Sophomore quarterback Ryan Jenkins (9) got a pat on the helmet from Magoffin County Coach Chester McCoy as the Hornets ran pre-season drills on Tuesday. The team lost most of its equipment and the buildings that housed it in the March 2 tornadoes that struck several sites in Eastern Kentucky.
Sophomore quarterback Ryan Jenkins (9) got a pat on the helmet from Magoffin County Coach Chester McCoy as the Hornets ran pre-season drills on Tuesday. The team lost most of its equipment and the buildings that housed it in the March 2 tornadoes that struck several sites in Eastern Kentucky. Herald-Leader
Sophomore quarterback Ryan Jenkins (9) got a pat on the helmet from Magoffin County Coach Chester McCoy as the Hornets ran pre-season drills on Tuesday. The team lost most of its equipment and the buildings that housed it in the March 2 tornadoes that struck several sites in Eastern Kentucky. Herald-Leader

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