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Buckeyes vanquish Van, 56-35

By Phillip Williams TYLER–Unvanquished Van hath been vanquished. Gilmer Buckeyes quarterback Brandon Tennison made the fabled Red Baron resemble an aviational tyro by comparison, sending a

Buckeyes advance in playoffs with 71-14 win

By Phillip Williams LINDALE–The No. 2-ranked Gilmer Buckeyes’ volcanic offense tallied at will, totting up its highest single-game point total all year to make mincemeat of the Mexia

Gladewater Councilmember moving, must step down

Gladewater City Councilman Dr. Dennis Robertson will be stepping down from his Place 4 seat at the end of the year after deciding to move to Longview. The city’s charter requires council

Buckeyes flatten Leopards, 51-7

By Phillip Williams TEXARKANA–The Gilmer Buckeyes unleashed a tonnage of touchdowns from both their offense and defense, totting up a 27-point fourth-quarter blitzkrieg to lacerate the

Carthage drills Buckeyes, 28-7

By Phillip Williams CARTHAGE–The unconquered Carthage Bulldogs once again demonstrated Friday night that the difference between their No. 1-ranked class 4A squadron and the previously

GILMER ASPIRATES ATLANTA, 48-6

By Phillip Williams GILMER–Gilmer Buckeyes quarterback Brandon Tennison proved an aviational ace here Friday night, leaving a delegation of defending Hares several hairs short of success in

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