WBONTV.COM Releases It’s Football Schedule


WBONTV released it’s television schedule for the 2018 high school football season. It features thirteen regular season games and will also include all the playoff games.

The season gets underway August 18th as Madison Central will host the annual Roy Kidd Bowl. This season the Eagles of Madison Southern will play perianal top ten team in Lexington Catholic in the opening game. Catholic will have Beau Allen at quarterback, Allen will be entering his junior season as has an offer from Kentucky. Host Madison Central will play Collins in game two. Collins is another team that was in the top ten most of last season in class four A. Week number two will be the first time we will see the Engineers of Estill County as they host Western Hills. The Wolverines are coming off a 8-4 season where they were ranked for most of the year.

Week three see our first trip to Berea for the Doc Sipple Bowl. The Indians will play Pulaski Southwestern, another team that was ranked highly last season, in game one. The Eagles will play Bourbon County in the nightcap. September the seventh is the annual showdown of the county as Madison Central will travel to Madison Southern. Last season the Indians dominated the Eagles winning 37-13 at home. Week five we return back to Richmond as Frederick Douglas will make it’s first ever visit to Madison Central. Last season the first year program surprised many going 10-3 before falling to Scott County in the third round of the playoffs. Douglas will bring 6’8 quarterback and University of Cincinnati commit Cameron Jones into the game.

Week six we will have a district matchup between Estill County and Morgan County. Week seven we stay in Irvine as Breathitt County will bring their high powered offense into town. Week eight we will see the Eagles play host to Montgomery County. The Indians last season came close to handing the Eagles their first district loss before Southern rallied in the second half to win 36-30. Week nine another district game for the Eagles as they travel to Woodford County. Week ten the Cardinals of Clark County come to Richmond and play the Indians in a crucial district game that should be decisive in playoff seeding. The final regular season game will Lexington Christian travel to Estill County.

Remember that not only are these games going to be aired live on WBONTV.COM but you will also be able to listen to every game, home and away, for every team on the stations of Wallingford Broadcasting. Listen to every Estill County game on WIRV 99.3 FM, you can hear the Indians on Y92.5 FM, and the Eagles on WKXO 103.5 Fm.