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Hurricanes seek to go 4-0
Hinesville has outscored opponents 153-19 so far this season
Hinesville running back Joseph Matavao looks for room to run during a game last season. The unbeaten Hurricanes will host Darlington in a Southeastern American Football League contest on Saturday at Long Bell Stadium. - photo by Courier file photo

Looking to hold on to their undefeated record, the Hinesville Hurricanes (3-0) will host the Darlington Warriors (1-1) Saturday night at 7 in Long Bell Stadium in Hinesville.
The Hurricane offense, led by former Bradwell Institute quarterback and current Tiger QB coach Frank Troupe, has scored 153 points in the team’s first three outings. Hinesville’s defense, led by captain and linebacker James Sharp III, has allowed only 19 points while posting two shutouts.
The Warriors have outscored opponents 53-43 so far this year.
Last season, Hinesville won the SEAFL title.
Saturday’s game also will feature a raffle at halftime where someone can win a 32-inch flat screen TV. Raffle tickets will be sold at the game for $10. The winning ticket must be presented to claim the prize.
General admission is $5 and children 12 and under get in free.

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