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WHS still reveling from win PDF Print
Monday, 05 November 2007 19:00

After Friday’s game, Watauga High School is the number one seed in the west.

It’s a big deal- not just to the high school, but also to the community, head football coach Adrian Snow says.


"It's unbelievable. It's an honor for our kids, our community, our school," Snow says.


It’s been a historical football season for the Pioneers.


"To do something you haven't done since 1981, it's just amazing. It's the first conference championship we've won in football at the 4A level, so I'm just proud of the kids," Snow says.


The Pioneers face 16th seed Alexander Central next- and Snow admits he’s intimidated.


"We've beaten them already this year, but it's tough to beat a good team twice," Snow says.


The game’s on Friday- and Snow hopes to see you there.


"It will be a big chore for us Friday night so we'll need a lot of people here helping us out," he says.


Expect Aisling’s own Mike Kelly to have all the details.
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