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The Borden County Coyotes needed only one half of football Friday night at Gail to begin their drive for their 12th straight district championship. The Coyotes, who slipped from first to third in this week’s Division I state six-man football poll, rolled past the O’Donnell Eagles, 54-8, in their District 6A opener. The game was stopped at the half on six-man’s 45-point mercy rule after BC’s Trey Edwards connected with Tommy Mack Kingston on a 12-yard touchdown pass with only 17 seconds left in the second quarter. Ky Edwards kicked the Coyotes’ final PAT. “It’s always a good way to start out district ...

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