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Buckeyes make good showing at Nike Football Festival

by ELWYN HENDERSON
elwynh@juno.com


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The Gilmer Buckeye 7on7 team had their most impressive outing last Saturday since winning the Gilmer Tournament on May 18.


Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes make good showing at prestigious Nike event




 The Gilmer Buckeyes went 2-2-1 Saturday at the Nike Football Festival in McKinney in games against Throckmorton (tie), Denton (win), Frisco Lone Star (loss), Euless Trinity (win) and Arlington (loss). This video shows the games listed above in order.



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