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|Huntington hosts Tallulah|
It's only the second week of September, but Huntington hosts Tallulah Friday in a game with big playoff implications.
The contest is the District 6A opener for both teams.
"This is a game we really need to win," said Huntington coach Chad Harkins, whose team has posted a win over Claiborne Academy, while dropping games to Central Private and Centreville. "If we lose this game we will put ourselves in the position of having to beat Briarfield and Trinity."
Tallulah led Glenbrook 6-0 at half last week before falling 18-12.
"They play extremely hard,"Harkins said. "They don't do anything fancy, they just play hard for four quarters. We can't afford a letdown like we have had all year."
Holding a 6-0 lead, Tallulah was driving inside the Apaches' 30-yard line when Trojan quarterback Jes Shivers was stripped of the ball and Apache defensive back Chandler Singleton picked it up and ran 73 yards for the touchdown to tied the game.
Tallulah came back on the very next possession, driving 57 yards in nine plays to score the go ahead touchdown.
But Glenbrook would score the final two touchdowns of the game.
"This is going to be a big challenge for our young linemen, but we need a good effort," Harkins said.
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