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2013 Buckeye Football

8/16  Whitehouse(Scr)  Here    TBA
8/22 (Thur) New Boston (Scr)  There   TBA
8/29 (Thur) Atlanta    Here    7:30
09/06  Prestonwood    Here    7:30
09/13  Jacksonville    There   7:30
09/20  Daingerfield    Here   7:30 (Homecoming)
09/27  Gladewater    Here    7:30
10/04  Chapel Hill    There    7:30
10/12 (Sat) Henderson    Longview   7:00
10/18  OPEN
10/25  Spring Hill    There   7:30
11/01  Bullard    Here    7:30 (Football Sr. Night)
11/08  Kilgore    There    7:30

9/05  TBA          
09/12  Jacksonville    Here    5:00/6:30
09/19  Daingerfield    There    5:00/6:30
09/26  Gladewater    There    5:00/6:30
10/03  Chapel Hill    Here    5:00/6:30
10/10  Henderson    There    5:00/6:30
10/17  OPEN     
10/24  Spring Hill    Here    5:00/6:30
10/31  Bullard    There   5:00/6:30
11/07  Kilgore    Here    5:00/6:30

Jr. High
9/05  TBA        
9/12  Jacksonville    There    5:00/6:30
9/19  Daingerfield   Here    5:00/6:30
9/26  Gladewater    Here    5:00/6:30
10/03  Chapel Hill    There    5:00/6:30
10/10  Henderson    Here    5:00/6:30
10/17  OPEN        
10/24  Spring Hill    There    5:00/6:30
10/31  Bullard    Here    5:00/6:30
11/07  Kilgore    There   5:00/6/30


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