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Don Bosco falls short of state football title, 51-16

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The Don Bosco Dons playing in their first state championship game fall to Marcus Meriden Cleghorn 51-16.  The Dons turned the ball over four times in the first half as the Eagles built a 37-0 lead.  Don Bosco finished its first season of 8 player football 12-1.

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