FOOTBALL: Trigg preparing for big gridiron matchup with Fort Campbell
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Sep 19, 2012 | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trigg County football head coach Coby Lewis said the Wildcats’ bye week practices last week were “much better than last year’s bye week.”

In an effort to simulate a regular game week, Trigg practiced Monday through Thursday, and many players were in attendance for Christian County’s 41-22 win over Fort Campbell, Trigg’s opponent this Friday at Perdue Field.

“We feel like we got some things accomplished last week, some things we got better at,” Lewis said. “At the same time, it’s still hard to motivate kids when you know there’s not going to be a game on Friday. There were times when we didn’t get what we wanted, but overall, much better than last year.”

Trigg’s biggest health concern heading into this week’s big Class 3A 1st District tilt with the Falcons is uncertainty about Chris Acree, who may have suffered a concussion in the ‘Cats’ 38-37 comeback win over Caldwell County last Friday.

“Other than that, we should be as healthy as we’ve been,” Lewis said.

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