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|Ferriday hosts Wossman|
Not many coaches of Class 2A school would schedule a Class 4A school for Homecoming. Especially one with the tradition of Wossman.
But Ferriday coach Freddie Harrison has never been one to schedule a cupcake for Homecoming.
"Playing a soft schedule does not get you ready for district play," Harrison said. "We want to be ready to rock."
Wossman beat Madison 64-0 in its opener before losing to Carroll 23-12 the following week. The Wildcats had an open date last week.
"They have a big back in Herdurius Scott (6-4, 250) who is a load," Harrison said. "He's a real good football player who runs hard. They have a change of pace in the backfield with another back who has a lot of speed."
Harrison will be looking for less mistakes this week after his team totaled almost 200 yards in penalties last week against Vidalia.
We have to make sure we put everything together," Harrison said. "We want to continue improving. The good thing about the Vidalia team is that we learned to play from behind and to hold a lead."
Ferriday, 2-1, finished 5-6 last year.
"We parcticed hard all summer and these kids have grown up a lot from last year," Harrison said. "They've come a long way."
The Trojans will be without lineman Gerad Webster, who injured his knee against Vidalia.
"It's time for somebody else to step up," Harrison said. "It's time for a young pup who has been hungry to step in and show what he's got. They have worked just as hard as anybody. We hate to lose anyone to an injury, but this gives someone else a chance to come in and get some playing time and will help us down the road by adding depth and will help over the next couple of years in continuing to have a solid program."
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