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Nipomo seeks second straight Northern League title

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Week 6 of the prep football season is upon us, and it marks the start of league play around the Central Coast. Our 'FNH Game of the Week' features a showdown in the Northern League between Nipomo and Templeton.

We'll start with last season's league champs, Nipomo. It was the Titans' first league title outright. So far this season, Nipomo is 2-3 in non-league play, 0-3 on the road. The Titans will travel to Templeton this week. 

For the Titans, Friday night is a chance to wipe the slate clean and begin a run at a second straight Northern League title.

"It's kind of like an old school Nintendo because it's time to press the reset button," Nipomo head coach Tony Dodge said. "We've had a tough non-league schedule, but now we're at the point where we know what we've got. We want to go 4-0 to finish this season as defending league champs."

"That's exactly what gets up pumped up, Nipomo senior receiver Gage Wynn added. "We want to be able to be the first team to go back-to-back years. I think of it as we've never lost a game, we've never won a game, so we go in with a different attitude."

Nipomo and Templeton will kick off Friday night at 7:00 p.m.

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