The Manchester Enterprise: Sports

It's Been A Long Summer

It’s Been Another Long Summer


It’s almost here! The 2011-12 Kentucky deer season opens Saturday, September 3 and I for one, can’t wait. After suffering through a long hot summer the cool, crispy mornings of fall are a welcomed time. It’s my most favorite time of the year for sure.

I have an addiction for deer hunting.  And that addiction is one that I hope to never loose. From the end of last season, when I hung up my bow and cleaned my guns from the many hours I spent afield, this date was X-ed on my calendar.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 01 September 2011 15:13

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Second Half Letdown

Tigers Outscored 17-0 in Second Half for Second Straight Loss


Tiger quarterback Zach McGeorge gets set to fire a pass as teammate Jacob Hyde delivers a block during Friday's game against Marion County.

Lebanon – A disappointing second-half performance from the Clay County Tigers led to their second straight loss of the year, falling to host Marion County 31-14 Saturday night in the Heart of Kentucky Pigskin Classic.

The Tigers ended the first half tied at 14, but the Marion County offense torched the Tigers in the second, as Clay County’s offense struggled throughout the game.

“We started off playing well,” said Tiger Head Coach Kenny Roark, “But we made a lot of mental errors.  We have to learn to play full go for the whole 48 minutes.”

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 August 2011 14:13

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