Hazard vs. Perry Central Predictions

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  • Hazard

    15 100.00%
  • Perry County Central

    0 0%
  1. #16

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    Jul 06
    Eastern Kentucky

    Those 25 players were athletes though! Makes a big difference when you only have 4 or 5 real athletes. You need those numbers to make roll players out of them and get things done.

  2. #17

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    Mar 07
    Elizabethtown, KY

    I will say Hazard in this one. But definetely dont want to overlook Pcc. If they put up that many points against sheldon clark then they will put up points against Hazard because there defense isnt that great neither. But with Campbell back that should help out quite a bit. Of course Pcc might give up alot of points to. Lets not overestimate pcc in this one. I think it will be a close game. Pcc will come ready to play. Hopefully im wrong in this one because i want to see Hazard win in a good way. I do think that the Pcc program is going to come a long way. But of course it will take alot of talent, competiveness, coaching and good playing from Pcc to play with Rock and Bell. Goodluck to both teams.

  3. #18
    Leonidas's Avatar
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    Aug 07

    They are no longer in the district with Bell and Rock. Their district consists of Clay, Whitley, North Laurel, and Letcher Co.

  4. #19

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    Nov 03

    Quote Originally Posted by Master of the Hardwood
    All I can say is, you have to have players to compete. If you run them all off, you can't compete. So now going from 50 players down to 20, you don't have a chance agianst those teams and maybe not against any other teams on their schedule either! I'm sure there are 40 players in the school that would play if he would ease up a little bit and they could make PCC a contender every year in 5A. I understand being committed, but what he does is a little over the top if you ask me. He is a great guy and I know he is used to that from his college days, but some of these guys are not mentally able to handle that and he has to understand that!
    Well, that is the hard part of coaching...trying to prepare the athletes for success and physical well being and keeping good numbers...HS is a volunteer sport, there are no scholarships...but in the long run it's about the commitment...no one will win without committed players. If you have 70 players and only 20 or so are committed, more than likely those will be the only players that will be playing during the contest anyhow...it is a tough call.