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St. Scholastica football squad enters uncharted territory

Back in 2008, Duluth's St. Scholastica fielded its first college football team. This year, they’re the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference champions, undefeated at 10-0, and will play their first-ever Division III playoff game on Saturday. It’ll be a tough one. The Saints take on undefeated St. Thomas in St. Paul.
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Back in 2008, Duluth's St. Scholastica fielded its first college football team. This year, they’re the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference champions, undefeated at 10-0, and will play their first-ever Division III playoff game on Saturday. It’ll be a tough one. The Saints take on undefeated St. Thomas in St. Paul.

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