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Larabee Fits In Farmington Defense

Posted: November 8, 2012 at 5 a.m.

John Larabee, a Farmington junior free safety, is the team’s leading tackler this season and also has three interceptions. Larabee tried out for the quarterback job in the preseason but is pleased with his decision to focus on defense.
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John Larabee, a Farmington junior free safety, is the team’s leading tackler this season and also has three interceptions. Larabee tried out for the quarterback job in the preseason but is pleased with his decision to focus on defense.

Funny how things sometimes work out for the better.

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Sports, Pages 8 on 11/08/2012

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