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|Vidalia hosts Ferriday|
Vidalia High snapped Ferriday's three-game winning streak in the Battle for Concordia Parish in Ferriday last year, winning 24-20 on Melz Field.
Ferriday, 1-1, is coming off a big 20-6 win over Block, while Vidalia fell to Ouachita Christian 53-0 after being shut out by Block, 35-0.
But those numbers don't mean a thing when it comes to Ferriday-Vidalia, said Ferriday High head coach Freddie Harrison.
"You can throw it all out the window, it's going to be a dogfight," Harrison said. "They are a hungry team right now and they are going to throw everything and the kitchen sink at us."
Ferriday leads the series 24-15-1.
Ferriday won 7-of-10 times in the 1990s, while the Trojans have won 5-of-9 so far this decade.
"We expect the best game out of Ferriday all year," said Vidalia coach Dee Faircloth. "Those horns (helmet logo) seem to bring out the best of everybody."
Faircloth said he is hoping for better play on both sides of the ball.
"We've got to find people who can block and tackle," he said. "We need people who can make plays."
Harrison said he wants to see his team set the tone early in every game they play.
"You want to let the other team know you are going to be around for four quarters," he said. "We have to stay focused and concentrate on getting better each week. We have to take care of what we do."
Ferriday has turned the ball over five times this season, while forcing five turnovers.
"We're giving it away too much," Harrison said. "We get the ball and then give it right back to people. We have to do a better job of capitalizing on other people's mistakes."
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