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East Okttibeha loses at home

October 29, 2011


From Staff Reports

CRAWFORD – The East Oktibbeha Titans dropped a tough 47-6 decision to Nanih Waiya in their last home game of the season Friday night.
The Titans lost their fourth straight game to fall to 4-5 overall and 3-4 in Class A, Region 3.
"Nanih Waiya was a pretty good team, but we really haven't played well the last few games," East Oktibbeha coach Randy Brooks said. "Injuries have just depleted us and we're ending up playing 7th and 8th graders."
Davalyn Bell scored the only touchdown for the Titans on a 1-yard quarterback sneak in the second half.
East Oktibbeha concludes the season next week at Weir.

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