|Published: 2:55 PM, 10/24/2013
||Last updated: 3:03 PM, 10/24/2013
Author: Seth Butler
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
NEWPORT—After facing four consecutive District 2-AAA teams that
relied on their finesse and athleticism, Cocke County High School is gearing up for a different test
Cherokee High School, which has been defeated by a combined 10 points in four of their
five losses this season, rolls into Larry Williams Stadium for the home finale on Friday night (7:30
p.m., RADIO: WLIK 1270-AM).
“They’re really big, really strong and physical,” Cocke County
first-year coach Caleb Slover said. “We’re going to get tested.
“They’re going to line it up and
run it at us,” Slover said. “Up front defensively, those four guys up front can get after it. We’re
going to be tested on both sides up front.”
For the full story, see the October 24 edition of the
Newport Plain Talk.
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