Big Bend Represented Well In Border Wars: Game 2

By: Alyssa Orange Email
By: Alyssa Orange Email

The practice field is painted in red and white, orange and blue, green and gold. During the regular season these high school stars call each other rivals, but on Saturday afternoon, they will come together as teammates.

"A little tension out here, there is a few guys, a little tension but its all good, were trying to play together, trying to be a team." says Wakulla Quarterback Casey Eddinger.

" It's a great experience for our players, I'm really pleased that we have this opportunity, and its great to see the players and their relationships and I think its going to be a great culmination on Saturday." says Taylor County Head Coach Shane Boggs.

Game two of Border Wars will kick off Saturday as Coach Boggs takes his team to Moultrie to play against Colquitt County's Rush Propst and his Georgia Allstars.

"You know South Georgia football, North Florida football, Its incredible, you know everyone around the country knows about the quality of ball that's played around here." adds Boggs.

Both teams are loaded with talent, and it will take a lot of dedication for Florida to bring home the trophy.

"Its going to come down to execution obviously all football games do, but I think we're going to be a lot smarter than them, we are all focused here in practice" says Leon Quarterback Raleigh DeVore.

"We're going to come out and him them and strike them, I don't think they are use to that." adds Lincoln Linebacker Aaron Davis.


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