Month: November 2021

The games change but championships are still won the old-fashioned way

Male used traditional formula to oust Trinity by John Herndon for GLICOD LOUISVILLE – I really didn’t know what to expect when GLICOD’s Chris Labar asked if I could work the Trinity at Male state semifinal football game Friday night. Just thinking of the teams lining it up was enough to send a few chills …

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Red-hot Spencer County cools sweating coach with icy victory shower

Bears defense stops John Hardin for school’s first district title by John Herndon for GLICOD TAYLORSVILLE, Ky. – As he made the decision that he knew could backfire either way, Spencer County football coach Mike Marksbury was sweating on a cold night. And regardless of what would happen, he knew he would continue to sweat …

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Henry County’s McKinley Paynter — making an impact one play and one fist bump at a time

Special needs player teaches to laugh and love in all things By John Herndon for GLICOD TAYLORSVILLE, Ky. – McKinley Paynter made sure I got a fist bump Friday night. Oh, I have been fist-bumped, high-fived, low-fived, gotten part of a Gatorade bath and just about everything else you could think of during my career …

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