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Southie gets a grip and a last-minute win over B-P

By David Carty
Globe Correspondent / September 27, 2008

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Blame it on the . . . football? When South Boston lost two first-half fumbles, coach Sean Guthrie opted to switch to newer footballs to start the second half. It was a point of debate before the game with his quarterback, but the switch worked, as the Knights climbed back to oust Bristol-Plymouth, 20-14, on a last-minute touchdown. (Full article: 556 words)

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