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|Vidalia visits Block|
Vidalia High looks to get a win on the field this Friday as the Vikings open their season at Block High Friday in Jonesville.
Kickoff is 7 p.m.
The Bears defeated the Vikings 35-0 in the season-opener last year, seemingly winning only their second game over Vidalia since 1985. But the Bears had to forfeit the game later because of use of an ineligible player.
"Block has a lot of team speed," said Vidalia coach Gary Paul Parnham. "They run the double wing and our defense is going to have its work cut out for us. We are going to have to be tough in the trenches. That's where the game is going to be won or lost."
Parnham said his offensive line needs to step up this week after falling to Ferriday 17-14 in the Vidalia Jamboree last week.
"That's the big key," he said. "It's going to be whichever team can grind it out the best."
Block defeated Delhi Charter 20-13 in the Vidalia Jamboree last week.
"Vidalia seemed more confident and playing with more energy," said Block coach Benny Vault. "They have some good skilled players and a couple of big guys inside who are going to be hard for us to block."
Vault said his team has not talked about having to forfeit last year's game.
"These guys on this team are a lot more mature and they are positive about everything," Vault said. "They take everything one day and one week at a time. They are just excited to be able to play."
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