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October 13, 2012

FRIDAY NIGHT FLASHBACK: Eustace keeps rolling with 31-12 win over Quitman

QUITMAN — The Eustace Bulldogs continued to be the pacesetters in District 7-2A Friday night with a 31-12 road win over the Quitman Bulldogs that kept them unscathed through three district outings.

Coach Brian Herman's squad upped its season mark to 4-3 and can now turn its attention to a showdown at home next week against preseason district favorite Winnsboro, which was a 38-0 winner against Grand Saline Friday night.

Eustace carried a 25-12 lead into the fourth quarter and tacked on a touchdown for good measure.


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