Meet the Bears


Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.


Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.


Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.


Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.


Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise

Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.

Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise

Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.

Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise

Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.

Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise

Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.

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Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_KH-Simmons-at-scrimmage.jpgKim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.

Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_KH-HCHS-dance.jpgKim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.

Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_HC-Green-at-alumni-game.jpgKim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.

Kim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Coker-vs-Mickens.jpgKim Henson | Daily Enterprise Hundreds of Harlan County students were the center of attention on Friday in the Meet the Bears program at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium as the county’s grade school football teams were introduced, along the Harlan County High School dance team, soccer team, cross country teams, volleyball team and cheerleaders. The HCHS football team was also introduced and the team went through several drills and then scrimmaged. Chase Coker (above) picked up yardage as Quintin Mickens moved in for a tackle in scrimmage action. Tyrese Simmons (below left) brought down a Harlan County running back in other action. An alumni game was held before the current Bears scrimmage, and former standout Harlan County quarterback T.J. Green (below) broke free for a big gain. Sophomore linebacker Garry Henson (bottom) brought down quarterback Colby Cochran. The HCHS dance team opened the festivities with a performance.
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