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July 16, 2016

COMETS EARN HOME PLAYOFF GAME

44-6 win against Bulldogs secures top-two seed in playoffs

The Kings Comets (11-0, 8-0 MSFA) scored six straight touchdowns in defeating the Cincinnati Bulldogs (6-3, 5-3), 44-6, and securing a home playoff game Saturday night at the Boone County Pee-Wee League Field in Florence, Ky.

The teams traded touchdown passes in the first quarter, with Maurice Lovett finding Deandre Riep for 18 yards on the Comets first drive and Kaleb Slaughter pulling down an 18-yard touchdown from Kyle Hogan with 3:21 left in the first quarter.

The score remained tied, 6-6,until the Comets took control of the game with 20 points in the final 6:11 of the first half.

Two plays after Skyler Hughes recovered a fumble at the Comets 41, Lovett went deep to find Khalid Ali with a 47-yard touchdown.

Kings forced a three-and-out on Cincinnatiís next possession, and Paul Jones returned the punt 48 yards for a touchdown to make the score 18-6.

Hughes forced another fumble that Justin Rutherford recovered with 1:06 left in the half, and Lovett hit Riep with a 24-yard touchdown pass that had the Comets ahead, 26-6, at halftime.

Kings continued to pull away in the second half, starting with an 11-play, 86-yard drive that took 9:31, culminating in a 5-yard touchdown pass from Lovett to Eric Morton.

Demario Pleasant returned a fumble 65 yards to set up a 13-yard touchdown run by Riep on a pitch from Lovett on the next play, and Lovett capped the scoring in the fourth quarter with a 40-yard touchdown pass to Ali.

Lovett completed 19 of 31 passes for 262 yards with five touchdowns, also running three times for 79 yards. Riep caught seven passes for 103 yards and two scores, Morton had seven catches for 64 yards and one score, and Ali had three catches for 90 yards and two scores.

Cameron Winfrey led the defense with 10 tackles, including one sack, with Abe Smith adding seven stops, two for a loss. Antwan Hill was in on both of the Comets sacks in the game. Hughes had six tackles, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, and blocked a PAT. Rutherford and Porshe Black recovered fumbles, and Ron Jackson picked off a pass.

The Comets game against the Kentucky Xtreme (7-1, 7-1) originally scheduled for July 23 has been moved to August 6 in Jeffersonville, Ind. Kings will be awarded a 2-0 forfeit win for its scheduled game against the Northern Kentucky Outlaws (0-11, 0-10) on July 30.

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July 9, 2016

COMETS WIN 10th STRAIGHT

Kings defense holds Patriots to minus-28 yards in 54-6 win.

The Kings Comets improved to 10-0, 7-0 in the Mid-South Football Alliance, with a 54-6 win against the Kentucky Patriots (1-5, 1-5) Saturday night at Woodward High School in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The Comets dominated total offense in the game, gaining 230 yards of offense while holding Kentucky to minus-28 yards. Three of the Patriots four first downs in the game came by penalty, with the Patriots only points coming on a 100-yard interception return by R.C. White with 13:26 remaining in the second quarter.

The Comets already held a 14-0 lead at that point, with Maurice Lovett throwing touchdown passes on each of their first two possessions, the first 14 yards to Khalid Ali and the second 10 yards to Deandre Riep.

Paul Jones immediately answered Kentuckyís lone touchdown with an 85-yard kick return for a touchdown, and Kings expanded its lead to 32-6 by halftime. Lovett ran in a 19-yard touchdown and hit Kendall Owens on a swing pass for a 16-yard touchdown.

Lovett and Johnny Morgan had 7-yard touchdown runs with a running clock through much of the second half. Fittingly, the defense scored the final touchdown when Skyler Hughes forced a fumble that Porshe Black picked up and returned 11 yards with under eight minutes left in the game.

That was the only turnover forced by the defense, but the defense allowed positive yards to the Patriots on just six of their 27 offensive plays in the game, with no play longer than five yards. Linebacker Cameron Winfrey led the effort with three tackles, all for a loss, and was in on two of the Comets four sacks. Cornerback Ontario Williams, linebacker Antwan Hill, and lineman Vincent Jamison also had three tackles. Williams added two pass breakups, a sack, and a quarterback hurry, Hill had another pass breakup, and Jamison had two tackles for loss and was in on one sack.

Offensively, Lovett accounted for five touchdowns, three passing and two rushing. He completed 8 of 13 passes for 123 yards and ran three times for 41 yards. Ali was the leading receiver with three catches for 55 yards and Owens was the leading rusher with five carries for 50 yards.

With the Northern Kentucky Outlaws folding, the game was the final regular season league game for the Comets.

The Comets will play the Cincinnati Bulldogs (6-2, 5-2) next week at 7 p.m. at the Boone County Pee Wee Football League Field in Florence, Ky.

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November 10, 2015

COMETS MAKE MOVE TO MSFA

The Kings Comets have announced they will participate in the Mid-South Football Alliance for the 2015 season. Playing in the MSFA will allow the Comets to face new and different competition, with the MSFA including teams in four states, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee.

The Comets will play in the MSFAís North Division with other Ohio and Kentucky teams, with the South Division containing teams from southern Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee. There will be no crossover games between divisions, keeping travel manageable.

The MSFA played as the Kentucky Football League (KFL) in 2015, with the Derby City Thunder defeating the Tennessee Rampage, 14-0, for the league championship.

The Comets participated in the Blue Collar Football League (BCFL) in 2015, and look forward to continuing many of the relationships formed with BCFL teams going forward.


September 1, 2015

COMETS WELCOME BACK CHAMBERS AS COACH

The Kings Comets are pleased to announce that Carlos Chambers has been named as the teamís head coach for the 2016 season.

Taking over the Comets is just the latest stop in an impressive semi-pro career as both a player and coach for Chambers. In 1998, Chambers became the first Comet to be named an All-American, earning the American Football Association Honorable Mention.

Chambers head coaching career began with the Comets in 2007 and 2008, where he helped build the foundation for the Comets 2009 MCFL Championship team. Chambers also coached 2010 fourth-round NFL draft pick Mardy Gilyard in his first stint with the Comets. Chambers went on to lead the Tri-State Sharks, Midwest Panthers, Cincinnati Nighthawks and Cincinnati Hawks. Chambers guided the Nighthawks to a 10-0 regular season in 2011 and led the Hawks to back-to-back Northern Frontier Football League titles and AA National Championships in 2013 and 2014.


 

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KINGS COMETS GAME HIGHLIGHTS


Kings Comets 14
Gem City G-Men 6
April 9, 2016
Woodward HS,
Cincinnati, OH


2016 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
4/9 G-MEN W,
14-6
4/16 DUKES W,
39-20
4/30 at Raiders W,
14-0
5/14 TORNADOES* W,
60-0
5/21 at Patriots* W,
46-13
6/4 BULLDOGS* W,
9-8
6/11 XTREME* W,
18-16
6/18 at Outlawz* W,
2-0
6/25 at Tornadoes* W, 70-0
7/9 PATRIOTS* W, 54-6
7/16 at Bulldogs W, 44-6
7/30 OUTLAWZ* W, 2-0
8/6 at Xtreme* W, 23-12
8/20 BULLDOGS
playoffs
7:30
*-League Game

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Ephesians 6:10-17
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