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With temperatures in the high 20s and wind gusts as high as 28 miles per hour, Friday’s weather favored teams that like to run the ball. For a squad like South Hamilton, it was perfect conditions.

Similar to the first time South Hardin faced the fourth-ranked Hawks, S. Hamilton ran the ball on 52 of their 53 offensive plays and made the Tiger defensive line pay. The Hawks accumulated 223 yards on the ground and ended S. Hardin’s season 42-12.

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