Coach Mark Carroll will lead his football Thorobreds south about 13 miles Friday night to do battle with the 0-2 Paris Greyhounds seeking the Breds’ first victory of the young season.
Paris has been defeated by a total of 117-12 by Kentucky Country Day and Frankfort High in their first two outings, but Carroll is not over confident.
“As silly as this might sound,” the second year coach said, “they have just missed a lot of tackles, which has led to allowing all of those points. They have good speed and some talented players.”
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