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West Forsyth comes back late to hand South Forsyth first loss of season
Hall ends wild game with two straight sacks to stunt South's last drive
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The game lived up to the billing. After a week that included a rap battle from South Forsyth, a “Game Day” television production from West Forsyth and plenty of smack talk in between, the West community – including a student section that snuck its way over the fences – came together for an electric celebration at midfield after the Wolverines recovered an onside-kick and erased a late 10-point deficit to defeat South, 38-34, on Friday night at Wolverine Stadium. West quarterback Kiernen Hamilton was frustrated most of the game, but there was little doubt when he rolled right and comfortably hit a wide open Ben Bresnahan in the shallow corner of the endzone to give West a four-point advantage with just over three minutes to play.