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November 8, 2012

H.S. FOOTBALL PICKS: Titans will get the Pirate treatment in the regional


CHARLESTOWN — • Joseph Adams, Sports Correspondent: “Charlestown has dominated every team on their schedule this season, and I don’t see this week any differently. Even though this isn’t an opponent Charlestown knows much about, just like the rest of the teams, Gibson Southern doesn’t match up well with Charlestown. In the past two weeks, Gibson Southern has gone into overtime to move on to the next round, where Charlestown’s starters were out by halftime. For Gibson Southern to have a chance, senior quarterback Jordan Scheller will need to pick apart Charlestown’s secondary and also find holes to run through. It also doesn’t help Gibson Southern to have to travel to Charlestown,  where the Pirates have only given up a total of 30 points all season to their opponents.” PREDICTION: Charlestown 42, Gibson Southern 12.

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