While many teams opened their high school football seasons on Sept. 11, Danville opted to take a bye week and scrimmage Madison Central. It allowed the Admirals one more week to work on their game. Head Football Coach Clay Clevenger said the wait made his team “giddy” to get the season started. And when Danville did get their season started on Friday against Hazard, they proved they were ready for the task at hand.
Danville racked up 223 rushing yards, their defense swarmed the Hazard running game—holding the Bulldogs to only 10 yards rushing—and didn’t give up their first touchdown until the fourth quarter in a 27-15 win.
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