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Football: Dunedin 34, Dixie Hollins 28, OT

DUNEDIN — After letting Dixie Hollins tie things up late in the fourth quarter, Dunedin put away the Rebels in overtime 34-28 Friday night on a 2-yard run by Tramaine Batten.

"Earlier in the week we talked about finishing strong, and this was a great way for our seniors to go out," Falcons coach Max Smith said.

Dixie Hollins scored on the opening drive of the third quarter with a 20-yard field goal by Drew Boylson to take a 15-14 lead.

Dunedin responded with a touchdown, then the Rebels answered. The Rebels seemed to be gaining control until Mack Benson fumbled. Adarius Sims scooped up the fumble and went 55 yards to score. The Rebels evened the score in the fourth.

Phillip Haywood, Times correspondent

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