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Gilmer 63, Rains 27



THE BUCKEYES celebrate on Friday night, Nov. 7, after the Rains game, gathering around Coach Jeff Traylor, who is holding the championship trophy the team received for winning District 5-4A Division II.

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Buckeyes complete perfect regular season
by JOE DODD
Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby<br>
KRIS BOYD avoids a tackler during Gilmer's 63-27 win over Rains.
Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby
KRIS BOYD avoids a tackler during Gilmer's 63-27 win over Rains.
The Gilmer Buckeyes finished the regular season with a 63-27 win over the Rains Wildcats last Friday night in Emory. In the process, the Buckeyes captured their 12th undefeated district championship and seventh perfect regular season in head coach Jeff Traylor's 15 seasons in Gilmer.

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