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    Cooper 74 Pulaski County 52

    Final from the King of the Bluegrass!

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    Really nice win for the Jags.

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    Pulaski is a lot better than they showed tonight.

    Cooper has a great team. Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catfan09 View Post
    Pulaski is a lot better than they showed tonight.

    Cooper has a great team. Congrats.
    Is there another scoring threat besides Fitzgerald? Hard to beat the better teams in the state without second and third scoring options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catfan09 View Post
    Pulaski is a lot better than they showed tonight.

    Cooper has a great team. Congrats.
    Maybe Cooper defense had some thing to do with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel-fan View Post
    Is there another scoring threat besides Fitzgerald? Hard to beat the better teams in the state without second and third scoring options.
    I didn't see the game but Danny Butt is a viable option to score. I did watch them this summer and his foot was still bothering him so I don't know how much better his foot has gotten. It's obvious that everything runs through Fitz though

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    Cooper will rarely outsize any team they play this year but they will outwork most if not all teams they play on the defensive end which typically fuels their offense. Having 3 players averaging in double digits in scoring and 2 more players avg. double digits in rebounding will give them more than a chance most nights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sixer View Post
    Cooper will rarely outsize any team they play this year but they will outwork most if not all teams they play on the defensive end which typically fuels their offense. Having 3 players averaging in double digits in scoring and 2 more players avg. double digits in rebounding will give them more than a chance most nights.
    I don't know if size (length-wise) matters that much in KY high school bball. If you have decent size and girth to rebound, then I think you can go far. No one really utilizes or knows how to utilize size on the offensive end anyway. Give me about two 6'4 to 6'5 tight ends and linebackers and a few scoring bball players and I think you will do fine in KY high school bball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sixer View Post
    Cooper will rarely outsize any team they play this year but they will outwork most if not all teams they play on the defensive end which typically fuels their offense. Having 3 players averaging in double digits in scoring and 2 more players avg. double digits in rebounding will give them more than a chance most nights.
    Cooper is very discipline. Great defense and plenty of guys that can beat you with the shot or off dribble

    Pulaski was flat last night.... They need to heal up, from injuries & sickness and regroup for Thursday.

    Once again, Cooper is well coached and I’m anxious to see how they fare moving forward.

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    Solid win for the Jags. Defense really changed the game and brought more intensity after a slow start. Stay scrappy and keep building depth! #1family1love1process

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    Quote Originally Posted by dognation2 View Post
    I don't know if size (length-wise) matters that much in KY high school bball. If you have decent size and girth to rebound, then I think you can go far. No one really utilizes or knows how to utilize size on the offensive end anyway. Give me about two 6'4 to 6'5 tight ends and linebackers and a few scoring bball players and I think you will do fine in KY high school bball.
    Excellent thought process, spot on.

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    Yes, agree.

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