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Gilmer 34, Jacksonville 33

GILMER — It took Jacksonville and Gilmer the full 48 minutes to settle their game Friday night, as Gilmer’s 34-33 win wasn’t nailed down until Jacksonville missed a field goal as time expired.


GILMER — Just when it appeared that the Gilmer Buckeyes’ homecoming was going to be spoiled rather than savored Friday night, they forced the Jacksonville Indians off the warpath in a flabbergasting finish.

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For two and a half quarters last Friday night at Buckeye Stadium, the Gilmer Buckeyes fought hard but had just about everything imaginable go wrong on offense and defense, as they found themselves down 33-14 to the Jacksonville Indians.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes finish strong with last minute Homecoming win over Jacksonville

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THE GILMER BUCKEYES rolled to their third victory in as many games Friday night, garnering a 44-22 decision over the winless Jacksonville Indians at the historic Tomato Bowl.

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