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St. Francis football relied on its strength along the offensive line

Original post made on Sep 17, 2021

In its historic win over De La Salle, St. Francis played well in all facets. There is no other way to have a chance at beating De La Salle, as so many other teams have discovered.

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Posted by Local
a resident of Martens-Carmelita
on Sep 17, 2021 at 6:36 pm

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The St. Francis/DeLaSalle game was marvelous - and I was thrilled with the win. However, what really impressed me was the graciousness and fine sportsmanship displayed by the teams and coaches after the game. DeLaSalle had only good things to say - even saying the best team really won. St. Francis praised the play and long-time record of DeLaSalle. I was very proud of both schools for this fine example of both how to win and how to lose.


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