Bell defeats Middlesboro


Photo by Misty Dean Will Dean carries the ball for the Bobcats during their game against Middlesboro on Thursday. He scored one touchdown in Bell County’s 34-14 victory over the Jackets. Other Bobcats who scored during the game included Ryan Stepp and Colby Frazier.


Anthony Cloud | Daily News A Jacket defender tackles Ryan Stepp in the backfield during Thursday’s game. While the game was close going into halftime, Middlesboro could not hold on as they lost 34-14. TJ Patterson and David Kyle were the only two Jackets that scored for Middlesboro.


Photo by Misty Dean

Will Dean carries the ball for the Bobcats during their game against Middlesboro on Thursday. He scored one touchdown in Bell County’s 34-14 victory over the Jackets. Other Bobcats who scored during the game included Ryan Stepp and Colby Frazier.

Anthony Cloud | Daily News

A Jacket defender tackles Ryan Stepp in the backfield during Thursday’s game. While the game was close going into halftime, Middlesboro could not hold on as they lost 34-14. TJ Patterson and David Kyle were the only two Jackets that scored for Middlesboro.

Photo by Misty Dean Will Dean carries the ball for the Bobcats during their game against Middlesboro on Thursday. He scored one touchdown in Bell County’s 34-14 victory over the Jackets. Other Bobcats who scored during the game included Ryan Stepp and Colby Frazier.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Will-Dean.jpgPhoto by Misty Dean Will Dean carries the ball for the Bobcats during their game against Middlesboro on Thursday. He scored one touchdown in Bell County’s 34-14 victory over the Jackets. Other Bobcats who scored during the game included Ryan Stepp and Colby Frazier.

Anthony Cloud | Daily News A Jacket defender tackles Ryan Stepp in the backfield during Thursday’s game. While the game was close going into halftime, Middlesboro could not hold on as they lost 34-14. TJ Patterson and David Kyle were the only two Jackets that scored for Middlesboro.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Jacket-defenders.jpgAnthony Cloud | Daily News A Jacket defender tackles Ryan Stepp in the backfield during Thursday’s game. While the game was close going into halftime, Middlesboro could not hold on as they lost 34-14. TJ Patterson and David Kyle were the only two Jackets that scored for Middlesboro.
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