Trojans vs. Scotties, first Spirit Day celebration in Glasgow
GLASGOW, Ky. – On the square, rivals came together to celebrate football season and their first game against each other in some years.
News 40 touched down in the square to catch some of the action and it was buzzing with all kinds of people. Not only was there a crowd, a couple food trucks were in the vicinity as well as a mechanical bull and a dunk tank for unlucky school administration.
Speaking to Barren County High School cheer coach Drew Settle and Barren County Judge-Executive Jamie Byrd, the sisters said they’re excited for Friday and even more excited that community was able to come together in such a neat way.
Settle said as a cheer coach, she works hard to make sure her girls are ready all season to cheer on their home team and that’s her favorite part of the season as well as Byrd. Both come from a cheer family and they say the hype and supporting their own people has to be the best part of football season.