La Cueva has talent and experience for special 2017 season

Scott Hood, Staff Writer
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Three years ago La Cueva went 9-3 and reached the semifinals of the state playoffs before a frustrating four-point loss to Mayfield ended the Bears season.

In terms of wins and losses, the 2014 season represents the high water mark for La Cueva in Brandon Back’s first four season as head coach.

This year’s Bears team, though, could be even better.

The Metro Passing League is arguably circumstantial evidence as to how a team will fare in the upcoming season, but La Cueva’s performance over the eight games at Highland High School was nonetheless impressive.

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