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    Lynn Camp 55 Clinton Co. 14

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    Any stats on this game?

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    Not yet. LC had a ton of rushing yards. Clinton special teams were a bright spot for the Bulldogs, though.

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    Lynn Camp is kicking tail and taking names. I look for them to win this district and make a deep run in the playoffs. Congrats to Coach Mitchell and company.

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    Good win for LC, looks like they will face off with Williamsburg for the district title if Williamsburg can take care of Cville.

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    Still 5 weeks down the road. W'burg has LC and C'ville back-back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DADDY CAT
    Still 5 weeks down the road. W'burg has LC and C'ville back-back.
    I think Wburg has Cville,open date and then LC. LC has the best team. Has a very good chance to get to round 4.Wburg,Cville playing for 2nd seed and home field to face each other again.
    Williamsburg must play Cumberland and Madison Southen before Cville and LC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by footballfever
    I think Wburg has Cville,open date and then LC. LC has the best team. Has a very good chance to get to round 4.Wburg,Cville playing for 2nd seed and home field to face each other again.
    Williamsburg must play Cumberland and Madison Southen before Cville and LC.

    Luckily, if I understand the new playoff format correctly, round 4 no longer goes through Beechwood so that should help a mountain teams chances of getting to the carpet, I'd much rather play Pikeville then LCA, than the old format of Pikeville then Beechwood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HT721
    Luckily, if I understand the new playoff format correctly, round 4 no longer goes through Beechwood so that should help a mountain teams chances of getting to the carpet, I'd much rather play Pikeville then LCA, than the old format of Pikeville then Beechwood.
    this year it will actually be Hazards' district then Pikeville LCA winner to get to the carpet

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    Quote Originally Posted by 33power
    this year it will actually be Hazards' district then Pikeville LCA winner to get to the carpet

    You sure, in an earlier thread someone was linked khsaa that said LC district winner would play Pikeville district winner and LCA district winner would play Hazards district winner.

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    district 6 LC would play district 7 hazard the winner plays district 5 LCA vs district 8 Pikeville in the third round. The winners meet in the semi's

    http://www.khsaa.org/football/2007/fb1a2007.htm

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    I am just using these teams as examples. I am not sold on Hazard because their district is by far the toughest of the 3. Cumberland and Evarts are both very good and will be tough outs home field will play big in this district. Pikeville and LCA will easily win theirs and as much as Lynn Camp has improved on Defense I do not think Williamsburg can stay with them plus the Jackets go to LC. Williamsburg is really good offensive team though. By the way I hate this playoff format

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Breeze
    Any stats on this game?
    Lynn Camp piled up over 500 yards of offense. Joe Roskopf 15 carries 267 yards and 4 tds. Lynn Camp scored 3 tds in their first 3 plays from scrimmage. Lynn Camp lead 41 to 0 and the half, and the jv played all but one series in the second half. Nice win for Lynn Camp, things get tougher with a long road again next week to play a very good Dayton team.

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