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District 3A-3 football notes: Familiar foes in new district; Bethany loaded with talent

By Robert Przybylo, Staff Writer, Modified: August 14, 2010 at 5:00 pm •  Published: August 14, 2010

Familiar foes in new district

Technically, all seven teams in District 3A-3 are new to the district. But they're not new to each other as several of the teams were in the same district last year or in previous years.

"It's a move up in class, but we've been playing these teams for a long time," Heritage Hall coach Andy Bogert said.

Despite a couple of proven Class 3A teams in Bethany and Newcastle, the coaches have pegged Kingfisher, a team moving up from 2A, as the favorite heading into the season.

The Yellowjackets reached the 2A championship game last year, losing to Lincoln Christian.

Bronchos loaded with talent

When talking about the top running backs in the district, Heritage Hall's Barry Sanders immediately comes to mind.

But one name that can't be forgotten is Bethany's Devin Campbell. The senior did a little bit of everything for the Bronchos last season.

He ran for more than 700 yards with eight touchdowns. He caught another 21 balls for four more scores and added four touchdowns.

Bethany also has one of the best defensive linemen in the class in Darren Davenport. He had 82 tackles and 14 sacks last year.

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District 3A-3 coaches' poll

1. Kingfisher (12-3)*

2. Heritage Hall (8-5)*

3. Bethany (7-4)*

4. Newcastle (4-6)*

5. John Marshall (9-3)*

6. Centennial (4-6)*

7. SeeWorth Academy (1-9)*

* Denotes new to district

2009 record in parentheses

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