A DRAGON CAN BE VISCIOUS, NORTH OR SOUTH.
A Dragon can be viscious too, whether in the North or in the South
There was trouble waitin' in the mountains;
It was a strong, and viscious cat.
They had rolled with ease over eleven other opponents;
Not caring where the game was at.
But this game was in their lair, their region number one assured them of that.
The mighty Ridgeland Panthers were ranked high at number four;
The Dragons . . . just outside the top ten.
A beatdown was enevitable; so said the sages with their pen.
But the Dragons didn't quit, or maybe didn't believe what they had read.
And when the game was over, the mighty Dragons had won again.
The night was cold and crazy;
Fourteen points down at the blink of an eye;
An eeriness had settled in.
But we're still too proud to cry.
And that old Dragon Pride is simply never going to die.
When Wood got things to rolling;
With a dazzlin' kick return,
The Dragon side was heatin' up;
The fire had started to burn.
Our local Dragon heroes, had erased our greatest concern.
We now knew we could play with this powerhouse team;
That feeling gained strength with every play;
Ridgeland's high state ranking was just a memory from the past,
It's loyal's would stagger from the stadium, in utterly stunned dismay;
The mighty Jefferson Dragons would live on, to play another day.
Now Coach Cathcart and his boys;
Don't pay much attention to state rank.
They practice up to play . . . each opponent game-to-game;
The Dragons have worked out their problems with covering the flank.
And can now play with anyone . . . and you can take that to the bank.
From far up in North Georgia,
And down to a sunny South Georgia site,
The red and blue machine is rambling;
And none can doubt their might . . .
now, it's time again,
For the Dragons to "hit somebody in the mouth" this coming Friday night.