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The Bulldogs have won all 13 games since their football players joined the team while the Pumas and Cougars join the fray after weeks of impressive results.

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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | The All-Met scores 34 points, including 13 during a decisive 17-1 run to close the game, to lift the No. 5 Crusaders past the No. 4 Knights.

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Powerful junior DE Tyree Johnson is next in line for St. John’s defense

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