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Forest (Ocala) at Gainesville | Football


Date: Fri 09/30/2016, 7 p.m. (PREGAME COVERAGE)
Title: HS Football – Forest (Ocala) at Gainesville

Event Details: This ia a Marion County vs. Alachua County showdown in Class 6A-District 5 from Citizen’s Field in Gainesville. The game will also air on FM-100.1 & AM-900 in Ocala and FM 104.9 & AM-1230 in Gainesville.  Click on the link below to listen to the archived broadcast.

wygc_logo 104.9Broadcast Team 1 | Mike Ridaught (Play-by-play)

Gainesville Sun preview:

OCALA FOREST (4-0, 1-0 District 5-6A) AT GAINESVILLE (2-2, 1-0)

Last week: Gainesville def. 5A North Marion 22-21; Forest def. 5A Eastside 20-18

Preview: Critical game for likely a playoff berth. Both teams have games at No. 3 Vanguard upcoming (GHS on Oct. 14; Forest on Oct. 28), in which tonight’s winner would probably play the Knights for the district title. The visiting Wildcats are led by junior kicker Connor Davis (son of former Gator kicker Judd Davis), who has a team-leading 41 points, hitting on 10 of 10 field goals, with a long of 43 yards, and 11 of 11 on extra points. He ranks second in the nation in field goals. Running backs David Bishop and Logan Sims combine for 643 yards and 8 TDs. Junior Willie McKnight ran for 135 of his team’s 233 yards, with a 12-yard TD in last week’s GHS win over North Marion. Sophomore QB Luke Matthews, held out last week for precautionary reasons, could return tonight. Dustin Johnson and Jawan Lee both played in last week’s win and could again if Matthews is held out. Senior linebacker Thomas Kemp shined defensively for the ‘Canes with eight tackles, two for loss, caused two fumbles, and had two fumble recoveries that included a touchdown.

Fox Sports Radio Gainesville and OcalaBroadcast Team 2 | Marty Pallman (Play-by-play) and George Koziara (Color)

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