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Dogs devour the Eagles

Sophia Renteria, Sports Writer

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The varsity football team took home a win against Tatum 38-14 on Friday. This was the final pre-district game for the Bulldogs. During the first quarter, Khalan Griffin scored a two-yard touchdown. Quinzarius Daniels had a touchdown during the 3rd quarter. Griffin made another comeback scoring an 82-yard touchdown as well.

“Everyone was looking down at us for this game, but we put all our work into that field”, said Griffin.

Next week, they will take on the Gladewater Bears in the Homecoming game, Friday, Sept. 22 at 7:30 pm following the Homecoming Court pre-game ceremony.

 

 

 

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