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Junior highs renew rivalry in game on lighted field

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Mont Harmon Junior High's Colton Martinez carries the ball up field as two Helper Junior defenders try to bring him down during last Wednesday nights game on the Carbon High Field under the lights. The two schools play each other in football twice a year, once at Helper Junior and the other at Mont Harmon. But in the last few years officials have made arrangements for the two county rivals to play on Carbon's field in the evening. Mont Harmon won the game 13-0 with the only scores coming in the first and last quarters of the game. The rest of the contest was a tough defensive struggle.

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