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The Winnipeg High School Football League kicked off the 2011 season on Thursday night in Winnipeg and Brandon.

The 31-team league will continue with season-opening action on Friday with eight games scheduled.

Highlights included Murdoch MacKay Clansmen winning their debut game in the Potter AAA division and St. Paul's Crusaders AAA team, a Potter division finalist last season, recorded a shutout in their first game.

Thursday night's scores:

Murdoch MacKay 41 Kelvin 7

Sisler A 13 Danel McIntyre 6

St. John's 18 Tec Voc 7

Neelin 26 St. Paul's AA 18

Miles Macdonell 37 Kildonan East 7

River East 31 West Kildonan 7

St. Paul's AAA 43 Churchill 0

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Updated on Thursday, September 8, 2011 at 8:23 PM CDT: Updates with Tec Voc-St. John's score

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