Last updated: August 22. 2014 10:50AM - 293 Views
Tony McGuire cpsports@gmail.com

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The Perry County Central Commodores hosted the Pikeville Panthers in its only football scrimmage of the season. The Commodores would be putting new players in several positions, and well as learning a new playbook as they have a new coaching staff.

The Commodores spent the majority of the time working on new plays with new personnel, while the Panthers were looking to take advantage and practice their plays for their upcoming game with Prestonsburg.

During the ten play sequence, Perry Central moved the ball well, and on a couple of occasion came up just shy of the end zone. On defense, the Commodores did well, but fell victim to the big play on play ten a couple of times.

Later during the live action plays, they were able to keep pace with the Panthers. It was a productive night for the Commodores as they were able to see a variety of new players in new rolls. Perry Central will start their season next weekend at Clay County.

Tony McGuire can be reached at 606-436-5771, or on Twitter @HazardHerald.

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