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August 21, 2014 11:23 PM

Scott County relieved, but it's turning the page on perfect football season

Coach Jim McKee thinks Scott County's title was a good thing for Kentucky high school football, which for decades has been dominated by a select few schools, most notably Trinity and Highlands. "For us to win 6A was a great shot in the arm for public schools," he said. "What Collins did was good for football in this state, too."

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