Bright shines in TCHS' 35-14 road romp at Barren

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Cardinals conclude season on Friday at home vs. Hart

By David Chewning

Taylor County High stopped a four-game losing skid with a 35-14 road triumph over Barren County on Friday.
Coach Eric Graves’ team executed his keys to the game almost to perfection.  They set the tempo with a stout defense, scored first to get ahead, had only one turnover and had a balanced offensive attack — 210 yards on the ground and 205 in the air.
Hunter Christie and Daulton Turpin connected four times on the night for 140 yards and two first-half touchdowns to spot the Cardinals to 14-0 lead.

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