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Narrow 24-17 loss to top ranked Gretna closes out memorable season

 

Larry Brown / For The Sun-Telegraph

Chance Anglin heads toward the end zone as Harvey celebrates in the background.

It's hard to know exactly how Class B's top ranked football team in the state viewed the Red Raiders before their quarterfinal playoff game on Friday. But there was no mistaking how the host Gretna Dragons felt afterwards.

In an extremely close game that wasn't decided until the final seconds, the top seeded Dragons prevailed over No. 8 Sidney 24-17 to advance to the semi-final round this Friday.

Once the game was over Gretna's senior running back and defensive back Travis Agagah rushed over to his Raiders' counterpart, Chance Anglin, and gave him a big hug and some heartfelt complimentary...



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