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“So we’ve got our work cut out for us, but we’re excited about the challenge.”
Led by running backs J’Shawn Anderson and Carmello McDaniel, the Red Foxes’ offense has been humming most of the year. The duo combined for more than 1,000 yards on the ground and 16 touchdowns prior to last week.
South’s defense has been one of its strong points this season after allowing just 97 points in seven games (13.9 points per game average), but that unit will be tested against a Hartsville squad that had scored at least 28 points in every game prior to last week (14).
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Quarterback McKendrie Douglass also accounted for more than 800 yards of offense and seven combined scored prior to last week’s 47-14 loss to MBHS.
“Myrtle Beach played exceptionally well,” Calabrese said. “Anytime you don’t score a lot and give up a lot of points, things went wrong and that’s for us as coaches to evaluate those things and make adjustments.
“Myrtle Beach is a spread football that is a little different from South Florence. South Florence comes downhill with power and counter and play-action, so it’s a different game.”