It's what happens after the final horn. There is a winner and a loser. The two come together for a postgame handshake. It is a sign of sportsmanship, a way for the defeated to congratulate the victor and for the triumphant to console their opponent.
In a directive from the KHSAA schools in the Bluegrass State are discouraged from participating in the practice.
"I've heard about it, I do it, that's for our administration to decide. My job is to coach, if they tell me to go to the locker room after the game I do it, if they tell me to shake hands I do it," Trinity head football coach Bob Beatty said.
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