Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Harlan County junior quarterback Jacob Branson looked for an open receiver as HCHS assistant coach Chad Wood watched during scrimmage action Saturday at South Laurel. Branson completed 47 of 80 passes for 662 yards last season after taking over as the starter, leading the Bears to three straight district wins and a home playoff. Branson and the Bears will be introduced Friday during the Meet the Bears night, beginning at 6 p.m. at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium.


Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Harlan County junior quarterback Jacob Branson looked for an open receiver as HCHS assistant coach Chad Wood watched during scrimmage action Saturday at South Laurel. Branson completed 47 of 80 passes for 662 yards last season after taking over as the starter, leading the Bears to three straight district wins and a home playoff. Branson and the Bears will be introduced Friday during the Meet the Bears night, beginning at 6 p.m. at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium.


Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise

Harlan County junior quarterback Jacob Branson looked for an open receiver as HCHS assistant coach Chad Wood watched during scrimmage action Saturday at South Laurel. Branson completed 47 of 80 passes for 662 yards last season after taking over as the starter, leading the Bears to three straight district wins and a home playoff. Branson and the Bears will be introduced Friday during the Meet the Bears night, beginning at 6 p.m. at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium.

Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise

Harlan County junior quarterback Jacob Branson looked for an open receiver as HCHS assistant coach Chad Wood watched during scrimmage action Saturday at South Laurel. Branson completed 47 of 80 passes for 662 yards last season after taking over as the starter, leading the Bears to three straight district wins and a home playoff. Branson and the Bears will be introduced Friday during the Meet the Bears night, beginning at 6 p.m. at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium.

Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Harlan County junior quarterback Jacob Branson looked for an open receiver as HCHS assistant coach Chad Wood watched during scrimmage action Saturday at South Laurel. Branson completed 47 of 80 passes for 662 yards last season after taking over as the starter, leading the Bears to three straight district wins and a home playoff. Branson and the Bears will be introduced Friday during the Meet the Bears night, beginning at 6 p.m. at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Branson-at-South.jpgKim Henson | Daily Enterprise Harlan County junior quarterback Jacob Branson looked for an open receiver as HCHS assistant coach Chad Wood watched during scrimmage action Saturday at South Laurel. Branson completed 47 of 80 passes for 662 yards last season after taking over as the starter, leading the Bears to three straight district wins and a home playoff. Branson and the Bears will be introduced Friday during the Meet the Bears night, beginning at 6 p.m. at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium.

Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Harlan County junior quarterback Jacob Branson looked for an open receiver as HCHS assistant coach Chad Wood watched during scrimmage action Saturday at South Laurel. Branson completed 47 of 80 passes for 662 yards last season after taking over as the starter, leading the Bears to three straight district wins and a home playoff. Branson and the Bears will be introduced Friday during the Meet the Bears night, beginning at 6 p.m. at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Branson-at-South-bw.jpgKim Henson | Daily Enterprise Harlan County junior quarterback Jacob Branson looked for an open receiver as HCHS assistant coach Chad Wood watched during scrimmage action Saturday at South Laurel. Branson completed 47 of 80 passes for 662 yards last season after taking over as the starter, leading the Bears to three straight district wins and a home playoff. Branson and the Bears will be introduced Friday during the Meet the Bears night, beginning at 6 p.m. at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium.
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