MANCHESTER, Ky. (WYMT) - The Clay County Tigers are coming off a big win over Washington County last week, and now return home this Friday for their Appalachian Bowl matchup with the Perry Central Commodores.
Tiger head coach Evan Napier is impressed with what he has seen from the Commodores, and says their game plan will start with containing Austin Pray and Darryl Beatty, but also says they have many other weapons around them.
"They impress me a lot, especially the Pray kid and Beatty. Pray more than Beatty," says Napier. "He may be one of the best kids in the state, I feel like, and Beatty's one of the fastest, so our work is definitely cut out for us. We have to find a way to contain those guys. They've got a lot of playmakers around them."