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Cavs 21, Teays Valley 14

Photos by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com

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    The Thursday before the Herrnstein Field dedication, CHS Assistant Athletic Director Dana Cousins organized the inaugural Alumni Flag Football Game, permitting those athletes who paved the way for the new complex time on the field to "break it in". WBEX's Pat Highland (left) and Jim Day (right) had on field commentary and play-by-play. Photos by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Former Chillicothe City Schools Superintendent Roger Crago (also head coach during the 1975-77 seasons) coached the Blue team. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Bill Davidson (head coach 2003-09 seasons and a long time assistant coach) came out of retirement to coach the White team. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    The Blue team consisted of athletes graduating in even years. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    The White teams had players who graduated in odd years. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Coach Crago gets his Blue team ready to roll. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Shawn Lunde ('87) found his way to end zone. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Melvin Beverly returned to a spot he often visited in the 1990s. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Darren Hall made his teammates happy with this leaping grab. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    The younger athletes took over the second half of the game. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Casey Oates reels in one of his two TD's despite a diving effort by the Blue team D. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    A jovial sideline. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Adam Bixler (2013) makes his way to the south endzone.
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    White team reaction. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Shay Netter (bearded) grabs for a reception. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    The White team had the early lead, which meant time to dowse Coach Davidson one more time. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    To seal the victory, Casey Oates returns an interception the length of the field 28-12 White team. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    The Alumni Cheerleaders Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    The Coin Toss with Michael Fairrow and Dave Blosser. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Coach Crago was not immune to a sideline soaking either. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Friday, students walked from CHS and CMS to participate in a campus wide pep rally at the new complex. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    The back of the inaugural game shirts. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Superintendent Jon Saxton addressed crowd. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Rev. Tim Harris was the keynote speaker for the event, a prelude to the opening of the Obadiah Harris Family Athletic Complex. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Dana Cousins captures a shot of the student body. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Opening Night festivities. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Cutting the ribbon, representing the Harris Family, Tim Harris II and retired Chillicothe City Schools Assistant Superintendent Joyce Atwood. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Tyler Howard and Ryan Mathis lead the Cavaliers through a tunnel of fans, making their way onto the new Herrnstein Field. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    The Cavs make their way to the sideline after gathering in the north end zone. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    It was a packed house for the inaugural game with Teays Valley. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    New this season, the student body forms the "C Section". Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Julius Lee records a sack of TV QB Drew Pennington. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    The Chillicothe faithful cheering on their Blue and White. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Teays Valley had the first crack at scoring but Thad Smith missed the first of two field goal attempts. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Daiquan Hall races through a whole for a big gainer on the Cavs' first scoring drive. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Chillicothe's Nate Rosenbauer is the first Cavalier to cross the goal line at Herrnstein Field. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Caylib Holt, Julius Lee and Tyler Kelley mak a lid-lifting hit on Vikings running back Landon Foreman. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Tyler Kelley (66) records one of his 2.5 sacks on the night. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Markel Cain made a quick impact in his first appearance of the season. Cain rushed for 74 yards. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Cain scored the Cavs' second TD on the night. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Michael Beard (2) congratulates Caleb Price (9) on his fourth quarter fumble recovery. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Cain fights for more yards. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Tyler Kelley, Caylib Holt and Devin Zehner tie up Drew Pennington for a near safety. Officials spotted the ball one foot outside the goal line. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com
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    Coach Jeff Arndt was pleased with his defense which held Teays Valley to 124 total yards. In a 21-0 inaugural win at Herrnstein Field. The Cavs are 3-0 heading to Miami Trace next. Photo by Dana Cousins danacousinsphotography.com