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High school football: Garden City Fighting Gophers at Collège Sturgeon Heights Huskies

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The Collège Sturgeon Heights Huskies and Garden City Fighting Gophers squared off Thursday at Sturgeon Heights in Winnipeg High School Football League action. The home team beat the Flying Gophers 32-17.

  • Stephen Hart of the Huskies (left) evades Marcus Brown of the Fighting Gophers.

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    Stephen Hart of the Huskies (left) evades Marcus Brown of the Fighting Gophers.

  • Devon Taylor (12) of the Fighting Gophers struggles to get free from the grip of the Huskies' Elliott Ormonde (58).

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    Devon Taylor (12) of the Fighting Gophers struggles to get free from the grip of the Huskies' Elliott Ormonde (58).

  • Devon Taylor (left) can't quite seem to shake Elliott Ormonde of the Huskies.

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    Devon Taylor (left) can't quite seem to shake Elliott Ormonde of the Huskies.

  • Tyler Regert (left) of the Collège Sturgeon Heights Huskies celebrates after scoring a touchdown as Matt Melo of the Garden City Fighting Gophers looks on.

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    Tyler Regert (left) of the Collège Sturgeon Heights Huskies celebrates after scoring a touchdown as Matt Melo of the Garden City Fighting Gophers looks on.

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