Black Bears’ frosh triumph over Bobcats


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The Harlan County freshman team evened its record at 1-1-1 with a 36-19 win Monday at Bell County.

Freshman lineman Jordan Howard set up the first HCHS touchdown when he recovered a fumble to end Bell’s opening drive.

Tyler Casolari went in from the 10 and Jacob Howard followed with a two-point converson to put the Bears up 8-0.

Bell cut the deficit to 8-6, but the Bears made a stop on the two-point conversion attempt.

Casolari went into the end one again later in the first quarter, this time on a 35-yard run. Casolari also added the two-point conversion for a 16-6 Harlan County lead.

Jacob Howard and Casolari each picked up first downs as the Bears drove for another score in the third quarter, a drive capped by Casolari’s 15-yard run.

Bell answered with a 50-yard touchdown run to cut the deficit to 22-12.

The Bears scored through the air in the final minute of the half. Jay Harris threw to Jacob Bailey, who broke several tackles in a 40-yard touchdown play. Jacob Howard added the two-point conversion for a 30-12 halftime lead.

Harlan County scored its final touchdown near the end of the third quarter on a 10-yard run by Casolari.

Bell County added a late touchdown and extra point.

Harlan County returns to action Thursday at Whitley County.

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