‘Cats on the road out race Greyhounds to 5-0 mark
by Monty Stagner
Sep 26, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Oops, forgot something! With linemen like Tony Bryant in the Reidland backfield, it’s no wonder the Greyhounds were unable to score. This time, top, they forgot the ball. Tony had a dozen tackles before the night was over. Scotty Mayes, below, not only held onto the ball, but scored three touchdowns. That’s seven in the last two games.
Oops, forgot something! With linemen like Tony Bryant in the Reidland backfield, it’s no wonder the Greyhounds were unable to score. This time, top, they forgot the ball. Tony had a dozen tackles before the night was over. Scotty Mayes, below, not only held onto the ball, but scored three touchdowns. That’s seven in the last two games.
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 The Trigg County Wildcats are back on the road and so am I.  Tonight we are in Reidland Kentucky to do district business with the Greyhounds. Cats and dogs. Reidland is coming off their first win of the season over Muhlenberg North (who have lost their last 30 games!). Coach Jeff Sturm is hoping for something better than last year’s 2-8 record. He sure doesn’t want to be the only district team out of the playoffs. The Greyhounds are getting ready to face a team many consider the best 2A team in the state (me included). Last week Trigg established a strong passing game to make the lightning fast running game even more dangerous.

  We have a few minutes before kickoff so I want to share something that amuses me.

Since I have been doing this little article I have been approached by several folk wanting to talk football and other sports. I’m all for it!

But please keep in mind a “Wishbone” is a chicken part to me. “Coffin corner” has to be Goodwins. A “Crackback Block” is probably in a bad part of a big city. A “Dime Package” is something that will get you arrested. And I don’t even want to think about a “Long Snapper”!

Next week the Wildcats have open so I will do some research and report back with some terms and definitions and maybe some quotable quotes.

It’s game time. Once again Trigg County fans came out in force. I would say we had more fans in attendance than Reidland without fear of contradiction.

The visitor stands were jammed full and so were the sidelines.

Trigg County started off with a slippery ball and the thought of an upset did enter my head.

For the rest of this column, read this week's Cadiz Record.
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