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Argyle 51, Gilmer 35

From The Gilmer Mirror:

THE GILMER BUCKEYES put up a valiant effort against the Argyle Eagles in Corsicana last Friday night, but ended their season with a 51-35 loss in a game that was much closer than the score indicated.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Argyle outscores Buckeyes in shootout

From The Gilmer Mirror:

Video: Argyle Eagles vs Gilmer Buckeyes


Argyle eliminates Gilmer a second time

From the Denton Record Chronicle:

Honey badgered

Eagles prevail with big second-half plays

From the Longview News-Journal:

Argyle ends Gilmer’s playoff run for second straight season

From KYTX Tyler: Football Show Playoffs Round 4

From KETK Tyler:

High School Football Playoff Roundup

From KLTV Tyler:

Round 4 playoff results & upcoming schedule

From The Gilmer Mirror:

The Gilmer Buckeyes lost a hard-fought battle to the Argyle Eagles in the Class 3A Division II Region II championship game at Tiger Stadium in Corsicana Friday night.

Congratulations to the Gilmer Buckeyes, who finish the 2011 season with a record of 13-1.

We will always love all of you for the pride and honor with which you have played the game of football and for all the thrills you have given the Army of Buckeyes which has followed you on the long road of the 2011 season.

This team played 11 out of its 14 games on the road and won all but the last one. The three it won at Buckeye Stadium were all against defending state champions.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Video Argyle Eagles vs Gilmer Buckeyes

Congratulations also to the Argyle Eagles and good luck to them as they represent Region II in the semifinal round against the Monahans Loboes in Abilene on Friday night, Dec. 9.

From Argyle Athletics Booster Club:

Four Down. Two to Go!


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“We do have some experience and tradition,” admitted La Vega head coach Willie Williams, who has a 135-84-2 record in his 20th season as Pirates’ head coach.

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