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Georgetown College football finished the 2016 spring season with the 119th annual Orange & Black Scrimmage. Black made several plays late that helped them pull off the 18-7 win, sealed by a quarterback scramble in the final 1:30 of the game. Black now leads the series 60-59.
"We had a nice crowd and gave our fans one more look at us this season," said GC coach Bill Cronin. "This is a rewarding night for the players for all their effort through weights, conditioning and drills."
Black got the scoring going early in the second quarter when Clay McKee hit Ross Cox for a long touchdown strike. On the ensuing drive, Ozzie Mann found Alan Williams for the score and Josh Depp hit the extra point for a 7-6 advantage.
Georgetown College football spring practice culminates in the annual Orange & Black Scrimmage 7 pm Thursday. The Tigers have been hitting the weights hard all winter and lacing it up on the field this spring for this final showdown.
Come catch a glimpse of your 2016 football Tigers and hear about the exciting freshmen class.
Georgetown College football will be hosting its annual golf scramble Friday, May 13 at Cherry Blossom Golf Course in Georgetown.
The day starts 9 am with checking, coffee and doughnuts. Tee it up around 9:20 am with box lunches served on the course between 11-11:30 am. Day will roughly end around 1:30 pm as all the golfers and scores are in for prizes to be awarded. Pizza will be available post round and auction items may be bid on until the prize presentation begins.
Create a team of four and pay $500 for the day or sign up individually for $125. Along with food all day, the price includes – a Tiger football golf shirt and sleeve of golf balls.
Georgetown College's football team earned its 19th Mid-South Conference regular season title this past fall and begins workouts and spring drills soon. The preparation now will be the building blocks for the fall and the 2016 schedule, which includes six home games.
It all kicks off under the lights for a rare Thursday evening game. The Tigers lace up and start the season with a 7 pm game with Cumberland University.
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- The Mid-South Conference and The Sun Conference are merging to form the largest football conference in college sports.
Conference officials announced Thursday that beginning with the 2017 season, the Mid-South Conference will include 20 teams which will compete in three divisions. The new, expanded football conference will allow three teams to earn an automatic bid to the NAIA Football Championship Series.
"I could not be more excited about the expansion to create the largest football conference in the country. This opportunity to promote student athletes who are learning how to be Champions of Character and the importance of values based education is important to each school in the Mid-South Conference," shared Dr. Michael Carter, president of Campbellsville University and chair of the Mid-South Conference board of directors.
The new conference will include the Mid-South Conference's 13 members: Bethel (Tenn.), Bluefield (Va.), Campbellsville (Ky.), Cincinnati Christian (Ohio), Cumberland (Tenn.), Cumberlands (Ky.), Faulkner (Ala.), Georgetown (Ky.), Kentucky Christian, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.), Pikeville (Ky.), Reinhardt (Ga.), and Union (Ky.).