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Pitts-berger Steal-ers

thought they could steal

the game but ended up

in the pits. Missed a two

pointer. That was the

difference in the score.

Those Pitts-berger boys

played as if they were in

Trance-lvania.

Playing with steel in their

veins and a great team

effort helps others shine.

Wilson three touchdown

passes. Dissly for two,

Metcafe caught one. If

you’re looking for Penny

you’ll find him in the end

zone. He just rushed for

a Seahawk’s TD.

We edged out a two point

lead and that’s how we

won the game.

– Gerald A. McBreen, Pacific poet laureate

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