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The South Point Stallions are thoroughbreds – a breed apart.The No. 2 Stallions, 7-0, 1-0, staked a solid claim to their lofty status, which includes a national ranking, with a 43-7 win over Lancaster in the Region IV-AAAA opener at Memorial Stadium.The Stallions bolted to a 15-0 first-quarter lead and added two second-period scores on the way to the 36-point win.“Our players gave all they had, but South Pointe had too many weapons,” Lancaster coach Bennie McMurray said.
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