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  • VIDEO: Graham-Kapowsin beats Bethel, 27-6

    The Graham-Kapowsin High School football team turned the ball over six times Friday at Arte Crate Field, but still knocked off rival Bethel, 27-6, to clinch the SPSL South title.

The Graham-Kapowsin High School football team turned the ball over six times Friday at Arte Crate Field, but still knocked off rival Bethel, 27-6, to clinch the SPSL South title. Peter Haley Staff photographer
The Graham-Kapowsin High School football team turned the ball over six times Friday at Arte Crate Field, but still knocked off rival Bethel, 27-6, to clinch the SPSL South title. Peter Haley Staff photographer

Graham-Kapowsin overcomes turnovers, defeats Bethel, 27-6, to claim 4A SPSL South

October 30, 2015 10:55 PM