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Gilmer Buckeyes win 16th annual Azalea Orthopedics 7 on 7 Tournament held at Buckeye Stadium

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The Gilmer Buckeyes, who will be defending state champions of 4A Division II when they take the field this fall, defeated the Liberty-Eylau Leopards, 31-21, in the championship round of the 16th annualAzalea Orthopedics7 on 7 Tournament held here Saturday, May 9.

The Gilmer Buckeyes’ varsity 7-on-7 team won the tournament on Saturday with an impressive 6-0 record. The Buckeyes were joined by Daingerfield, Elysian Fields, Grace Community, Hallsville, Liberty-Eylau, Lindale, Longview, Sulphur Springs, T.K. Gorman and Waskom.

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This game is for the championship of the Azalea Orthopedics 7 on 7 Tournament at Buckeye Stadium in Gilmer.



Two teams which won state at AT&T Stadium last December battle it out in the semifinals at the Azalea Orthopedics 7 on 7 Tournament at Buckeye Stadium in Gilmer.




This was a Pool Play game which began at 9 a.m. during the Azalea Orthopedics 7 on 7 Tournament at Buckeye Stadium in Gilmer.

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