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|Ferriday takes on Natchez|
Ferriday High travels to Natchez Friday night to take on the 6A Bulldogs.
Natchez has beaten Jefferson County and Wilkinson County this season, while the Trojans are playing their first game.
"I was hoping we could get some game film, but they didn't want to exchange," said Ferriday coach Chad Harkins. "They have some good players, led by their quarterback (Javon Washington). We're just going to go out and do our best to give them a battle. The main thing we want to do is improve from last week (Vidalia Jamboree) and get ourselves in better playing shape."
Natchez defeated Ferriday 12-6 last year at Melz Field in the first football contest between Natchez High and Ferriday High.
"Ferriday has great team speed and some playmakers," said Natchez coach Lance Reed. "They are a very dangerous team. We still have some things to work on. We're just trying to get better and work on some of the things that were exposed in our first two games. We're expecting another great game with them."
Ferriday scored first last year after Rodney Lawson threw the ball up in the air from the Bulldog 19 and Scott went up over Natchez's Jeremy Davis at the 10-yard line, came down with the ball and jogged into the end zone for the first score of the game.
The conversion failed to give Ferriday at 6-0 halftime advantage.
Natchez scored in the second half as with 4:30 remaining, Washington found Santorius Pollard on a 22-yard scoring play.
The winning score came early in the fourth quarter as running back Joel Davis went in from two yards out.
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