WEB EXTRA: Lee-Davis head coach Zac Hayden Mic'd Up - NBC12 - WWBT - Richmond, VA News On Your Side

WEB EXTRA: Lee-Davis head coach Zac Hayden Mic'd Up

Mechanicsville, VA (WWBT)- Lee-Davis is coming off an upset victory over Atlee to cap off its regular season, and now will meet the Raiders again in the Division 5 Central Region semifinals this Friday.  Head coach Zac Hayden is hoping his Confederates can make it two in a row against the region's top seed.

Hayden and his Lee-Davis team will enter the regional playoffs as the number four seed and are preparing this week for Atlee yet again.  Hayden was mic'd up at practice this week, as his team gets ready to try and pull off another upset.

Click on the video to hit the practice field with Lee-Davis head coach Zac Hayden.

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