OT gamble puts South St. Paul into state football tournament

When South St. Paul scored to get within one point of St. Thomas Academy in overtime, they took a game-deciding gamble by going for a two-point conversion. The Packers hit the jackpot and now are state tournament bound.
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When South St. Paul scored to get within one point of St. Thomas Academy in overtime, they took a game-deciding gamble by going for a two-point conversion. The Packers hit the jackpot and now are state tournament bound.

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