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A big second half rally helped the Borden County Coyotes hold off the upset-minded Westbrook Wildcats, 64-30, Friday night in their six-man football home opener at Gail. Fresh off their season-opening win over Division II’s No. 1 ranked Strawn, the Coyotes moved up to fourth in this week’s Division I state poll. The Westbrook Wildcats were 49th in that poll, but the Coyotes were up by only two touchdowns at the half. Junior Mason Cole turned in a big night to lead the Coyotes’ attack with five touchdowns. Cole ran for three touchdowns and came up with twi pass receptions for touchdowns. The Coyotes ...

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