VALDOSTA — In the aftermath of a record-setting defeat at the hands of Lowndes in the Winnersville Classic last week, one thing was cleat to Valdosta High head coach Alan Rodemaker: his team isn’t ready for a title defense.The Wildcats (0-1) lost 45-0 against the Vikings a year after a 38-13 victory propelled the team to their first state championship in 18 years.Friday’s loss is not one Valdosta will soon forget.“Everybody says, ‘Hey, make sure losing that one game doesn’t turn into two.’...
VALDOSTA — Coming off a season to remember, Valdosta’s first game as reigning Class 6A champions was one to forget.The Wildcats entered their showdown against the Vikings with three straight victories in the series, and they exited Martin Stadium Friday with the most lopsided loss in Winnersville history 45-0.Prior to the game, Valdosta head coach Alan Rodemaker spoke about three keys to the game for his team: establish the run, protect the ball, win special teams.
Friday’s Winnersville Classic will feature a matchup between a pair of top 5 teams from the two highest classifications in the state.The Georgia Sports Writers Association released its preseason football poll and it has Valdosta and Lowndes at No. 1 and No. 5 in their respective classifications.The Wildcats and Vikings will kickoff the Winnersville Classic from Martin Stadium at 8 p.m. Friday.With 98 total points, Valdosta retains the No.
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