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|Vidalia hosts Bolton|
After dropping its first District 3-3A contest, Vidalia High head football coach Dee Faircloth knows every game is a playoff game for the Vikings.
Vidalia hosts Bolton Friday, hoping to keep pace with league-leading Avoyelles and Bunkie, both 2-0 in district.
Vidalia is 1-1 in district play.
"This is the most important game of the year so far," Faircloth said.
Bolton was shut out in four of its first five games before blanking Jena 31-0 last week.
"That was big for our confidence," said Bolton had coach Reynolds Moore. "It was nice being on the other end of that for a change."
"They have some good athletes, their quarterback does a good job and a good running back who runs behind some big linemen," Faircloth said. "They hurt themselves with penalties and turnovers, which we can relate to. We have to come out focused and play fundamental football."
Bear junior linebacker Antonio Calhoun made his first start at tailback for the Bears against Jena, rushing eight times for 80 yards, including a 58-yard touchdown for Bolton's first score.Calhoun returned a fumble 80 yards for another touchdown.
Calhoun was replacing Tramaine Smith, who suffered a broken hand.
The Bears passed just three times, and Trey Dorsey was 2-for-2 with a 12-yard touchdown pass to a wide open Chris Hattaway.
"We still feel like we have a good north-south runner on the team," Moore said. "But Vidalia is real big up front, so I don't know if we will be able to run with success up the middle. It's going to come down to not making mistakes and keeping them from hitting the big play on us."
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