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|Ferriday travels to Jena|
Ferriday High looks to snap a two-game losing streak against a team which defeated one of those teams Friday.
The Trojans visit Jena Friday.
The Giants, who are coached by Vidalia High graduate Bernie Cooley, are 1-1 on the season, defeating Block 27-26 last week.
"We needed that win big-time," Cooley said. "We came out and played as a team."
Block handed Ferriday its first loss of the season before Vidalia made it two straight Friday.
"We're facing another good team," said Ferriday High football coach Freddie Harrison. "We're young and it's a learning process, so we are looking for more improvement this week. But we have a tough challenge."
Jena is led by running back Eric Bowens, who rushed for 225 yards in a loss to Iowa and had more than 200 yards against Block last week.
"Eric is a good little running back with a decent little line in front of him," Cooley said. "He sees the holes well and hits them pretty quick. He's a team guy. He has to have a good night if we are going to be successful against Ferriday."
"He is averaging about 250 yards a game," Harrison said. "He's the man who makes them go."
Ferriday defeated Madison Parish in its opener before losing its last two games.
"All it's going to take is to get that 'W' to get things turned around again," Harrison said. "The thing with young kids is that they know they can do it, but right now they don't know how or when to do it. But we'll be all right. We just need to keep working together."
"Ferriday is fast and athletic," Cooley said. "They played Vidalia and Block down to the wire. They are coming to come after us."
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