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Season Wrapup: Hunter Furr

Heading into their contests against Winston-Salem (N.C.) Mount Tabor this fall, opponents had a simple but hard-to-execute game plan – stop Hunter Furr.

Furr averaged over 152 yards a game in Mount Tabor's 11 wins and scored a total of 25 touchdowns. In Mount Tabor's two loses, opponents held the 6-foot-1, 201-pound tailback to a combined 125 yards and no touchdowns. "Last year, we had [Ed Gainey], who is starting for Appalachian State as a freshman this year, and another kid that went to Livingston on scholarship, Lamar Wilson, in the backfield...

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