quarterback, but even more impressive at safety. He breaks on the ball as good as any high school player that I have witnessed. He has a great burst, allowing him to get into the passing lanes and had a couple of very nice pass deflections in the championship game.
Trigg County defeated Seneca in the consolation game 19-12.
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