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    Oct 6, 19, 11:29 PM
    It's hard to play a cupcake schedule leading into district play. The best two teams beat them up. Hoptown outphysicaled them the last three quarters. Should be a fun rematch with either Madisonville or Hoptown in the playoffs.
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    Oct 4, 19, 12:22 AM
    Logan County's kicker/punter is a soccer player who had a soccer game. Hopkinsville's defense held Logan to less than 20 yards rushing, and they had a freshman pick off three passes. I agree with the above. Hoptown's physicality was the difference. Hoptown can lock up the No. 1 seed at Madisonville next week. A Madisonville win means a three-way tie for first place.
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    Oct 2, 19, 10:18 PM
    Maybe. Or maybe the victim's family's compassion did. There is some sympathy for police officers in the Dallas area given what happened in 2016.
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    Oct 2, 19, 10:00 PM
    She did not enter the apartment with the intent to kill him. You made the perfect comparison with Larry Mahoney. As tragic as it was, he didn't intend to drive his pickup truck into a church bus. If she had hit him while she was drunk and driving, 10 years would have been somewhat appropriate. Now, can the feds go after her for a civil rights violation? Maybe. But her lack of intent to kill when she entered the apartment factored...
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    Oct 2, 19, 02:04 PM
    You can't compare public scores to private scores. Very few, if any, private schools have special education concerns. They don't have busing problems. I mean, yeah. If I hand-picked the best basketball or baseball players within 50-miles of where I live, I would put up good numbers also. The same applies to education so throw out the public school v private school score comparison. Compare the problems of Louisville to say a city the...
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    Oct 2, 19, 01:49 PM
    Was training the cause? No. But everything wrong that happens isn't caused by just one thing. Did a lack of training contribute to the cause? Probably. Did her inability to process what was happening in the moment contribute to the cause? Probably. We don't know what her history was involving men or African-American men was? Was she scared of them? Did she have a bad history with them? Who knows? But if she did, that could have...
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    Oct 2, 19, 01:29 PM
    Standards across the nation have dropped. Larger departments used to require a college degree but that is no longer the case. Other departments required a spot-free criminal history. Now, some allow some misdemeanors in the past. But don't take my word for it. Dallas City Council Plans Vote to Relax Police Hiring Standards to Bring On More Officers - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
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    Oct 2, 19, 02:33 AM
    Murray is not overrated. They have the horses to give Mayfield a run in the district and will likely play them twice this year.
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    Oct 2, 19, 02:31 AM
    If they want to help schools guarantee a balanced schedule that benefits more schools than it hurts, the KHSAA is going to have to do away with the current scheduling grid. It makes it too hard when every school is trying to find non-district opponents in the same six weeks. Let schools schedule district games anytime after the second week and anytime before the final two weeks. That's a seven-week window to schedule instead of the current...
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    Oct 2, 19, 02:24 AM
    -- Reduce the number of classes to five -- Allow schools with an enrollment of 300 or less to play 8-man football. Any small school that wants to give football a trial run can use 8-man football to get their feet wet. You can't play both 8 and 11 man football -- Get rid of the current scheduling grid required by schools and allow them to schedule district games after week two and before week nine (first two weeks and last two weeks). So many...
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    Oct 2, 19, 02:12 AM
    I agree with the above. Maddon cut his teeth in the Angels system under Scioscia. He is an American League manager at heart and like the Cubs did, they will throw a bunch of money in free agency to make sure it works out of the gate. I like David Ross, but I get the same heebie jeebies like when Ryne Sandberg's name was mentioned several years ago -- no experience but the fans loved him as a Cub. The Cubs have only won with experienced...
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    Oct 2, 19, 02:07 AM
    I think we are giving newspapers too much credit here. With all of their ownership changes and technology changes, I'm sure Nick Burns the company's new computer guy came in and cleaned house from the server and didn't realize that by pressing F10, he was deleting the files associated with Lit and the formulas.
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    Oct 2, 19, 02:01 AM
    Sad case and justice was metted out properly here. Unfortunately, we will see this more often with the lower standards police departments now have in the hiring process. It's a dangerous cycle for a profession very few want to now enter.
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    Sep 29, 19, 05:14 PM
    Other than that, I really like the app and use it more than I do the website.
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    Sep 29, 19, 05:13 PM
    The Cubs and Joe Maddon have agreed to part ways. It's probably the best for both sides. I always felt like the Epstein/Maddon marriage was like Billy Beane and Art Howe. Epstein put together a team the way he saw fit to win and Maddon would tinker, especially in the bullpen. Managing a bullpen is not a strong suit of Maddon's, and it almost cost them the World Series in 2016. Four pitching coaches in four years seems to back that up. ...
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    Sep 29, 19, 11:20 AM
    I had some issues entering my lineup on the app. It was telling me that I had three players listed for the tiebreaker but the app was only showing one and did not give me the option of deselecting anybody as my back up. I was able to logon to the regular site and submit a lineup with one back up player. I don’t know if anyone else was having this issue or not.
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    Sep 28, 19, 03:14 AM
    Fort Campbell should beat Ballard Memorial in a couple of weeks to earn a return trip to Mayfield in the first round of the playoffs. Jayden Stinson was 9-10 passing for 251 yards and 3 TDs for Mayfield. They outgained Fort Campbell 400-92. This used to be one of the marquee series in the late 1970s and early 1980s when the winner would be the team to make the playoffs. Some very, very good teams at Mayfield and Fort Campbell sat at home...
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    Sep 28, 19, 03:06 AM
    Hightower had 44 carries for 307 yards and a score. Tyler Ezell threw for 295 yards and three TDs, including the game-winning hail mary Second district walk-off win for Logan in three years. They beat Hoptown on a QB keeper two years ago.
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    Sep 28, 19, 03:02 AM
    Todd is improved but not on the level of OCath. They have struggled to stop the pass all season. Hartz is the real deal. These teams will play again in the second round of the playoffs at Steele Stadium.
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    Sep 28, 19, 03:00 AM
    How many 3-pointers were hit in this game?
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    Sep 28, 19, 02:59 AM
    Ford had 313 yards on 13 carries. Freeman had 4 catches for 159 yards. Trigg have up 398 rushing yards to Tilghman (14.7 yards per carry) They gave up 313 rushing yards to Murray (10 yards per carry) Trigg has some defensive issues to fix. They did lose their leading tacker from last year to an ACL in the preseason. Their third leading tackler from last year is playing soccer this year. Their second leading tacker this year is out 2-5...
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