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St. Luke's Voted As GAME OF THE WEEK

September 5, 2014
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AL.com readers choose Sweet Water at St. Luke's as Coastal Alabama Game of the Week

 
AL.com readers choose Sweet Water at St. Luke's as Coastal Alabama Game of the Week
John Beverly and St. Luke's will host Sweet Water in a key Class 2A, Region 1 matchup on Friday night. (Mike Brantley | mbrantley@al.com0
By Ben Thomas | bthomas@al.com
on September 02, 2014 7:17 a.m.

 

MOBILE, Alabama -- AL.com readers votedSweet Water at St. Luke's as the Coastal Alabama Game of the Week for Sept. 5.

The Wildcats (1-0) will host the Bulldogs (0-1) on Friday at West Mobile Park in the Class 2A, Region 1 opener for both teams.

It will be the first Class 2A game for St. Luke's since the school made the jump from Class 1A in the off-season. The Wildcats opened the season with a 35-6 win at McIntosh.

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Sweet Water lost its opener at Thomasville 24-6 in its opener two weeks ago. That marked the debut as Pat Thompson as head coach of the Bulldogs.

The 2A clash took the early lead in the Game of the Week voting when the poll opened Saturday and then pulled away. Fairhope vs. McGill-Toolen was second and Spanish Fort vs. Davidson third.

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The Sweet Water and St. Luke's game will be featured on the cover of this week's Football High GameDay edition and again in the weekend editions of the paper.

AL.com online polls reflect the views of readers who choose to participate and are not the kind of scientific sampling of opinion used to predict the views of the public as a whole.

What should be the Coastal Alabama Game of the Week on Sept. 5? (Poll Closed)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total Votes: 1,568

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