East Central’s Andrew Seward (26) is consoled after the loss to Noxubee County on Saturday at the MHSAA Football State Championships at Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium in Oxford.
East Central’s Andrew Seward (26) is consoled after the loss to Noxubee County on Saturday at the MHSAA Football State Championships at Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium in Oxford. Chris Todd Special to the Sun Herald
East Central’s Andrew Seward (26) is consoled after the loss to Noxubee County on Saturday at the MHSAA Football State Championships at Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium in Oxford. Chris Todd Special to the Sun Herald

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