GALLATIN--Getting out to a quick start was something that Station Camp head coach Shaun Hollinsworth emphasized to his Bison throughout the week of practice.
On homecoming night, the Bison implemented that game plan to perfection and rode the early start to a dominating win over Hunters Lane, 42-0.
If there was ever a week for the Green Wave to bounce back from a lack-luster performance it would be Friday night. As the Wave play host to Glencliff this week, Gallatin celebrates its football homecoming and will attempt to put a big loss to Henry County in their rear view mirror.
Station Camp rests at 0-4 on the season with the losses coming by a combined 10 points. The Bison have been in every single game with a chance to win down the stretch.
It is not often that the Pope John Paul II Knights (1-3) enter a Friday night contest with the same overall record as the Ensworth Tigers. However, with only one win under their belt so far, the Tigers will travel to JPII on Friday night and one team is going to get their second victory.
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