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A year after winning their first high school district football championship in 25 years, the Klondike Cougars can take a big step toward making it two straight Friday night at Loop.“This is always the fun part of every year. When you get to this point, every week can have major implications,” Klondike Coach Dalton DeGraffenried said.That first step toward repeating as six-man’s Division II District 4-1A champs could be a tough one against Loop, which is undefeated at 7-0 this season. Putting up nearly 64 points per game, the Longhorns are beating their opponents by nearly 38 points per game.The ...

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