Ram fans celebrate championship in Winston-Salem

Published: Saturday, December 1, 2012 at 08:12 PM.

Woods said it takes enthusiasm and integrity to make a good Havelock fan.

“I'm just happy to be here to enjoy my son's second championship and I'm just loving it,” said Anthony Fisher Sr., father of player Anthony Fisher. “Everybody has performed well. It was a little shaky at first. Towards the middle of the second quarter that's when Havelock really opened up and I enjoyed it the rest of the game.”

“I think it's a very unique situation and it's an honor for any team and any coach to get that far and have worked that hared to achieve those goals,” said Paula Snead, wife of Havelock High School assistant principal Jeff Snead.

Payton Ennis, the Snead's grandson was in the stands as well at Wake Forest BB&T Field to watch the game.

Derrell Scott and Pharoh Cooper were Ennis' favorite players because of their speed.

“They can juke through and outrun a lot of people,” Ennis said.

Though his son Dallas Cowboy Bruce Carter hasn't played for the Rams for years, Bruce Prichard, of Havelock, was their to support players Deshone Godette and A.J. Coplon.

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