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Football: Windward forfeits scheduled game against Paraclete

by www.latimes.com

Windward has decided to forfeit its scheduled football game against Paraclete on Friday because of safety concerns, Paraclete Coach Dean Herrington said.

Windward drops to 4-4.

Paraclete improves to 4-3 but will have its second week off (last week was a bye).

For the latest on high school sports,...


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