For the fourth time in 14 months, Hallsville and Centralia meet at Miller Field. Hallsville looks to avenge a 65-36 loss to Centralia in Week 2 Friday night in the Class 3, District 4, quarterfinals. Hallsville is 4-5, having lost four straight. Indians coach Justin Conyers…
Centralia looks to avenge last year’s 22-8 Class 2, District 7, semifinal loss. Coach Tyler Forsee says Hallsville is a tough task.
The Panthers are 8-1, following a 42-nothing win over Macon last week. In Week 2, Centralia ran the ball more than 51 times for 403 yards and nine touchdowns. Forsee wishes for more of the same tonight.
Conyers says his defense has to finish tackles, which has been a problem.
The winner will visit Moberly or host Macon in next week’s semifinals. J.B. Connoley will have the broadcast on Glory 97.3 and centralmoinfo.com.