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Grant County gridders start season next week

Grant County football is on the way – here's the schedule for the first games.
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Published on August 26, 2014 2:49PM

Garrett McConnell makes a grab off a throw from  Wade Reimers during Prospector daily-double practice last week.

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Garrett McConnell makes a grab off a throw from Wade Reimers during Prospector daily-double practice last week.

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The Grant Union Prospector football team gets some hitting time in during daily doubles.

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The Grant Union Prospector football team gets some hitting time in during daily doubles.

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Prospector Hayden Young at practice last week.

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Prospector Hayden Young at practice last week.

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Grant Union Prospectors scrimmage during daily-double practice.

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Grant Union Prospectors scrimmage during daily-double practice.

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Grant Union Prospectors scrimmage during daily doubles.

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Grant Union Prospectors scrimmage during daily doubles.

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Football fans can warm up their clapping hands as three Grant County football teams – Grant Union, Dayville/Monument and Prairie City – prepare for their first games.

The Grant Union Prospectors, led by head coach Jason Miller, start their season with a home game against the Weston-McEwen Tiger Scots at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5, at Three Flags Field.

The Dayville/Monument Tigers, with head coach Nathaniel Ashley, will hit the road Friday, Sept. 5, for the Dufur Classic. The Tigers will play the Triad Timberwolves of Klamath Falls at 2 p.m.

The Prairie City Panthers, with head coach Darrel McKrola, have their first game in Halfway at 2 p.m., Sept. 12, facing the Pine Eagle Spartans.









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