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Grenada High School’s Deon Knox (11) returns a kickoff against Kosciusko as teammate Reiv Wood (13) looks to make a block. The Chargers cruised to a 41-7 win over the Whippets. They will be in Ridgeland tonight.

Staff Photo/ Chuck Hathcock

Sports Editor

   Coaches will tell you quickly that the next game is the most important one.
   For the Grenada Chargers, it is an important one, but with a win can find themselves in unchartered waters at 4-0.  A win tonight would have GHS at a point that haven’t been at since 2006.
   “Our focus is Ridgeland,” Coach Ashley Kuhn said. “Starting 4-0 would be a tremendous boost for our program, heading into region play next week.”
   The Chargers face a team that stands 2-1 on the season and is coming off an open date. Ridgeland has beaten Mendenhall (28-26) and Terry (41-33). Their lone loss has come to Clinton (21-14).

   For complete details, read the print edition or subscribe to the online edition of the GrenadaStar.

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