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Buckeyes can claim District 16-3A title with win over Henderson



EVEN THOUGH the Gilmer Buckeyes have not even clinched a playoff berth yet out of the “District of Doom,” the undefeated and state-ranked team controls its own destiny and can win its 10th district championship in the last 11 seasons with a win over the Henderson Lions here Friday night.

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