Four Calhoun County players and two Whale Branch players go up for a pass near the end zone during the closing seconds of the first half Friday night in Seabrook. Nobody caught the pass. The host Warriors gave up 16 points in the second half but still managed an improbable 54-50 come-from-behind win, thanks in large part to Joseph Hicks, who scored touchdowns all four times he touched the ball in the fourth quarter. For complete coverage, see our Sports section. Photo by Bob Sofaly.
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