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St. Paul's Crusaders vs. Murdoch McKay Clansmen (AAA), Nov. 8, 2013

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The St. Paul’s Crusaders top football squad wrapped their unbeaten season on Friday with a decisive championship victory, dispatching the Murdoch MacKay Clansmen 56-8 at Investors Group Field to win the Anavets Bowl.

Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

St. Paul's Crusaders AAA football team quarterback Drake Lesperance (10) fires a pass during the second half of the team's Anavets Bowl victory.

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