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Sports : Milan Football/Softball Updates For Thursday, 9/12/13
Posted by Tom on 2013/9/12 13:30:00 (267 reads) News by the same author

The Milan Lady Wildcats hit the road for a 5 o'clock Tri-Rivers Conference test at Knox County tonight (Thursday night), with the Milan football team playing at Slater on Friday night.

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The Lady 'Cats, despite playing solidly on Saturday, failed to find the win column in the Putnam County Varsity Tournament. On Monday, the Lady 'Cats host Princeton at 5 o'clock, with coverage hitting the air at 4:50 on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com, as Tom Johnson brings you the play-by-play:

Here is the weekly interview with Tom and Milan softball coach Nate Dodson, airing Thursday night just past 5:30 on KTTN-FM:

Click here to listen to the "Nate Dodson Show" (Milan softball)

The Milan Wildcats are 2-0 on the football season, having beat Albany 48-26 on the road last week on KTTN-FM. On Friday night, the 'Cats travel to Slater, to play an 0-2 Wildcat team that is very explosive offensively, but struggles defensively, having lost back-to-back high-scoring affairs to Santa Fe and Windsor.

Here is the weekly Thursday interview with MHS football coach John Dabney!

Click here to listen to the "John Dabney Show" (Milan football)

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