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South holds off Centennial
War Eagles improve to 6-1 with 35-24 win
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Centennial couldn't stop South Forsyth running back Isaiah Williams, who rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries. - photo by Jerod Ray
South Forsyth redefined what it means to have a defense completely take over a game, forcing five consecutive Centennial turnovers on its first five possessions to pave the way for a 35-24 homecoming victory on Friday at War Eagle Field. The War Eagles (6-1, 3-1 Region 6-AAAAAA) defense stole the show early by grabbing three interceptions and creating two forced fumbles, vaulting South to a 28-7 first half advantage. "Our secondary played really well tonight," South coach Jeff Arnette said.