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The Patriots Fall to GACC

September 9, 2017

The Patriots Fall to GACC   On September 1st, the Patriots played GACC. The Patriots started swinging early in the game and kept fighting back. Both teams had an enormous amount of effort. The final score was 48 to 28 with . . . read more

Patriots Fall to Pendragons

September 2, 2017

On Friday, August 25, at 7:00 , the Clarkson-Leigh Patriots and Pender Pendragons went out onto the field Leigh, Nebraska. It was a beautiful night for football, with the temperature around 80 degrees. Last football season, the Patriots . . . read more

Football Playoff Order

There will be second order of playoff shirts due on Monday, October 24th, if you missed the first order. Thanks Go Pats!! read more

Patriots Vs. Wolfpack

October 17, 2016

The Patriots had a football game in Elgin on October 7, 2016. In the first quarter, Hector Mendoza made the first touchdown of the game. The score of the first quarter was 13-8. Tony Bruhn made two touchdowns in the second quarter, . . . read more

Patriots Handle Tough Loss at Home

October 10, 2016

The Clarkson-Leigh Patriot football team had their third home game of the season against the Neligh-Oakdale Warriors. The Patriots fell short, ending the game 12-61. Senior QB and RB, Bradley Bunner, had one of the touchdowns and junior Tony . . . read more

Patriots vs. Chiefs

September 23, 2016

On September 16, the Clarkson-Leigh Patriots football team took on the Omaha Nation Chiefs in Leigh. Clarkson-Leigh took home the win with a score of 56 to 14. In the first quarter, Clarkson-Leigh led 20 to 0. Then, in the second . . . read more

2015 Patriot Football Post Season Awards

December 16, 2015

Kobe Paprocki – 1 st Team All District, Honorable Mention All State Bradley Bunner – 1 st Team All District, Honorable Mention All State Tyrell Pokorney – 1 st Team All District, Honorable Mention All State . . . read more

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