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History might be made a ACHS football game tonight 10 Oct 2014

Come out and support the team during this potentially history making game.
Battle of the Unbeatens: ACHS hosts S Warren HS, Adair County Football Stadium, 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY, at 7pmCT, Friday,10 Oct 2014.

By Travis Gay, Adair County High School Football Coach

The Adair County High School Football team takes the field tonight with an unprecedented 6-0 record.

They are without doubt facing their toughest competition thus far tonight against the top seeded AAA team in the State of Kentucky: South Warren High School.

If the Adair County team wins tonight it will make school history, it will be the first 7-0 ACHS football season, ever. Also if they win tonight it will ensure them hosting a playoff game which would be only the second time in team history they have done so.

But most importantly, it would put them as 1st seed in the district. The team has never won a district championship.

So tonight is very important all the way around.

Come out and support the team during this potentially history making game. Hopefully, you will be able to say "I was there when Adair County Football made history"! Kick-off is at 7pmCT. See you there.

This story was posted on 2014-10-10 16:06:47
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