By James Cook
The Summers County Bobcats (4-2) come in at No.12 in Class A this week after their loss at Class AA Independence in Raleigh County last Friday night. The Bobcats travel to Meadow Bridge this Friday and must get back on track for a playoff push in 2016.
Meadow Bridge (1-6) has struggled in 2016, but is a regional rival for the Bobcats so they will be up to the challenge and would love to derail the Bobcats come Friday.
The Bobcats must defeat the Wildcats and then will have three straight home games to finish the 2016 regular season and get ready for the playoffs. The Bobcats can still have a good finish to the regular season and land well in a playoff spot in Class A with wins in the final four games.
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