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Gilmer Shooting For Fifth Title Game Appearance Since 2004 When Buckeyes Meet Storied Celina



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Semifinal matchup of two storied programs - Gilmer and Celina
by JOE DODD

When the Gilmer Buckeyes faced the Celina Bobcats in round two of the 2003 football playoffs, it was like Cinderella's invitation to the Ball. The Buckeyes' had earned a chance to play one of Texas' most storied programs.

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