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  1. No travesty at all when it’s the 40th turn and they host it at a 40th school.
  2. Someone correct me if I’m wrong. Capacity numbers done by a fire marshal not only county seats, but standing room as well. I ask this because I know GRC’s gym actually has fewer seats than Montgomery County’s gym, but the capacity is much larger because of the standing room. Maybe I’ve been misinformed.
  3. So Holmes is giving up their gym/their electricity/custodial staff for nothing?
  4. Those numbers are paid attendees. It doesn’t take into consideration the pass list, bands, cheerleaders, support staff, concession workers, etc. I can promise you there were more than 2,500 people in the gym for the Finals at GRC in 2020.
  5. Agree with the bold statement 1000%. It’s always been that way. Seems as if folks in that area are embarrassed to be from Kentucky.
  6. I know he applied for a position that was just filled this past week.
  7. I’d love to see a picture from the semifinals and final from 2020 at GRC as well.
  8. Coach Caba comes to Montgomery County from Georgetown College.
  9. I went every night that year and I live in the 40th district. We shall see, friend. I think the fact that it’s being held out of region will really tick off some of the traditionalists and they’ll “protest.”
  10. And you’re probably right, it would be big enough because no one would go!
  11. The “public record” numbers are for the number of tickets sold, right?
  12. Quarter-finals, yes. Semi-finals, doubtful. Finals, no chance.
  13. And teams get a travel stipend during the regional tournament for 1 bus.
  14. I’ve awoken today with a new attitude on this. If the 37th district AD’s want to have the regional tournament at Holmes in March, I say do it. I would never wish ill will on anyone when it comes to high school athletics, but I’m afraid many of us will be able to say, “told you so” in late March. My concern will then turn to the small schools in the region that will struggle to fund their non-revenue teams during the 2022-23 school year. Good luck to those involved.
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