Aug 24 – at Madison Central * Roy Kidd Bowl * — W, 49-6

Aug 30 – Clay County (H) * ARH Bowl * — W, 42-0

Sept. 6 – Belfry (H) * — L, 21-12

Sept 13 – Knox Central (H) * — W, 48-13

Sept 20 – at Johnson Central — L, 36-14 

Sept 27 – at Greeneville, Tenn. — L, 45-0

Oct 11 – Letcher Central (H) * Friends of Coal Bowl  — W, 49-7

Oct 18 – at Whitley County * — W, 51-6

Oct 25 – Perry Central (H) * — W, 57-12

Nov 1 – at Bell County * — W, 23-18

Nov 8 – Lincoln County (H) (playoffs) * — W, 44-7

Nov 15 – Madison Southern (H) (playoffs)* – L, 41-28


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Harlan County freshmen

All games start at 6 p.m.

Coach Scott Caldwell

Aug. 29Knox Central

Sept. 5at Letcher Central

Sept. 12at Bell County

Sept. 19Whitley County

Sept. 26at Corbin

Oct. 3at Knox Central

Oct. 10Letcher Central

Oct. 17Bell County

Oct. 24at Whitley County

Oct. 31Corbin

Harlan County junior varsity

All games start at 6 p.m.

Coach Eddie Creech

Aug. 26at Bell County

Sept. 2Open

Sept. 9at Whitley County

Sept. 16Corbin

Sept. 23Knox Central

Sept. 30at Clay County

Oct. 7Playoffs

Oct. 14Playoffs

Cumberland Redskin 7/8 Football Schedule 2013

Aug. 10vs Fleming Neon (at HCHS)W, 50-12

Aug. 22at Letcher Central L, 12-6

Aug. 29Middlesboro L, 28-22

Sept. 5at Evarts W, 36-10

Sept. 14Ray Jenkins Bowl

Sept. 19at Mountain View

Sept. 21Harlan

Sept. 26Pineville

Sept. 30at Lynn Camp

Oct. 3Stinnett  

Work to begin on football alignment for 2015-2018:

During a recent meeting at Northern Kentucky University, the Board of Control directed KHSAA staff to begin work during the 2013-14 school year to prepare draft alignments for the 2015-18 playing seasons based on the current parameters for football championships. In a 2013 survey of the membership, 56.2 percent of the participating schools (118/210) voted in favor of the current four-team playoff format.  “We have given the member schools two distinct opportunities in the past three years to tell the Board if they wanted our system changed. Everyone who is a fan of the sport has a thought about playoffs, but our membership needs to drive these decisions,” said Tackett. “Clearly in this case, 56% wanted our existing system of four teams advancing to the playoffs and no more than 25% favored either two or three teams advancing. We will take a special look at Class 1A as we continue, where responses were different, and certainly are not bound to use the same system in all classes if that’s the membership wishes.”  Details regarding the survey and its results can be found at