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If there is such a thing as a morale victory for a team which has as much football tradition as Borden County – with five state six-man championships in the past 23 years – then Friday night’s game at Rankin would have to be considered as such.After scoring only one touchdown in the first two weeks of the season, the young Coyotes put up 34 points against Rankin, the second-ranked six-man team in the state.Unfortunately it wasn’t quite enough as a big second half helped the high powered Red Devils hold off a the Coyotes, 76-34.“We challenged our guys out ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331