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Madison Southern at Covington Catholic Predictions/Updates (5A Playoffs) - Cancelled

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Covington Catholic and Madison Southern had never seen each other on the football field until 2015, and this Friday will now make the fourth time in six seasons that the two teams have played.

The Colonels have won all three previous contests, beating the Eagles 28-7 in the second round of the 2015 5A playoffs, 49-13 in the 2017 5A championship game, and beating them 49-9 last year in the 5A quarterfinals.

Looking at their quarterfinal rematch this Friday, Cov Cath is 9-1 with a loss to Lex Cath on Nov 6th, and Mad South is 6-3 with losses to Pulaski County and Collins in the first two weeks of the season, plus a loss to Boyle County on Oct 30th.

What are we likely to see happen in Park Hills on Friday night?


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Except for the Boyle game, MadSouth has been very solid this year. Walter Smith is a solid player the CovCath defense will need to contain. Benton is all over the field on defense for Coach Clark.

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Boyle County beat Madison Southern 53-7, and beat Highlands 46-7, so by that comparison you could say that Mad South vs. Cov Cath should be within a touchdown or so of Highlands vs. Cov Cath.

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This is the 3rd regional final in 4 years for MadSouth. Coach Clark does a good job in Berea.

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KHSAA scoreboard has this game listed as a COVID cancellation, with Cov Cath advancing.  

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Someone refresh my memory...does Madison Southern's cancellation mean that Woodford County - who lost on Friday to Madison Southern - will have the opportunity to play Covington Catholic this week in the quarterfinals?

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2 minutes ago, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

Someone refresh my memory...does Madison Southern's cancellation mean that Woodford County - who lost on Friday to Madison Southern - will have the opportunity to play Covington Catholic this week in the quarterfinals?

I don't think so. I believe that only takes effect if a team cancels after playoff Week 3 or Week 4. So if Madison Southern had beat Covington Catholic this week, then had to drop out, CovCath would advance.

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6 minutes ago, gchs_uk9 said:

I don't think so. I believe that only takes effect if a team cancels after playoff Week 3 or Week 4. So if Madison Southern had beat Covington Catholic this week, then had to drop out, CovCath would advance.

Correct.  Cov Cath advances to the semis. Let’s all pray we never deal with this craziness ever again.  Hopefully, all afflicted at Mad South, recover quickly and safely.  At least they ended their season with an exciting win.

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2 hours ago, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

Someone refresh my memory...does Madison Southern's cancellation mean that Woodford County - who lost on Friday to Madison Southern - will have the opportunity to play Covington Catholic this week in the quarterfinals?

Do you know how often teams are tested? 

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3 minutes ago, Jason Bucklen said:

Do you know how often teams are tested? 

I don't think teams are tested at all. These cancellations are happening because someone connected to the team gets sick then tests positive.

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1 minute ago, Voice of Reason said:

I don't think teams are tested at all. These cancellations are happening because someone connected to the team gets sick then tests positive.

Oh ok thanks for the answer. I was wondering how it worked. 

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16 hours ago, Voice of Reason said:

I don't think teams are tested at all. These cancellations are happening because someone connected to the team gets sick then tests positive.

That is correct.

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