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|Vidalia travels to OCS|
Turnovers were the turning point in Vidalia's season-opening loss to Block last Friday.
The Vikings can rest assured when they go to Monroe on Friday, Ouachita Christian will be just as opportunistic if the Vikings give the ball away.
OCS took advantage of five Mangham turnovers last week to defeat the Dragons 40-31 in their season-opener.
"We've got a lot of young kids, we're starting six freshman and six sophomores, but they work hard and have a lot of grit," said Ouachita Christian head coach Steven Fitzhugh. "It's a fun group to work with."
The Eagles scored 21 points in the first quarter after Magnum started the scoring with a 48-yard run by Montrel Hardeman.
OCS clinched the game with a 25-yard scoring pass from Paul Michael Garner to Colby Webb with 2:30 remaining.
Garner passed for 226 yards and four TDs for the Eagles.
Mangham finished with 318 rushing yards, but only 18 through the air.
"That is really a concern because we knew they were going to run it," Fitzhugh said.
The OCS coach said he knows Vidalia will be hungry for a win.
"They have size and experience and we know it's going to be a challenge," Fitzhugh said.
Fitzhugh said he has 40 players dressed out this season.
"This is only the second time I've had less than 50 players," he said. "And we're not real big, so that is a big concern going into the Vidalia game."
OCS defeated Vidalia 40-14 last season, using a 29-yard TD pass play with 19 seconds remaining in the first half to go into the lockerroom with a 19-14 advantage. The Eagles outscored Vidalia 21-0 in the second half.
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