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Gilmer vs. Chapel Hill Preview

From Staff Reports
Oct. 4, 2012 at 9 a.m.


<strong>Chapel Hill (1-4, 0-1) vs. Gilmer (4-1, 1-0)</strong>

<em>7:30 p.m. Friday, Buckeye Stadium, Gilmer</em>

<strong>Coaches</strong>

<strong>Gilmer</strong>: Jeff Traylor

<strong>Chapel Hill</strong>: Thomas Sitton

<strong>Last week</strong>: Gilmer 21, Gladewater 13; Henderson 24, Chapel Hill 6

<strong>Up next</strong>: Gilmer vs. Henderson (Oct. 13 at Lobo Stadium, Longview); Spring Hill at Chapel Hill

<strong>Keep an eye on</strong>

<strong>Gilmer</strong>: QB Tanner Barr (95 of 163, 1,120 yards, 9 TDs, 6 Ints; 44 carries, 221 yards) ... RB Kris Boyd (43 carries, 298 yards, 4 TDs) ... Chase Tate (27 catches, 225 yards, 1 TD) ... WR Tray Washington (21 catches, 231 yards, 2 TDs) ... Josh Walker (10 catches, 120 yards, 2 TDs; 31 tackles, 1 sack) ... Brandon Barnes (42 tackles) ... Demarco Boyd (27 tackles, 5 sacks) ... Justus Cheatham (3 interceptions) ... Xavier Fluellen (35 tackles, 4 sacks) ... Harrison Foster (22 tackles, 3 sacks) ... John McPhearson (46 tackles) ... C.J. Williams (29 tackles).

<strong>Chapel Hill</strong>: QB Andrew Black (28 of 78, 433 yards, 6 TDs, 6 Ints.; 40 carries, 233 yards) ... Joseph Clark (52 carries, 374 yards, 2 touchdowns).

<strong>Did you know</strong>: Gilmer has passed for 1,120 yards and 9 touchdowns and rushed for 1,009 yards and 10 scores this season ... Traylor has a 138-23 record at Gilmer, and Sitton is 34-11 at Chapel Hill ... Gilmer's win last week ran the Buckeyes' winning streak in district openers to 12 in a row ... The Buckeyes are 55-4 in district games under Traylor ... The Buckeyes have scored in 140 consecutive games. The last shutout came in 2001 at Lobo Stadium, a 10-0 loss to Pleasant Grove ... Black passed for 1,616 yards and rushed for 747 last season as the starting quarterback at Jacksonville ... Chapel Hill went 28-2 in 2010-2011, reaching the Division I state championship game both seasons. (Some information provided by Gilmer historian Joe Dodd).

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