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Sports Overtime (11/1 -- Part 1)

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Welcome to a special postseason edition of Sports Overtime.  The playoffs are underway and our game of the week features a team trying to make history.  Cadillac looking to become the first team in the program's 118 year history to win 10 games.

Cadillac 36, Chippewa Hills 0
Rockford 19, T.C. West 0
Sault Ste. Marie 48, Ionia 18
Reed City 49, Clare 7
Glen Lake 21, Lakeview 13
Boyne City 27, Elk Rapids 6
Shelby 35, Montague 23

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