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M-A rolls over Aragon, into CCS football finals

Original post made on Nov 27, 2007

The Menlo-Atherton football team is at the doorstep of perhaps its second Central Coast Section championship since 2002. All the Bears need to do now is walk right in.
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    Read the full story here Web Link posted Monday, November 26, 2007, 4:58 PM
  • Comments (3)

    Posted by CrocNut
    a resident of Menlo Park: Sharon Heights
    on Nov 27, 2007 at 12:24 pm

    Craig Wentz writes that "All the Bears need to do now is walk right in" Wow, talk about disrespecting Paly! While I think M-A is the better team and will eventually win, Paly will put up a good fight. M-A will definitely not be able to just "walk right in" to the championship.

    Posted by WarriorSon
    a resident of Menlo Park: Belle Haven
    on Dec 1, 2007 at 10:35 am

    Hey CrocNut! Do you by any chance know what tonights lottery numbers will be? Craig Wentz and the rest of us are listening! Great game last night!

    Posted by Poster
    a resident of another community
    on Dec 1, 2007 at 11:59 am

    Palo Alto tops M-A, 14-7 for CCS football title: Web Link

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