Aggies adapt

HAPPY TO be practicing on his home field, Norborne Hardin-Central quarterback Kysor Hughes watches the snap from center fly into his hands during the Aggies’ summer vacation training camp session Monday at Hardin-Central.

HARDIN – The flooding around Hardin and Norborne forced the Norborne Hardin-Central co-op 8-man football program to make a location change for this week’s varsity camp.

Originally scheduled for Norborne, Aggies coach Kirk Thacker explained the reason the five-day camp had to move via text message Monday. 

Changing locations proved easy, thanks to Remind, an app all the Aggies have on their mobile phones, Thacker said.

“I sent it out last night and said, ‘We’re going to switch it over to here,’” he said. “I told the Norborne boys, if they needed to stay and couldn’t get here or needed to sandbag, that they could – they could be excused. And they found a way to get here, most of them. And then, the Hardin boys were more than happy (to switch).”

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