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Thurston set for rival Springfield

SPRINGFIELD – You could say that Thurston’s 42-21 victory Friday night over Crater was a snap. 

All three Crater touchdowns came as the result of issues with Thurston’s punt team. Two balls were snapped over the punter’s head, while another line-drive punt by the Colts was caught on a dead run by Crater’s Scott Price, who returned it untouched for a 74-yard touchdown in the third quarter.

Otherwise, the Colts dominated in virtually every other aspect of the game.  

“We were down to our third . . .

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