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Gilmer 29, Henderson 28



From The Gilmer Mirror:

TRYING TO figure out a way to describe the Gilmer Buckeyes visit to Henderson for last Friday night’s key district battle against the Lions is challenging at best.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes come back to defeat Henderson

From the Henderson Daily News:
Johnson scores four TDs, Gilmer avoids upset-minded Lions

From the Longview News-Journal:
Buckeyes come back to nip Lions

From ETFinalScore.com:
Gilmer mounts furious comeback to beat Henderson, 29-28

From the Longview News-Journal:
Offensive Player of the Week: Bulldog QB, Buckeye RB share honors

From KTBS Shreveport:
Gilmer at Henderson

From KYTX CBS 19, Tyler:
Highlights: Gilmer Buckeyes at Henderson Lions

From KLTV Tyler:
Red Zone Pt 2 (4:15 in)

From KETKnbc Tyler:
Friday Football Fever

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