Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY


August 15, 2013

Trojans see bright spots after scrimmage

GLASGOW — One of the things Barren County High School Coach Jason Esters wanted to see out of his team in Thursday’s football scrimmage against Edmonson County was the offense’s ability to move the ball. Esters believes his team didn’t sustain many drives last season and that forced his defense to be on the field far too long.

Esters got exactly what he was looking for early in the game Thursday as the Trojans took their first drive of the scrimmage down the field for a touchdown.

“We really looked good early. I told the kids offensively we started off on a fast pace, stuck it in. We had a good first drive and we made some big third down conversions,” Esters said. “I don’t like using the word potential, but I knew we had some pretty good players.

“I am excited. We played well against a pretty good football team tonight. But, we have a lot of things we have to work on.”

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