Franklin-Simpson Wildcats' football team seniors have accomplished what many players in the landscape of Kentucky high school football have not. The senior class finished their four-year career with an overall record of 48-10.

Their first season was 8-5, finishing as Region One runner-ups to the South Warren Spartans in 2015. Their following season was near perfection as they finished 14-1 and as Class 4-A state runner-up champions. The final two seasons were historic as their junior season with an overall record of 12-3 and their senior season was 14-1.

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Alton Tims

Oh, this is very sad news for the people who love to see the Kentucky high school’s football team because the players of the team have completed the four-year degree program from the school and they have to leave the team. Now people are looking forward to the junior’s team and para yatırmadan bonus veren bahis siteleri they are also expecting the same performance form them as senior showed in their matches.

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