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Barsby winners in dogfight

The Barsby Bulldogs took a big bite out of their opponents and sent them limping home Friday.

The AA varsity football ’Dawgs posted a 35-8 win over Belmont Secondary School at Barsby’s Canem Field.

Barsby coach Rob Stevenson said in a press release the visitors played with a  short bench and despite a valiant effort, the physical contest took its toll and the game was called at halftime.

Isaac Mitchell completed two passes for 49 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown pass to Tim Hampson.

Nathan Berg finished with 54 yards rushing and two touchdowns, while Jacob Odynsky rushed for 60 yards and scored another major.

Brandon Bonnetplume returned a 42-yard interception for a touchdown.

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