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The Klondike Cougars’ football team enjoyed a huge bounce back game last Friday night at Loraine where they thumped a team, 72-22, which played in last year’s state Division II state championship game at AT&T Stadium.After falling to Jayton, 55-34, last week the Cougars just turned out being a little too much for the Loraine Bulldogs in a game stopped at the half on six-man’s 45-point rule. Loraine lost last year’s state championship game to Benjamin, 68-20.“We locked down and looked great in all phases of the game. We recovered three onside kicks,” Klondike Coach Dalton DeGraffenreid said. “We were ...

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