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SAN ANGELO, Texas – In a battle between two teams that were wearing Cinderella’s slipper, the San Angelo Bandits defeated the New Mexico Stars 64-34 on Saturday night in the Lone Star Football League championship game.
Bandits, unfriendly crowd stand in way
Little was expected from New Mexico Stars rookie quarterback Andrew McGlory when camp opened March 1 in Glorieta in preparation for the Lone Star Football League season.
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