Cards need Wayne win to clinch home play-off game

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Thursday night game kicks off at 7:30 in Monticello.

By Bobby Brockman

The play-off picture can be real simple after tomorrow's Taylor County at Wayne County High School football game. Then again, the post-season plans for three teams might still be confusing.

The Cardinals of Taylor County control their own destiny with a win over the Wayne County Cardinals.

A TCHS triumph and coach Rod Turpin's club assures itself of the No. 2 seed in Class 3A, District 5 and a home play-off game on Friday, Nov. 6.

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