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West Oktibbeha loses at home

October 26, 2013

MABEN – The season schedule has not been very kind to the West Oktibbeha Timberwolves so far.
Facing Class A, Region 3-leading Pelahatchie on Friday night was no different, as the Chiefs defeated the Wolves 48-12.
“I felt like we competed well early,” West Oktibbeha head coach Danny Crawford said. “We took ourselves out of the game with some penalties and turnovers. (But) Pelahatchie is a good football team and they’re well-coached.”

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