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757 Showdown Preview: Ocean Lakes visits Landstown hoping to lock up a playoff spot

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Landstown is going for their best regular-season record since 8-2 in 2011.

Landstown is going for their best regular-season record since 8-2 in 2011.

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. - In the final week of the high school football regular season, there's no shortage of story-lines. The 757 Showdown is in Virginia Beach for Ocean Lakes (5-4) vs. Landstown (7-2). The last time the Eagles beat Ocean Lakes was 2011.

The Eagles have a playoff spot locked up, but they don't plan on thinking ahead to the playoffs. "They've been whoopin us, they whooped us here, they whooped us at ocean lakes so we got to get it back," junior safety Joseph White says.

The Dolphins haven't missed the playoffs since 2009 and are looking to Chesapeake for some help. With a win, Ocean Lakes still needs a Western Branch loss ot make the playoffs.  "We are fighting for a playoff spot, but at the end of the day we're going to go out here, do our best and give it our all to get to that playoff spot," says senior defensive lineman Eric Crosby.

Mitch Brown will have live coverage for the 757 Showdown starting tomorrow on News 3 at 4.


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