Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY


September 13, 2012

Glasgow's Wood impressed with Monroe County's offense

GLASGOW — Rick Wood, the head football coach at Glasgow High School, doesn’t take anything for granted in the world of high school football. The Scotties have been playing very well this year and they come into Friday night’s contest at Monroe County in Tompkinsville with a perfect 4-0 record and a Top 10 ranking in Class 3A.

But Wood knows that record means absolutely nothing to the Monroe County Falcons. And in what will be a battle of two ranked programs, Wood believes John Petett will have the Falcons chomping at the bit for the chance to face the Scotties.

“There is no doubt Monroe County is the best team we’ve played to date,” Wood said. “I felt like coming into the season they would be a top three or four team  in Class 3A, and they’re certainly starting to play like that.”

Kickoff for Friday’s contest in Tompkinsville is slated for 7 p.m.

For more information, see Thursday's issue of the Daily Times.

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