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BCHS Warriors set to defend Chief Roaring Eagle challenge trophy

It’s happening Friday night under the lights in Dunlap. The Bledsoe County High School vs. Sequatchie County High School rivalry football game and bragging rights to the Chief Roaring Eagle challenge trophy sponsored by First Farmers and Commercial Bank (FFCB) will take place on the football field. BCHS’s senior players set to lead their teammates to defend their winning rivalry title are (kneeling, left to right) Andrew DeBord, Jacob Hale, Nathan Sandell, Sam Agee; (standing) Isaac DeBord, Stephen Burns, Coach Dewayne Tabor, CEO/President Terry Eastwood and Senior Vice President Wade Dodson with FFCB, Jace Rains, and Caleb Smith.

Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. at Sequatchie County High School in Dunlap. The challenge trophy will be presented to the winning team after the game.

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