Organizers cancel Tri-County Coaches All-Star football game
Sunday, April 21, 2019 | 11:36 AM
The Foothills Football Classic isn’t the only local football all-star being postponed this season.
The Tri-County Coaches Association game has been canceled because of a lack of interest.
McGuffey football coach and athletic director Ed Dalton said the game is being suspended for one year.
The coaches were having a hard time getting players to commit to play.
Organizers reached out to the Westmoreland County Coaches’ Association to see if they’d be willing to play a game between the associations, but nothing was decided.
The Tri-County Coaches Association draws players from Fayette, Greene and Washington counties.
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