Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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October 8, 2012

MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK: Pieces falling into place

(Continued)

ASHLAND — Wide right

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Here are this past weekend’s local scores of interest: Fairview 68, Paintsville 20; Fleming County 18, West Carter 7; Johnson Central 59, Greenup County 12; Ashland 35, Belfry 20; Lewis County 25, East Carter 7; Bishop Watterson 42, Ironton 8; Pike County Central 29, Lawrence County 14; Raceland 60, Nicholas County 12; Rowan County 28, Boyd County 25; Mason County 32, Russell 28.

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Noteworthy

There’s something magical happening in Morgan County. After all the community went through last spring with destructive tornadoes, the Cougars’ football team (led by coach Brian Turner) just keeps winning for West Liberty.

The Cougars are 7-0 behind three shutouts, including two in a row.

Breathitt County, ranked No. 2 in last week’s Class 3A AP Poll, comes to town on Friday.

AARON SNYDER can be reached at asnyder@dailyindependent.com or (606) 326-2664.

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