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FOOTBALL: Five locals suited up one last time at Les Schwab Bowl
FOOTBALL: Five locals suited up one last time at Les Schwab Bowl
On Saturday, five players — three from Hermiston and two from Pendleton — competed on the South team of the 71st annual Les Schwab Bowl in Hillsboro.

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Three Cougars sign LOIs to continue sport careers in-state
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FOOTBALL: Five locals suited up one last time at Les Schwab Bowl
On Saturday, five players — three from Hermiston and two from Pendleton — competed on the South team of the 71st annual Les Schwab Bowl...
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