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Gilmer 56, Daingerfield 31

From The Gilmer Mirror:

THE GILMER BUCKEYES finally got a chance to have a home game at Buckeye Stadium last Friday night in the annual Homecoming Game. For the packed house in attendance on the home side, the game turned out to be a nail-biter for three quarters before the Bucks size and conditioning wore down the beastly Daingerfield Tigers in a game that saw an unbelievable 55 points scored in the game’s final quarter!

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes blast Tigers 56-31


Gilmer too much for Tigers, 56-31

From the Longview News-Journal:

Gilmer wins shootout with Daingerfield

From KTBS Shreveport:

Gilmer - Daingerfield - Video

From KLTV Tyler:

Red Zone Part 2 9/23/11

From KETKnbc Tyler:

Gilmer wins against Daingerfield

From The Gilmer Mirror:

Video: Daingerfield Tigers at Gilmer Buckeyes

From MaxPreps:

Photo Gallery by Bruce Crockett


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