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Havelock vs New Bern Preview

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

The battle of state champions headlines this weeks matchups on Touchdown Friday. Havelock will head down to New Bern this Friday for the big Craven County rivalry. Of course it's our Touchdown Friday Game of the Week.

The Havelock Rams won the 3A state title last year and beat an underrated Washington team 28 to 6 last week on the road.

Their opponent, the New Bern Bears, are the reigning 4A champs but suffered their first loss in over a year last week.

As much as these programs might respect each other, there is certainly no love lost. Last year the Rams lost to the Bears by one point because of a blocked PAT in the rain.

It's truly our biggest high school game of the regular season.

Interviews with Coach Jim Bob Bryant and Bobby Curlings will be on 9 on Your Side at 6 and 11!

 

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