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Gilmer 48, Atlanta 14



From The Gilmer Mirror:

THE GILMER BUCKEYES successfully opened the 2011 postseason playoff campaign with a convincing 48-14 victory over the Atlanta Rabbits Friday night at Lobo Stadium in Longview, moving their season record to 11-0. Atlanta ends their season at 5-6, and now heads to play round ball.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes blast Rabbits

From the Longview News-Journal:

Gilmer Buckeyes bury Rabbits, 48-14

From ETFinalScore.com:

Gilmer cruises past Atlanta, 48-14

From TheOldCoach.com:

Gilmer running game proves too much for Atlanta



From KYTX Tyler:

HS Football Playoffs Round 1 Highlights, Scores, and Interviews (Gilmer game is at 4:30 mark and includes an interview with Nick Richardson)

From KETK Tyler:

Gilmer wins big over Atlanta

From KTBS Shreveport:

Gilmer vs. Atlanta - Video

From KTAL Shreveport:

Atlanta-Gilmer Football Playoff Highlights



From KLTV Tyler:

Red Zone - Part 1 (Gilmer game is the third one covered in this segment)

From The Gilmer Mirror:

Video: Gilmer Buckeyes vs Atlanta Rabbits - Bi-District

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