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|Vidalia visits Buckeye Thursday|
Even with its must-win situation, Vidalia High should not need much incentive going into Thursday's contest at Buckeye High School in Deville.
Last year, Buckeye scored four straight touchdowns in the final period to overtake Vidalia 27-20 in a District 2-2A contest at Vidalia Friday.
A win by the Vikings would have given them the co-district championship.
Vidalia coach Dee Faircloth called it the worst loss he ever had.
Buckeye lost several seniors from that squad, but the Vikings are coming off a 28-26 upset loss to Avoyelles in its district opener.
"We are definitely in a must-win situation," said Vidalia assistant coach Gary Paul Parnham. "And the kids should remember last year. We had them on the ropes. Buckeye is not as big as they were last year, but if we don't go in focused, we will get blown off the field. We have to have this game to stay in the race."
The game is being played on Thursday because squirrel season starts in Deville on Saturday.
Buckeye always plays its first game in October on Thursday.
"It just makes you have to rush everything," Parnham said. "You usually have a day to watch films, but you don't have that now. Right now we need to see if we are going to fold the tents are keeping on competing and working hard. I know the coaches are going to continue working to get this turned around."
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