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Gilmer 58, Carthage 21



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Buckeyes dominate Carthage
byJOE DODD


Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby<br>
CHASE TATE won't be caught as he races to the end zone for a touchdown for the Buckeyes against Carthage.
Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby
CHASE TATE won't be caught as he races to the end zone for a touchdown for the Buckeyes against Carthage.
The Gilmer Buckeyes completely dominated the defending state champion Carthage Bulldogs 58-21 Saturday at Longview’s Lobo Stadium in the KYKX Big Game of the Week.




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