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Gilmer 61, Liberty-Eylau 55



Read more: ETSN.fm - Aaron “Poppy” Brown Sets School Record in Varsity Debut

Read more: ETFinalScore.com - Gilmer edges Liberty-Eylau 61-55 in season-opening shootout

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Aaron "Poppy" Brown already in record books

Read more: Texarkana Gazette - TOUGH NUTS TO CRACK

Read more: News-Journal - ET Football:Gilmer outlasts Liberty-Eylau, 61-55

Read more: Lone Star Gridiron - The Legend of Poppy Brown began Thursday

Read more: OSU Recruit LaMarcus Morton Has Monster Game in Win Over Liberty-Eylau

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KLTV Pregame live shot with Gilmer head coach Matt Turner

DCTF Live: Gilmer head coach Matt Turner on his team’s big win over Liberty-Eylau



Lone Star Gridiron - 2016 Aaron "Poppy" Brown - Gilmer vs Texarkana Liberty-Eylau


2016 Coach Matt Turner - Gilmer vs Texarkana Liberty-Eylau


Highlights - Liberty-Eylau Leopards vs Gilmer Buckeyes - Aug 25, 2016

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