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Metter Looks to Clinch Playoff Spot on WSAV Thursday Night Blitz Game of the Week

It's a simple scenario... WIN AND THEIR IN.  The Metter Tigers looking to clinch a spot in the GHSA playoffs for the first time since 2003.  The Tigers will play at Long County on the WSAV Thursday Night Blitz Game of the Week.

 

CLICK ON THE THREE VIDEO LINKS TO HEAR FROM METTER HEAD COACH MIKE WEST AND LONG COUNTY HEAD COACH RON FLOTT.

 

Metter is 5-3 in the Region 2-AA, 6-3 overall.  The Tigers are led by Justin Parrish who's rushed for more than 1,000 yards and scored 11 touchdowns.

As for the Long County Blue Tide, they check in with a 2-7 record with a freshman and three sophomores starting in the backfield.  This rebuilding season is showing signs that the future is bright in Ludowici.

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