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  1. Yes it is. The Battle of the Barrel. Always the game that both teams have circled on the calendar. What a way to start a season.
  2. 2 weeks removed from the same teams meeting in the same place. What can be learned going into week 12? Apparently a lot! If the Raiders can figure out what Coach Barker and his Comets did about slowing down that Red Devil ground game, East Carter stands a good chance of surviving one more week. If not, it will be more of the same from their last encounter. Champlin’s Raiders need to keep the energy they started with the last time, and not let up or buckle under the weight of the relentless Russell home crowd.
  3. ADI says Lundy was 7-19 for 254. 3 TD, 1 INT. We’ll be reading that name in the paper a lot over the next 3 years.
  4. I didn’t realize that was the score at halftime. LOL. Strong teams make strong performances. I agree, injury free, competitive game, with some good sportmanship. Can’t ask for much more than that.
  5. Russell 42 Greenup 0 East Carter 30 Greenup 29 Ashland 21 Russell 14 Ashland 35 East Carter 13 Needless to say, East will need to play their best game of the season. They’ve proven to be a second half team numerous times (West Carter, Fleming Co, Greenup Co), so if they can keep close to Russell till halftime, they’ll have a chance. The problem with that philosophy is, Russell isn’t a team you can fall behind to, and play catch up with. If they get moment, The Raiders will suffer their first running clock of the season. But, this isn’t “that” East Carter. I’m the eternal optimist. East Carter 32 Russell 28
  6. Raiders (6-2) secure first winning season since 2005.
  7. One of the best games of the season is going to be Ashland vs Russell. The game has already been hyped pretty well. There’s even a clever t-shirt campaign under way on social media. All eyes will be focused on that game next week. And if Ashland is looking past East Carter, this week, that could play into favor of the Raiders. It will be an uphill battle for a much improved East Carter team. But, a distracted Tomcats team, as well as home field advantage, and homecoming night for the Raiders, could be the recipe for an upset in the making. Call me the eternal optimist. We’re all about to find out in a couple hours.
  8. Tolsia scored first with a scoop and score when East fumbled the ball away on their opening drive. This would prove to be the Rebels only points of the game tho. The Raiders took control from there, both offensively and defensively.
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