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Friday Night’s Battle Between Between Gilmer + Tatum Is The ETSN.fm + Dairy Queen Game Of The Week

Gilmer and Tatum are no strangers to deep playoff runs in November and December. The Buckeyes and Eagles happen to be quite familiar with one another as well, having met 10 times since 2000.

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TICKET INFO

Tickets for the football game against Tatum at Eagle Stadium in Tatum will be available at the GISD Administration Building on Trinity Street through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.

Adult tickets are $6 and student tickets are $3.



Buckeyes excited about playing Tatum
by JOE DODD

BUCKEYES CAMBRON GRANVILLE (20) and NICK SMITH (19) wrap up Pine Tree’s Mason Hays (12) last Friday night at Pirate Stadium in Longview.<br><i>
(Mirror photo by Mary Laschinger Kirby)</i>
BUCKEYES CAMBRON GRANVILLE (20) and NICK SMITH (19) wrap up Pine Tree’s Mason Hays (12) last Friday night at Pirate Stadium in Longview.
(Mirror photo by Mary Laschinger Kirby)
“We’ve got a really good football team coming up next Friday.”

This story continues onegilmermirror.com


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