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Friday’s six-man football opener at Patton Springs wasn’t supposed to be much of a game on paper. After finishing the past two seasons in Division I’s state six-man championship game, the McLean Tigers were pegged as big 45-point favorites over Division II Klondike. As it turned out, the game was stopped on six-man football’s 45-point mercy rule. But it wasn’t McLean that went home with the victory. After erupting for 36 points in the first-quarter, the Cougars stunned McLean, 52-6, in a game stopped at the half on the 45-point rule. It was a great start to the season for Klondike, which is ranked 15th ...

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