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Pine Creek impressive in scrimmage with Fountain-Fort Carson

Thu, Jul 30, 2015 - 9:57 PM 0

Apparently, someone forgot to tell Pine Creek that the high school football season hasn't started yet. Or maybe they forgot to tell the Eagles that 2014 had ended. On Thursday, the two-time Class 4A state champions - winners of 25 consecutive games - looked in midseason form during their...

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