Top: Glasgow running back Tavion Parrish runs upfield during Friday night’s scrimmage against Corbin High School. The Scotties officially begin their season Saturday against Warren East in the T.J. Sampson Bowl. Middle: Barren County’s Tyler Furlong claps his hands in frustration after losing his helmet from a tackle during Friday’s scrimmage against Russellville. The Trojans will also begin their season at the T.J. Sampson Bowl at Glasgow High School, playing Metcalfe County. Bottom: Barren’s Kris Aquino sweeps to the right during the scrimmage.
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BCMS, GMS football to compete in state tournament
Glasgow and Barren County Middle Schools’ football squads will each compete in the Kentucky Middle School Football Association (KMSFA) state tournament.
Trojanettes backhand Lady Scotties
Chandra Taylor’s 7-6, 6-2 win over Hilary Rickard was Glasgow’s lone victory, as the Trojanettes downed the Lady Scotties in a tennis match at Gorin Park.
Trojans bash Butler
Barren County head baseball coach Jonathan Myatt said his Trojans “struggled at the plate throughout” Wednesday’s win over Logan County. Those struggles didn’t repeat themselves on Friday.
- Barren boys edge Monticello The Barren County boys soccer team may have beat Monticello 2-1 in their first game of the Trojan Classic tournament, but that doesn’t mean head coach Lawrence Nyekan is happy.
- Warming up for 2009
- BCMS, GMS football to compete in state tournament