TRENTON –The Chiefland High football team went into last Friday night's non-district game at Trenton needing a victory to finish the season at .500.
The host Tigers were looking for a win to build momentum heading into this Friday's regional playoff game at Port St. Joe.
Adding zest to the affair was the fact that a big crowd was there to take in the contest between the two rivals separated by 10 miles of timber, farm and ranch land.
The fans got their money's worth, as the two neighboring schools put it all on the line for bragging rights.
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