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Chiefs, Panthers and Patriots all get wins

Starr's Mill and Sandy Creek kept their records perfect tonight with two very different types of games. You can throw the records out the window when Fayette County and McIntosh meet though. It wouldn't matter if the two rivals were 0-7 or 7-0 and they were playing on the moon, fans would get a great game.

Tonight, McIntosh exorcised some old demons and picked up their second region win of the season. Over in Class A, Our Lady of Mercy lost to ELCA, while Landmark helped the Bobcats out by defeating First Presbyterian.

For more, see the story at http://www.thecitizensports.com/node/1105



Coach Webb Head Coach of Fayette county must look the kids in the eye and say I was not the coach for this team. I did not have the ability to coach at this level and announce his retirement. It's all about him or he would have given it up a long time ago. How do guy's like this stay in their positions?

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