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Gilmer 63, Melissa 0



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Buckeyes shut out Melissa

Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby<br>
KRIS BOYD (9) runs for one of his four touchdowns against Melissa. Escorting him to the end zone is teammate Kollin Hurt (12).

Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby
KRIS BOYD (9) runs for one of his four touchdowns against Melissa. Escorting him to the end zone is teammate Kollin Hurt (12).
















The 
Gilmer Buckeyes blew into Melissa Friday and blew away the Cardinals football team just before a major storm blew in to town.

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