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GRIZZLY DEFENSE from left to right: Dominic Chamberlain, Austin Burrows, Brian Cann (center behind Burrows) and Jeff Klahn bring down a Delhi runner. Golden Sierra defense left the Hawks scoreless Friday night.

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Football: Golden Sierra keep Delhi Hawks grounded

By From page A6 | November 18, 2013

GARDEN VALLEY — If there was any doubt whether the Golden Sierra Grizzlies and their five regular season wins warranted a playoff spot, it was quickly and quietly erased as the host Grizzlies cruised to a 51-0 win over the Delhi Hawks to open the CIF Sac-Jouquin Section Division V playoffs Friday.

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