Patrick Strohecker, 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
York High football coach Russ Stoner has seen the forecast for Friday night, Nov. 10, and he’s got a problem on his hands.
It’s supposed to be cold. Much colder than it’s been on any Friday night for the past 10 weeks.
With temperatures expected to dip below freezing by the time the Bearcats kick off, Stoner knows his players are going to need hand warmers during the game. The only problem is that the York High football program doesn’t have any. So, he’s had less than a week to find enough cold-weather gear to keep his players’ hands from getting numb during the game.
It’s a problem, but a good problem.
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