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West Point, South Panola battle for supremacy

August 29, 2013

West Point Green Wave junior quarterback Josh Ewings looks to toss a pass down the field during a spring training practice session. (Photo by Will Nations/DTL)

Powerhouses, dynasties, juggernauts, perennial powers, state champs and the list could stretch for miles in describing two of the most storied and recognizable high school programs in Mississippi Friday night gridiron: West Point and South Panola.

The Titans of Mississippi football will square off at 7 p.m. Thursday night.

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