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The Dufur football seniors are joined by their mothers during a state-championship celebration Saturday in Hillsboro. In the photo are, from left to right, Amanda and Anthony Thomas, Esther Ferguson and Rosa Lillianna Ascencio, Cole and Cynthia Kortge, Derek and Bea Frakes, Tabor and Tiffany McLaughlin, Crystal and Tanner Masterson, Tammy and Andrew Richman, Victoria and Abraham Kilby, Russell and Kathi Peters, and Marcus and Stacie Brown. The senior class won their fourth title and 33rd consecutive game overall by a 38-32 margin over previously undefeated St. Paul.

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The Dufur football seniors are joined by their mothers during a state-championship celebration Saturday in Hillsboro. In the photo are, from left to right, Amanda and Anthony Thomas, Esther Ferguson and Rosa Lillianna Ascencio, Cole and Cynthia Kortge, Derek and Bea Frakes, Tabor and Tiffany McLaughlin, Crystal and Tanner Masterson, Tammy and Andrew Richman, Victoria and Abraham Kilby, Russell and Kathi Peters, and Marcus and Stacie Brown. The senior class won their fourth title and 33rd consecutive game overall by a 38-32 margin over previously undefeated St. Paul.



HILLSBORO – There were nine Dufur Ranger seniors playing their final game at Hillsboro Stadium Saturday...

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