Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 11:53 pm (Updated: October 25, 12:03 am)
There are many different types of games.
Subsequently, there are many different ways to win games.
Chiefland showed it knew another way to win with a victory in the first half of its back-to-back match-ups with its archrivals. Heading into Friday’s game at Dixie County, the Indians are going to be tested in another, more challenging way.
The Indians have won in “upsets” (Lecanto), evenly-matched teams (Hilliard), teams they should beat (Crescent City and P.K. Yonge). Last week’s game against Williston provided another twist.
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