Station Camp shut out in dress rehearsal

Station Camp shut out in dress rehearsal


Station Camp shut out in dress rehearsal


HARTSVILLE The Station Camp football team faced adversity in bunches against one of Kentucky’s premier football teams in Friday evening’s Trousdale County Tobacco Bowl Jamboree.

Here are three things about the Bison’s 35-0 loss to Bowling Green:

Stalled offense

The Bison struggled to get any offense against the Purples as Station Camp picked up only one first down in a 35-0 loss.

It was the second consecutive scrimmage that head coach Shaun Hollinsworth was not pleased with his team’s effort, especially with the regular season opening next Friday.

“I’m just really at a loss for words right now. I mean we played a pretty good team, but I think we can do a lot better than we did tonight,” Hollinsworth said. “It’s good to play against quality opponents, and after last Tuesday (against Brentwood) I found a lot of positives in the film that led me believe to think we’d be good tonight, but I don’t know why that didn’t transpire.”

Sumner quotes and notes

Starters see tough test

The first team offense played a quarter and a half of the two-quarter format, but never found any footing against a Bowling Green team that has claimed four of the past five Class 5A state titles in Kentucky, including last year’s 21-7 victory in the title game against Pulaski County.

“You just got to get this out of your mind and go forward from here,” Hollinsworth said. “Hopefully we will have some guys back next week, and you just have to put this one behind you because everybody is 0-0.”

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Perry healing

Station Camp was without the services of junior running back Sirtavious Perry who was nursing various ailments, though Hollinsworth expects him to be ready to go for the season open next week as the Bison host Clarksville.

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Next week: Clarksville at Station Camp, Friday, 7 p.m.

Station Camp head coach Shaun Hollinsworth talks to his team during a break in action during Friday's Tobacco Bowl Jamboree

Station Camp head coach Shaun Hollinsworth talks to his team during a break in action during Friday’s Tobacco Bowl Jamboree

Last meeting: Clarksville initially won last year’s season opener 21-20 at home, but was forced to forfeit the game later in the season after reporting the use of an ineligible player.


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