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The Klondike Cougars face longtime rival Sands next week in a game which could go a long ways in determining the champion in six-man football’s Division II District 1-4A. If Friday’s long 200-mile road trip north to Amarillo is any sign, Klondike Coach Dalton DeGraffenreid’s Cougars will be ready. In a late pick-up game, Klondike turned out being too much for Amarillo’s San Jacinto Christian Academy as the Cougars rolled to a a 78-30 victory in a game stopped with 29 seconds left in the third quarter on the 45-point mercy rule. Klondike was originally scheduled to play Loop this week but that ...

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