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The Borden County Coyotes and Klondike Cougars will kick off the upcoming football season ranked among the best six-man teams in the state: Borden County second in Division I and Klondike eighth in DII. But they’ve both got major challenges facing them before the opening kickoff. The Coyotes are having to replace most of last year’s 11-3 squad due to graduation, with only one starter coming back on each side of the ball. The Cougars have three returning starters on each side of the line of scrimmag but one of the players they’ll have to replace is all-state quarterback Kylar Pepper. “It’s flattering. This ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331