The first two drives told the story of game when Bell County hosted Corbin on Friday. During that stint, the Redhound defense held the Bobcats to three-and-out. The Corbin offense went on to score touchdowns on their first two drives en route to a 42-8 victory over Bell County. For the Bobcats, the loss makes Friday’s game against Jackson County a battle for third place in the district. Corbin will battle Casey County on Friday for the district championship. “(Corbin’s) a good football team.
Middlesboro’s tough district schedule continued with a match-up against No. 2 Danville on Friday. The game was never in much doubt after the Admirals exploded to 27 points in the second quarter en route to a 53-0 win over the Yellow Jackets. The victory for Danville sets up a much anticipated game with No. 4 Lexington Christian for the district championship on Friday. Middlesboro will be battling for third place when they travel to Somerset. The Jacket offense was stifled by Danville’s defense.
Pineville’s chances of hosting a playoff game came to an end on Friday. The Mountain Lions couldn’t slow down the passing game as the Yellow Jackets walked away with a 49-8 victory. The victory helps set up a district championship showdown between Lynn Camp and Williamsburg on Friday. Pineville will battle Harlan for third place in the district on Friday. The Mountain Lions got the running game going after being held to 32 yards the previous week.
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Selecting a term
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