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Friday, September 26, 2014

NKY New Media Mavens "Wager" on HHS vs. Cov Cath

Forget Moeller at St. X.

Tonight the center of the Tri-State High School football universe will be held at David A. Cecil Memorial Stadium. 

That'll be especially true for myself and Editor and Publisher of The River City News, Michael Monks.

Editor and Publisher, River City News, Michael Monks 

The Covington Catholic Colonels (3-1) take on the Highlands Bluebirds (4-0) in front of what will undoubtedly be the biggest crowd of the year in Fort Thomas. If you're not a football fan, the box score will likely still be a point of interest when you're having your coffee tomorrow morning.

In what will hopefully become tradition, Monks and I will be "wagering" on the game tonight. If the Birds win, he will be sporting some HHS swag from a #FTMFamily member business.

If the Colonels win, I will be donning some Cov Cath gear from one of RCN's advertisers', Flow - A Shop for Men.  The results will be spread all over the Internets in Northern Kentucky soon after. Photos don't die on the Internet, which means the fallout from this game should live well past from when the smoke clears Death Valley.

Or at least until they face each other again in the playoffs. Pat Lafleur may need to act as intermediary.

Be sure to follow Fort Thomas Matters (Facebook & Twitter) as well as The River City News (Facebook & Twitter) to see the results.

Read both of our coverage of the game here:
(RCN: Friday Night Battle Cov Cath vs. Highlands) 
(FTM: 12 Straight Against Cov Cath?)

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