Demonte Smith

Warren Central Demonte Smith has committed to play football for Georgetown College in the fall.
Smith rushed for 1,033 yards and 12 touchdowns this past season for the Dragons.

Zoe Sibalich

Bowling Green girls’ head coach Lavonda Johnson says her senior guard Zoe Sibalich is definitely considering playing college basketball.
Sibalich, who scored 32 points in her latest effort Tuesday night, is being mostly pursued by Transylvania University in Lexington. Sibalich is also considering walking on at Western Kentucky, according to Johnson.

Behanan has turf toe

Bowling Green senior Chane Behanan has a mild case of turf toe, according to his coach D.G. Sherrill.

Behanan was in street clothes on Tuesday night during his team’s win over South Warren. The Louisville signee is wearing a boot on his left foot.

Sherrill said the senior is day-to-day.

Jeremy James et al

Greenwood linebacker Jeremy James has committed to play football at Eastern Kentucky University.
James led the gators with 83 tackles last season, recovered three fumbles and had a pick.
His teammate Austin Howell plans on playing at Lindsey Wilson while GHS seniors Barry Sweatt, Colin Ciochetty and Branden Fox are all still deciding.

Cy Williams

Cy Williams, a senior at Allen County-Scottsville, will sign Wednesday to play at Lindsey Wilson. Williams had 34 tackles this past season on the defensive line, four sacks and four tackles for loss.
The 6-foot-2, 200 pounder is better known for his offensive line play, helping lead ACS to the state title game with one of the state’s top ground attacks.

Jerron Patterson

Franklin-Simpson senior Jerron Patterson will sign a letter of intent to play football at Campbellsville on Wednesday.
Patterson caught 24 passes for 394 yards and four TDs this past season at tight end.
At linebacker, he also had two interceptions, a 93-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown and 58 tackles.

Jeff Witthuhn

Greenwood quarterback Jeff Witthun said Tuesday he’s picking up interest from the University of Kentucky and the University of Cincinnati.
Witthuhn, a 6-foot-4 junior, threw for 845 yards and rushed for 587 yards while totaling 15 touchdowns. He said he’s currently being recruited as a quarterback, but could switch to tight end once on campus.