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|Ferriday visits Madison Parish|
Ferriday High head football coach Freddie Harrison said he does not know what to expect as far as this week's season-opener is concerned, and that includes when or if the game will be played.
"I talked with their coach once and they still do not have lights," Harrison said Wednesday morning. "Hopefully we can get back together and talk about what we need to do, even if it means playing Saturday. You always want to get that first game in, but at the same time, if you are not ready to play you may not need to play."
Ferriday split a pair of games in the Ferriday Jamboree Saturday.
The Trojans lost to Richwood 13-0 in a quarter of play before defeating Peabody 8-0.
Rodney Lawson passed 30 yards to Ken Washington to Ferriday's only score. DeVante Scott ran in the conversion.
"We're getting better, but we still have a long way to go," Harrison said.
Ferriday opened its season with a 53-0 win over Madison Parish last year, but Harrison said the Jaguars will be a much better team this year.
"I know they have two receivers who can roll," Harrison said. "They have a new quarterback who is a gunslinger. They've got a big team and they will be tough."
Harrison said he is looking for more consistency from his team.
"I'm looking for consistent play from everybody," he said. "We're just getting spurts right now."
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