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Wildcats fence in Yard Dawgz 55-34

By Mike Shiers - bio | email

July 12, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The South Georgia Wildcats beat Oklahoma City 55-34 Saturday night, and move into first place in the American South Division after Florida lost 59-47 at Boise.

The Wildcats have won five-straight games, and are 10-4 on the season.

Florida is 9-5, and falls into a second place tie with Tennessee Valley.

If South Georgia wins its remaining two games at Peoria and at Tennessee Valley, the Wildcats will win the division, and earn the #2 seed in the conference.

The Cats have never hosted a playoff game in Albany.


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