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Published Oct. 25, 2008

Friday night's matchup was a defensive coach's dream: interceptions, fumbles, and double-digit sacks.

In a scoreless first half, Southeast's Cody Hunter claimed four sacks against the Pirates, forcing 22 yards lost. Bogie fired back with its own defensive powerhouses, Victor Sanchez and Darrian Skinner, who livened up the game in the second quarter with a 30-yard interception.

Southeast got on the board first in the third quarter on Devon Bacon's 45-yard touchdown reception. Defense took over again on the next play, when Southeast freshman Brian Pole intercepted Shaquille Bradford, running it back 32 yards to give the Seminoles a 13-0 lead.

In the fourth quarter, Jon Dowling tipped Bradford's pass to himself for the interception, allowing the Seminoles to score one more time, on a 15-yard pass to Boe Brand.