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September 24, 2019


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No one will beat the Hawks for the next few years. Junior or Senoir. With the pipeline from the Lions, there is to many rep players that are well coached. They have played together for years in the same system, so when they get to high school its an easy transition. I dont think it is good for football as the only championship for any other team is to just get to the game before they get pounded.

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  • Mark Bryson is a sports reporter at the Waterloo Region Record. He dreamed of playing for the Liverpool Football Club while playing high school soccer at St. Jerome's and Forest Heights. And then reality set in. Use this space to catch up and comment on the high school sports scene. Follow on Twitter - @BrysonRecord

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