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Eagles have a new offensive identity

 The Brady Eagles hosted a short handed Sumner-Eddyville-Miller football team last Friday evening. Much to the delight of the their coaches and fans, the Eagles routed the Mustangs 87-12. With S.E.M. only having a few kids on the sidelines, it didn’t take long for the Brady Eagles to wear down their opponents.

“We played a good game and were able to take care of business versus our opponent, S.E.M., who was shorthanded but continued to fight despite the score,” said Coach Seamann. “Hats off to them.”

To read more of this story see the Aug. 30 edition of The Gothenburg Times.

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