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After four straight trips to the Class 5A State Championship game, four straight Semi-State Championships and four straight Regional Championships – the Pulaski County High School season ended in November instead of it’s usual December game at Western Kentucky University’s Houchens Industries – L.T. Smith Stadium.

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SHELBYVILLE – In rainy and cold conditions, Pulaski County ended their regular season with a 17-6 loss to Martha Layne Collins High school.

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Southwestern’s last trip to PC Field was a miserable one. In that 2015 meeting at Pulaski County, the home standing Maroons defeated the visiting Warriors by a score of 52-6.

On Friday evening, the Warriors’ trip to PC Field was much better, as they took down Pulaski County, 54-20, to claim the Class 5A District 7 championship trophy.

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Pulaski County had won nine of the previous 12 meetings against Southwestern coming into Friday night, including last season’s 41-27 win over the Warriors in the regional championship game, but the blue and orange had the answers and then some last night at PC Field, downing Pulaski County 54-20 to win the district title for the third time in Larry French’s tenure at Southwestern.

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For the second straight week, Pulaski County’s Wiley Cain threw for over 300 yards on Friday night.

For the second consecutive week, the Maroons picked up a district win, moving to 2-0 in league play.

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Fresh off a 41-20 win last week at Lincoln County, the Pulaski County Maroons return home to the friendly confines of PC Field tonight, hoping to move to 2-0 in district play while evening their season record to 4-4 on the year, as Johnny Hines and crew will square off against the 3-4 South Laurel Cardinals.

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STANFORD – “This might be the best game we’ve played all year,” said Pulaski County head coach Johnny Hines following the 41-20 victory over Lincoln County in Stanford Friday night. “…You have to give credit all these guys and how hard they’ve worked and we have to continue to build on that.”

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