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    Today, 09:49 AM
    Boyle wins big, but will give the JV's as much time as the score will allow. Some of the kids are still in the healing mode. Having as many people as healthy as possible is so important in the playoffs. Having said that, I think the first game will allow the Rebels to give their starters plenty of rest. I think we will play Western Hills in the second game. I look forward to that rematch.
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    Oct 20, 18, 09:45 AM
    Sorry about that wrong info. A parent had told me that. Glad it is today instead.
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    Oct 20, 18, 09:38 AM
    Reese also caught a pass for a very important two point conversion. He did this while playing with a rather bulky cast on his hand. He had a surgical procedure earlier in the day to remove the wire from his broken hand. He made several tackles and broke up several passes. Talking about the star of the game, who else would you even consider. No it wasn't Boyle at their best, but they still won by 3 TD's. The game is 4 quarters long, so teams...
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    Oct 19, 18, 03:29 PM
    I understand the game is Tues. Oct 23rd at Caudill at 6:30.
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    Oct 18, 18, 04:38 PM
    I would also add Ned Stephens #67 to that list. He has been a steady performer the last two years on the offensive line and has been more valuable than sometimes given credit. At 6'1" 250 could also play somewhere at the next level.
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    Oct 17, 18, 11:11 AM
    Truly a mismatch as far as the two teams are concerned, but a great opportunity to watch some great high school talent. There will be several college coaches in the stands. There are other players at Boyle now creating interest among the scouts in addition to Landen, Reese and Wilson Kelly. Of course everyone will have their eyes on Wandale on every play. Hope the weather cooperates. I also think that the offensive line deserves a shout out for...
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    Oct 8, 18, 04:28 PM
    Don't forget Hatter. He changes any team's offensive scheme with his quickness, size and aggressiveness.
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    Oct 6, 18, 11:36 AM
    Boyle actually had seven starters out, including one after the first series plus two others lost earlier in the season. The good thing is that most of these will be back for next weeks game against Lex Cath. Not many teams can play as well as the Rebels did nine players down. This tells a lot about their depth and ability of the younger players. After the first quarter it was complete domination by the Rebels. Sometimes adversity can be a...
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    Oct 4, 18, 12:36 PM
    You have to add Jackson Smith of Boyle County, kicker and punter who will be a division one selection his senior year. You can also list Zach Mason a 250 lb 6' 2" offensive and defensive lineman. They have freshman QB Cole Lanter backup to his brother the varsity QB that can play with any one at this level. These kids have already performed at the varsity level this year quite well.
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    Sep 29, 18, 02:43 PM
    Dudley is one of the state's all time winning coaches for a reason, he gets the most out of what he has. A real interesting game in two weeks between Bell and Corbin. I thought Bell was very impressive in completely dominating a good Casey team. A young team that appears to be peaking at the right time.
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