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Much like the 1978 team, the Watauga High football team is making some serious noise in the state playoffs. But the question remains, can the Pioneers (12-1), who have been nearly invincible at home since 2016, march their way to the state finals in two weeks. Well, two huge obstacles stand in their way, and one of those, Mount Tabor, makes it way to Jack Groce Stadium Friday night (coverage begins at 6:30 p.m., on WATA Radio 1450 AM/96.5 FM and goblueridge.net). WHS coach Ryan Habich talks with WATA Radio Sports about Friday night's match up with the Spartans....

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The Watauga High football team is on a roll. The Pioneers (12-1) have won 10 in a row, and they're 28-1 at home, dating back to 2016. But the Pioneers have had their issues with Mount Tabor. The Spartans, who shared a Piedmont-Triad 3A tri-championship with Greensboro Dudley and Winston-Salem Parkland, have beaten WHS three straight times---and all of those wins have come in the state playoffs. But Mount Tabor coach Tiesuan Brown, now in his third season with the program, says WHS will definitely be a handful for his team Friday night at Jack Groce Stadium.

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Listen to a rundown of Tuesday's Watauga High sports recap on GBR....