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Football: Tartans are building momentum

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Scotia-Glenville gave Broadalbin-Perth a four-quarter battle in its season debut. The following week, the Tartans gave Schalmont fits for a half before a special-team miscue and a turnover swung momentum the Sabres’ way. “After the Broadalbin-Perth game and the Schalmont game, they felt they beat themselves,” Scotia-Glenville coach Kevin Warren said. “They felt they were still a good team.” The Tartans have shown that to be true over the last three weeks, knocking off Johnstown, ...

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