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Updated: Sunday, December 15 2013, 12:22 AM EST
The Murphy Bulldogs win the 1-A Football State Championship by defeating Plymouth, 35-34. The Bulldogs defense stepped up by stopping Plymouth on a late 2-point conversion attempt. Murphy has won seven State Titles in school history. Head Coach, David Gentry has been at the helm for six of those State Titles. Deion Johnson was named the most valuable offensive performer for the Bulldogs. Kenton Braswell was the most valuable player for the game. Austin Satterfield was the defensive most valuable player.
Lenoir-Rhyne beats West Chester 42-14 in order to advance to the DII National Championship game. The Bears rack up 451 rushing yards in the victory. They did not attempt a single pass during the victory.