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Beavers embracing challenge

Posted: November 29, 2012 at 3:30 a.m.

Quarterback Collin Hunter (12) and top-ranked Glen Rose have won 12 consecutive games since a 31-28 season-opening loss to Class 4A Malvern.

Quarterback Collin Hunter (12) and top-ranked Glen Rose have won 12 consecutive games since a 31-28 season-opening loss to Class 4A Malvern.

Glen Rose Coach Mark Kehner has been itching to face another opponent from the 6-3 A, the most top-heavy Class 3A conference in the state this fall.

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Sports, Pages 25 on 11/29/2012

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