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Sports : Milan Wildcats Coaches Shows (Basketball) For 2/6/14
Posted by Tom on 2014/2/6 13:13:14 (428 reads) News by the same author

Nasty weather has brought the Milan Wildcats basketball seasons to a halt, but the action gets going again on Thursday night at "The Pit"!

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After weather postponements have put a wrench into their season series, the Milan Wildcats and Scotland County Tigers will play their first Tri-Rivers Conference games against one another on Thursday night, with the Tigers traveling to Milan for games to be heard on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com. The Wildcats and Lady 'Cats return the favor on Wednesday, February 19th, heading to Memphis for doubleheader action.

On Friday night, the Milan girls and boys continue conference play by traveling to Knox County, with doubleheader coverage on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com. Milan's busy stretch continues on Monday night, with North Mercer visiting MHS. On Tuesday, the Wildcat teams are at Newtown-Harris High School for a pair of games.

Here are the weekly interviews with Coach Jim Cox and Coach Johnnie Wood, airing Thursday night just past 6 o'clock on KTTN!

Click here to listen to the "Jim Cox Show" (Milan Lady 'Cats)

Click here to listen to the "Johnnie Wood Show" (Milan Wildcats)

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