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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

Gilmer 76, Spring Hill 0

From The Gilmer Mirror:

THERE’S AN old saying that if you back a wounded animal into a corner it will come out fighting. That’s exactly what happened Friday night at Buckeye Stadium.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes blow out Panthers

From the Longview News-Journal:
Buckeyes maul Panthers

From the Tyler Morning Telegraph:
Gilmer Buckeyes Get Big 76-0 Victory Over Spring Hill

From KLTV Tyler:
Red Zone Part 2 (5:00 in)

From KYTX CBS 19 Tyler:
Highlights: Spring Hill vs. Gilmer

From KTBS Shreveport:
Spring Hill at Gilmer

Videos of the game come up in reverse chronological order at this link:
http://www.youtube.com/gilmergreene#g/u

Carthage 38, Gilmer 21

From The Gilmer Mirror:

THE GILMER BUCKEYES ran into a buzz saw in Carthage Friday night, dropping a District 16-3A matchup to the host Bulldogs by the score of 38-21.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Carthage dominates Buckeyes

From the Longview News-Journal:
Bulldogs battle past Buckeyes in District 16-3A shootout, 38-21

From ETFinalScore.com:
Carthage ends Gilmer's 45-game district winning streak

From KLTV Tyler:
Red Zone Part 2 (4:40 in)

From KTBS Shreveport:
Gilmer Vs. Carthage

From KTAL Shreveport:
Carthage wins big District clash over Gilmer

Gilmer 36, Gladewater 35

From The Gilmer Mirror:

THERE’S AN old adage in football that says “don’t EVER take points off the scoreboard.” The expert who wrote those famous words would have to rethink that conventional advice had he have witnessed the Gilmer Buckeyes-Gladewater Bears district opener at Buckeye Stadium Friday night.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Skunks Bears fail to ruin Gilmer s Homecoming

From the Longview News-Journal:
Buckeyes survive Bears in overtime, 36-35



From the Tyler Morning Telegraph:
Buckeyes Top Bears In Overtime

From KYTX CBS 19 Tyler:

Highlights: Gladewater at Gilmer



Gilmer vs. Gladewater: Post-game Reaction

From KLTV Tyler:

The Red Zone Part 2 (4:15 in)

From KETKnbc Tyler:

Friday Football Fever! (5:20 in)

Video: Highlights of Gladewater Bears vs. Gilmer Buckeyes on Oct. 8, 2010

Videos of the game come up in reverse chronological order at this link:
http://www.youtube.com/gilmergreene#g/u

ETFinalScore: Gladewater-Gilmer Preview

Small Stature Doesn't Hinder Cannon's Ability To Make Plays For Gilmer

Buckeyes begin district schedule here Friday night

THE GILMER BUCKEYES are fresh off an open week and now the “real” season begins.

Everyone in District 16-3A is 0-0 in district. And even though Gilmer has won nine straight undefeated district championships (the district winning streak is currently at 44 games), no one is taking anything for granted in 2010.


Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes begin district schedule here Friday night

Buckeyes continue to improve each week as district play looms

A TRUISM in football is that whichever team wins the battle in the trenches usually wins the game.

In the past two weeks, this has certainly been the case as the Buckeyes’ outstanding play on both the offensive and defensive lines has been “the difference in the ball game,” according to Coach Jeff Traylor.


Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes continue to improve each week as district play looms