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Pats and Knights to meet in Presidents Bowl



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The Presidents Bowl is Saturday at Howard Wood Field and the first game features O'Gorman and Lincoln at 4:00. The Pats rolled up 55 points at RC Central despite the fact that Caden Quintanilla was held in check in the first half. He scored 3 times after the break. But Aaron Beavers likes how many weapons he has on offense. As for the Knights, they lost Tanner Schulte for the year with a broken leg. But Steve Kueter still thinks his running attack will be solid and his team will continue to improve. Roosevelt and Washington play at 7:00.


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