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It's all Rebels as Boyle County blasts TC 57-0

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In district opener for both squads.

By Bobby Brockman

Boyle County may not be the same team that won 47 consecutive games and five straight state titles from 1999-2003, but the Rebels are still a “polished well-oiled machine” as Taylor County will attest to after a 57-0 loss at home on Friday night.
The Rebels (4-2 with losses to undefeated powers Fort Thomas Highlands and John Hardin), scored three different ways — kick-off return, run and punt return to take a 21-0 first-quarter lead.
Boyle County showed the  spread offense much of the night, but went to the wishbone to tally their second score.


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