Aggies fall to Gremlins in District 4 semis

Coach reflects on successes of NHC’s 7-4 season

Norborne/Hardin-Central quarterback Christian Coats is under heavy pressure from a Sacred Heart defender during Saturday’s 8-man district semifinal loss to the top-ranked Gremlins. (Photo by Russ Green/Richmond News)

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News

Norborne/Hardin-Central’s third season went better than Aggies coach Kirk Thacker had thought it would.

The Aggies’ season ended with Saturday’s 72-20 loss to undefeated Sacred Heart at Smith-Cotton High School in the District 4 semifinals. Considering they were coming off a 5-5 campaign, Thacker was expecting a three- or four-win season, he said. Instead, they finished 7-4.

“The boys did great,” Thacker said. “They did everything I asked of them, and they did it (at) 100 mph. So, I would say this has been a successful season.”

The complete story is in the Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017 Richmond News.

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