October 9, 2008
Albany - After two straight seasons without a win, the Albany High Indians are on a roll with two victories in their last three games.
The Indians try to make it three wins in a four games this week against 1-AA rival Thomasville
The Bulldogs coming off their first win of the season last week at Early County.
Albany High head coach Reginald Mitchell knows his team faces a big challenge in the Rose City but says his players have a new attitude after breaking their 23 game losing streak three weeks ago.
Albany High head coach Reginald Mitchell said. "That win. The first win against Kendrick really did help us out. It was just the weight off the shoulders and they finally realized hey we can win."
Albany High will need a positive attitude against the Bulldogs.
Since 1970, Thomasville has won 33 straight against Albany High.
Game time is 7:30 p.m. Friday in Thomasville.