Raceland football team received Thanksgiving breakfast ahead of semi-final

Raceland football team received Thanksgiving breakfast ahead of semi-final
Raceland football team received Thanksgiving breakfast ahead of semi-final

Raceland, Ky. (WSAZ) – The last place most high school students would want to be on Thanksgiving is at school, but the teams that fought to keep their seasons alive well into the playoffs were grateful to pass. part of the vacation on campus together.

Before their last practice before their Friday night semifinal against Holy Cross in Louisville, the Raceland Rams had a special Thanksgiving meal at their school.

Heather Newman, the mother of one of the elders, helped prepare breakfast in the school kitchen.

“Everyone is super pumped,” she said. “Nobody slept. I was making noise late last night.

When asked if he was worried the hearty breakfast would make him too full for turkey later in the day, Raceland senior defensive tackle and center Drew Burke said, “I can eat a lot, so not really. I just keep eating until I probably fall asleep.

Community members were proud to stock up on their beloved Rams, one step away from booking a trip to Kroger Field in Lexington.

“The goal is to go as far as possible,” said senior defensive end and offensive tackle Clay Coldiron. “Every year you can train at Thanksgiving, it’s just a blessing. It means it’s been a good year, but it’s not over yet.

The Rams are trying to win their first-ever state football championship.

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