Commodores hope tough schedule will lead to district successful


By Tony McGuire - cpsports@gmail.com



Tony McGuire | Hazard Herald After being out much of the early season, Perry Central’s Damon Tobler is back on the floor and ready to lead the Commodores down the stretch.


The Perry County Central Commodores (13-3) have been on a break since they won the WYMT Mountain Classic. The Commodores have a tough schedule remaining, and are hoping the strength of schedule will lead them to the district title.

The Commodores have nine games remaining on their schedule, with only three of them being at home (that will give the Commodores a total of four home games on the season). Perry Central will take on Lexington Catholic, Hazard and Casey County at home.

The Commodores will play in a couple of late season tournaments (Betsy Layne and Southwestern), and will then visit Knott Central, Casey County, Belfry and Clay County.

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Tony McGuire | Hazard Herald After being out much of the early season, Perry Central’s Damon Tobler is back on the floor and ready to lead the Commodores down the stretch.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_IMG_0381.jpgTony McGuire | Hazard Herald After being out much of the early season, Perry Central’s Damon Tobler is back on the floor and ready to lead the Commodores down the stretch.

By Tony McGuire

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