• Bill Caine, Woodford Sun Staff

WCMS football struggles against Georgetown

The Woodford County Middle School football teams are experiencing some growing pains this season. The seventh-grade Tigers squad lost a heartbreaker to Georgetown on Sept. 7 in overtime 12-6, and the eighth-grade game finished with a 26-6 loss. With a midseason coaching change and new perspective on the game, new coach Ryan Asher is okay with the struggles right now. "I'm proud of how the boys continue to battle regardless of the score," said Asher. "They are learning to persevere and stay united as a team. We emphasized not to point the finger at others, but point back to yourself and say, 'What can I do better to help the team?' That goes for players and coaches."

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