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Action in Eupora was to Graham's approval

August 15, 2014

Eupora quarterback Trey Pittman (10) prepares to release a pass against Leake Central Friday night. (Photo by Jason Edwards, SDN)

EUPORA – The lights were on, the pads were on and two teams were present.
Even though there was not a win or loss on the line Friday night, it was still football competition to be had and Eupora head coach Junior Graham liked what he saw.
“We functioned really well on both sides of the ball,” Graham said. “We came out with a couple of goals. Number one was to come out healthy and number two was to go hard. We accomplished those goals (Friday night).

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