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Buckeyes fall just short in Diboll SQT

By ELWYN HENDERSON

The Gilmer Buckeyes 7-on-7 team participated in their final State Qualifying Tournament last Saturday in Diboll, and while things started off very well for the Bucks, they failed to qualify for the State Tournament coming up late in July at College Station.

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