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Thacker, former Aggies part of 8-man showcase history

Rhyler Estenbaum (33) pulls away from a Green defender in the second half of Saturday's 8-Man Coaches Association All-Star Game in St. Joseph. Estenbaum, the former NHC Aggie, helped set up a Silver touchdown with a pair of long runs in the third period as Silver defeated Green 24-0. (Photo by Russ Green/Richmond News.)

Rhyler Estenbaum (33) pulls away from a Green defender in the second half of Saturday’s 8-Man Coaches Association All-Star Game in St. Joseph. Estenbaum, the former NHC Aggie, helped set up a Silver touchdown with a pair of long runs in the third period as Silver defeated Green 24-0. (Photo by Russ Green/Richmond News.)

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News

Norborne/Hardin-Central football coach Kirk Thacker didn’t have to worry about developing more gray hairs from watching a nail-biter at this year’s Missouri 8-Man All-Star Game.

Serving as defensive line coach during the first half and offensive coordinator during the second, Thacker helped lead the Silver All-Stars to a 24-0 thumping of the Green All-Stars Saturday night at Craig Field at Spratt Memorial Stadium. It was the first shutout in the annual event’s history.

The complete story is in the Tuesday, July 12, 2016 Richmond News.

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