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    Bellevue/Dayton/Newport.....perhaps the new "River City High School".
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1523 View Post
    Bellevue/Dayton/Newport.....perhaps the new "River City High School".
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    Scott Holmes BullEagles

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    If County and Hoptown consolidated not many teams would beat them in whatever class they would be in. There is more talent in Christian County than you can shake a stick at, always has been.

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    Paducah Tilghman + McCracken County =
    The McCracken Tilghman Blu-'Stang Clan

    6A powerhouse?

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    Scott county and great crossing. New name would be Scott county cardinals once again. Force in 6A. lol

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    Belfry & Pikeville..... if everybody could keep from fighting each other you could destroy 3A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblanton View Post
    Scott county and great crossing. New name would be Scott county cardinals once again. Force in 6A. lol
    Isn't that what they are right now ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebelpride64 View Post
    Isn't that what they are right now ???
    I mean yeah, but when they separate it would make sense. I’ve never been for splitting the two schools in the first place. I was just making a joke since I would like for the school to stay as it is. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerspride View Post
    If County and Hoptown consolidated not many teams would beat them in whatever class they would be in. There is more talent in Christian County than you can shake a stick at, always has been.
    This may actually happen as both schools need to be rebuilt. CoHop Broncos sounds good to me, would be a tough out in 6A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PondCreek View Post
    Belfry & Pikeville..... if everybody could keep from fighting each other you could destroy 3A.
    I'd wager if you did that, and consolidate the other county schools, they'd win against a PHS/BHS unholy union

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    Graves County/Mayfield would be a very tough football team to compete with and would be a very hostile crowd to play against on the road. Let's name them The GravField "Grave Diggers" "Where Seasons Come to Die!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblanton View Post
    I mean yeah, but when they separate it would make sense. I’ve never been for splitting the two schools in the first place. I was just making a joke since I would like for the school to stay as it is. Lol
    My bad. I was a little slow.

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    Cooper and Ryle would produce one heck of team. Ryle’s size and Cooper’s athletes would make for some very very strong teams especially over the last 5 years not to mention their 5 mins apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TribePride View Post
    I'd wager if you did that, and consolidate the other county schools, they'd win against a PHS/BHS unholy union
    I'd be surprised.

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