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EL CAJON — It was clear that, after the ignominy of going 0-10 in 2018, the El Cajon Valley High School football team wanted to show their fans a thing or two at their homecoming game against the Vincent Memorial Scots on Friday.

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EL CENTRO — The Vincent Memorial Scots leaned on a bruising running game as they demolished the Desert Christian Academy Conquerors 53-0 Friday night at Eagle Field at Southwest High School in El Centro.

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CALEXICO — The Vincent Memorial Scots are football kings of Calexico for another year. On Friday night they cemented their status as the city’s pre-eminent gridiron gang with a 41-22 win over the crosstown Bulldogs, with timely takeaways and a razor sharp passing attack led by senior quarter…

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BLYTHE — When the Vincent Memorial Scots faced off against the Palo Verde Yellowjackets to kick off the 2019 season on Friday night, fans were treated to a classic case of “Who wants it less?”

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“Round up the usual suspects.” It’s one of the most famous lines from “Casablanca,” delivered by Claude Rains’ Capt. Renault.

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SAN DIEGO — The Vincent Memorial Scots are back in the win column. Defeating the Buccaneers of Mission Bay Friday night by a score of 32-7, they improved their record to 4-1, dispersing any lingering vapors from last week’s stumble against Santana, and returning them to the top of the Manzan…

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CALEXICO — It’s no secret that over the past decade, the Calexico Football Bulldogs have fought shy of emerging as a regional powerhouse. Since 2008 they have posted only one winning record — an 8-2 campaign in 2012, made all the more remarkable by the fact it followed an 0-10 campaign in 20…

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CALEXICO — While it’s far too early to tell if the Vincent Memorial Catholic High football team will be the championship-caliber team it was last season, the Scots’ performance Saturday night during their season opener suggested the team has all the talent it needs to have a successful 2018 …

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HOLTVILLE — Despite a strong start to take a three-score lead in the first half, the Vincent Memorial High School football team only just escaped a second-half rally by Holtville High School to secure a crucial 27-20 Manzanita League victory here on Friday night.