Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 9:19 am (Updated: September 19, 9:22 am)
“I thought that we were farther along than this,” said a visibly disappointed Harrison County Football Coach Jim Carr. “They ran all over us.”
Carr’s remarks came after the 41-19 loss to Mason County Friday night in the Athletic Complex before a really good Homecoming crowd that saw Caylin Mattox and Jacob Markley crowned queen and king.
“I am very disappointed in the fact that we are not mentally and physically tougher,” he went on to say. “We (the coaches) are going to have to find a way to improve on this.”
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