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Gilmer 35, Pine Tree 19

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The Gilmer Buckeyes (2-0) won their 18th straight game and 21st consecutive home game Friday night at Jeff Traylor Stadium in Gilmer. 


The Buckeyes got off to a 29-0 halftime lead. 

However, the Pirates (1-1) came back with three scores to narrow the lead to 29-19 early in the fourth quarter. 

Gilmer scored another touchdown after that to extend its lead. 

The Buckeyes continue playing at home on Friday, Sept. 11, against the Tatum Eagles.

Read more: ETSN.fm - Gilmer Withstands Pine Tree's Second-Half Rally to Notch 35-19 Win     


Read more: ETVarsity.com - Buckeyes go 2-0 on season

Video: FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Gilmer triumphs over Pine Tree

Slideshow: RED ZONE FACES- WK. 2 - PINE TREE @ GILMER

Video: ETFinalScore.com - Jay Wallis Live Preview of Gilmer vs Pine Tree

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