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Chelsea set to play Carver High

Sam Hairston, Buzz Sports Reporter

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Upcoming on Thursday, September 6 the Chelsea Hornets will be competing against the Carver Rams. They will be playing at Carver High School at 7 p.m.

So far for the season, the Hornets are 0-1 while the Rams are 1-0. The Hornets had a devastating loss against their biggest rival the Briarwood Lions, losing 19-6. Carver High clutched a win in overtime against Fairfield High, beating them 18-12.

The away game disadvantage will make it hard for the Hornets to get the win. But a win in this game should be able to show our real potential for the season. So let’s hope our Hornets clutch the victory.

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Sam Hairston, Buzz News Reporter

Sam Hairston is a freshman at Chelsea High School and plays for Chelsea’s basketball team.  If Sam were to free write, he would write about sports, mainly the Alabama Crimson Tide. Sam has a pet dog named Flynn. When Sam graduates high school, he plans to attend the University of Alabama and have a profession as a sports broadcaster or a realtor.

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