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|Vikings traveling to Avoyelles|
Vidalia High head football coach Dee Faircloth will find out how much pride his football team has when they travel to 1-6 Avoyelles Friday night.
After falling to Buckeye 27-20 Friday night, the Vikings' playoff hopes went from having a good chance to slim.
"It would take a Miracle on 34th Street," Faircloth said. "But we'll find out what we are made of and what kind of character we have on this team. If they have folded the tents or take Avoyelles for granted, it's going to be a long night. We still have a chance to finish 3-2 in district."
Vidalia closes out its season on Thursday, Nov. 6 at home against Bolton.
Avoyelles is 1-6 on the season, but lost to Bunkie 14-7 Friday night. The Mustangs only lost to Bolton by a 19-7 score.
"They have improved the entire year," Faircloth said.
Bunkie scored on the last play of the first half and then hung on to defeat Avoyelles.
With seven minutes left in the game, Avoyelles took over at the Bunkie 44-yard line and used its running game to move the ball down the field.
A four-yard run by Huey Hayes gave the Mustangs a first-and-goal at the six-yard line, but back-to-back unsposrtmanlike conduct and holding penalties pushed the ball back to the 34-yard line.
Avoyelles quarterback L'Darius Duskin then connected on passes of 14 and 15 yards. On fourth and goal from the five, running back Maurice Augustine was dropped for no gain to end the drive.
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