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Coosa finishes home slate vs. Trinity Friday

Published 9:32am Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Last week’s loss to Leeds High School eliminated any chance of Central-Coosa High School making the Class 3A state playoffs, but the Cougars (3-5) still want to finish out their home schedule in style Friday night with a win over Montgomery private school Trinity Presbyterian School in Hanover.
“I think it’s a big game for us and it’s senior night, so I want those guys to be recognized for their accomplishments this season,” said Central head coach Richard Bell, whose 2012 team has a strong number of senior players.
“Right now, it’s all about the future and finishing this season as strong as we can so that we can keep building.”
Central-Coosa won three games this season, which is the first time they have done so since the 2007 season, as Bell is in his second season in Hanover.
Trinity Presbyterian is 6-2 and is on a six game win streak with their only losses to Class 4A No. 2 Central-Clay and Class 3A No. 3 Leeds to start this season.

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