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The Rivalry Game

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Names line the wall of the weight room, which pays tribute to the record leaders. The most famous name on the record board is that of Terence Newman. Newman now plays in the NFL for Minnesota Vikings.

Names line the wall of the weight room, which pays tribute to the record leaders. The most famous name on the record board is that of Terence Newman. Newman now plays in the NFL for Minnesota Vikings.

Names line the wall of the weight room, which pays tribute to the record leaders. The most famous name on the record board is that of Terence Newman. Newman now plays in the NFL for Minnesota Vikings.

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As many people know, the big rivalry between South and Central was this past Tuesday. People look forward to these games because they get to come out and support their favorite teams.

The basketball game was a priority for the coaches and players. Coach Doug Finch, head of the boy’s team, explains the importance of it.

“We are protecting our seeding for sub-state, which is important to keep the number one seed… we win that game we win the AVLC championship,” Finch said.

The pressure of winning the big rivalry game was not the only thing riding on the team’s shoulders.

To sophomore Harper Williams, the team motivation is to do their absolute best and win.

“My goal is to do my job. Whatever is needed, I will step up and do it,” Williams explained.

The boy’s game was a good game to watch and a great opportunity to support the mustangs. The girls have also had a pretty good season so far and hope to continue that.

“In rivalry games the records don’t really matter, but I think that we are going to play as hard as we have all season and we are going to do anything we can to get another victory”, said head coach Chris Fear of girl’s basketball.

For senior Bayleigh Petty, this was her last high school game against South. This game was very bitter-sweet.

“I don’t really believe it. It doesn’t feel like my senior year. [I] didn’t think it would come to this last game at the Bi- Center. But I love my seniors and I love playing with them and I’m excited to go out and get it done,” Petty said, before the game.

Overall, the games were interesting to watch!

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