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BRAWLEY — Making the most of four explosive plays and a defense that closed out the contest, the Central Union High School Spartan football team won the 77th Bell Game 28-20 over the Brawley Union High Wildcats at Warne Field Friday night.

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IMPERIAL – While the global pandemic may have delayed the high school football season, it did little to slow down Central Union High’s dominance in the Imperial Valley League standings as the Spartans recorded their third consecutive shutout this season after defeating Imperial High, 27-0, h…

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EL CENTRO — Behind the passing of quarterback Jordan Reed and a stout defense, the Central High School Spartans throttled the Vincent Memorial Scots 34-0 Thursday night.

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EL CENTRO — Whether or not the Central Union High football team was expecting a bye to open this year’s post season, the squad did not lay off the gas pedal when hosting Mt. Carmel in a CIF-San Diego Section Div. III slugfest that favored the No. 5 Spartans 46-38 here on Friday night.

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EL CENTRO — Throw the ball well; run the ball well; play suffocating defense, and win the special teams battle. It’s a recipe for winning football, and it’s exactly what Central Union High School did to Brawley in the 76th Bell Game at Cal Jones Field here on Friday.

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EL CENTRO — Central Union High School’s high-powered offense deservedly gets a lot of publicity, but championships are won with defense and the Spartans delivered a defensive masterpiece against Imperial at Cal Jones Field here on Friday.

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EL CENTRO — For the second consecutive year, the Central Union High football team dominated the city championship game against crosstown rival Southwest in a 47-13 beatdown at Eagle Field on Friday.

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CALEXICO — On Friday night the Central Union Spartans were scheduled to play their first Imperial Valley League contest of the season here against the Calexico High School Bulldogs. Whether the Bulldogs actually showed up for the contest is unclear.

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EL CAJON — Despite delivering all manner of clutch plays, the Central Union football team couldn’t conjure one that the Christian Patriots wouldn’t answer, and in the end, they ran out of miracles, falling here, 31-28, Friday night.