SOMERSET, Ky. (WYMT) - Out in the western part of the coverage area, the Pulaski County Maroons are preparing for Rockcastle County. Despite hearing that this year's Rockcastle team is a little smaller in size than recent years, Pulaski coach John Hines says you can always expect the same from the Rockets; a tough, physical, hard-nosed football team who will play with a lot of enthusiasm.
"You always know what you get with Rockcastle," says Hines. "They're a tough, hard-nosed, physical team. Coach Parkey does a great job. He and the staff do a great job up there every year. Coach Saylor with the defense does a great of really scheming to stop your offense. Their kids play hard. You can expect a Rockcastle team that's going to play hard and play physical and run to the football, and play with a lot of enthusiasm regardless of what their talent level is."
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