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Middlesboro at Lexington Christian Academy Predictions/Updates


Middlesboro at LCA  

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Larry French has done a wonderful job at Middlesboro but believe this is the end of the road.  Larry gets my vote for 2A coach of the year! 

Great crowd expected for this game on both sides of the ball. 

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20 hours ago, Kanaka Kahakai said:

According to Twitter, game is moved/ played at Dunbar HS due to field condition and weather. Do both teams have to agree with that move?

I assume Dunbar field is turf and LCA field is grass?

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21 hours ago, Kanaka Kahakai said:

According to Twitter, game is moved/ played at Dunbar HS due to field condition and weather. Do both teams have to agree with that move?

I think the home team gets to make the call, but both sides are likely privy to that information beforehand. I don't think a move would be made without first notifying the visiting team.

 

56 minutes ago, Voice of Reason said:

I assume Dunbar field is turf and LCA field is grass?

Yes, turf field and more seating, although LCA has plenty of seats as well.

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1 hour ago, gchs_uk9 said:

I think the home team gets to make the call, but both sides are likely privy to that information beforehand. I don't think a move would be made without first notifying the visiting team.

 

Yes, turf field and more seating, although LCA has plenty of seats as well.

The only reason I asked because what is thing that LCA has a lot of? SPEED right and how do you neutralize that? Wet, sloppy and muddy field lol. So if I was Middlesboro and I have a saying to where we can play, I say keep it at LCA. 

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Flashback to 1974…yes, I’m old…Middlesboro had no chance against a stacked Boyd County Lions team led by Rob Chaney, Terry Keelin, and others. In ‘73, Boyd County lost in the state finals and spent all of ‘74 being ranked #1 . Chaney and Keelin both earned scholarships to the University of Kentucky. 
Jackets traveled to Catlettsburg, a really, really long trip in those days, and upset the highly favored Lions 28-14, on a bitter cold night. Middlesboro did have Ken Roark, another UK scholarship player.   Middlesboro followed that with a win over Henry Clay 14-0. Lost to Owensboro 14-7 in the AA finals.

Can history repeat itself? There is precedence…GO JACKETS! 

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5 minutes ago, Hat Trick said:

Flashback to 1974…yes, I’m old…Middlesboro had no chance against a stacked Boyd County Lions team led by Rob Chaney, Terry Keelin, and others. In ‘73, Boyd County lost in the state finals and spent all of ‘74 being ranked #1 . Chaney and Keelin both earned scholarships to the University of Kentucky. 
Jackets traveled to Catlettsburg, a really, really long trip in those days, and upset the highly favored Lions 28-14, on a bitter cold night. Middlesboro did have Ken Roark, another UK scholarship player.   Middlesboro followed that with a win over Henry Clay 14-0. Lost to Owensboro 14-7 in the AA finals.

Can history repeat itself? There is precedence…GO JACKETS! 

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