Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY


October 30, 2013

Practice skirmish sets tone for Trojans' game with OCHS

GLASGOW — Football practices at Barren County High School have been especially intense this week. The intensity has been so high a skirmish broke out between two Trojan players, before the players could be separated.

Head coach Jason Esters said that wasn’t such a bad thing to see.

“The guys are really playing well right now. We’ve got some momentum on our side and it doesn’t matter who you’re playing, winning three straight games gives you a lot of momentum,” Esters said. “We’re pretty excited. Yesterday it got a little chippy in practice and that’s a good thing. It’s been a long time since we’ve had a little skirmish in practice this late in the season. It tells me they want it.”

That kind of attitude may come in handy this Friday when the Trojans host Class 2A power Owensboro Catholic. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

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