Coin toss goes Longhorns’ way
by John Bednarowski
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November 24, 2013 12:34 AM | 1305 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
For the second time in four years, Kell coach Derek Cook had to get up early the morning after a second-round playoff victory. He had to travel south to meet an opposing coach and determine where a state quarterfinal game would be played.

Saturday, Cook met Warner Robins coach Brian Way in Locust Grove. Cook had the coin, Way called tails and it came up heads.

Kell (12-0) will host the Demons (11-1) on Friday.

Warner Robins defeated Richmond Hill 42-28 to reach the quarterfinals.

In the early stages of game preperation, Cook said he has a feel for what the Demons will be like, and it may be a defensive game.

“It’s like looking in a mirror,” he said. “They are a lot like us.”

In 2010, Cook met the coaches from Statesboro in Macon. Cook called the toss, called tails, and won.

This year, Cook and the Longhorns will hope for a better outcome. Statesboro beat Kell 17-7.

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